2023 Seymour Season Multipacks

30 Nov 2022 - 20 Oct 2023

See more and save with a 2023 Seymour Season multipack

Experience outstanding independent theatre for less with a Seymour Season multipack. Book tickets for multiple shows in our 2023 season and save up to 20%:

  • Buy two or three shows and save 10%
  • Buy four or five shows and save 15%
  • Buy six shows and save 20%

Our 2023 season shows

Our 2023 Seymour Season spotlights inventive new Australian drama plus compelling work from the international stage. We journey to the birthplace of Australia's fierce gay rights movement in CAMP, we visit a new kind of Neverland in The Lost Boys, we meet Shakespeare’s most significant yet least celebrated rival in Venus and Adonis—and more. Find out more about each show below.

Online bookings

Book your multipack at the link above by selecting your preferred shows, dates, times, and ticket types. You’ll then be prompted to add your personal details and make payment. Once completed, you will receive a booking confirmation via email.

Access bookings

If you have access needs, please contact the Box Office on 02 9061 5344 to book your multipack over the phone. Please click to view access information for the venue.

Free exchanges

Change of plans? Exchange your multipack tickets to another performance time without incurring a fee. Applies to the same show for the first exchange. Additional exchanges will incur a fee of $5.50. To make an exchange, please contact the Box Office on 02 9061 5344.

Extra tickets

Want to share your theatre experience with a friend? Once you've finalised your multipack purchase online, just contact the Box Office on 02 9061 5344 to add a standard single ticket to your order. Please have your multipack booking reference number ready.

★★★★½ "The credibility of the writing and intimacy of the production make every minute matter; it shows us something painfully, perfectly, recognisably alive." The Sydney Morning Herald on Green Park

In 1972, the body of a murdered lecturer floats in the River Torrens, a young woman escapes a lobotomy to ‘cure’ her sexuality, and a single mum struggles to find her place in a society that brands her as ‘abnormal’.

CAMP, a new play by Elias Jamieson Brown (Green Park), welcomes you to the punk lands of the 1970s, and the birth of Australia's fierce gay rights movement.

Directed by Kate Gaul, CAMP chronicles the struggles, successes, and legacy of early Pride activists who risked family, careers, and imprisonment to achieve social change in Australia.

It is a story of murder, corruption, love, and liberation, set across five decades of glorious queer history and inspired by true stories from those who were there.

Find out more about CAMP.

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"[Squabbalogic is] a breath of fresh air on the Sydney musical theatre scene." Stage Whispers

In the footsteps of their award-winning, sell-out productions of The Drowsy Chaperone and Man of La Mancha, Squabbalogic again blends time, genre, heart, and humour by revising and revamping this winsome 1970s Barbra Streisand-starring screwball comedy for today.

On A Clear Day is quirky, romantic, supernatural, and utterly charming. Overlooked, curious, unusual, and unexpected, this world premiere chamber adaptation adds a queer twist for 2023.

In an effort to quit nicotine, David Gamble (Jay James-Moody, The Book of Mormon) enlists hypnosis researcher, Dr Mark Bruckner (Blake Bowden, The Phantom of the Opera). But their sessions soon turn otherworldly as the doctor discovers inside David’s mind Melinda Welles (Madeleine Jones, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), a sparkling woman who died tragically a century earlier—and soon David, Mark, and Melinda are caught in a comic cosmic love triangle with only two bodies.

On A Clear Day is a hilarious and heartwarming comedy of errors, exploring modern themes of sexuality, gender, and ethics in a fast-paced, joyous, and musical delight.

Find out more about On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.

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★★★★★ "Jammed with ideas, rich with humanity... a modern classic." The Times

After sell-out success at London’s National Theatre and a smash-hit West End run, Nina Raine’s acclaimed play, Consent, makes its Australian premiere.  

Friends Ed and Tim take opposing briefs in a rape case. The key witness is a woman whose life seems a world away from theirs. At home, the barristers’ own lives unravel in a frenzy of betrayals and recrimination.  

Brought to the stage by the award-winning Outhouse Theatre Co (Ulster AmericanHeroes of the Fourth Turning, The Flick), this intricately constructed drama pings with questions of consent not just sexual but personal, probing the murky moral terrain of the courtroom and the marriage bed, and putting Justice herself in the dock.

Also known for her extraordinary 2010 play, Tribes, Raine’s Consent is rich with ideas and theatrical ingenuity, a work of sparkling intelligence, wit, and power that "elevates its writer into the major league of British playwrights" (Variety).

Why is Justice blind? Is she impartial? Or is she blinkered?

Find out more about Consent.

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★★★★★ "What a joy it is knowing audacious independent theatre like this is being made and performed in Australia." Time Out on U.B.U: A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe

"There are some demons even Hell won't shelter..."

A young woman is sent to an isolated country estate to care for two children. A boy and a girl. Miles and Flora. 

The children are charming, if perhaps a little too precocious. And for a while everything seems perfect. But something is gathering, waiting. There is a figure in the darkness.

And there are sins that don't die with the sinner.

