The Art House Introduces Under 30s Pricing

A regular night out at the theatre can be out of reach for many young adults, but in its new 2017 program The Art House Wyong has introduced discount under 30s pricing on seven of its biggest 2017 shows, with the aim of making national-quality theatre accessible for everyone. Under 30s can access discounted tickets up to 30% off World-class contemporary dance from Sydney Dance Company and Australian Dance Theatre, music from the 7 Sopranos and Jane Rutter and Teddy Tahu Rhodes, plays Coranderrk and The 7 Stages of Grieving and aerial hijinks and acrobatics from Circus Oz. Children and pensioners are also able to access these and other discounts off full price theatre tickets.


Tickets can be purchased for these shows, and all The Art House’s 2017 line-up, from  or direct from the box office on 4335 1485.


Information courtesy of

Emily Carryer / Marketing/Box Office Manager


The Art House

+61 2 4335 1485
+61 409 415 192

19 Margaret Street, Wyong NSW 2259

P.O. Box 376, Wyong NSW 2259

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