Past Shows


Stories in the Dark

Our final production for 2015 was a beautiful and timely story, by Australian playwright Debra Oswald. The story was originally inspired by the civil war in former Yugoslavia, but the present conflict sadly highlights how timeless it is. ... Read More

2015 – Trois Versions de la Vie

Brisbane's first ever stage show performed entirely in French, with the inclusion of English surtitles sold out completely.  The feedback from everyone was fantastic, and we hope we can put on another French production in the future. ... Read More

2015 – The Children’s Hour

Our second production for 2015 was unlike anything we've done before. A thrilling drama which spoke about gossip, lies and what it is to be a woman. ... Read More

2015 – Blackadder II

Blackadder II - Adapted from the TV series by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton Growl Theatre kicked off 2015 with a sell-out production of Blackadder II - 4 out of 5 shows were totally sold out! The popularity of the show means we might see Blackadder III and Blackadder IV in upcoming years. Can't wait for that! ... Read More

2014 – The Servant of Two Masters

Due to the renovation of our home, the Windsor School of Arts, our only show for 2014 was "The Servant of Two Masters". ... Read More

2013 – Secret Bridesmaids’ Business

Our final show for 2013 was "Secret Bridesmaids' Business". ... Read More

2013 – The Book of Everything

Our second performance for 2013, "The Book of Everything" - Adapted by Richard Tulloch, from the novel by Guus Kuijer ... Read More

2013 – The Ladies Man

Our first performance for 2013, "The Ladies Man" was a sell out! 4 of the 5 shows sold out. ... Read More

2012 – A Night with John Maddison Morton

In our second show for 2012, Growl Theatre performed "A Night With John Maddison Morton" - consisting of two one-act plays by the prolific Victorian comic writer.  His work is hilarious, but rarely performed today.   The plays are in the style of farce. ... Read More

2012 – The Miser

In 2012, Growl Theatre performed Molière's 'The Miser' - a show full of misunderstandings, revelations, double-dealing servants and thwarted lovers. ... Read More