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Wuthering Heights Opening Night

We enjoyed another fun night at Riverside Theatres last night with the opening of shake & stir theatre co's ‪production of Wuthering Heights.

The Legend of Robin Williams

To the generation of children who grew up in the 80s and 90s comedian and actor Robin Williams was a lifeline, a teacher and a hero. Riverside is celebrating some of the work of Robin Williams these school holidays. Check out the program.

April Showers With Classical Stars

During April, Riverside is going to be filled with classical stars at the top of their game performing incredible works of music. It’s also going to be bursting with the stars of tomorrow, undiscovered unknowns who are on the brink of shaking up t...

Mr Stink Stank…An Interview with Maryam Master

With almost 20 years' experience writing for young audiences, Maryam Master's new play, the adaptation of David Walliams' best-selling children's novel Mr Stink comes to Riverside Theatres 1 - 2 April. We caught up with Maryam to find out more abo...

Women Who Run with the Arts

Following International Women's Day, guest blogger Liane Morris looks at how women share their stories and Riverside's forthcoming program.

Just Announced: Anime Festival

Join us for a selection of award-winning Japanese animations, including Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki classics screening at Riverside. Check out the program.

Just Announced: Alliance Française French Film Festival 2016

Following the overwhelming success of its 2015 season, the Alliance Française French Film Festival returns to Riverside with six fabulous French films over one weekend - cèst bon! Check out the program.

Yasukichi Murakami: Through A Distant Lens Opening Night

Riverside Theatres foyer was abuzz after the Opening Night of Performance 4a's production Yasukichi Murakami: Through A Distant Lens last night. Can you spot yourself in the photos?

Review: Remembering the Man

The Best of the Mardi Gras Film Festival returns to Riverside in April with an outstanding line up of films. Winner of Most Popular Documentary at the Adelaide Film Festival, Remembering the Man (based on the true story that inspired the hit play ...

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