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2017 Single Tickets

Type Evenings Matinees (Weekday, Sat, Sun) Previews (First audiences)
Adults $74 $66 $61
Concession $64 $60 $51
Under 30's $33 $33 $33
Secondary Students $29 $29 $29

2018 Single Tickets on sale 4 Dec!


SHOW

TIME

ADULT

CONCESSION

UNDER 30
SECONDARY
STUDENTS
In The Club Evenings  $76  $66 $34 $30
Previews & Matinees  $66  $56  $34 $30
After Dinner Evenings  $84  $74  $38 $30
Previews & Matinees  $74  $64  $38 $30
Sense and Sensibility Evenings  $84  $74  $38 $30
Previews & Matinees  $74  $64  $38 $30
Terrestrial Evenings  $76  $66  $34 $30
Previews & Matinees  $66  $56  $34 $30
Brothers Wreck Evenings  $76  $66  $34 $30
Previews & Matinees  $66  $56  $34 $30
Creditors Evenings  $76  $66  $34 $30
Previews & Matinees  $66  $56  $34 $30
That Eye, The Sky Evenings  $84  $74  $38 $30
Previews & Matinees  $74  $64  $38 $30
Faith Healer Evenings  $84  $74  $38 $30
Previews & Matinees  $74  $64  $38 $30
The Gods Of Strangers Evenings  $84  $74  $38 $30
Previews & Matinees  $74  $64  $38 $30

Previews are the first performance with an audience.

Please note that State Theatre Company has the right to amend prices or some prices may differ for some performances.

All Single Ticket purchases attract an $8.95 BASS transaction fee.

 

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    Choose 4 to 9 shows from the list below and enjoy the many benefits of being one of our Subscribers

    SHOW TIME ADULT CONCESSION UNDER 30
     (20% SAVINGS)  (15% SAVINGS)
    In The Club Evenings  $61  $53  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $53  $45  $32
    After Dinner Evenings  $67  $59  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $32
    Sense and Sensibility Evenings  $67  $59  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $32
    Terrestrial Evenings  $61  $53  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $53  $45  $32
    Brothers Wreck Evenings  $61  $53  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $53  $45  $32
    Creditors Evenings  $61  $53  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $53  $45  $32
    That Eye, The Sky Evenings  $67  $59  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $32
    Faith Healer Evenings  $67  $59  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $32
    The Gods Of Strangers Evenings  $67  $59  $32
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $32

    Previews are the first performance with an audience.

    All Subscription purchases attract a $6.00 BASS transaction fee per subscriber.

    Download the booking form and send it in via:

    Mail | State Theatre Subscriptions C/-BASS, GPO Box 1269, Adelaide SA 5000

    Email | subscriptions@bass.net.au

    Fax | 08 8231 6310

    In person | Dunstan Playhouse Box Office, Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm

  • Making Live Theatre Accessible
    Sometimes going to the theatre can seem difficult or too expensive. Our Access Program makes sure that more South Australians can enjoy the experience of live theatre. That is why we offer a number of initiatives for unwaged people and low income earners with a Healthcare or Pension Card, and full time students.

    Pay-What-You-Can*
    Pay-what-you-can tickets are available for people who hold a Healthcare Card, Pensioner Concession Card or MEAA members. Simply donate $5.00 (or more!) to attend any matinee or Wednesday evening performance.  

    * Please note that tickets are subject to ticket availability. We do not offer Pay-what-you-can tickets to Opening Night performances.

    Company Rush*
    Last minute tickets are available to all matinee and Wednesday evening performances at the Box Office one hour before the show starts for only $32.

    *Tickets are subject to availability and no other offers or conditions apply. Rush tickets may not be available to Opening Night performances.

  • We believe that theatre is for everybody. We are committed to providing ways for as many people as possible to share the experience of theatre.

    Audio Description

    People with vision impairment are invited to attend specific performances with an audio description of the play designed for their needs. Prior to the performance ticket-holders will be treated to a pre-show discussion of the set, stage and aesthetics of the production. They will also be offered the opportunity to touch and feel props and costumes, and be introduced to the cast, to create the best possible experience for the theatre. Further audio information will be published on our website a few days prior to the performance. Dates for audio described performances appear below.

    For Audio Described bookings, please contact BASS Group Bookings on 08 8205 2220 or visit the BASS counter in the Adelaide Festival Centre.

    Access2Arts regularly feature extra information about our shows, including audio information about the script, set and costumes. Visit their website.

    Captioned Performances
    We provide a small number of captioned performances for select shows throughout the year for theatre goers who are hard of hearing. Dialogue is displayed in real time on screens next to the stage during the performance. Dates for captioned performances appear below.

    As not all seats will have the best view of the screens, please mark on your booking form if you require a caption accessible seat.

    Audio Enhancement
    Audience members who require hearing assistance can access the Beyerdynamic Hearing System in the Dunstan Playhouse and Space Theatre. Transmitter packs are available to borrow from BASS in the foyer 30 minutes before the performance. You are also welcome to your their own headphones.

    Auslan Interpretation
    Auslan interpreted performances of the Sense and Sensibility and The Gods Of Strangers are available. Please indicate on your booking form if you require Auslan accessible seats.

