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When

Wed 23 & Fri 25 Feb 2011
[4hr including breaks]

Price

$18 per student for both shows

Education Program Supported By

Rio Tinto

Department of Education


Apollo 13: Mission Control and Astronaut
At Scitech's Horizon - The Planetarium

Art and science combined! In conjunction with Scitech, Perth Festival is delighted to extend a special offer to student groups attending Apollo 13: Mission Control.

Horizon - the Planetarium is an indoor theatre that presents hightech multimedia shows about our night sky, the solar system and beyond. The digital projection system accurately displays stars, planets and other celestial bodies on its dome screen, allowing you to explore space without ever leaving your seat.

Journeying into space is the greatest endeavour the human race has ever undertaken. What does it take to be part of this incredible journey? See it all in Astronaut.

Explore outer and inner space, from floating around the International Space Station to manoeuvring through microscopic regions of the human body under the extreme stress of lift off!

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Where

Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre


Address: Corner Roe and William Streets, Northbridge WA 6003

Transport
The State Theatre Centre is located a few minutes walk from the Wellington Street Train Station and Wellington Street Bus Port. As two major public transport hubs in Perth's CBD, there are a range of busses and trains servicing this area.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Parking
Carparking (with disabled bays and lift access) is available at:
- State Library Carpark (access from James and Francis Streets)
- Cultural Centre Carpark (access from Roe Street)
- Citiplace Carpark (access from Roe Street)

Etiquette
- Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance, some performances may not allow latecomers entry, please check your ticket for details.
- Mobile telephones and electronice devies are to be turned off during the performance, they can sometime affect the sound equipment as well as disrupting the artists and other audience members.
- Cameras, video cameras and tape recorders will not be permitted without the consent of the promoter.

Access
The State Theatre Centre is accessible to patrons with impared mobility. It is recommended that patrons with special requirements state their needs when booking tickets.

An infrared hearing system for deaf and hearing impared patrons is available. An Audio Description Service for blind or vision impared patrons is offered for certain performances.

Wheelchair seating is available in the Studio Underground. Please check when booking which seats are available as these may change with each performance. Accessible toilets are located on Basement 2, Basement 1, Level 2, Level 4 and in the Courtyard.

Pick up and set down points are available on William Street, close to the main entrance.

For access information visit the Department of Culture and the Arts website.