Arts House launches affordable ticketing initiative for all 2021 shows

Arts House launches affordable ticketing initiative for all 2021 shows

'Jurrungu Ngan-ga [Straight Talk]' - photo by Abby Murray
Words by Kate Streader

Tickets to all upcoming Arts House shows will be just $20.

Launching into its season two program this week, Melbourne contemporary performance hub, Arts House, is making its upcoming run of shows accessible with a new affordable ticketing initiative.

What you need to know

  • Arts House is offering $20 tickets to all upcoming shows
  • The season two program launches on Wednesday July 7
  • The program features a range of performances spanning dance, music, installation, and more

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Season two launches on Wednesday July 7 with SYSTEM_ERROR, a collaboration with Chamber Made exploring the relationship between human bodies, brains, and technology through a unique performance melding kinetic art, music, and installation.

Next off the bat, SINK + Mulch Underground will present a double bill featuring an intimate percussive performance from Simona Castricum accompanied by visual art from Carla Zimbler, and a performative installation from Lichen Kelp, Dylan Martorell, Jason Hood, and Benjamin Hancock.

In August, Arts House will welcome back longtime collaborators Marrugeku for Jurrungu Ngan-ga [Straight Talk], a visceral dance work drawing parallels between the unconscionably high rates of Indigenous incarceration and the indefinite detainment of asylum seekers.

Finally, September will bring feminist duo The Rabble to the Arts House stage for YES, a poignant work unpacking consent, power, knowledge, and truth.

Ensuring Melburnians don’t miss out on any upcoming shows, Arts House is offering $20 tickets to all performances for the remainder of 2021.

“We want to make it easy to connect with big questions, provocative ideas and sublime beauty. All of our shows – many of them Australian premieres, from companies and artists at the very top of their game – will be just $20 for everyone,” said the Arts House team of the ticketing initiative.


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For tickets and more information, visit the Arts House website