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Saraton Theatre screening a big 2022

Grafton’s iconic Saraton Theatre is thrilled to present a variety of live entertainment in the new year, including several highly anticipated performances which have been rescheduled from 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Returning guest performer and one of Australia’s leading cabaret stars Issi Dye will take to the stage with Leslie Martin in The Queens of Country show on January 14 at 7pm, a not to be missed event for Clarence Valley country music enthusiasts.

Beloved Indigenous singer and songwriter Archie Roach will perform at the Saraton Theatre on January 30 at 3pm.

Irish dance and illusion show Celtic Illusion will mesmerise the audience with their skill, creative artistry and choreography on February 11 at 7:30pm, while rock music lovers will go wild for The ACDC Story to be performed on February 18 at 7:30pm.

Featuring a narrated biography of one of the world’s most popular rock bands, The ACDC Story is a full theatre production and follows the band through the eras of former lead singer Bon Scott and current lead singer Brian Johnson.

The Saraton Theatre accepts LocalLocalLove vouchers and NSW Discover Vouchers, and tickets to upcoming performances are available online at

Gift vouchers starting from $20 are also available and can be used for movies, live performances or purchases from the snack bar.

The Saraton Theatre has a Covid-19 safe business plan in place.  

In addition, until December 15, NSW legislation also requires patrons to use the QR-code check-in and show proof of Covid-19 vaccination upon entry.

Masks must be worn inside the premises except when eating or drinking.

The Saraton Theatre are happy to be welcoming customers through the front doors once again and are looking forward to seating large crowds for their live performances in 2022.

The beloved local business would also like to extend a sincere thanks to their loyal customers for their patience and for holding onto their tickets as the new dates for previously postponed and rescheduled events draw closer.

The management team and staff at the Saraton Theatre would also like to wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas.