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Prices & Ticket Types


  • SHOW

    TIME

    ADULT

    CONCESSION

    UNDER 30
    SECONDARY
    STUDENTS
    Black Is The New White Evenings  $84  $74  $38 $30
    Previews & Matinees  $74  $64  $38 $30

    Previews are the first performance on stage in front of 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.

     

    Concession prices are available to Pensioners, Seniors Card holders, full time students and Health Care Card holders.

     


  • SHOW

    TIME

    ADULT

    SENIOR

    CONCESSION
    UNDER 30/
    STUDENT
    FLEXI
    Dance Nation Evenings  $67  $59 $55 $35 $69
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $49 $35 $69
    The Gospel According to Paul Evenings  $67  $59  $55 $35 $69
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $49 $35 $69
    Single Asian Female Evenings  $67  $59  $55 $35 $69
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $49 $35 $69
    Euphoria Evenings  $61  $53  $49 $32 $64
    Previews & Matinees  $53  $45  $43 $32 $64
    The 7 Stages of Grieving Evenings  $61  $53  $49 $32 $64
    Previews & Matinees  $53  $45  $43 $32 $64
    The Writer Evenings  $67  $59  $55 $35 $69
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $49 $35 $69
    Gaslight Evenings  $67  $59  $55 $35 $69
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $49 $35 $69
    Ripcord Evenings  $67  $59  $55 $35 $69
    Previews & Matinees  $59  $51  $49 $35 $69

    Senior discount applies to South Australian Senior Card holders. Concession discount applies to government issued Pensioner and Health Care Card holders. Student discount applies to all full-time primary, secondary and tertiary students.

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

    Email | subscriptions@bass.net.au

    Fax | 08 8231 6310

    In person | Festival Theatre 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, full-time students or MEAA members. Simply donate a minimum of $5 to attend any matinee or Wednesday evening performance. Pay-what-you-can tickets can be purchased at the box office located in the Dunstan Playhouse Foyer from 1 hour prior to the performance and must be paid for via credit/debit card as Adelaide Festival Centre is now a cashless venue meaning all tickets, food and beverages must be paid for using a credit/debit card.

    * Please note that tickets are subject to ticket availability. We do not offer Pay-what-you-can tickets to Opening Night performances. Pay What You Can Tickets cannot be purchased in advance (online, via phone or at BASS outlets).

    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 $34.

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

  • At State Theatre Company South Australia, we believe theatre is for everybody. We’re committed to giving all South Australians the opportunity to experience theatre through our access program, which includes wheelchair access, AUSLAN interpretation, captioning, audio description and audio enhancement.

    For information on performance types, dates and how to book, please visit our Access page here.

  • At one special matinee performance each season, you’re invited to stay for a passionate behind-the-scenes exploration of our productions with the artists and crew involved in making the work.

    Presented by a different guest host each time, these sessions are a great way to connect with the theatremakers, ask questions and engage with the show on a whole new level.

    There’s no extra charge, simply come along to one of the following matinees:

    Black Is The New White 20 November 11am Dunstan Playhouse

     

  • 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.

    Tickets: $10 (includes a glass of wine and cheese before the discussion).

    Panellist names and topics will be released closer to the date.

    The series will return with the 2019 season:

    Animal Farm – 11 February
    The Club – 18 March
    Hydra – 11 April
    End of the Rainbow – 13 May
    A View from the Bridge – 24 June
    Jasper Jones  – 29 July
    The 39 Steps – 16 Sep
    Black Is The New White – 28 Oct

    For more information, please contact State Theatre Company on 8415 5333.