2 July 2023 | 7:30PM | From $45 | 7:30PM | Theatre Royal: Main Stage
Premium – $75
A Reserve – $65
B Reserve – $59
C Reserve – $45
*Booking fees apply
VENUE: Theatre Royal: Main Stage
Getting to the venue
- The Theatre Royal is at 27-29 Campbell St, Hobart TAS 7000
- Drop off car spaces are available at the entrance to the Theatre Royal on Collins Street.
- 2 accessible parking spaces are available outside the Theatre Royal on Collins Street (1 hour time limit applies)
- Please follow this link to experience a virtual tour of the venue.
Assistive Listening The Theatre Royal Main Stage is equipped with an Assisted Hearing Service that offers amplified sound through dedicated headphones or using a neckloop that interacts with modern hearing aid devices. This equipment can be collected, complimentary, from the Box Office. There are a limited number of these units and bookings are essential. Please contact the Theatre Royal Box Office – 03 6146 3300 to discuss your needs and reserve a device for your attendance and the team will ensure that the equipment is ready for your collection on arrival.
Guide Dog / Registered Assistance Animals welcome
- For wheelchair bookings please contact the festival with specifications and dimensions of the wheelchair and any additional user requirements.
- Lift access is available from the main foyer entrance reaching all building levels including the box office, Main Stage Stalls, Dress Circle and Gallery.
- Accessible bathrooms are available on every level of the Theatre Royal building.
By 1998, Mark felt that he had done all that he could as the front man of Hunters and Collectors. After eighteen years of touring with what became one of Australia’s most successful and deeply loved rock bands, he found himself alone on stage with just an acoustic guitar. As a solo artist, Mark continues to search for the emotional truth in a song. Mark Seymour’s strength as a performer remains undiminished despite the ever-present shadow of the band he used to be in.
As well as 13 Hunters & Collectors albums, his 10th solo studio album, ‘Slow Dawn’, is out now and produced by Nick DiDia (Pearl Jam, Powderfinger). ‘Slow Dawn’, is the fourth to be credited to Mark Seymour & The Undertow. Throughout it all, he has shown he is one of our finest songwriters, capturing our stories of love, loss, human courage and achievement.
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