All's Well that Ends Well, directed by Acting Factory member David Attrill, is a tale of unrequited love, treacherous deception and the social balance.
Come along, bring a picnic and enjoy one of Shakespeare's rarely performed plays.
Performances are every Saturday and Sunday until March 17. Starting time: 7.30pm. Approximate finishing time: 10pm.
Keep an eye on the Acting Factory Facebook page for cancellations.
No bookings required.
A $20 donation is encouraged.
Vacancies for voices
The new Great Western Male Choir is looking for members.
If you think you can't sing, have a chat to the choir leader and maybe learn that you'll find it as easy as speaking.
And if you can't read music, don't worry about that either. The others will help you.
The group, whose repertoire covers a wide range of music, meet in the choir's club rooms in Dunheved, and every two years they join with other male choirs, swelling to a national choir of 400 voices.
Details: John Battishall, 9673 2106, 0400 397 321, or James Giddens 4782 5782, 0427 472 166.
March 1: Clive Hay, Red Cow Hotel , Penrith, 8-11pm
March 2: Back To The 80s, Penrith RSL Club, 9pm-1am
Cath & Him, The Overlander Hotel, Cambridge Park, 8pm-midnight.
Laurie Bennett, Penrith RSL Club, 2-5pm.
Pop Fiction, Panthers, 10pm-2am.
March 3: Rockin' Mustangs, Penrith RSL Club, 2-5pm