Become a friend of Seesaw

Become a friend of Seesaw

Become a Seesaw friend from just $5.50/month*

Get unrivalled access to Perth’s arts scene with invitations, discounted tickets, special offers, backstage access and MORE!

As a friend of Seesaw, you will not only get special access to the best in the West, but you will be supporting Seesaw to continue to critique and champion Western Australia’s vibrant arts sector and to ensure that our content remains FREE and accessible for everyone.

Seesaw Friends will receive offers from West Australian arts companies and organisations including Perth Festival, West Australian Symphony Orchestra, West Australian Ballet, Barking Gecko Theatre, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Revelation Film Festival, Performing Lines WA, Giovanni Consort, Voyces… with more to come! Scroll down to see current offers.

Sign up NOW for just $5.50/month*

Make the most of the WA arts playground! Become a Friend of Seesaw.

*Paid in a single $66 annual instalment (incl. GST).

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Current offers for Seesaw Friends

Barking Gecko Theatre: $25 tickets to HOUSE and Bambert’s Book of Lost Stories.
Perth Festival: discount on tickets to:
Anthem;
Quartet & Country – Australian String Quartet with Lou Bennett;
Ngaiire + Emma Donovan & The Putbacks;
Unmoderated Series at Literature & Ideas: Money, Power and Sex.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre: $20 tickets to all 2020 in-theatre seasons.
Voyces: $5 off all regular and concession tickets.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra: Unique opportunity to attend a final rehearsal for the Masters Series concert “Asher Fish, Mozart and Bruckner”.

Plus enter Friends-only competitions to win

Tickets to the opening night of Minneapolis, Will Mahony’s new work, at Subiaco Arts Centre on Wednesday 15 July 2020.
10 double passes to the 2020 Revelation Film Festival; and one double pass to each Australian Revelations event.
A double pass to West Australian Ballet’s “Behind the Scenes” events (each theatre season has a separate event and comp.)

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