2016 June

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Wayne Scott Kermond continues to defy gravity

Nominated for 2 Helpmann Awards, 3 Green Room Awards as well as An Australian Dance Award, Wayne Scott Kermond is a recipient of Six MO Awards and a Green Room Award. Ahead of him starring as the Wizard of Oz in Packemin Production's production of...

Love, Laughs and Lebanese Classics at the Arab Film Festival

The 13th annual Arab Film Festival Australia returns in 2016 with a fusion of contemporary and traditional works in Arab cinema from Australia, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Find out more about this years fantasti...

POWER UP with high energy musical variety spectacular

After 46 years of entertaining crowds in Sydney’s West, the Scouts and Guides of Greater Western Sydney Region return to Riverside with POWER UP. The Weekly Times reports on what you can expect from this high energy musical variety spectacular!

July School Holiday Films

Join us these school holidays for a truly magical experience with these new releases and family classics back on the big screen.

The Best of National Theatre Live returns to Riverside

For a limited time only, National Theatre Live’s Encore Series brings a selection of award-winning British theatre productions to Riverside’s big screen. Get a taste of and check out the amazing program here.

The Literati Review: In the style of the play

We are so excited about The Literati touring to Riverside and love this creative and clever review for The Literati by Glen Falkenstein so much that we just had to share it with you!

Listen Now: Peter Evans talks Molière, The Literati and more!

Artistic Director of Bell Shakespeare, Peter Evans, talks about why Molière is still so relevant to a contemporary Australian audience and what Justin Fleming (Shellshock, Tartuffe, Sanrango) adds to his classic script. Listen now...

Liam Scarlett on Frankenstein: ‘It’s essentially about love’

Rose Slavin, Assistant Content Producer for Royal Opera House talks to the choreographer of Royal Ballet: Frankenstein, Liam Scarlett, in a very revealing interview about why there's more to his new full-length ballet than horror.

Disgraced Opening Night

Sydney Theatre Company's production of Ayad Akhtar's Pultizer Prize-winning play Disgraced opened at Riverside Theatres last night. Check out the photos here.

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