Entertainment briefs

Royal show

Queen tribute band Bohemian Rhapsody is at Blacktown Workers Club on Saturday, June 14. They will bring Queen's hottest all-time hits live to the stage. Cost: $28.

Details, tickets: workersclub.com.au or club reception.

Chance to see Kate

It's your last chance to see Kate Miller-Heidke in her last Australian show before she goes overseas. She will be joined by British singer-songwriter Ryan Keen at the Joan's Q Theatre in August. Open to all ages. Cost: $59. Saturday, August 16, at 8pm.

Details: jspac.com.au.

Birthday Bash for Slim

The Australian country music industry will celebrate Slim Dusty's birthday at Rooty Hill RSL on Thursday, June 12 at 7.30pm with the annual 'Slim Dusty Birthday Bash'. A-list stars Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar-Daley, Adam Harvey, Luke O'Shea, Jared Porter and members of Slim's family, Anne and David Kirkpatrick will perform. Tickets: $120. Book: rootyhillrsl.com.au.

Scary movie at drive-in

This year the Sydney Film Festival is expanding to Blacktown with a screening of the 40th anniversary restoration of the cult classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Late-night screening at the Skyline Drive-In on June 13 at 11pm. Cost: $10 per person in the car.

Details: tix.sff.org.au.

Don't forget those fishnets

David Griffith-Jones' Priscilla to Moulin Rouge show is coming to Blacktown Workers Club on June 21 at 8pm. Get glamorous and join the fun, songs and dance with music from Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Moulin Rouge, Strictly Ballroom and Muriel's Wedding. Cost: From $7.50. Details: workersclub.com.au.