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Guest writer, Liane Morris, experiences a live theatre production on screen for the first time and shares her thoughts of the experience.
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.
It is an exciting time for culture, arts and entertainment as the City of Parramatta is quickly evolving into a sophisticated international city that is rich in diversity and history. As Parramatta discusses the cultural aspirations and directions...

Roll up, roll up! Many people don’t know that Australia is an international leader in circus arts. To celebrate Sydney Festival is transforming Parramatta into Circus City this Summer. Riverside Theatres and Prince Alfred Square will play host to ...
Deep down, most parents have a love-hate relationship with school holidays. On the one hand, you get to spend more time with your cherubs and on the other hand keeping them entertained can be a challenge. Guest blogger, Liane Morris talks about ho...
To celebrate the release of Sam Moran's new album Best. Day. Ever! and his live performances of Play Along With Sam. Best. Day. Ever! coming to Riverside Theatres these School Holidays as part of our Spot On Children's Festival, we are running a c...

Two of the most anticipated sessions from the Sydney Opera House’s flagship Festival of Dangerous Ideas will be live streamed to 16 sites around Australia, including Riverside Theatres on Saturday 3 September, connecting audiences with world-leadi...
We loved Curious Jac so much when it came in 2015 that we made sure it returned as part of our Spot On Children's Festival this year! We caught up with Lilli to find out more about this captivating production and her thoughts on the importance of ...
International Day of Indigenous People highlights and celebrates the stories and cultures of the world's first Indigenous people. To take part in the celebrations Riverside is screening two films - one Candaian and the other Australian.

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