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Follow Me Home


Lennox Theatre


29 May - 31 May 2019

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside presents
Created by Australian Theatre for Young People in association with the Advocate for Children and Young People

“I’ve never told my friends about my story… with homeless, you can’t talk about it.”

Australian Theatre for Young People (Patrice Balbina’s Chance Encounter With the End of the World, The Climbing Tree) return to Riverside in 2019 to bring an incredibly powerful and eye-opening piece of theatre about homelessness amongst youth to the stage.

Developed in consultation with over eighty young people who have experienced homelessness in NSW, Follow Me Home celebrates their extraordinary resilience and hope.

Created by ATYP’s 2016 resident playwright and directed by Fraser Corfield, the beautiful, personal stories told in this play will touch your heart and transform you.

Suitable for: Ages 15+

FYI This production contains coarse language

Dates & Times:

Schools Performances
Wednesday 29 May at 11am
Thursday 30 May at 11am
Friday 31 May at 11am

General Public Performances
Wednesday 29 May at 7:45pm
Thursday 30 May at 7:45pm
Friday 31 May at 7:45pm

Photo by Luke Stambouliah

Lewis Treston

Fraser Corfield



Download the curriculum links here: Follow Me Home Curriculum Links

Download Riverside’s risk assessment here: Riverside’s Risk Assessment Details

Download a generic sample risk assessment here: Generic Sample Risk Assessment


Download information about access at Riverside here: Access at Riverside

Available Dates

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Show dates


75 minutes (No interval plus 20 minute Q&A for daytime performances)

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