Productions


Our next show – Two 1 Act Plays in Italian

As part of celebrations for the 17th International Italian Language Week, … Under the patronage of the President of the Italian Republic. Growl Theatre and Danteatro Brisbane present an Italian language production (with English surtitles). After 2 successful years of bringing French language plays to the stage, we’re proud to ... Read More

2 shows left for The Hollow

The first weekend of shows for The Hollow are over. We had some wonderful audiences, with Saturday night ALMOST selling out! Thank you to everyone who came along to the shows. Tickets are still available for our 2 remaining shows this coming Friday and Saturday night. Book online or email boxoffice@growltheatre.org.au to secure your ... Read More

One month until Play It Again, Sam hits the stage

Tickets on sale now for Play It Again, Sam. The play, written by Woody Allen,... Read More

Tickets on sale for Lend Me A Tenor

Tickets are now on sale for our first show for 2017 - Lend Me A Tenor. Adult tickets $18, concession (student and senior) are $15. There are 5 shows - 4 evening shows and 1 matinee. We have introduced a matinee show in 2017 after public demand. The matinee show will be on the first weekend at 2pm Sunday. Doors and bar will open ... Read More

Radio 4EB interview with Emily Miller

Radio 4EB interviewed Growl Theatre director, Emily Miller about our upcoming production of Le Dieu du Carnage (God of Carnage) by Yasmina Reza. Take a listen (note, the interview is in French!) Read More

Growl Theatre is coming to Toowoomba – one night only!

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 are: $20 Adult $17 Concession/Student Tickets can be bought through Artsworx here. Read More

The Constant Wife

The Constant Wife hits the stage next week

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 ... Read More

Bunny has last laugh – Harvey brings unseen chaos

This week, our first show for 2016 was featured in the Northside Chronicle.   HARVEY BRINGS UNSEEN CHAOS LOVE and perception will be brought to a head in the form of an unseen rabbit in Growl Theatre’s new production Harvey. The play focuses on Elwood P. Dowd, a wealthy drunk, who starts seeing and interacting with Harvey, a six ... Read More

Trois Versions de la vie opens tonight to a sold out season!

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 ... Read More

Weekend Notes review for The Children’s Hour

"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 ... Read More