If you are under 18 you cannot see a performance (play, dance, other entertainment) in a theatre if it has a restricted rating. This does not apply to a child under the age of two years.
If a child between the ages of 2 - 18 attends a restricted performance the promoter can be fined up to $50.
If you are aged between 16 and 18 you can be fined up to $50 if you go to such a perfomance.
[Classification of Theatrical Performance Act 1978 (SA) ss 4, 12,18]
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