Thursday 27th October at 8pm
BECKETT'S LAST ACT
Another in our series of events to celebrate BANN BECKETT. Please click on DOWNLOADS at the top of this page to find out more about BANN BECKETT
A brilliant play, based on real events
Saturday 29th October at 8pm
* * * * * A macabre masterpiece. Ghostly, grisly and gorgeous. Dont miss it (Three Weeks)
* * * * A masterclass in storytelling. Chilling, haunting, dazzling (Hairline)
* * * * Holds the audience in the palm of its hand... a near perfect piece of theatre (The Scotsman)
* * * * Wonderfully eerie and manages to capture that most intangible of theatre goals, the real fear of the audience. (British Theatre Guide)
WHAT BETTER WAY TO CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN??
Wednesday 2nd November at 8pm
DAMIEN O'KANE in concert
A huge Riverside Welcome-Back to the brilliant musician Damien O'Kane and his backing band
Thursday 3RD November AT 8PM
A one hour-long physical comedy that combines clown, storytelling and circus skills.
Friday 4TH November AT 8PM
THE ELVIS SPECTACULAR
A brilliant tribute to the undisputed King of Rock
Saturday 5th November at 8pm
HERETICS AND HEAD THE BALLS!
A brilliant comedy show starring NEIL DOUGAN
Tuesday 8th November at 8pm
Ireland's national ballet company back in Riverside, with its latest production of a ballet-classic
Friday 11th November at 8pm
Barbara returns to Riverside in a brilliant evening of Music, with special guest ANTHONY TONER
Saturday 12TH November AT 8PM
One of Ireland's most popular showbands
Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th November, nightly at 7.30pm
A fabulous evening of musical entertainment from one of Co. Antrim's Grammar Schools
Friday 18th November at 8pm
A NIGHT AT THE MUSICALS
Riverside welcomes back
Friday 25th & Saturday 26th November, nightly at 7.30pm
TIME 2 DANCE SHOWCASE
This is the dance company's second Riverside showcase from all three dance schools in Ballycastle, Ballymoney and Bushmills ages ranging from 5-18 years old
Thursday 1st December to Saturday 3rd December, nightly at 8.00 pm
Always look on the bright side of life with Portrush Music Society!
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
STAFFED BOX OFFICE AND RIVERSIDE OPENING HOURS THIS WEEK
Our online ticket booking service now makes it incredibly easy for customers to reserve, buy and then print out their own confirmation, ticket-reservations, which you simply show to ushers at the auditorium doors.
Please click: http://tickets.riversidetheatre.org.uk/ in the LINKS option at the top of this page.
Tuesday, 20 September 2016
YOUTH THEATRE START-UP
MORE Youth Drama@Riverside - the new Riverside Youth Theatre run by Oonah McEwan and Kathy Walsh - kicks off for its new, autumn term at 10am on SATURDAY 1st October
Tuesday, 9 August 2016
Looking for an Unusual Venue for your Wedding or Civil Partnership?
Then please arrange an appointment to see Rose McCloskey, Riverside's Manager, on 02870 124645.
Monday, 1 August 2016
HOW TO BOOK TICKETS WHEN OUR STAFFED BOX OFFICE IS CLOSED
Please check here for other ways to ensure someone from the Theatre gets back to you, when the staffed Box Office is closed
Thursday, 26 May 2016
We're on the lookout for Photographers who'd like to exhibit in Riverside's Foyer Gallery in 2017
Riverside has been specializing in exhibitions of photography in its foyer gallery for the past ten years.
Wednesday, 18 November 2015
Listen to the Cast of WAITING FOR GODOT discussing this Beckett masterpiece with UU students
The cast of London Classic Theatre's production of WAITING FOR GODOT met a group of Ulster University students in early November - when performing in Riverside - and here is a recording of that encounter.
Friday, 18 September 2015
Listen to the Pre-Show Talk on Playwright ALAN BENNETT
Ulster academic, Dr Kevin De Ornellas, delivered the first of this season's Riverside pre-show mini-lectures last week, which was recorded and uploaded. Click here for further details on how to listen to it.
Thursday, 17 September 2015
PETER MORO - MAJOR THEATRE ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER OF THE RIVERSIDE THEATRE
Riverside was recently visited by DR ALISTAIR FAIR, from Edinburgh.
Dr Fair is a Chancellors Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. He has edited a book, " Setting the Scene: Perspectives on Twentieth-Century Theatre Architecture", to which he contributed a longer essay about Peter Moros work. He is currently writing a book about the architectural history of the new theatres built across Britain and Northern Ireland between 1945 and 1985.
You're invited to read his article about Riverside in this News section