REALITY TV stars Vicky Pattison and Scott Timlin from British reality series Geordie Shore will be visiting Penrith's Peachtree Hotel on Saturday night.
"We are the only club in the western suburbs that the pair will be visiting so we are expecting full capacity," manager Jess Fry said.
"Fans will have many photo and meet-and-greet opportunities with a chance to experience some new music from Vicky herself who is the DJ."
The pair are on a tour around Australia promoting the fifth season of the MTV show that began on February 26.
New York bound
Penrith's Nicholas Gentile has just won the Bound For Broadway Scholarship.
Gentile, 22, will work alongside some of Broadway's most talented producers, directors and vocal coaches in New York and Washington in March.
He has already received a number of awards and scholarships. Gentile, who graduated from TDP (the Talent Development Project) said this one was the most rewarding.
"This is unlike anything I have ever achieved before," he said.
"I like to write my own musicals, such as La Creole which won at the OzMade Musicals in 2010 and New Musicals Australia in 2011." Gentile has already worked with conductors Denise Ham and Colin Pettit in the Britain.
"One of my most memorable performances was a lead role in the musical, Les Misérables, at the Riverside Theatres in Parramatta," he said.
Smart is easy
Melissa Browne, the chief executive of Accounting and Taxation Advantage, Glenbrook, has firmly rejected cardigans and grey suits to embrace four-inch heels, floral jackets and whatever else takes her fancy.
Ms Browne has developed a web-based seminar series and written More Money for Shoes, a full-colour, illustrated business book for women.
It uses fashion analogies to help them run their business.
This book shows how to organise, throw out, build and create a business that works.
During these two years Melissa launched a second business, set up a second office in North Sydney, created a work flow system she sells to other accountancy firms, stopped charging by the hour, implemented strong values and purpose and fell in love with owning a business again. Her first book aims to motivate, educate and to inspire people into believing that running a successful business really isn't that hard.
Melissa has developed a 12-week web seminar series, designed for those who may learn better when someone is sitting having coffee with them rather than through reading.