25 November 2018
All we want for Griff-mas is a new stage floor…
On Sunday 25 November, Griffin is holding a Christmas fundraiser to raise money for a much needed upgrade to our stage floor.
Iconic performer Simon Burke (The Homosexuals, The Misanthrope) is generously opening the doors to his home—and taking up the microphone—alongside a spectacular line up of performers, singers and storytellers including Genevieve Lemon (The Homosexuals) and Justin Smith (A Strategic Plan). Our hilarious Artistic Associate Phil Spencer (The Smallest Hour) will take the reins as our Santa/MC and the Griffin elves will be running a special Griff-mas raffle!
Your ticket price covers festive drinks and nibbles, fantastic entertainment and the satisfaction that comes from knowing you’re literally supporting the very boards upon which our actors tread!
Tickets: $120 (includes a $100 tax-deductible donation)
Space will be limited, so book soon to avoid missing out!
Any questions please contact Will Harvey: [email protected]
Sunday 25 November, 4 – 6pm
Surry Hills (Address to be provided with donation receipt)
Over on the Griffin blog, we hear from #thesmallesthour director Scarlet McGlynn, as she shares her love for new work, explains her collaborative process and gives a glimpse into what audience's can expect from this heartwarming new play. Have a read: https://t.co/SS1BwUqY0P
We're hiring! Griffin is looking for an Associate Producer - Development to join our team. For info & to apply head to our website: https://t.co/HvzVDTn6IU
Submissions are now open for the 2019 Lysicrates Prize!! If you're an established playwright working on something new, we want to hear from you! Entries close 5pm, Friday 4 January. Find out everything you need to know here: https://t.co/N1R1fMmVOT
CONGRATULATIONS to Griffin subscriber Pat Cahill, our Super Big Win prize winner! Pat has scored a fab collection of goodies including a night at QT Sydney, dinner at ACME, tix to the MCA & Sydney Dance Co, a 2-Year Palace Cinema membership & a bottle of Four Pillars gin! Woohoo!
"The initial idea was a show set in total darkness. And it featured a rabbit. The rabbit didn’t make the cut." On the Griffin blog, the hilarious @SusieYoussef answers 5 questions around two-hander #thesmallesthour - arriving at the Stables next month! https://t.co/uhBPkbcT6z