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.

Access, Arts and Alex

Program Coordinator for Education, Youth and Families, Amy Matthews, shares her thoughts on Access, the Arts and how her son Alex inspires her programming Relaxed Performances during the Spot On Children's Festival.

Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Opening Night Photos

Our audiences thought the opening of Erth's Prehistoric Aquarium last night was DINO-MITE! They were absolutely EN-RAPTOR-ED with the amazing giant puppets and stunning visual effects.

Mischievous and Cheeky Scallywags

Ahead of Horrible Harriet landing on our stage, we took some time out to chat to Australian Children’s Laureate 2016 – 2017 Leigh Hobbs about his hilarious, wild and wicked characters, the inspiration for them and his thoughts on the importance of...

Lost & Found

Riverside Theatres’ Beyond the Square are creative workshops for people with disability that run weekly. Ahead of their annual showcase "Lost & Found" the tutors of these workshops, Suzy, Brett and Cymbeline chat about the creative process. Plus, ...

Get On Stage 2016

Check out these glittering photos from Riverside Theatres' Get On Stage Annual Fundraising Luncheon in support of our access programs for people with disability.

STOP PRESS! Wendy Harmer to MC Get On Stage

STOP PRESS! Wendy Harmer returns to Riverside Theatres to MC this years Get On Stage Fundraising Luncheon, in support of our access programs for people with disability.

Interview: Welly O’Brien – A Year of Frida

Welly O'Brien hadn’t even considered a career in dance until after she lost a leg in an accident in 1994 at the age of 19, but a chance encounter with Candoco Dance Company changed all that. Carmel Smith from interviewed Welly at t...

Accessibility the key to stories on offer at Riverside

A sophisticated approach to access is opening opportunities for artists with disability at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres. ArtsHub writer, Megan Anderson reports.