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Music journey starts early

At just 12 years old, Kristina Bogic has released her first single. The young Point Cook resident said that she started singing at the age...

Golden roles for actors

When Charlie Bucket unwraps his chocolate bar and reveals a golden ticket, it's the start of a magical journey that feels to good to...

Beers, babes at the Bowery

For one night only, St Albans' Bowery Theatre will play host to Beers and Babes. Based on a true story, the popular production follows three...

Silos to light up

Sunshine's iconic silos will be illuminated with more than 1,000 artworks created by local students and teachers this Saturday. The submissions were managed and curated...

A platform for the west

Three performing arts teachers have banded together to create a musical theatre company for the west. Platform Studio Productions has formed after the trio of...

Watch youth show

More than 40 young people from across the west will come together to perform a show in Footscray, St Albans and Werribee. The concerts will...

Kung Fu Pigs wins big

Pupils from St Albans’ Sacred Heart Primary School stole the show at one of the country’s biggest performing arts events for schools. More than 280...

Film festival’s scary twist

Ghosts, goblins, laughs and Sunshine will light up the silver screen during the eighth annual Sunshine Short Film Festival. This year the festival will immediately...

Being bold for Bowery

It’s time for St Albans to be bold. Brimbank icon Leigh Bowery is remembered, in part, for his bold, creative and artistic zest for life...

Fangirls find new direction

The teenage fanaticism of two Melton girls with boy band One Direction is set to hit the stage next month. Emma Lastrina and Laura Davis...

Show’s message of love

A funeral may be the last place you’d expect a love story to be set, but How I Met My Dead Husband isn’t your...

Awfully big adventure

A familiar tale is flying into town, with the latest production from Creekside College set to light up the stage. The Caroline Springs school’s production...

Keilor kid rocks Korea

An 11-year-old Keilor East boy is rocking out on an international stage. Brendan Rutledge is currently playing a lead role in the South Korean season...

Music to their ears

Get ready to hear the people sing. Catholic Regional College Sydenham is gearing up to perform its first musical production and they haven’t started small. The...

Show us the Monkey Man

A group of young people from across the west are monkeying around in a new television and web series. Students from the ATA Acting Studio,...

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Half of western workers commute elsewhere

Half of workers in the western suburbs are commuting outside of the region for work while local employers struggle to find skilled staff, according...