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Caper School of Performing Arts


Riverside Theatre


04 November - 18 November 2018

Event Type

Live Event

16th annual concert

Performance Dates & Times:
Sunday 4 November 2pm
Sunday 11 November 2pm
Sunday 18 November 10am
Sunday 18 November 5pm
Please Note: These performances contain smoke haze, strobe lighting and loud noises

On Sale Date:
Sunday 4 November 2pm – onsale Friday 28 September at 9am
Sunday 11 November 2pm – onsale Tuesday 2 October at 9am
Sunday 18 November 10am – onsale Wednesday 3 October at 9am
Sunday 18 November 5pm – onsale Friday 5 October at 9am

Tickets will be available to purchase over the counter, the phone and online. The fastest way to secure your tickets is online. Please note that the call centre will be very busy and you may experience wait times of up to 30 minutes. Please note counter sales will be limited to 1 cashier.

Booking Rules:
Please note, a maximum of 10 tickets can be purchased when booking online.
You will require a credit card to purchase online or over the phone.

We are able to reserve tickets for a maximum of 2 days for this performance.

Seating Map:
To get a better idea of Riverside Theatres seating, please download our seating map here. Please note, Riverside Theatre is made up on 3 levels. They include The Stalls (L1 – Ground Level), Circle (L2 – Level 2) and Gallery (L3 – Level 3).

Special Access:
If you require any special seating requirements for wheelchairs, walkers, vision impairment and the like, please call Box Office on 8839 3399. For more information on Riverside’s access please click here.

For information on parking please click here.

Ticket Options

Concert 1, 2 & 4 - Adult $44
Concert 1, 2 & 4 - Child 12 & Under $34
Concert 3 - Adult $27.50
Concert 3 - Child 12 & Under $22.50
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60


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