What's on in Wellington and surrounds from June 13 to 16

Far left: It will be a great game on June 16 when the Wellington Cowboys take on the Narromine Jets at home. Photo:NICK McGRATH
Far left: It will be a great game on June 16 when the Wellington Cowboys take on the Narromine Jets at home. Photo:NICK McGRATH
  • Jets take on the Cowboys

Wellington, June 16

The Narromine Jets are setting off to Wellington on Sunday to take on the Cowboys. The round seven clash is on at Kennard Park with kickoff expected to start at 11am.

  • Giantess

Dubbo, June 15

Created by the multi-award winning transgender comedian Cassie Workman, Giantess is a devastating and funny fable for big kids, which will be held at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre. Sam is a happy six-year-old girl who loves giants and her chain-smoking single Dad. On a routine outing for school supplies, Sam is kidnapped while her Dad's back is turned.

Left: Cassie Workman's new show 'Giantess' has been awarded the 'Best of the Fest' award at the Sydney Comedy Festival. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

Left: Cassie Workman's new show 'Giantess' has been awarded the 'Best of the Fest' award at the Sydney Comedy Festival. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

  • A little piece of heaven

Nyngan, June 15

Aboriginal Elders Uncle Dick and Auntie Ruth Carney are bring their play 'A Little Piece of Heaven' to Nyngan. The pair have taken to the stage in Dubbo, Narromine and Melbourne to tell their story as Aboriginal Australians growing up in rural NSW. The stage show, presented by Orana Arts details Mr Carney's humble beginnings in Warren, and the trials and triumphs of his time in the shearing sheds during the twentieth century. It goes on to discuss the loss, triumph, endurance, love and dancing of the couple's 55-year long marriage. The play will be at the Nyngan RSL Club from 7pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at www.eventbrite.com.au.

Above: STAGING STORIES: Dick and Ruth Carney on stage at Dubbo. Photo: ZAARKACHA MARLAN

Above: STAGING STORIES: Dick and Ruth Carney on stage at Dubbo. Photo: ZAARKACHA MARLAN

  • Host a Murder

Mudgee, June 15

Get dressed up in your 1920's outfit as you take part in this Cluedo inspired game. Enjoy a delicious two course dinner whilst trying to guess the murderer at this event at the Mudgee Golf Club. The game will start approximately 6pm, tickets are $70pp and are tables of 10. Prizes for best dressed.

  • International Pro Wrestling Australia

Dubbo, June 15

Expect an action-packed live show when the IWA Pro Wrestling team comes to the Dubbo, RSL. There will be everything from heavyweight matches to tag teams in the night of non-stop entertainment. Tickets available through the Dubbo RSL website.

  • Meet the Mayor

Wellington, June 13

If you've got a concern relating to Dubbo Regional Council, come along to Cafe 2820 at 1 Nanima Crescent from 10am to 12pm for a chat and coffee with Mayor Ben Shields.

Coffee and a chat: Dubbo regional Council mayor Ben Shields will be in Wellington this week to discuss any concerns with the community. Photo: MARK RAYNER

Coffee and a chat: Dubbo regional Council mayor Ben Shields will be in Wellington this week to discuss any concerns with the community. Photo: MARK RAYNER

  • Services NSW in town

Narromine, June 13

Head down to the Men's Shed on Dandaloo Street in Narromine from 9am to 3:0pm and visit Service NSW's Mobile Service Centre. Customers can complete the same transactions and services available at most Service Centres.