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Appleton is the quintessential small Australian country town. There are those in the town who embrace change, like long-time resident Barb. Not if Penny has anything to do with it. Buy Tickets.
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Saturday 12 June, The venue which seats up to people over 2 levels comfortably. The main entrance to the venue is wheelchair accessible.
Please note that there is no deated wheelchair accessible car parking. The Royalty Theatre is easily accessible by public transportincluding the tram stop at Central Markettrains, buses and a free bus service that operates on a loop throughout the city and North Adelaide with stops on the corner of Victoria Square and Grote Street.
Please note, there is a performance at the neighbouring Arts Theatre at the same time, which may affect parking availability.
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Bundle plays to save on ticket prices and get access to a range of exclusive benefits. Getting to the Venue The Royalty Theatre is easily accessible by public transportincluding the tram stop at Central Markettrains, buses and a free bus service that operates on a loop throughout the city and North Adelaide with stops on the corner of Victoria Square and Grote Street.
Turn left and head east along Gouger street, across King William Street. Gouger Street becomes Angas Street. Continue along Angas Street until you reach Moore Street.
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