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David  Walliams novel BILLIONAIRE BOY follows a 12-year-old boy named Joe who has everything he could ever want, from a golden underwater Ferrari to his very own cinema! Joe and his Dad have more money than you could imagine, but what Joe really needs is a friend. When Joe arrives at his new school, life gets tough. Facing the school bully, his Dad’s new girlfriend and the world’s worst school canteen, Joe is about to learn that money might buy you a lot, but it can’t buy you everything.

Featuring a talented cast of five, Billionaire Boy explores important social issues such as bullying, relationships and self-esteem through comedy, songs, loveable characters and lots of laughs.

Walliams novels have taken the children’s literary world by storm, with his bestselling novels being translated into over 40 languages and having sold over ten million copies in the UK alone.

Now BILLIONAIRE BOY, one of his most popular novels, has been adapted for the stage by playwright Maryann Master. It is being brought to life on the stage at  the Riverside Theatres , the Concourse in Chatswood and the Seymour Centre during the month of March. 

The play is suitable for ages 6+ and has a running time of 60 minutes.  Here are the full details of the performances :-

When: Saturday 9th March 2019

Where: Riverside Theatres – cnr Church and Market Streets, Parramatta

Tickets: $29 from www.riversideparramatta.com.au or from the Box Office (02) 8839 3399


When: Tuesday 12th to Thursday 14th March 2019

Where: The Concourse – 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood

Tickets: $44 from www.theconcourse.com.au or from the Box Office (02) 8075 8111


When: Friday 15th to Sunday 17th March 2019

Where: Seymour Centre – corner of City Road and Cleveland Street, Chippendale

Tickets: $38 from www.seymourcentre.com or from the Box Office (02) 9351 7940



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Main image: Anthony Gooley as Peter, Jack Finsterer as Michael and Alfie Gledhill as John. Above (l to r) Anthony Gooley as Peter and Jack Finsterer as Michael.

We all know the sensation of wanting to change the past, to be able to return and insert that perfect comment or choose to act differently with the benefit of hindsight.

The world premiere of Phillip Kavanagh’s slick and evocative REPLAY by the Griffin Theatre Company explores and expands upon the vulnerabilities surrounding such reflection. Set in a grieving family environment between male siblings it is a smorgasbord of expression, identity, truth and yearning to re-create what might have been. Continue reading REPLAY @ GRIFFIN THEATRE