Welcome to the Griffin family – National Art School

2015 is looking so much better with you in it. 
Redeem your 4 Plays for $136 here

Griffin is the resident company of the intimate, historic SBW Stables Theatre in Nimrod Street, Kings Cross. We have been making daring and original work for over 30 years. We’re your local theatre – just down the road! And because we know that the National Art School is also committed to fostering and championing Australian artists and our cultural landscape, we’re offering NAS staff a special 2015 Subscription price of $136 for 4 Plays. Come and join us at Griffin in 2015.



In 2015 we have 4 brilliant new Australian plays on the menu: humanity revealed in all its messy complexity in Suzie Miller’s Caress/Ache; a razor sharp psychological thriller in Aidan Fennessy’s A House on the Lake; a mother and her daughters pushed to an act of revenge in Angus Cerini’s Griffin Award winning The Bleeding Tree; and a cunning comic thriller spanning two continents in Kit Brookman’s A Rabbit for Kim Jong-il. Check out our 2015 Season trailer here.

Join us in 2015 for a year of wonderful writing, thought provoking theatre and just a little bit of mischief - click here to buy your subscription.



When you buy your subscription add on any or all of our Griffin Independent plays for only $28 per play. In 2015 we have: a biting meta-satire of Australian theatre in Zoey Dawson’s The Unspoken Word is ‘Joe’; an excavation of the male mind in Nicholas Hope’s Five Properties of Chainmale; a warts-and-all Australian comedy in Mary Rachel Brown’s The Dapto Chaser; a chilling portrait of a family irreversibly shattered by grief in Anna Barnes’ MinueOneSister; and a hedonistic and hilariously absurd evening with a rock-god in Benito Di Fonzo’s A Riff on Keef: The Human Myth

You can also buy discounted tickets to our 2015 Special Events: a wondrous world of riddles and hidden treasures in our 2015 Sydney Festival world premiere production of Kate Mulvany’s Masquerade; and a meditation on love, truth and the nature of photography in Mayu Kanamori’s Yasukichi Murakami: Through a Distant Lens.

Or why not add on a combined play text and program for only $10 - there’s so many good reasons to be a 2015 Subscriber, join us today!


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