It’s a great month at the Tenterfield School of Arts. Diary of a Wimpy Kid has Greg Heffley trying to escape from a family holiday to a gaming convention. In Everything, Everything, a deep and risky bond forms between a housebound girl and her neighbour.
Meanwhile, British Explorer Percy Fawcett faces ridicule as he returns to the Amazon to prove there was once an advanced civilization in The Lost City of Z. In Madame, a high society American couple’s plan to put spice back into their life goes horribly wrong.
Then two schoolboys hypnotise their teacher into thinking he is a super hero named Captain Underpants. In Gifted, a man’s plans for his daughter’s education are foiled by her abilities.
The Music Supper Club returns on the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Featuring a wide range of music from classics to rock, it is a great night of big screen visuals and cinema surround sound. Enjoy an optional meal and bar. Program online.
The solo theatre performance, Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany is a moving true story of a young American girl caught in World War ll Berlin.
The Parkes Oration will be held on October 28. Entry is free but bookings required.