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Sydney Theatre Company take an in-depth look at satire and The Wharf Revue, ahead of The Wharf Revue 2015: Celebrating 15 Years.

Just Announced

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Check out shows, screenings and events we have just announced, coming up in September...
Once a year, during the Spring school holidays, Riverside is transformed by thousands of children and their families, dozens of artists and oodles of imagination with our annual Spot On Children’s Festival. Check out this year's highlights.

A thousand dreams, a handful of loves, too many martinis and 24 hours packed into 80 minutes of song. Mitchell Butel returns to cabaret with tales from the jazz and blues songbooks, Killing Time, at Riverside 27 September. To celebrate, we take a ...
Broadcaster Richard Glover is always up for a challenge. Next month, Richard Glover (702 ABC Sydney) will launch his book Flesh Wounds at Riverside Theatres. Richard chats to Saskia Tillers about his stories, family and more.
Our annual Indie Gems Film Festival, a festival of independent international and Australian films returns to Riverside in September for its fifth year. This year promises screenings of primarily Australian films due to the high quality of recent A...

This month our Castaldi in Focus program celebrates these films by giving you the opportunity to experience the ingenuity of two crime capers, plus meet a key creative from each of them and ask them all of your burning questions.
Riverside is excited to announce a new Weekday Screen Matinee Series of screenings happening regularly each month.

Something New

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A guest blog by freelance writer Harriet Cunningham Way back in 2014 The Guardian newspaper launched its “Do Something” manifesto. It’s a blog which encourages its readers to expand their horizons, break out of their routine and, above all, do som...

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