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More of the World on Screen at Riverside

Growing in popularity and variety each year, Riverside Theatres Live Performance on Screen program allows you to experience the unique magic of the best of theatre, dance and so much more, captured live on stage in high definition and presented with full surround sound on our big screen. Taking you up-close to the action and sometimes even behind the scenes with exclusive features and interviews, seeing these productions is truly the next best thing to being there in person.

Our National Theatre Live screenings continue for the sixth consecutive year with another stellar line-up, including Saint Joan, Hedda Gabler and Amadeus. We are excited that we have also just confirmed National Theatre Live’s Twelfth Night and Angles in America: Part I and Part II.

Palace Opera & Ballet returns to our big screen in 2017 with world-class opera and ballet productions from London’s Royal Opera House and Paris’ Opéra Bastille and Palais Garnier. Upcoming titles include The Tales of Hoffman, The Sleeping Beauty and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

RSC Live: The Tempest. Photo by Topher McGrillis ©RSC

Captured live from Shakespeare’s home town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s latest productions come to our screen in RSC Live. This year’s program features The Tempest, Julius Caesar, Antony & Cleopatra and Titus Andronicus.

Exhibition On Screen: Michelangelo: Love and Death. Michelangelo, The Creation of Adam, c. 1511

Filmed on location, Exhibition On Screen brings the world’s most famous art galleries and exhibitions to our screen. This ground-breaking series allows you to experience works of some of history’s greatest ever painters up close and without the crowds. Allowing art lovers to revel in and essentially take a virtual tour of iconic art galleries and famous painters, this series continues with I, Claude Monet, The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement and Michelangelo: Love and Death.

Stage Russia: Anna Kareina. Photo by Dmitry Dubinsky

Adding to this incredible line-up is the brand new series Stage Russia. Featuring productions captured live from Russia’s most renowned theatre companies including Vakhtangov Theatre and the Moscow Art Theatre, this is a wonderful way to experience the magic of Russian theatre, without having to fly overseas. Titles include Eugene Onegin, The Cherry Orchard and Anna Kareina.

We would love to see you here at Riverside with your popcorn and choc top in hand for this exceptional program. New screenings are added frequently, so keep checking riversideparramatta.com.au/cinema for updates and make sure you update your preference on our e-newsletter to include our cinema program.


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