    Sense and Sensibility – Saturday 12 May 2pm, Sunday 20 May 3pm

    The Gods Of Strangers – Saturday 17 November 2pm, Sunday 2 December 3pm

    Wheelchair Access
    All our venues are wheelchair accessible. Please indicate on your booking form if you require a wheelchair accessible seat.

    Carers
    We offer a complimentary Companion Ticket for Companion/Carer card holders who attend performances with a patron with accessibility issues. Reserve your Companion Ticket on the booking form.

     

    Audio Described Performances
    Please join us one hour prior to the performance time listed below for a pre-show discussion and touch tour.

    The 2018 briefings will be held at the following times:

    In The Club
    Tues 13 March 6.30pm
    Sat 17 March 2.00pm

    After Dinner
    Sat 21 April 2.00pm
    Mon 23 April 6.30pm

    Sense and Sensibility
    Tues 22 May 6.30pm
    Sat 26 May 2.00pm

    Brothers Wreck
    Tues 10 July 6.30pm
    Sat 14 July 2.00pm

    Creditors
    Tues 31 July 6:30pm
    Sat 4 August 2.00pm

    That Eye, The Sky
    Tues 11 Sept 6.30pm
    Sat 15 Sept 2.00pm

    Faith Healer
    Tues 9 Oct 6.30pm
    Sat 13 Oct 2.00pm

    The Gods Of Strangers
    Sat 24 Nov 2.00pm
    Tues 27 Nov 6.30pm

     

    Captioned Performances

    After Dinner
    Wed 18 April 11.00am & 6.30pm

    Sense and Sensibility
    Wed 23 May 11.00am & 6.30pm

    Creditors
    Wed 1 August 11.00am & 6.30pm

    That Eye, The Sky
    Wed 12 Sept 11.00am & 6.30pm

    Faith Healer
    Wed 3 Oct 11.00am & 6.30pm

    The Gods Of Strangers
    Wed 21 Nov 11.00am & 6.30pm

    As not all seats will have the best view of the screens, please mark on your booking form if you require a caption accessible seat.

    Captioned performances are supported by Arts SA’s Arts & Disability Fund.

    Disability Access
    All State Theatre Company venues have excellent access facilities including hearing assistance, audio description for the vision impaired, wheelchair seat allocations, lifts, access car parks and toilets. When booking tickets, it is important that you inform BASS of any access requirements.

  • Join veteran Australian broadcaster and passionate Adelaide theatre patron Keith Conlon for intriguing analyses behind the scenes of State Theatre Company productions. Keith’s Matinee Club follows one special Wednesday matinee for select shows during their runs. You are invited to stay back in the theatre after the show to explore behind the curtain with Keith at no extra cost.

    After nearly four decades in Adelaide radio and TV, Keith Conlon is known as Mr. South Australia. An ambassador for the State’s culture and heritage on the award-winning Postcards show on NWS9, he was also a member of Adelaide’s leading breakfast radio team on FIVEaa.

    Keith will be hosting the following shows:

    In The Club 7 March 11am Odeon Theatre
    After Dinner 18 April 11am Dunstan Playhouse
    Sense and Sensibility 23 May 11am Dunstan Playhouse
    Brothers Wreck 11 July 11am Odeon Theatre
    Creditors 1 August 11am Space Theatre
    That Eye, The Sky 12 September 11am Dunstan Playhouse
    Faith Healer 3 October 11am Space Theatre
    The Gods Of Strangers 21 November 11am Dunstan Playhouse

     

  • Thanks to our friends at Channel 9, we’re offering $9 tickets for students through our great youth program $9 on 9.

    Simply present your valid student ID card to the BASS box office one hour prior to the performance to purchase a ticket to the show for only $9 at any of our productions throughout the year!

    Terms and Conditions:

    Tickets will be made available for sale on a cash only basis to students 1 hour prior to a performance commencing;
    Students must show a valid student ID card to be eligible for the scheme;
    Tickets are subject to availability; they cannot be booked in advance;
    Tickets are available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and the Sunday Matinee.

    ** $9 on 9 does not apply to our Umbrella productions such as 2017’s Rabbits and 2018’s Welcome The Bright World.

  • Hosted by State Library of South Australia; Tangent is your opportunity to engage with some of Australia’s finest theatre-makers and creative minds as they discuss the socio-political issues that form the central themes of our subscription season productions. These provocative panel discussions pit award winning designers, producers, writers and directors against each other or against guest experts on the topic. Tangent is an exciting series of conversations for lovers of words and theatre, held at the Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, State Library of South Australia on North Terrace.

    Tickets are just $7 and include a glass of wine and cheese before the discussion.

    Tangent events remaining for 2017 include:

    Switzerland – 25 September
    Vale – 30 October

    Panellists and more information will be announced closer to the date.

    The series will return with the 2018 season:

    In The Club – 12 February
    After Dinner – 19 March
    Sense and Sensibility – 9 April
    Brothers Wreck – 4 June
    Creditors – 2 July
    That Eye, The Sky – 6 August
    Faith Healer – 10 September
    The Gods Of Strangers – 22 October

    For more information, please contact State Library of South Australia on (08) 8207 7626 or book via slsa.sa.gov.au