Top 5 in entertainment this week
Songs in Key of Motown
DIRECT from the US comes Songs in Key of Motown, a spectacular live concert production that takes you on a journey through Motown, featuring Spectrum and Radiance, two first-class vocal quartets.
Radiance is a vocal quartet formed specifically to pay tribute to the disco and Motown era paying tribute to the music of The Supremes, Martha & The Vandellas, The Marvelettes and other female artists.
Spectrum boasts four incredible singers who create angelic harmonies and deft choreographies.
At the Ballina RSL Club tonight from 8.30pm. $50.
REILLY Fitzalan released his debut single Your Stars online in 2013 It soon went viral and has over 100 thousand hits.
2016 has already seen Reilly Fitzalan release his debut EP Dead Arrows and lead single We Don't Need Ya.
The musician re-released Your Stars the way it was always intended: with his band accompanying him on a national tour of Australia.
Playing at a secret location in Lismore tomorrow.
For details visit http://psmusicgroup.oztix.com.au.
EMERGING indigenous singer songwriter Corey Theatre hails from Daylesford in Victoria (Jaara country).
His debut single Ngathuk Ngalina is sung in the Gunditj-Mara language and features Archie Roach.
At the Phoenix Rising Cafe in Nimbin this Saturday from 6.30pm. $10.
LOOKING to surpass October's donation record of $3500 for Liberation Larder, Nudge Nudge Wink Wink will be headlined by international DJ/producer Katalyst, aka Ashley Anderson. Joining him are local DJs Captain Kaine, Mr Nice and Lord Sut.
The event will raise money for The S.H.I.F.T. Project Byron, a residential transition program for women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
At the Billinudgel Hotel this Sunday from 2pm. Free entry.
Harry and Snowman
THIS is a captivating documentary about the devoted friendship forged between an unfashionably bred Amish farm horse and the man who saved his life. Both were unique in their own ways.
At Mullumbimby Civic Hall this Saturday at 7.30pm. $15/$13.