A brand-new adaptation of one of the most celebrated horror stories ever written, The Turn of the Screw is a creeping and malevolent exploration of the way the crimes of the past poison long into the future.

Based on the classic novella by Henry James and written and directed by Tooth and Sinew's Richard Hilliar (U.B.U: A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe), this psychological thriller will leave you questioning your senses and checking every shadow.

Find out more about The Turn of the Screw.

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★★★★ "A luscious, visual feast and a remarkable achievement." Limelight Magazine

It’s 1593. Theatres are closed, players out of work, houses bolted, people terrified by the touch of another’s skin, the breath of another’s air.

Shakespeare, syphilitic and dangerously bored, publishes a scandalous response to the pestilence—Venus and Adonis, an epic poem about the very things lost to us, like intimacy, identity, and the erotic freedom of touch.

Fanning the flames, he stages this hot work of scandal before Queen Lizzie the 1st, and puts a rival and a revelation in the leading role—Emilia Lanyer, the woman who would become the first professional female poet ever published in the English language, and Shakespeare’s most significant, yet least celebrated, rival.

Released as a feature film in 2020 and finally making its world premiere on stage, this new original play is Lanyer's incredible story—and that of a company of players seeking a new fix, rehearsing and unlocking history’s most influential masterpiece of intimacy, copiousness, and copulation.

Find out more about Venus and Adonis.

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★★★★½ "[An] inventive, brilliantly staged and sharply drilled ensemble piece... a must-see." - Audrey Journal on Symphonie Fantastique

From Little Eggs Collective comes The Lost Boys, a devised, multidisciplinary, ensemble-based theatre work inspired by the classic text, Peter and Wendy, by J.M. Barrie.

Peter and Wendy's Neverland presents an opportunity for unending play, real magic, joyous chaos, and intoxicating ferocity—an opportunity to experiment with elements of the classic to harness the power of young people forgotten by the real world.

Working across live music, movement, and spoken word to deliver highly collaborative, accessible, timely, and compelling performances, Little Eggs Collective represents a unique contribution to Australian contemporary theatre.

Their production of Symphonie Fantastique was awarded Best Independent Theatre Production at the 2021 Sydney Theatre Awards, and they are known for their original music, ambitious design, imaginative world-building, and "impeccably sophisticated display[s] of ensemble work" (Audrey Journal).

Celebratory, unhinged and deliciously dark, join Little Eggs at The Lost Boys and enter a tumultuous world of preteens, navigating an everlasting realm ruled by a boy king who thrives on volatility.

Find out more about The Lost Boys.

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We are a registered COVID-Safe business with measures in place to make your next Seymour visit safe and enjoyable. Find out more about our safety measures.

Transaction fees

$6 transaction fee applies to multipack purchases.

Transfer restrictions

Multipack tickets are not transferable. The name on the ticket must match that of the ticket holder. If you cannot attend the performance you originally booked, you can exchange your ticket for another date and/or time.

End dates

20% discount offer ends Fri 3 Mar 2023.
15% discount offer ends Fri 23 Jun 2023.
10% discount offer ends Fri 20 Oct 2023.

★★★★½ "The credibility of the writing and intimacy of the production make every minute matter; it shows us something painfully, perfectly, recognisably alive." The Sydney Morning Herald on Green Park

In 1972, the body of a murdered lecturer floats in the River Torrens, a young woman escapes a lobotomy to ‘cure’ her sexuality, and a single mum struggles to find her place in a society that brands her as ‘abnormal’.

CAMP, a new play by Elias Jamieson Brown (Green Park), welcomes you to the punk lands of the 1970s, and the birth of Australia's fierce gay rights movement.

Directed by Kate Gaul, CAMP chronicles the struggles, successes, and legacy of early Pride activists who risked family, careers, and imprisonment to achieve social change in Australia.

It is a story of murder, corruption, love, and liberation, set across five decades of glorious queer history and inspired by true stories from those who were there.

Find out more about CAMP.

View CAMP multipack ticket prices.

Buy a multipack.

"[Squabbalogic is] a breath of fresh air on the Sydney musical theatre scene." Stage Whispers

In the footsteps of their award-winning, sell-out productions of The Drowsy Chaperone and Man of La Mancha, Squabbalogic again blends time, genre, heart, and humour by revising and revamping this winsome 1970s Barbra Streisand-starring screwball comedy for today.

On A Clear Day is quirky, romantic, supernatural, and utterly charming. Overlooked, curious, unusual, and unexpected, this world premiere chamber adaptation adds a queer twist for 2023.

In an effort to quit nicotine, David Gamble (Jay James-Moody, The Book of Mormon) enlists hypnosis researcher, Dr Mark Bruckner (Blake Bowden, The Phantom of the Opera). But their sessions soon turn otherworldly as the doctor discovers inside David’s mind Melinda Welles (Madeleine Jones, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), a sparkling woman who died tragically a century earlier—and soon David, Mark, and Melinda are caught in a comic cosmic love triangle with only two bodies.

