Tickets to all Griffin Theatre Company productions can be purchased on our website or by calling us on (02) 9361 3817 during business hours.
Booking fees are charged per transaction: $4 online and $6 over the phone. As a member of Live Performance Australia, we comply with the LPA Ticketing Code of Practice.
Please note that as of October 2021, all tickets will be sent digitally three days before your chosen performance.
Pricing for individual shows are listed on their relative performance page. Visit our subscriptions page to learn more about our multi-show options.
Ticket prices can be dynamically adjusted, either up or down, based on real-time market demand, and without notice. Please contact the Box Office for up-to-date prices.
Concessions and Seniors
Concession prices are available with a full-time student card, Centrelink Pensioner concession card or Veterans’ Affairs cards. Seniors prices are available with an Australian Government-issued Seniors Card. You may be asked to provide proof with booking or at ticket collection.
Our ever-popular $20 Monday Rush tickets are available online and over the phone on Mondays from noon, for that evening’s performance. First in, first served.
Members of MEAA are eligible for discounted tickets at $40, to book these please contact our Box Office directly.
We are happy to organise group booking discounts for 8 people or more. Contact our Box Office team to discuss you group booking at [email protected].
The NSW Government has launched Dine & Discover NSW to encourage the community to get out and about, to support dining, arts and recreation.
If you’re a NSW resident aged 18 and over, you can apply for 4 x $25 vouchers, worth $100 in total. To find out more about the initiative, visit the NSW Government’s website here.
Dine & Discover ends on 30 June 2022, so make sure you use your vouchers before then! You are able to book in for shows that happen after then however, so don’t fret if you can’t visit us at the SBW Stables Theatre until after then.
How to use your voucher at Griffin
To use your voucher for a show at Griffin, call our friendly box office team with the below information on hand:
Please note that only one voucher can be use per transaction.
A Griff-t Certificate is a unique gift, whether you’re bringing someone new to Griffin or treating a theatre aficionado.
You can purchase a 2020 Subscription Gift Certificate or Single Ticket Gift Certificate online or over the phone (02) 9361 3817 weekdays from 10am-6pm.
Can I reserve seats at the Griffin?
Seating in the SBW Stables Theatre is general admission so you and your friends can book separately and still find a spot together on the night. Griffin shows at other venues may have different seating policies.
Can I exchange my tickets?
Yes. Tickets can be exchanged for a $6 fee up to 24 hours before their intended performance (subject to availability). By becoming a Griffin subscriber, your first exchange per show is complimentary.
Can I get a refund on my tickets if I can’t use them?
Unfortunately ticket refunds can only be done in select circumstances. Visit our Terms and Conditions for our full policy around refunds and ticket exchanges.
Where do I pick up my tickets?
As part of our Green Griffin initiative, we’ve committed to going paperless to help reduce our carbon footprint. This means that we won’t be printing tickets for collection. Instead, when you arrive at the SBW Stables our Box Office team will ask for your name and ID in order to confirm your seats. Griffin shows at other venues may have different ticket policies.
What are your terms and conditions for purchasing tickets?
All our ticketing Terms and Conditions can be here.
What is a Subscription?
A subscription at Griffin is a way to save money, get additional benefits and see more Griffin shows throughout the year. Learn how to become a subscriber here.
What are preview performances?
Preview performances at Griffin are the first 4 performances of our Mainstage productions. They can be really exciting as they are the first shows the cast and crew have with an audience. Things may change during these shows in lead up to the official opening night and there is a chance the show may be paused by the stage manager. For this reason, tickets for preview performances are a cheaper than regular nights for this reason.