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Inspiring boxing film for final Film Club screening for 2011 (13-Dec-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company Film Club concludes its 2011 season on Sunday at 4pm with one of the highlights of the first six months – “Cinderella Man”, the true story of former world middleweight champion James J. Braddock.
Ceramic Break celebrate final opening fo 2011 (3-Dec-11) [Read
"Classmates” and “Conversations” were the two themes which featured at the final opening for 2011 at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park on Sunday. Like all of Kerry Cannon’s exhibition openings, it was a day of fun and entertainment with some strong art-works from the Warialda High School HSC students and oil paintings by Cairns based artist Justin Bishop.
An afternoon of films for the young at heart (24-Nov-11) [Read
Sunday afternoon’s Film Club program has a theme that everyone can relate to and that just about everybody has experienced at one time or another – babies and early childhood.
What the public says about the NW Theatre Company's productions (9-Nov-11) [Read
"Both plays were great, but the local murder play was outstanding. It is a fantastic story that should tour."........John Watson, Cultural Officer, Moreton Bay Council
North West Theatre Company Plays have been cast. (25-Oct-11) [Read
After the auditions held on Saturday October 22, Director Terry Brady has cast Nedine Young as Melissa and Rick Hutton as Andrew in the upcoming NWTC Production of “Love Letters” by A.R. Gurney.
‘Shapes and Shadows’ added to Gwydir Shire’s collection (21-Oct-11) [Read
A painting by Don Hutchison is the Gwydir Shire Council’s most recent acquisition following the 14th Annual Gwydir Art Show, which opened at the Civic Centre recently.
Auditions for “Love Letters” this Saturday (17-Oct-11) [Read
Auditions will be held this coming Saturday, October 22nd for the North West Theatre Company’s production of the one act play “Love Letters” by American playwright A R Gurney.
Gwydir Art Show countdown (11-Oct-11) [Read
Many paintings have arrived in Bingara in readiness for the opening of the Gwydir Art Show.Organisers are impressed with the high quality of the art works by very professional artists.
Passion for Flame Jewellery on show at Gwydir Art Show (11-Oct-11) [Read
Passion for Flame Jewellery was established by Lisa Crispin in 2005 after demands for her to display her work to international customers.
Are you a closet thespian? (4-Oct-11) [Read
Now if you are wondering exactly what a closet thespian is, then the simplest explanation is someone who would love to try acting on a stage in front of an audience but has never had the nerve or the opportunity to give it a go. If this is you, then to the rescue comes the North West Theatre Company.
Brumbies by the Creek (26-Sep-11) [Read
On Sunday, October 16 from 12 noon there will be a fundraiser for Community Comfort and Westpac Rescue Helicopter. The event is sponsored by Essential Energy and has previously been known as Blues by the Riverbank. However, this year the entertainment will be by Brumbies Run from Newcastle.
Original Bingara story to feature in NWTC one act play season. (19-Sep-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company is planning for a unique theatre production in November. To be staged at the Roxy Theatre in Bingara will be a season of two one act plays.
North West Film Festival (9-Sep-11) [Read
The North West Film Festival is preparing for another outstanding year and is pleased to announce a spectacular line up of special guests. The Festival will be held at The Roxy on Friday and Saturday September 9 and 10.
The Beetles and Classic Creedence in one fantastic double header show (9-Sep-11) [Read
The one and only true Australian tribute to the classic hits of The Beatles and John Fogerty’s Creedence Clearwater Revival, performed by seasoned professionals from Brisbane playing all your favourite hits with true showmanship and a great production is coming to the Bingara RSL this weekend.
2011 ArtStart Regional Showcase coming to town (5-Sep-11) [Read
The talented and multi-skilled participants of ArtStart projects during 2011 in the NENW region will be on show at the ArtStart Regional Showcase and Arts North West would like to invite you to see and experience the results of all their hard work.
