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‘Wilde’ Fairy Tales for Kids

Everyone’s heard of Oscar Wilde. What a lot of people don’t know is that he also wrote fairy tales – 2 books of them in fact, The Happy Prince and Other Tales and The House of Pomegranates. It is his fairy tales that are used as the foundation for...

Jodee Mundy

As the only person in her immediate family who can hear, she has spent a lifetime moving between two perceptive identities. She exists in the external world as someone who can hear, but with the internal psychology of someone who is Deaf. Jodee Mu...

Who Was Lola Montez?

On Saturday 2 June, Riverside Theatres hosts the 60th Anniversary concert performance of a long forgotten but, in its day, extremely successful musical titled Lola Montez. But who was the mysterious Lola Montez and why was this very popular musica...

Interview: Playwright, Jane Harrison

Lauren Carroll Harris from Audrey Journal chatted with Australian playwright, Jane Harrison about her career and the life of her play, Stolen, which will begin it's NSW tour at Riverside in late May.

Interview: Phil Scott

Best known by Riverside audiences for The Wharf Revue, Phil Scott chats with guest writer Jason Blake from Audrey Journal about his upcoming show that explores the life of composer Lionel Bart.

Religion, Ritual and Theatre – Quiet Faith

Australian playwright David Williams’ unconventional theatre work, Quiet Faith, gets to the heart of many things – religion, belonging, community, conflicted loyalties and Christian Australia in its endless variety. Guest writer Lauren Carroll Har...

Billionaire Boy Colouring-In Competition

Win a wonderful Walliams prize pack with our fun colouring-in competition!

Poetry, Palestine and Parramatta

Written and performed by Amer Hlehel, an actor and director based in Haifa, Palestine, guest blogger Elissa Blake, writes about Taha a new play that tells the story of how a young villager and his family are swept up in calamitous events, and of h...

Interview: Black is the New White

Guest blogger Elissa Blake chats to the playwright Nakkiah Lui and some of cast of the very funny show, Black is the New White

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