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Satire – Not just for Fun

The world seems to be exploding in a frenzy of politics at the moment. In light of the recent political dilemmas of Trump and Brexit, guest blogger, Liane Morris discusses political satire and The Wharf Revue.

The Best of National Theatre Live returns to Riverside

For a limited time only, National Theatre Live’s Encore Series brings a selection of award-winning British theatre productions to Riverside’s big screen. Get a taste of and check out the amazing program here.

Disgraced Opening Night

Sydney Theatre Company's production of Ayad Akhtar's Pultizer Prize-winning play Disgraced opened at Riverside Theatres last night. Check out the photos here.

Daffodils Opening Night

Our audiences were charmed by Bullet Heart Club's moving production DAFFODILS, which opened at Riverside Theatres last night. Check out these snapshots from the night.

What Would the Soundtrack to your Life Sound Like?

If you could create a soundtrack to your life, what would it sound like? What music did you listen to as a kid, teenager, in different relationships, when you broke up, made up and celebrated? If you were sitting in a nursing home, unable to grasp...

Theatre helps children tell the difference between fantasy and reality

Going to the theatre is an important experience for children. But what is it that continually draws audiences back to live theatre against the forceful current of the digital age? Splash ABC reports below on the magic of theatre and the huge empha...

Mr Stink Stank…An Interview with Maryam Master

With almost 20 years' experience writing for young audiences, Maryam Master's new play, the adaptation of David Walliams' best-selling children's novel Mr Stink comes to Riverside Theatres 1 - 2 April. We caught up with Maryam to find out more abo...

Yasukichi Murakami: Through A Distant Lens Opening Night

Riverside Theatres foyer was abuzz after the Opening Night of Performance 4a's production Yasukichi Murakami: Through A Distant Lens last night. Can you spot yourself in the photos?

Dion Mills and Kim Denman star as Henry Lawson and Mary Gilmore – Australian literary icons and secret lovers

The burning passion which sparked between literary lovers, Henry Lawson and Mary Gilmore, comes to life on Riverside's stage in February. Kevin Nguyen from Parramatta Sun reports, below.

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