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The Cruel Sea Tickets

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  • Palais Premium Perks Package

    • VIP Entry into Palais Theatre
    • Access to the exclusive VIP Winter Garden Area with dedicated Bar
    • Pre-show drink service, including one complimentary drink on arrival.
    • Exclusive cocktail offering
    • Palais Premium Laminate & Lanyard
    • Palais Theatre Merchandise Item
    • Dedicated VIP Host

    Must have ticket to show in addition to this package for entry.



It’s been 30 years since the release of The Cruel Sea’s phenomenal, 5 x ARIA Award-winning / Triple Platinum album, The Honeymoon Is Over. While the five-piece were already a fixture on the live scene with two acclaimed albums, it was their 1993 third studio album, produced by Tony Cohen, that thrust the band into the spotlight and firmly planted itself in the Top 40 charts for two years after its release.

Amid a flurry of excitement on socials with news The Honeymoon Is Over was to be re-issued in June this year, as a special 30th Anniversary Deluxe 2CD release and available on Vinyl for the very first time, fans also recounted stories of seeing the band live throughout the years, with many calling for an anniversary tour.

To celebrate the anniversary of their landmark album, The Cruel Sea are set to reunite for a national tour this November/December, featuring Tex Perkins (Vox), Jim Elliot (Drums), Ken Gormley (Bass) and Dan Rumour (Guitar), together with Matt Walker (Guitar) filling in for the much-loved & revered James Cruickshank. Fans can expect to hear plenty of favourites from The Honeymoon Is Over, as well as a selection of songs across their entire catalogue.


The Cruel Sea will perform in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia in November and December 2023

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The Cruel Sea is performing at Fortitude Music Hall, Palais Theatre and Freemantle Prison

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