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Something on Saturday

For 2-10 year olds, every Saturday afternoon at the Adelaide Festival Centre from 2 May – 5 September

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Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday program has been delighting and entertaining children every Saturday throughout winter for 38 years. From performances of all kinds to craft workshops, this is every child’s chance to experience the transformative world of the arts.

Each week of the season there is a live performance with tickets from just $14.50. It’s cheaper than a movie ticket…truly the best value in quality children’s entertainment in Adelaide.

Our Foundation Kids Corner FREE Craft Workshops allow children and parents/care-givers to get hands-on together making fun arts and crafts each week of the season. Workshops are free with no bookings required. Come to a live show, join in a workshop or do both…it’s up to you!

Check out the 2015 program


If you buy tickets to four or more Something on Saturday shows in one transaction, you can:

  • Access the priority booking period – subscribers have a priority booking period until Thursday 2 April
  • Save on ticket prices – tickets start from just $11.50
  • Become an Adelaide Festival Centre Subscriber, which entitles you to a whole host of benefits.
  • You can add additional tickets to any of your subscription choices; but, to make sure that we can give you the best seats, if you want additional tickets to any of the Reserved Seating Shows (I Wanna Be A Mermaid, Alice in Wonderland, The Little Mermaid or Carnival of the Animals) call BASS 131246.

Subscribers can then buy subscription priced tickets to all other shows presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre for the rest of 2015. For example, when the Adelaide Cabaret Festival releases its program at the start of April, you can log onto your account and purchase tickets at the relevant subscription price for your chosen show/s.

Check out the other benefits and terms and conditions of being an Adelaide Festival Centre Subscriber


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