The Wharf Revue will perform its final three shows at Parramatta Riverside Theatres this weekend.
The latest production Red Wharf: Beyond the Rings of Satire takes a swipe at politics and popular culture.
Drew Forsythe offered his view on the nation’s capital and the politicians who work there.
‘‘Canberra is the spiritual home for the Wharf Revue, it’s where all our great clowns emanate from,’’ he said.
‘‘Paul Keating, John Howard, Alexander Downer — I mean what a great clown Alexander Downer was.
‘‘You can’t get a greater clown than Bob Katter.’’
Details: September 21 (7.30pm) September 22 (2.15pm, 7.30pm), tickets $59 (adults) $54 (seniors) $47 (30 and under) $35 (student and under 16), 88393399, riversideparramatta.com.au.
Video game fans to face off
Gamers will experience virtual bliss when the EB Games Expo hits Sydney Olympic Park on October 5-7.
The event will offer a chance to compete in tournaments and check out the games due for release in late 2012 and 2013.
Local gamers have the opportunity to take part in the Navy Big Game event against stars such as Dave ‘‘Walshy’’ Walsh and Michael ‘‘StrongSide’’ Cavanaugh.
Entries for the competition close September 30.
The debut screening of motion picture Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, will also occur at the event.
The Sun is offering five double passes valued at $39.95 each for the Friday, October 5 session.
Like the Parramatta Sun facebook page for a chance to win.
Details: ebexpo.com.au or ticketek.com.au.