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Griffin Super Big Win 2019!



If you purchase a subscription to our 2019 Season before Friday 9 November you could win this awesome prize package, including:

– Stay overnight at QT Sydney in an Executive King Room [pictured], including breakfast for two at Gowings Bar & Grill 

– Enjoy a delicious dinner for two to the value of $200 at ACME in Rushcutters Bay

– Experience cutting-edge contemporary dance with a double pass to Sydney Dance Company in 2019

– Satisfy your art cravings with a double pass to see upcoming exhibition Goldblatt at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)

– Stay abreast with in-depth journalism with a one-year subscription to The Monthly

– Get your movie fix with a two-year Adult Club Membership to Palace Cinemas

– Raise your G&T game with a bottle from our friends at Four Pillars Gin

– Plus! A Griffin tote bag with a bundle of Australian scripts to devour at your leisure

The winner will be notified via telephone and email and will be published on the Griffin website on Monday 12 November 2018.

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A Note from Karen, 8 November


It’s not often I’m invited to write the enews note…but as Lee is gallivanting overseas, and Phil is occupied with a new play and a new baby…this week I am thrilled to be taking the reins! And there is much to write about: Nick Coyle’s brilliantly…

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The Feather in the Web’s famous polenta cake


The Feather in the Web requires a cake on stage every night. And with a cast that has a few varied dietary requirements, providing one isn’t as easy as it seems! Luckily for Griffin, superstar producer Nicole LaBianca has a killer…

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5 Questions with Susie Youssef

Where did the idea for The Smallest Hour come from? Was there an initial creative spark that started it all? If you ask Phil, he’ll quote Saul Bellow and talk about the convict hour, which is “between four and five when…

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A Note from Lee, 25 October


OK Sydney. The Feather in the Web rocks! Our last show of the year is a great big splashy hit and you have to come and see it…everyone says so. It is original, silly, moving and audacious…a very Griffin way…

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Griffin Podcast: Comedy and Theatre


We all love a good belly laugh. But what’s the difference between creating comedy for the stage, screen, or as a stand up routine? And what’s so different about Australian comedy? To find out, local comedy extraordinaires Nick Coyle (Playwright,…

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A Note from Lee, 11 October


For everyone who is camping on these school holidays, I am sorry about the rain, but my garden loves it and all we need is a bit more out in the country and a bit less tonight in Kings Cross…because…it’s…

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Supercharging the story: Mic Gruchy on video design


  I’m a champion of killing the term ‘AV’. It’s an archaic term that isn’t accurate, because it’s essentially ‘audiovisual’, and I don’t do audio, it’s all video—projection, or otherwise delivered. For this show, we have a projector and some…

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A Note from Lee, 27 September


Sun is shining. Sky is blue. 13 weeks till Christmas. Griffin to do list: Close The Misanthrope tomorrow night at the Opera House. What a great time we have had working with the gorgeous Justin Fleming and the extraordinary team…

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A Note from Lee, 13 September


Greetings from Geelong, where the skies are blue and the lovely team at GPAC is making The Almighty Sometimes so welcome. The SBW Stables may be the best little theatre in the country, but watching plays transform in shape to…

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Griffin Podcast: Mental Health and Theatre


Professional and personal boundaries. The myth of the suffering artist. Method acting. In this podcast, Griffin’s Artistic Director Lee Lewis has a frank and open discussion with The Almighty Sometimes playwright Kendall Feaver, and the production’s lead actor Brenna Harding,…

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