On A Clear Day is a hilarious and heartwarming comedy of errors, exploring modern themes of sexuality, gender, and ethics in a fast-paced, joyous, and musical delight.

Find out more about On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.

View On A Clear Day You Can See Forever multipack ticket prices.

Buy a multipack.

★★★★★ "Jammed with ideas, rich with humanity... a modern classic." The Times

After sell-out success at London’s National Theatre and a smash-hit West End run, Nina Raine’s acclaimed play, Consent, makes its Australian premiere.  

Friends Ed and Tim take opposing briefs in a rape case. The key witness is a woman whose life seems a world away from theirs. At home, the barristers’ own lives unravel in a frenzy of betrayals and recrimination.  

Brought to the stage by the award-winning Outhouse Theatre Co (Ulster AmericanHeroes of the Fourth Turning, The Flick), this intricately constructed drama pings with questions of consent not just sexual but personal, probing the murky moral terrain of the courtroom and the marriage bed, and putting Justice herself in the dock.

Also known for her extraordinary 2010 play, Tribes, Raine’s Consent is rich with ideas and theatrical ingenuity, a work of sparkling intelligence, wit, and power that "elevates its writer into the major league of British playwrights" (Variety).

Why is Justice blind? Is she impartial? Or is she blinkered?

Find out more about Consent.

View Consent multipack ticket prices.

Buy a multipack.

★★★★★ "What a joy it is knowing audacious independent theatre like this is being made and performed in Australia." Time Out on U.B.U: A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe

"There are some demons even Hell won't shelter..."

A young woman is sent to an isolated country estate to care for two children. A boy and a girl. Miles and Flora. 

The children are charming, if perhaps a little too precocious. And for a while everything seems perfect. But something is gathering, waiting. There is a figure in the darkness.

And there are sins that don't die with the sinner.

A brand-new adaptation of one of the most celebrated horror stories ever written, The Turn of the Screw is a creeping and malevolent exploration of the way the crimes of the past poison long into the future.

Based on the classic novella by Henry James and written and directed by Tooth and Sinew's Richard Hilliar (U.B.U: A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe), this psychological thriller will leave you questioning your senses and checking every shadow.

Find out more about The Turn of the Screw.

View The Turn of the Screw multipack ticket prices.

Buy a multipack.

★★★★ "A luscious, visual feast and a remarkable achievement." Limelight Magazine

It’s 1593. Theatres are closed, players out of work, houses bolted, people terrified by the touch of another’s skin, the breath of another’s air.

Shakespeare, syphilitic and dangerously bored, publishes a scandalous response to the pestilence—Venus and Adonis, an epic poem about the very things lost to us, like intimacy, identity, and the erotic freedom of touch.

Fanning the flames, he stages this hot work of scandal before Queen Lizzie the 1st, and puts a rival and a revelation in the leading role—Emilia Lanyer, the woman who would become the first professional female poet ever published in the English language, and Shakespeare’s most significant, yet least celebrated, rival.

Released as a feature film in 2020 and finally making its world premiere on stage, this new original play is Lanyer's incredible story—and that of a company of players seeking a new fix, rehearsing and unlocking history’s most influential masterpiece of intimacy, copiousness, and copulation.

Find out more about Venus and Adonis.

View Venus and Adonis multipack ticket prices.

Buy a multipack.

★★★★½ "[An] inventive, brilliantly staged and sharply drilled ensemble piece... a must-see." - Audrey Journal on Symphonie Fantastique

From Little Eggs Collective comes The Lost Boys, a devised, multidisciplinary, ensemble-based theatre work inspired by the classic text, Peter and Wendy, by J.M. Barrie.

Peter and Wendy's Neverland presents an opportunity for unending play, real magic, joyous chaos, and intoxicating ferocity—an opportunity to experiment with elements of the classic to harness the power of young people forgotten by the real world.

Working across live music, movement, and spoken word to deliver highly collaborative, accessible, timely, and compelling performances, Little Eggs Collective represents a unique contribution to Australian contemporary theatre.

Their production of Symphonie Fantastique was awarded Best Independent Theatre Production at the 2021 Sydney Theatre Awards, and they are known for their original music, ambitious design, imaginative world-building, and "impeccably sophisticated display[s] of ensemble work" (Audrey Journal).

Celebratory, unhinged and deliciously dark, join Little Eggs at The Lost Boys and enter a tumultuous world of preteens, navigating an everlasting realm ruled by a boy king who thrives on volatility.

Find out more about The Lost Boys.

View The Lost Boys multipack ticket prices.

Buy a multipack.

We are a registered COVID-Safe business with measures in place to make your next Seymour visit safe and enjoyable. Find out more about our safety measures.

Transaction fees

$6 transaction fee applies to multipack purchases.

Transfer restrictions

Multipack tickets are not transferable. The name on the ticket must match that of the ticket holder. If you cannot attend the performance you originally booked, you can exchange your ticket for another date and/or time.

End dates

20% discount offer ends Fri 3 Mar 2023.
15% discount offer ends Fri 23 Jun 2023.
10% discount offer ends Fri 20 Oct 2023.

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