Top 5 in entertainment this week
GOLDEN Guitar 2017 finalists The Hillbilly Goats are coming to Casino.
Goat Boy (Bryce Wearne) and Goat Girl (Mahney Wearne) are the Hillbilly Goats, a band with a passion for 200-year-old Appalachian Mountains music.
The band is a nominee for a Golden Guitar in the Bluegrass Recording of the Year 2017 Awards, for their latest single Cumberland Gap, from their album Still in the Mountains.
The Hillbilly Goats fell in love with Appalachian music and researched it online and via specialised publications.
At Casino RSM tomorrow from 8pm and at Wadeville Woolies, Wadeville, on Saturdayfrom 1pm.
ROGUE One - A Star Wars Story is here and the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter is holding a special fundraising screening. In this film, the Rebellion makes a risky move to steal the plans for the Death Star, setting up the epic saga to follow.
Dedicated Star Wars fans, the 501st Southern Cross Garrison, will be making an appearance at the screening.
At Event Cinemas Lismore this Sunday from 2.30pm. Call 6627 4444.
COMEDIANS Paul McMahon, Greg Sullivan (pictured), Tom Ketelars, Alex Manning, Dom Reynteins and Marcus O'Mullane will be sharing the stage with Mandy Nolan at this week's Byron Artisan Markets.
Comedy will start at 6.30pm.
At Railway Park, Byron Bay, this Saturday, from 4pm to 9pm.
SPEND a night with a multifarious clique of circus superstars, tricksters, daredevils and cabaret queens.
One of those entertainers will be Clarke Mcfarlane, also known as Mario Queen of the Circus (pictured), who offers a mixture of circus tricks, irresistible sex appeal, and Queen hits..
At Brunswick Picture House, 30 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads, tomorrow and Saturday at 7pm. Visit brunswickpicturehouse.com.au.
My Fair Lady
WINNER of eight Academy Awards in 1965, including Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Director, My Fair Lady is one of the greatest movie musicals of all-time.
It was recently restored for the 50th anniversary of the original Australia/New Zealand theatrical release.
Screening at the Star Court Theatre in Lismore this Saturday from 1.30pm. $15.