Attending Adelaide Festival’s program of world-class performances and exhibitions opens up opportunities for students to develop as active and interrogative theatregoers and cultural critics and consider new perspectives on the world in which they live. This shared experience between teachers and students is a powerful way to inspire critical debate on big ideas, important global themes and motivate creative practice.
Thanks to the generous philanthropic support from the Lang Foundation, we are able to offer special prices for schools wanting to attend the below events (unless differently indicated):
$20 per student / $15 per student for Equity
Transaction fees apply
Full-time Student prices are also available for most events: students can access these discounts independently, booking online and picking up their tickets at the venue box office showing their Student ID.
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Please note that due to limited capacity and for contact tracing purposes, schools will be required to book in advance their attendance to free events as well as ticketed events.
For all school bookings, please fill in the booking form and contact email@example.com
For school enquiries and to sign up to the Teacher’s eNews, contact Julie Orchard: firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 8216 4487
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Teacher resources are currently being developed for these shows with information and links to ACARA, SACE and IB. These will be available in February to download on the event pages of each show.
Thanks to the generous philanthropic support of Thyne Reid Foundation and in partnership with The Mill, we are able to deliver a program of masterclasses and hands-on workshops for both professionals and students of dance and music with world class artists from the Festival program.
Circus Masterclass with Gravity & Other Myths
Physical Theatre Masterclass with Branch Nebula
COVID-19 Attendance Requirements
The Adelaide Festival can only go ahead where we can meet our COVID Management plan as approved by SA Health, and your co-operation to meet these requirements is vital for your group to be able to attend:
- All School Groups must complete an SA Health Contact Tracing Record form for all your attendees and hand the completed form to Box Office staff on the day of your attendance.
- Note: completing and supplying this form means that your group will not need to use the QR Code check-in process.
- All attendees should bring and prepare to wear a mask in the foyer and/or auditorium as directed.
The Youth & Education Program is generously supported by the Lang Foundation.
The Adelaide Festival thanks Diané Ranck for her kind support.