An evening with Joan Armatrading offers an insight into the soul of one of the world's leading singers.
Effortlessly eclectic, this phenomenal songstress has a unique sound that ranges from jazz to true soul to sophisticated pop and reggae.
In 2007, Joan Armatrading became the first female British artist to make a debut at #1 on the Billboard Blues chart. She then stayed there for 12 consecutive weeks.
Don't miss the chance to see her at Penrith Panthers on Monday, March 25.
Nepean Bonsai Society
Don't miss the talk and demonstration arranged by the Nepean Bonsai Society.
Details: March 24, 12.30pm. $10.
Bookings essential: 4735 1100.
Folk music at village
The Bridge Project, a folk music collaboration, will play live at the Village, Springwood on March 23.
With Middle Eastern lutes, western clarinet and sax, and wind instruments of Asia, the three composers worked from their home countries, communicating over the internet to create a bridge between cultures through music.
Details: 0416 492 952.