Today was simply exceptional! It was one of the most motivational and inspiring experiences both myself and my students have ever encountered. – Teacher, Blacktown Boys High School

Education is at the heart of our program at Riverside through the productions we create in house and the whole body of work we offer to students and teachers.

At Riverside we believe the beauty of live theatre is that it allows us to discover our place in society. Why? Because all the world’s a stage.


For information and specialised teachers resources on our education shows, please click on the ‘Schools Bookings and Resources’ tab on each education show page. Resources include curriculum links, risk assessment and information on how to book.


Download a copy of our access information here: Access at Riverside


Download a copy of our current risk assessment here: 2018 Risk Assessment


Everything you need to know about getting here, facilities, eating and more to make your excursion to Riverside easy. Please download our guide here: Information for School Groups 2018


We understand that for some of your students this may be their first experience with live theatre. To ensure that you and your students have the best theatre experience possible, please download and take them through this guide: Riverside’s Guide to Theatre Etiquette


To request a hard copy of our current primary and/or secondary education brochure/s, please contact our Education Coordinator on 8839 3308 or e-mail

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  • The Tempest

    16 May - 19 May 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    After a thrilling and captivating run in 2017, Sport For Jove's exceptional production of The Tempest returns to the stage.
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  • HSC Symposiums

    17 May - 21 Jun 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    Featuring scene work from the HSC syllabus plays interspersed with expert commentary from Damien Ryan and his team will help you and your students explore famous scenes and speeches in multiple ways, open up diverse critical readings, and unlock language and character.
  • Sharp Short Theatre

    21 May - 24 May 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    An exciting opportunity for students to promote their work and compete for prizes. Come and support our budding future stars as they perform live on stage!
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  • Ruby’s Wish

    24 May - 26 May 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    The beguiling story of Ruby, a little girl who may not believe in fairy tales but who certainly believes in wishes.
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  • Stolen

    AUSLAN Interpreted
    29 May - 1 Jun 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    Stolen is back in 2018. An important and acclaimed work by Jane Harrison, directed by Vicki Van Hout.
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  • Personal

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing SystemAudio DescriptionAUSLAN Interpreted
    8 Jun - 9 Jun 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    Part performance, part multimedia and live art, Jodee Mundy’s ground-breaking solo performance explores her personal experience as the only hearing person in a Deaf family.
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  • A Town Named War Boy

    Wheelchair AccessibleHearing System
    12 Jun - 14 Jun 2018
    Lennox Theatre
    Based on First World War diaries, photographs and letters, this show brings to life the gripping personal accounts of four young men who set sail for the far side of the world.
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  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    14 Jun - 16 Jun 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    Don't miss Sport For Jove’s Artistic Director, Damien Ryan bring the full force of his acclaimed theatricality and invention to a brand new vision of Shakespeare's astonishing classic.
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  • Macbeth

    20 Jun - 23 Jun 2018
    Riverside Theatre
    Sport for Jove's thrilling production of Macbeth is back after playing to sell-out general public and schools audiences in 2015 and 2016.
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