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And the winner is….

Sharp Short Theatre, Riverside’s annual schools short play competition, is now in its 3rd year of providing a platform to students 18 years and under from all over NSW to showcase their talents and tell their own stories on a professional stage.

Riverside Theatres Director Robert Love receives AM

The Director of Riverside Theatres, Robert Love, has been recognised for his service to the performing arts as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

The Creative Process of an Australian Classic

Remaining a vital masterwork 20 years after it was penned by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, is a new adaption of The 7 Stages of Grieving. Wesley Enoch reflects on the evolution of his play.

What is this Live Theatre On Screen?

Guest writer, Liane Morris, experiences a live theatre production on screen for the first time and shares her thoughts of the experience.

Straight Outta Compo

Award-winning producer, Joe Avati, has put together another show, Straight Outta Compo, starring the guys from Here Come The Habibs and Fat Pizza (Rob and Tahir), plus George Kapiniaris from Wogs out of Work and Joe Avati himself.

Behind the Lines

Behind the Lines celebrates the role of political cartoonists in Australia and highlights the power that their drawings have in contributing to our daily political and social discourse. A travelling version of this exhibition will be coming to Riv...

Bonjour! Alliance Française brings the latest and best of French cinema to Riverside

Sit back, relax and escape into four sublime days of all things French - French contemplation, French travel, French romance, French laughter and even some French dreaming.

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.

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