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Presenting award-winning, quality drama to Adelaide audiences since 1972

Looking ahead to 2019 and back in theatre history - Call for auditions for Nell Gwynn  

Our first production for 2019, will be the 2016 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, the fabulous romp, NELL GWYNN, by Jessica Swale, to be directed by Megan Dansie.  Auditions will be held at the Stirling Community Theatre on Saturday July 14 from 1pm. Go to our Auditions page for details...


The Stirling Players' next production will be the wonderfully funny  OUR MAN IN HAVANA, by Clive Francis, directed by Dave Simms, opening 21 September and running until 6 October 2018. Tickets are now on sale and you can read more about the play here...


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21 September - 6  October 2018


WHAT THE CRITICS WROTE ABOUT Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead!

"Director Hayley Horton has brought a hilarious, intelligent, aesthetically pleasing production of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” to the South Australian stage, witha cast that excels..." 

"Guildenstern is played masterfully by Alex Antoniou. Healy had the perfect style and physicality for Rosencrantz, and never failed to make us laugh or worry at the right moments. The chemistry between him and Antoniou is just what it should be for this play."

..."not to be missed

Thomas Filsell
Adelaide Theatre Guide

Read the full review here...

"The Stirling Players’ productiondirected by Hayley Horton, is terrific."

"One of the biggest challenges of this dazzling play is Stoppard’s language. In this production the text is consistently crystal clear. This is a magnificent achievementconsidering the degree of difficulty."

"The actors in Stirling Players’ production completely conquer the complexities inherent in this play and make it sing with dazzling brilliance".

"... this is a wonderful piece of theatre, full of laughter and brilliant insight"

Tony Knight
Stage Whispers

Read the full review here