Top 5 in entertainment this week
The Island of Dr Moron
ROCK'N'ROLL, voodoo, South Sea islands and Jungle Fever all meet in The Island of Dr Moron.
The Australian musical comes to Lismore as a film, after successful screenings around the country.
The story follows the adventures of Edwyna and Douggie, who are shipwrecked on a mysterious South Sea island.
The film is a genuine version of the live show, which premiered in Sydney in 2014.
The musical film is a fundraiser for the Knitting Nannas Against Gas (KNAG).
At the Star Court Theatre, 126 Molesworth St, in Lismore tomorrow, doors open from 6pm.
EVERYBODY loves bubbles!
Dr Hubble (Shep Huntly) will take you on a magical journey behind the bubble, as he shows you bubbles in all shapes and sizes, including the famous "exploda-bubble". During the performance, one lucky child will even be put inside a bubble.
At the Brunswick Picture House, Brunswick Heads, this Saturday and Sunday at 1pm, 35 minute show, $10.
CHILD in the Desert is the Bondi Cigar's latest album, and their seventh full-length release.
Released in 2015 and recorded in the now-closed Studio 301 in Byron Bay, the album continues the long and prosperous career this band has enjoyed since their first album in 1990.
At the Lismore Workers Club, 231 Keen St, Lismore, on July 23.
MELBOURNE outfit Sweet Jean have recently released their new album Monday to Friday via ABC Music.
A collection of 10 tracks, the album was recorded with their friend, band mate and producer John Castle (Washington, The Bamboos) at The Shed Studios.
At the Mullum Ex-Services Club, Mullumbimby, this Saturday at 8pm.
COUNTRY music star Adam Harvey is bringing his latest release Harvey's Bar... The Backyard Sessions to Ballina.
Multiple Aria Award nominee and eight-time Golden Guitar winner, Adam Harvey is one of Australia's most popular and enduring country stars.
At the Ballina RSL Club, 240 River St, Ballina, on Sunday, July 17, from 8pm. $30.