Culture: What's on at Riverside

What not to miss at Riverside Theatres in Parramatta in June —

Theatre: The Factory, June 18 to 21.

Slick choreography and soulful songs explore the Samoan migrant experience. By Auckland-based Pasifika theatre company Kila Kokonut Krew.

Tickets are $48.

Theatre: The Magic Hour, June 26 to 28.

A startling, funny retelling of classic fairy tales for adults. Helpmann award-winning actor Ursula Yovic references Rapunzel, Cinderella and others in this one-woman show.

Tickets are $48.

Music: Songs and stories from the Paris Lido, June 14. Caroline Nin headlined a glamorous revue at the Parisian cabaret venue for five years.

Her jazz-infused voice will take audiences there.

Tickets are $40.

Music: Gershwin: Take Two, June 22.

Classical pianist Simon Tedeschi, musician James Morrison and jazz vocalist Hetty Kate meet for an afternoon of songs and rollicking jokes.

Tickets are $49.

Film: Shuttlecock Boys, June 2.

Four young men in Delhi decide to embark upon an eventful journey that will change the course of their lives and careers forever.

Tickets are $12.

Theatre: Fast+Fresh Theatre, June 2 to 13.

Heats and grand final of the short play competition for writers, directors and performers aged 18 and under.

Tickets are $18 heats, $20 final.

Theatre: The Gruffalo, June 11 and 12. A children's musical about clever little mouse who outwits a forest full of predators.

Tickets are $25.

Exhibition: Behind The Lines, until June 21. A free exhibition of 2013 political cartoons.

Details: 8839 3399, Riverside Theatres.

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