Full house at the Roxy to hear Lexi sing (27-Aug-11) [Read
A capacity crowd attended the Roxy Theatre last Sunday to hear “an afternoon of beautiful songs”, performed by Bingara’s Lexi Hutton and Narrabri’s Harmony Inc Choral Group, both accompanied by pianist, Li Ling Chen from Manilla.
Film Club launched with great success (7-Aug-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company successfully launched their six month 2011 season recently, with 23 members enjoying a screening of “the worlds greatest –ever movie” Citizen Kane”, the best-ever cartoon, “Rabbit of Seville” and a short documentary on iconic beach Bondi. Members then enjoyed supper, and a movie quiz on Citizen Kane, in the Roxy Café.
Film Club to launch this Sunday (20-Jul-11) [Read
The eagerly awaited six month season of movie experiences begins at 4pm on Sunday with a screening of ‘Citizen Kane,’ considered not only an American classic , but arguably the greatest movie ever made.
The BLUES is BACK (15-Jul-11) [Read
Blues by the Riverbank is coming back after a few years absence and is scheduled for Sunday, October 16. The event will be a fundraiser for Community Comfort.
Success in Vienna (15-Jul-11) [Read
Bingara Soprano, Lexi Hutton, finished in second place in the Operetta section at the 30th International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition in Vienna, Austria. Over a thousand people from five continents auditioned for this competition.
An afternoon of BEAUTIFUL SONGS for Narrabri and Bingara. (13-Jul-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company Inc. is proud to announce a wonderful musical event at Narrabri’s Crossing Theatre and Bingara’s Roxy Theatre in August. The two mid afternoon concerts will be in Narrabri on Saturday August 20 and in Bingara on Sunday August 21 each at 2:30pm.
Film Club to put new gloss onto the Roxy silver screen. (28-Jun-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company Film Club launched this week with the announcement of the first six month program. Sunday July 24 will be the first session screening followed by a monthly movie program on the last Sunday of each month. Most screening will commence in the late afternoon.
Indigenous Art Exhibition at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park (10-Jun-11) [Read
Ceramic Break Sculpture Park is chuffed to be hosting an exhibition by the Euraba Artists and Paper-makers from Boggabilla opening on Sunday, June 12th, 12-5pm.
NWTC forms a film club (31-May-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company has announced the formation of a Film Club , and is inviting all movie lovers to join. It is a successor to a successful film society that operated some years ago, and has the expressed objective of providing a movie experience exceeding what one might normally expect from a trip to the movies.
Geoff’s portrait a real winner (17-May-11) [Read
A highlight of last week’s Currabubula show was the unveiling of a very life like portrait of Bingara man, Geoff Leech. Just over a month ago, Geoff was announced the winner of the inaugural ABC Red Cross Currabubula Art Show Portrait Prize.
Opera in the Paddock turns 10 in great style (29-Mar-11) [Read
Rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the performers nor the audience at the 10th Opera in the Paddock held at the property, Mimosa, Delungra on Saturday March 19.
Young opera singer is reaching for the stars. (7-Mar-11) [Read
Bingara soprano Alexandra (Lexi) Hutton has had some wonderful successes in the UK. Lexi is completing the second year of her Masters Degree in Vocal Performance at London’s Royal College of Music and is making a mark in the very competitive world of opera.
The Neily Diamond Show set for a ‘Hot August (not) March Night’ (3-Mar-11) [Read
Neil Diamond is among the world’s best-selling artists and has proven to be one of the most enduring and popular entertainers of our time.
The North West Theatre Company makes plans for 2011. (17-Jan-11) [Read
The North West Theatre Company has begun its plans for the 2011 season. After a quiet year due in part to the unavailability of the Roxy Theatre for much of 2010, the company plans to hit the boards running in 2011.
Roxy Cafe official opening & 75th Anniversary Celebrations (6-Jan-11) [Read
The official opening ceremony to launch the fully restored Greek cafe and the new 'Museum of Greek settlement in Country Australia (New South Wales and Queensland)' will take place on the weekend of the 9th and 10th April 2011.