|Type||Performing arts centre|
|Address||Corner Church and Market Streets, Parramatta|
|Opened||27 February 1988|
Opened in 1988, its venues include the 761-seat proscenium arch Riverside Theatre, the 213-seat Lennox Theatre, and the 88-seat Raffety's Theatre. The proscenium arch's architectural design is inspired from the common European Opera House concept which lends an intimate and live performance space. It is considered to be an A Reserve house, which implies that the sight-lines are perfect for most seats and a standard ticket price is applicable to the entire house at the Hirer's discretion.
The National Theatre of Parramatta is a resident theatre company. Other regular companies and productions that perform there include Packemin Productions, Sydney Theatre Company, Sport For Jove, The Premier State Ballet, Cumberland Gang Show and Pacific Opera.
- "Official website". Riverside Theatre Parramatta. Archived from the original on 19 August 2006.
- "Riverside Theatre". Riverside Live Theatre And Cinema.
- "New National Theatre of Parramatta to challenge racial stereotypes". ABC News. 19 November 2015. Retrieved 2 June 2017.