2017 March

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Western Sydney Wanderers come to Riverside #wsw

Best-known for his award-winning photography of the Western Sydney Wanderers and its passionate fans, Eric Berry has a wide-ranging resume as a photographer and photo-journalist going back over twenty years. It was the rise and rise of the Western...

Uncovering Where the Streets Had a Name

Ahead of the production of Where the Streets Had a Name we caught up with the author of the book, Randa Abdel-Fattah and the writer/director of the play, Eva Di Cesare to find out more about this powerful story and the page to stage process.

Something to get your teeth stuck into!

The coolest young theatre makers around, shake & stir return with their latest sensational masterpiece.

Announcing a new partnership with Sydney Youth Orchestras

Sydney Youth Orchestras (SYO) has partnered with Riverside Theatres and is proud to announce the very first Western Sydney Youth Orchestra (WSYO).

It began as a small festival in Balmain

FLiCKERFEST began as a small local festival at the Balmain High School in 1991. Since then it has grown to become Australia’s leading Academy® accredited & BAFTA recognised competitive Australian & International Short Film Festival.

Irish community turned upside down by a Hollywood movie shoot

Having played all over the world including a five year run in the West End, the multi award-winning comedy Stones In His Pockets by Marie Jones is now touring Australia in a new production. See it at Riverside as a special St Patrick's Day treat!

Shake and Stir Theatre Company’s Dracula

From the company behind the multi award-winning, national touring productions of 1984 and Animal Farm comes this new adaptation of Stoker’s twisted tale. “…CONTEMPORARY AND FRESH, YET UNMISTAKABLY AUTHENTIC TO BRAM STOKER’S ICONIC NOVEL” - Check o...

Up Close and Personal with Tommy Murphy

Belvoir’s production of Mark Colvin’s Kidney will be presented at Riverside in early April following its premiere season currently running in Surry Hills. Directed by David Berthold, the current director of Brisbane Festival and written by one of ...

Keeping it Faaabulous out West!

It's Mardi Gras season and this weekend it is all happening in the city. But you don't have to miss out. Queer Screen brings the best of the festival to Riverside from 31st March to 2nd April.

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