Ticketed Events

The SS&A plays host to many amazing acts throughout the year. See details below for how to purchase tickets to see some of your favourite performers at a fantastic venue today! Hurry, tickets are limited.


Lewis Spears

Saturday 26 October

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $35 + BF | 18+

Lewis Spears is ready for war.

His fifth tour in as many years, Lewis is back again with a brand new show full of material you probably shouldn’t laugh at but definitely will

After performing to packed comedy clubs in New York city, headlining across Australia and dominating online, Lewis is on his way to international fame and breaking ground for the next generation of Australian comics.

Spears is well known for his brilliant and divisive material, with clips of his standup raking in millions of views, previous shows selling out far in advance and his comedy special “Death Threats Don’t Scare Me” breaking world records.

Don’t miss your chance to see Lewis Spears in his element. This year he’s taking a stand.
For too long we’ve been letting things slide, from slow walkers to offended people with blogs and
(if we’re being honest) America in general.

It’s time to do something about it.

It’s time for #NoSlideSeason

Book now or miss out.


Alex Lahey

Sunday 27 October

Doors 7pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $30 + BF| 18+

Alex Lahey won the Unearthed prize for new artists from Australian radio network Triple J, Lahey’s first EP, the five song B-Grade University, was issued by Caroline Australia Records in August 2016, and she hit the road as opening act for Tegan and Sara. The American indie label Dead Oceans struck a deal with Lahey in January 2017 and promptly reissued B-Grade University in the United States. October 2017 saw the international release of Lahey’s first full-length album, I Love You Like a Brother, which received positive reviews in the United States and the Antipodes. Laheylaunched her first North American tour a month later, which included an appearance on the chat show Late Night with Seth Meyers. Following more touring in Australia, Lahey returned to the studio and began work on her second album, the more mature and eclectic 2019 release The Best of Luck Club.

Appearing at SS&A Sunday 27th October – Doors 7pm – Alex 8.45pm


Don’t change- The Ultimate INXS Experience

Friday 1 November

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $22.15 | 18+

Don’t Change – Ultimate INXS is the No.1 touring tribute production on the Australian market. This world class production captures all the energy, passion, and unforgettable live performances that made INXS a world-wide phenomenon. Attention to detail in its musicality, staging and costuming make this production more than just a show; it’s an experience that teleports you to a time when live music was king. Don’t Change – Ultimate INXS brings to life the music from every INXS album. A must for every fan and lover of live music.


Men of Dreams

Saturday 16 November

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $30 | 18+

Hold onto your seats ladies (and gentlemen), because the world’s most popular male entertainment has now landed on Australian shores! It’s out with the old and in with the new (or should we say, nude) for the biggest, best and most dynamic show yet! For the ultimate old-fashioned girls night out then Men of Dreams will ensure your night is a success!

You’ll see some familiar faces and recognise some International stars who all have the looks, the body, the moves and the charm to get your hearts racing and your face smiling!


Drapht

Sunday 24 November

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $25 + BF | 18+

With a platinum record, multi platinum and gold singles and two ARIA already under his belt, it’s no great secret that Drapht is a songwriting prodigy.
Fifth album Seven Mirrors continues the upward incline of Drapht’s artistic output, showing off even more songwriting flair and linguistic dexterity than ever before. Piecing each song together with a myriad of rhythmical, melodic and lyrical hooks, Seven Mirrors puts Drapht’s arsenal of musical  weapons in the hands of an amazing musician that is playing at SS&A.


Dimboola

Friday 6 December

Doors 6.45pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $55 + BF | 18+

Tickets are $55.00 + Booking Fee per head, which includes two course meal, plus you are part of the funniest Aussie wedding ever staged!

Doors from 6.45pm and meals start at 7.15pm

Dimboola – A Christmas Wedding opens at SS&A on December 6 for a two night run of the best Aussie wedding you will ever see.

Dimboola is hilariously funny, because it brings together 16 stereotypical characters – who wouldn’t recognise the closet-alcoholic aunt, the precocious but brattish bridesmaid, the “do we have to invite them” family members, the friends who drink too much at the festivities, and the bottom-pinching priest? – in a typical 1960s Aussie country wedding between a Catholic bride and Protestant groom. But of course, while we all recognise each character, it would be a nightmare wedding to have to deal with all of them at once!

But Dimboola isn’t just a play, it’s an experience, because the setting is the wedding reception, where all the members of the audience become the guests at the reception, with a two course meal included as they watch the antics of the bridal table cast. So don’t just get the script – go see the play performed. And enjoy your experience.

Doors open at 6.45pm meals starts at 7.15pm with the wedding party due at 7.30pm.


Dimboola

Saturday 7 December

Doors 6.45pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $55 + BF | 18+

Tickets are $55.00 + Booking Fee per head, which includes two course meal, plus you are part of the funniest Aussie wedding ever staged!

Doors from 6.45pm and meals start at 7.15pm

Dimboola – A Christmas Wedding opens at SS&A on December 6 for a two night run of the best Aussie wedding you will ever see.

Dimboola is hilariously funny, because it brings together 16 stereotypical characters – who wouldn’t recognise the closet-alcoholic aunt, the precocious but brattish bridesmaid, the “do we have to invite them” family members, the friends who drink too much at the festivities, and the bottom-pinching priest? – in a typical 1960s Aussie country wedding between a Catholic bride and Protestant groom. But of course, while we all recognise each character, it would be a nightmare wedding to have to deal with all of them at once!

But Dimboola isn’t just a play, it’s an experience, because the setting is the wedding reception, where all the members of the audience become the guests at the reception, with a two course meal included as they watch the antics of the bridal table cast. So don’t just get the script – go see the play performed. And enjoy your experience.

Doors open at 6.45pm meals starts at 7.15pm with the wedding party due at 7.30pm.


Dimboola

Sunday 8 December

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Doors 6.45pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $55 + BF | 18+

Tickets are $55.00 + Booking Fee per head, which includes two course meal, plus you are part of the funniest Aussie wedding ever staged!

Doors from 6.45pm and meals start at 7.15pm

Dimboola – A Christmas Wedding opens at SS&A on December 6 for a two night run of the best Aussie wedding you will ever see.

Dimboola is hilariously funny, because it brings together 16 stereotypical characters – who wouldn’t recognise the closet-alcoholic aunt, the precocious but brattish bridesmaid, the “do we have to invite them” family members, the friends who drink too much at the festivities, and the bottom-pinching priest? – in a typical 1960s Aussie country wedding between a Catholic bride and Protestant groom. But of course, while we all recognise each character, it would be a nightmare wedding to have to deal with all of them at once!

But Dimboola isn’t just a play, it’s an experience, because the setting is the wedding reception, where all the members of the audience become the guests at the reception, with a two course meal included as they watch the antics of the bridal table cast. So don’t just get the script – go see the play performed. And enjoy your experience.

Doors open at 6.45pm meals starts at 7.15pm with the wedding party due at 7.30pm.


Queen Forever

Saturday 14 December

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Doors 7.30pm

SS&A Auditorium
Tickets $30 + BF | 18+

Prepare to be blown away with the magic that is Queen Forever – The Australian Queen Tribute Show. One of the most powerful and dynamic live acts in music history is recreated on stage with such brilliance and accuracy, you’ll think you’re seeing the real thing. You’ll hear all the hits like We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, Don’t Stop Me Now, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Somebody to Love and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody. The essence of Queen is captured perfectly with incredible costumes, a stunning portrayal of Freddie Mercury by Gareth Hill and a stage show that will blow you away. Whether you’re 18 or 70, this show is for you!!