For the first time, a Growl Theatre show is being taken on the road.
The cast of Le Dieu du Carnage are performing their show at USQ Arts Theatre, Toowoomba on Saturday 12th November.
Tickets can be bought through Artsworx here.
Our 3rd show for 2016 hits the stage next weekend.
The Constant Wife is a social comedy of marital maneuvers in 1920s upper-class London. Constance Middleton discovers that her husband is having an affair with her best friend. Rather than humiliating herself and others, she denies the affair, defends the two, and sets about turning bad ...
We're running a crowdfunding campaign on Pozible to raise the final money needed to purchase and install our new lighting rig! Over the next month we need to raise an extra $2,500 to cover these costs, and see the lighting rig installed before our first show in April.
We're calling out to all Growl Theatre fans, friends and ...
Get your team together and join us for our annual Growl Theatre Trivia Night/Fundraising!
Saturday 14th November 2015
Doors open 6:30pm, Trivia starts 7pm
We are raising money to purchase a lighting bar for our humble little theatre.
The bar will be open and nibbles & share platters will be available on the night. It's sure ...
The year is rapidly moving on and Growl is looking down the barrel of the last of our four productions for 2015. Our next play, “Stories in the Dark” is probably more well known for its author, Debra Oswald (“Secret Life of Us”, “Offspring”) but it is a beautiful and timely story. Set now, somewhere, it is the story of two ...
Growl Theatre is looking for extra support from people interested in lighting and sound to be involved in our upcoming production, Stories in the Dark.
Any age, any experience level - we'd love to hear from you. If you or someone you know is interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
More great news for our guest director, Emily Miller, awarded the Mabel Pingel scholarship from The School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies (UQ), in her latest interview, she takes the occasion to talk us through Growl Theatre's up and coming show Trois versions de la vie.
Our first foreign language production (with English surtitles) is opening tonight to a sold out season!
Trois versions de la vie hits the stage for 3 nights only, being Brisbane's first ever French play. Thank you to everyone who has purchased tickets to make this show a success.
We hope that the success of this show will see more ...
"If you enjoy thought-provoking theatre that keeps your rapt attention, I should warn you there are only a couple nights' performances of "The Children's Hour" left...
For my money, the stand out performances were from Vivien Whittle and Alexandria Page who played Karen Wright and Martha Dobie respectively, the women stuck at the centre of ...
Our next show "The Children's Hour" is featured in this week's City North News, with an interview from Mrs Lily Mortar!
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Tickets on sale now at growltheatre.org.au/buy-tickets/