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Calamity Jane Opening Night

She just blew in from the from the windy city...Last night our audiences were transported to the Black Hills of Dakota when CALAMITY JANE opened at Riverside Theatres. Check out these fabulous photos from the night.

Interview with ATYP’s Artistic Director Fraser Corfield

Fraser Corfield tells us about the unique collaboration of international work Patrice Balbina's Chance Encounter With the End of the World and what we can expect from this moving production.

Flight Paths

Meet the playwright, Julian Larnach, and the Director, Anthea Williams, of the world premiere production from Riverside's National Theatre of Parramatta, Flight Paths.

Dahl But Never Boring

Award-winning theatre company shake & stir return to Riverside with the perfect recipe for family entertainment with their adaptation of Roald Dahl's George's Marvellous Medicine. Liane talks about the brilliance of the master storyteller, importa...

Western Sydney Delivers on Family Entertainment with Shrek

Something wonderful happens at Riverside Theatres every year. Packemin Productions produces a musical specifically for audiences in Western Sydney and always staged at Riverside. In 2018, Packemin produces Shrek the Musical.

5 Questions with Cristabel Sved and Dubs Yunupingu

Theatre critic and blogger Suzy Wrong asks 5 Questions of the director Cristabel Sved and lead actor Dubs Yunupingu in the brand new Australian production of Alice in Wonderland which is playing at Riverside as part of Sydney Festival in January.

Calamity Jane – Whips, Laughs & Heart

What is it about Calamity Jane that excites everyone? Guest blogger Liane Morris, delves into the legendary woman behind the musical made famous by Doris Day.

beyondthesenses showcases the creative output of Beyond the Square participants

On November 15, 2017 Riverside's Beyond the Square participants and their carers presented their end of year showcase work titled #beyondthesenses. Enjoy a series of photographs from the performance.

Interview: Rachael Leahcar

Rachael Leahcar has used hearing as the dominant sense as a result of her vision impairment. Now the Australian music star from The Voice Australia will perform at Riverside as part of a national tour.

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