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Canberra Theatre Centre Season Launch 2018

By Sophia Brady - 20 October 2017 0

Madame Butterfly - image by Georges Antoni

Madame Butterfly – image by Georges Antoni.

Canberra Theatre Centre has launched their 2018 season. Featuring a curated collection of the best work from around the country, the Collected Works 2018 season brings together the country’s up-and-coming playwrights, fiercest conversations, inspirational music and electrifying dance performances. The season ahead is set to confront us with our greatest fears, endear us with honest laughter, and remind us that there are some experiences in life that we all share.

The 2018 season has some powerhouse performances including Amanda Muggleton in Masterclass, Virginia Gay in Calamity Jane and two Bell Shakespeare productions starring Kenneth Ransom as Julius Caeser and Catherine McClements in Antony and Cleopatra.

Virginia Gay in Calamity Jane - image by John Mcrea

Virginia Gay in Calamity Jane – image by John Mcrea.

Antony and Cleopatra - image by Pierre Toussaint

Catherine McClements in Antony and Cleopatra – image by Pierre Toussaint.

Canberra Theatre Centre will also welcome back some favourites, including Sydney Dance Company, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Australian Opera (with one of the world’s most famous love stories, Madame Butterfly), along with State Theatre Company of South Australia’s sparkling adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.

The season ahead will feature two Australian Premiere’s of Complicité, a thought-provoking new piece on cancer, plus Australian Dance Theatre’s The Beginning of Nature and the multi-Helpmann award-winning show, The Bleeding Tree.

If the above snippet of the upcoming season sounds up your alley and you are interested in seeing four or more performances, then why not become a season ticket holder? There are some great benefits from the guarantee of the best seats available, saving up to 17% on single ticket prices and much more.

Bangarra Dark Emu - image by Daniel Boud

Bangarra Dark Emu – image by Daniel Boud.

Some of the perks to becoming a season ticket holder:

GET THE BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE
Season Ticket holders, enjoy the luxury of choosing the best seats in the house – before they go on sale to the public.

SAVE MONEY
Every Season Ticket is discounted!
With concession discounts and further savings for people under 30 also available.

THE INSIDE RUNNING
Season Ticket holders have an exclusive opportunity to buy tickets for exciting new shows before they go on public sale.

FLEXIBILITY
Plans may change – when that happens, you can exchange your tickets free of charge for another performance of the same production (provided that seats are available).

DISCOUNTED DRINK VOUCHERS
Enjoy discounted drink vouchers and the opportunity to pre-order interval drinks.

PAY IN INSTALLMENTS
Pay half now and the rest later!

Pay half of your season ticket now and the other half on 1st April 2018.

BEHIND THE SCENES
Learn more about the shows, the artists and their inspirations in a series of interactive forums.

FIRST IN BEST DRESSED
Existing season ticket holders have the opportunity to purchase tickets first from October 16th and new season bookers can snap up seats from Monday 6th November, with single tickets on sale from Monday 13th November.

HOBNOB WITH THE GLITTERATI AT OPENING NIGHT EVENTS
Season Ticket holders can book selected Gala Opening Nights with automatic entry into après-show functions or Post Show Mingle nights.

INVITE A FRIEND
Let your family and friends share your love of theatre with additional tickets at special discounted prices.

Sound good? For more information and to book tickets, visit https://canberratheatrecentre.com.au

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