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The GreenRoom at Adelaide Festival Centre

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by Chelsea Ayling (subscribe)
Adelaide-girl relocated to Melbourne. Healthy obsession with live music, film and performance, whiskey, wine and gin, Mexican food, brunch.
Published June 7th 2011
If you're under 30 and into the arts, you're probably cursing the ticket price for shows when they're more than about $30. And you're probably missing out on too many things for your liking.

Never fear - the Adelaide Festival Centre's Green Room program is here to get you cultured on the cheap.

The GreenRoom is for people aged 16 to 30. For just $20 you can have access to a year of heavily discounted tickets (from $19.95) to a range of shows, including music, theatre and dance.

In 2010, GreenRoom members got to see Megan Washington and Paul Grabowski, along with more than 20 acts at obscenely cheap prices.

In 2011, there's a stack of Cabaret Festival acts going for $19.95, including the lovely Molly Pope and more.



And throughout the year, extra opportunities come up just for GreenRoom members. So if you want to be in on voice lessons with the Soweto Gospel Choir, or song writing with Megan Washington, get into it.

I've saved more than $300 on tickets for Adelaide performances in less than a year, just by spending $20 for a Green Room membership. And if you join now, you'll get the new 'passport' card which - once you've been to 6 eligible shows - will get you yet another bonus for being a member.

So don't wait around, this is for under 30s only and you're not getting any younger. Join online and start saving money and experience the broad range of shows the Adelaide Festival Centre has to offer.



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Why? Because you don't want to miss that next great show
When: Right this instant
Where: Online at the Adelaide Festival Centre website
Cost: $20 for a year, or $30 for two
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