GET ON BOARD: Flight Facilities will be in Byron Bay this weekend.
GET ON BOARD: Flight Facilities will be in Byron Bay this weekend.

Top 5 in local entertainment this week

Decade DJ with Hugo & Jimmy

FLIGHT Facilities is an Australian electronic producer duo that also performs as Hugo & Jimmy.

In 2009, they started mixing songs by other artists before crafting their own original material.

The duo consists of Hugo Guzman and James Lyell.

Their debut album, Down to Earth, was released in October 2014 and features prominent names in the industry including Kylie Minogue, Emma Louise, Reggie Watts, Bishop Nehru, Owl Eyes and Stee Downes.

This time around the artists will performing one of their iconic Decade DJ sets with visuals and killer production.

At the Beach Hotel on Easter Sunday from 8pm.

 

Miss Amber and Stukulele.
Miss Amber and Stukulele. Contributed

Intimate Uke Night

UKE Night this month will be presented in intimate mode: No stage or big sound system - just Miss Amber and Stukulele with Rod Coe on bass and Warren Earl on guitar and lap steel.

You can request your favourite songs from the uke Mullum catalogue of nearly 2000 tunes and you can even lead them on the mic as well, with or without uke. This will be a casual, no-pressure, fun and social evening to raise your oxytocin levels together with friends in song.

From 6.30pm at Club Mullum in the ex-services club, on Thursday, March 31. $10.

YEEHA!: Comedian Jimeoin is coming to Ballina later this month.
YEEHA!: Comedian Jimeoin is coming to Ballina later this month. James Penlidis

Yeeha! It's Jimeoin

COMEDY legend Jimeoin will leave audiences in stitches once again when he returns to the Ballina RSL Club with his new show Yeeha!

The Irish comedian is renowned for his distinctive and hilarious brand of humour, drawing on the absurdities of everyday life.

"It's kind of more 'nonsensey' stuff in my life than anything in the news," he said of the show.

At the Ballina RSL Club tomorrow from 8pm.

 

Mark Swivel at Burringbar Hall.  Photo: Blainey Woodham / Tweed Daily News
Mark Swivel at Burringbar Hall. Photo: Blainey Woodham / Tweed Daily News Blainey Woodham

Show also fundraising

A SHOW about a man who falls in love ... with a bank.

Written and performed by Mark Swivel (pictured at right), How Deep is Your Love is a show about poverty, banking and the Bee Gees.

How Deep is Your Love will be performed at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club, 58 Dalley St, today at 7.30pm.

Half of the proceeds will go to the Mullumbimby Neighbourhood Centre Emergency Food Cards.

 

The Dirty Channels are a local rock, roots, jam and Blues band.
The Dirty Channels are a local rock, roots, jam and Blues band. Contributed

Rock, Roots and more

THIS band's line-up is Adam Brown on guitar and vocals, Luke "Fergo" Ferguson on bass, Dave Tweedie on vocals and Jacob Mann on drums.

Adam Brown and The Dirty Channel offer a selection of rock, roots, jam and blues. At the Evans Heads Bowling Club this Sunday from 3pm.



36 hours of rain, storms as low forms off the coast

36 hours of rain, storms as low forms off the coast

We can expect a lot more rain on the Northern Rivers

Decision to be made on $6.5 million airport expansion

Decision to be made on $6.5 million airport expansion

The council will this week award a tender for the terminal upgrade

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REVEALED: 22% of home buyers blow their budgets

Some people spent $150,000 more than they planned

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