The show features the music of John Farnham, Peter Allen, Cold Chisel, Bee Gees, Little River Band and many more.
Tickets: $7.50 for member and $10.50 for visitors.
■ Details: workersclub.com.au.
Dance the night away
DJs at the Mean Fiddler will keep you up and dancing into the early hours of the morning when they perform up-tempo hits on Friday night.
DJs include DJ Stu-E and DJ Cookie in the Woolshed and DJ Kronic, Dr of Sounds and Jayowenz in the Sub Bar.
■ Details: meanfiddler.com.au.
Oscar contender preview
Event Cinemas Castle Hill has an advance screening of The Wolf of Wall Street for Cine Buzz Rewards and Cine Buzz for Students members on Wednesday, at 6pm.
The movie is based on the memoirs of 1990s New York broker Jordan Belfort. Tickets are on sale now for $10 (plus $1.10 online booking fee).
■ Details: eventcinemas.com.au.
Hawkins at Castle Towers
Jennifer Hawkins will visit fans at Castle Towers on Monday, February 3, at 3.30pm.
Meet and have a picture with the famous model.
■ Details: castletowers.com.au.
The story of Annie, the redheaded comic strip heroine, is coming to Riverside Theatres in February.
The revival of the classic rags to riches musical Annie tells the story of a little orphan named Annie who is on a mission to find her parents who abandoned her on the doorsteps of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan.
■ Details: riversidetheatres.com.au.
After travelling the world with One Direction for the last eight months, Hawkesbury boys 5 Seconds of Summer are recording a debut album for Capitol Records.
Calum, Ashton, Michael and Luke released the news to their fans through a fan-based newsletter stating that they had recently signed to Capitol Records.
Since returning to Britain, the band has been working around the clock writing and recording new songs for their upcoming album.
Some of the artists who have worked with the well-known record label are The Beatles, The Eagles, Katy Perry, and Jennifer Lopez.