There's plenty coming up at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre during September.
Tues, Sept 3 and Wed, Sept 4 at 10am and 1pm: Picasso and His Dog. Lump, the dog, was an inspiration for Picasso, appearing in 54 of the artist's works. Lump lived with Picasso for 16 years. In a perfect ending, perhaps not content with life on earth without each other, both died in the same year.
Fri, Sept 6, 5-7pm: Free Encore Happy Hour - Daisy Pring. Up and coming Shoalhaven teenager Daisy Pring, the winner of the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre's Shoalhaven Unearthed competition in 2017, is an exceptionally talented singer.
Sat, Sept 7, 2pm: TenOrz Downunder. These proud Australian Tenors bring to life some most loved classics such as Clancy of the Overflow, Click go the Shears, and I Still Call Australia Home.
Thurs, Sept 12, 11am and 6.30pm: The Amazing Race. Students from Illaroo Road Public School are travelling around the world in search of their beloved Principal, Mrs Piggott. The adventurous Principal will be leaving clues wherever she goes.
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Wed, Sept 18, 11am: Evening Stars. West End musical star, Peter Cousens, and legendary flutist Jane Rutter take you on a romantic journey, with best-loved songs from Peter's starring roles and featuring romantic pieces from Jane's 23 solo albums.
Fri, Sept 20, 5-7pm: Free Encore Happy Hour - Cameron Little. Blues/pop rock singer and guitarist Cameron Little has been performing since he was 11, and has gone on to support Mental As Anything, Katy Perry, John Fogerty, and Powderfinger.
Fri, Sept 20, 8pm: Daniel Thompson's Johnny Cash Live. In 1969, Johnny Cash recorded the second of his legendary prison albums at California's notorious maximum-security prison, San Quentin. Fifty years on, Daniel Thompson's Johnny Cash Live hits the road celebrating this legendary album.
Sun, Sept 22, 2pm: Glenn Miller Orchestra. Returning to Nowra is the greatest big band of the 1940s for a concert spectacular featuring the unforgettable music from the golden era of swing.
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