NELL GWYNN has been nominated for a 2019 TASA award. See below for all the details...
Our Box Office is open for WICKED SISTERS. Buy tickets here...
The Stirling Players' Anuual General meeting will be held at The Stirling Community Theatre on Saturday 15 February at 4pm. All welcome.
The Stirling Players drama group had its humble beginnings in the early part of 1972 when a mere 25 people voted for the formation of the Hills Drama Group. The increasing interest prompted a name change to the current Stirling Players. To find out more...
The Stirling Players call the historic Stirling Community Theatre their home. Located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, in Avenue Road, Stirling, the theatre is just minutes from the city, and accessible from all parts of the Hills and beyond. For detailed directions and parking information..
TASA has announced its nominees for the 2019 TheatriCAL Awards and NELL GWYNN has been nominated in the ComiCAL category for Best Comedy. Congratulations to Megan Dansie and her brilliant cast and crew for yet another accolade!
In a first for The Stirling Players, the evolution of one of our productions has been documented on film. Flinders University student, Sailesh Sharma, tracked the director, cast and crew of CELEBRATION for many months. The result is A Sterling Performance, in which our lovely theatre also has a feature role.
We congratulate Sailesh on producing such a terrific insight into community theatre and the people who help it to thrive. So sit back and relax and watch it here....
The Stirling Players and director, Aldo Longobardi, wish to thank all the actors who auditioned recently for HEISENBERG. We are pleased to announce that Kirsty Haigh and Andrew Horwood have been cast in the roles of Georgie and Alex, and we look forward to seeing them on stage in September 2020. Read more here....
"Director Patsy Thomas has assembled a very capable and highly experienced cast of performers. An ensemble piece, all have their moment to shine"
"...it becomes unexpectedly easy to be emotionally moved at the twists of fate that transpire between these flawed, recognisable, ultimately loveable characters"
"The Stirling Players have produced an entertaining rendition of a gentle comedy of manners as relevant now as it was in the 1960s"
"It scores through a hardworking cast that bringing alive two acts of wedding and funeral dramas"