Entertainment

This week's gig guide

Grafton Theatre Company’s latest production Four Seasons is a program of four one-act plays and the show gets under way at the Pelican Playhouse, South Grafton on Friday, October 19. Pictured here are Phil Hazell, Tim Sherger and Chris Hazell. Tickets available at The Book Warehouse.
Grafton Theatre Company’s latest production Four Seasons is a program of four one-act plays and the show gets under way at the Pelican Playhouse, South Grafton on Friday, October 19. Pictured here are Phil Hazell, Tim Sherger and Chris Hazell. Tickets available at The Book Warehouse.

Tonight

  •  Mick Daley, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 8.30pm
  •  CANCELLED - Politically Incorrect at Yamba Bowling Club

Tomorrow

  •  Sydney Hot Shots, Jacaranda Hotel, Grafton, 8.30pm. Tickets $25
  •  4Way Street, Harwood Hotel, night show
  •  Fat Albert, Yamba Shores Tavern, 8.30pm
  •  Chris Staff at Five Mile Hotel, South Grafton, 7.30pm
  •  Postmortemists, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 9pm
  •  Wormz and Earlybyrds, Great Northern Hotel, South Grafton, 7.30pm

Saturday

  •  DJ Kay, Yamba Shores Tavern, 9pm
  •  Tim Stokes, Yamba YHA Backpackers, 7.30pm
  •  Blind Lemon, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 9.30pm

Sunday

  •  Blind Lemon, Roches Hotel, Sunday, October 14
  •  DJ Salad Fingers, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 2.30pm

Coming soon

  •  Ultimate Bee Gees, Friday, October 19, Grafton District Services Club
  •  Four Seasons, Grafton Theatre Company, season starts Friday, October 19, adult tickets $15.
  •  Opera with the Cows, Cowper Public School, Saturday, October 20, 7.30pm
  •  Surfing the Coldstream Festival, Yamba, Saturday, October 20
  •  Psychedelic Goldfish and others, fundraiser for Vanessa Brown, $25 including food, Yamba Surf Club, Saturday, October 20
  •  Power House, Harwood Hotel, Friday, October 19
  •  Menopause The Musical - Saraton Theatre, Grafton, Thursday, October 25 ($45). Yamba Bowling Club, Saturday, October 27 ($40).
  •  Shannon Noll, Yamba Bowling Club ($36 pre sold), Friday, November 2, 8pm
  •  Sneaky Sound System, Grafton District Services Club, Saturday, November 24.
  •  Fair Dinkum Country Music Roundup, Grafton Showground, November 5-11, entry fee unknown.

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