Entertainment

It’s time to show and tell

The News asked readers to send us their pictures of them enjoying the Shepparton Show last weekend.. We received some great images and are publishing a selection today.. If you’d like to contribute any pictures you would like to show off, send

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Shepparton News
Oct 19 2017
Entertainment

Crowing, but not to scare

Dookie has once again gone scarecrow crazy.. More than 20 stuffed, scruffy or dressed-up characters can be seen guarding the front yards or fencelines of the town’s properties this week as part of Dookie Lifestyle’s second Scarecrow

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John Lewis
Oct 18 2017
Entertainment

Region to shine at festival

Eye-catching scarecrows and colourful hay bales welcome those venturing to Numurkah.. With the annual Numurkah Foodbowl Festival only days away, the committee is keen to show all the town has to offer.. Committee member Heather Stammers said it

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 17 2017
Entertainment

Plenty of horse power at agricultural show

More than 100 riders descended on Tatura at the weekend, as part of the Shepparton Show’s agricultural horse show.. The Hunter Rural Shepparton Agricultural Horse Show, held at Tatura Park, is the only local show of its kind where local riders

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Oct 16 2017
Entertainment

Rushworth wartime film...

The final touches are being put on a short film about a fiery event in wartime Rushworth.. A special community screening of Fire in the Belly will be held next month, with seats full.. The film is a fictionalised account of tensions surrounding

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Barclay White
Oct 13 2017
News

Briggs up for Screen...

Shepparton rapper Briggs,joins Daniel Johns, Missy Higgins and Sarah Blasko as nominees for their work in television and film at the Screen Music Awards.. The artists who are at home in front of the screen are being recognised now for their

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Shepparton News
Oct 13 2017
Entertainment

Students pass the big...

Initial Stages Theatre Company members are doling out the charm with their latest production of Les Misérables.. Set to the backdrop of the French Revolution, the production is completely sung and features 40 of the Goulburn Valley’s

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 12 2017
Entertainment

Choir, opera to share stage

The rising stars of the Opera in the Alps — the Opera Scholars Australia — returns to Euroa this month after a well-received concert last year.. Singing divine arias, rousing choruses and some of the best loved music from the world of

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Tara Whitsed
Oct 09 2017
Entertainment

Picnic fun

More than 100 people enjoyed a community picnic event held at SPC Kidstown on Saturday.. The People’s Picnic was organised by 2017 Greater Shepparton City Council leadership program participants.. ‘‘We were very happy with the

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Hayden Thomson
Oct 09 2017
Entertainment

Crowds flock to the show

Nathalia Agricultural Society’s 123rd annual show was a huge success with more than 1000 people attending.. ‘‘It was a really really good day, the weather was on our side ... last year we’d just had the floods ... but this

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Hayden Thomson
Oct 09 2017
Entertainment

Henry Lawson Tales

Drama and tragedy are all part of the tale of well-known Aussie poet Henry Lawson whose wide collection of works continues to delight almost 100 years after his death.. To celebrate Mr Lawson’s accomplishments and 150 years since his birth

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 09 2017
Entertainment

Practice makes perfect...

Musically minded students gathered to rehearse for John Noble’s Quartet Program yesterday.. Beautiful music filled Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre as the students concentrated on perfecting their performance.. John Noble’s Quartet

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 07 2017
Lifestyle

‘Tis singing season...

Sing Australia Shepparton’s rehearsals start again this week after a short break with members looking forward to a busy festive season.. Conductress Clifton Boschetti said it was a great time to start singing with the group as they rehearsed

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Tara Whitsed
Oct 06 2017
Entertainment

Music shares life stories

Classical guitarist Matthew Fagan never tires of performing in Shepparton.. His performance for Concerts in the Chapel will be the sixth time he has performed in Shepparton and he was looking forward to it.. ‘‘Shepparton has a big place

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 06 2017
Entertainment

10 plays in 10 ways

A unique program of performances will highlight mental health and reduce stigmas this evening when the Shepparton Theatre Arts Group takes to the stage.. Organised for the 10th consecutive year, the performance will include 10 plays, directed by 10

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Tara Whitsed
Oct 06 2017
Entertainment

Benalla ready for big show

Australian rock music singer-songwriter, radio presenter and television personality Ella Hooper will perform at this year’s Benalla Festival.. ‘‘We have more than 40 events as part of the 2017 festival,’’ Benall

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Shepparton News
Oct 05 2017
News

Former Idol DeAraugo...

Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo has declared she is sorry after appearing in a Victorian court for allegedly possessing the drug ice and carrying a knife and tomahawk.. ‘‘Of course I am sorry,’’ DeAraugo, 31, said

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Shepparton News
Oct 05 2017
Entertainment

In a league of her own

Just 12 months ago Natarsha Bamblett had never run onto a football field competing as part of a women’s Australian Rules football team.. But after just one season, the former Shepparton woman stepped on stage during the grand final special of

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Tara Whitsed
Oct 05 2017
Entertainment

Star cast

A host of world-class dancers will take to Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre stage for the Rhythms of Ireland 10 Year Anniversary Australia Tour this month.. One of the show’s principal lead dancers Tom Brosnan cannot wait to be on stage with

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Declan Martin
Oct 04 2017
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