Top 5 in local entertainment
STICKY Fingers is a reggae fusion/indie rock band from Sydney.
The band has released two top 40 albums: Caress Your Soul, their debut album released in 2013, which reached number 39 in the Australian Albums Chart, and Land of Pleasure (2014), which peaked at number 3 on the Australian Albums Chart.
The band has stated their psychedelic pop/reggae music has been influenced by bands such as The Clash, Pink Floyd and the Arctic Monkeys.
At the Northern Hotel on Wednesday, April 20, from 8pm. $35.30.
THOMAS Murray and the Upside Down River is Reg Cribb's latest theatre play. Set in the Darling River area, it tells the story of Thomas Murray and how he must make the long journey downstream to reconcile past wrongs and to fight for his wife.
At Lismore City Hall, tomorrow at 7.30pm, Saturday at 2pm and 7.30pm. $48.
MORE than 27 years after forming in Lismore, Bloody Mary is back for one show only, featuring the original line-up of Ben Rosen, Seamus Coye and Mick Sellers. Also in the line-up are Lismore bands Blown 426 and Son of Jaguar.
At the New Tatts Hotel, 108 Keen St, Lismore, this Saturday from 7pm. $20.
CONTEMPORARY circus artists Head First Acrobats are bringing back their award-winning sexy show Elixir to Byron Bay.
Acrobats fly 5m into the air on a teeterboard, perform one-arm handstands on wobbling canes and balance on their heads on a swinging trapeze. The story follows three scientists who attempt to create the elixir of life. At the Byron Theatre tomorrow from 8.30pm. $25.
GET ready to swing and rock 'n' roll.
Sebastiaan's show features songs by Bobby Darin and Dean Martin, mixed up with rock 'n' roll classics.
Sebastiaan is a very versatile performer, having a playful and engaging style reminiscent of the great entertainers of yesteryear.
At Club Lennox this Sunday from 4pm.