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CGGS is thrilled to announce that tickets to the 2022 Senior School Production of Matilda The Musical can now be purchased!

This multi-award winning musical, inspired by the beloved book by incomparable Roald Dahl, will take you on a magical, mischievous and miraculous journey. It’s the story of an extraordinary girl who dares to take a stand and change her own destiny.

After months of rehearsals, we hope the CGGS community will support our students and staff by joining us in the Barbara Sutton Hall for one of the live performances.

We are pleased to advise that the Year 7s will be attending the matinee performance on Wednesday 3 August at 12.00pm.

Cast A
Thursday 4 August / 7.00pm – 10pm (includes 20 minute interval)
Saturday 6 August / 7.00pm – 10pm (includes 20 minute interval)

Cast B

Wednesday 3 August / Matinee 12.00pm – 4pm (includes 20 minute interval)
Friday 5 August / 7.00pm – 10pm (includes 20 minute interval)

Pre-show refreshments will be provided by the PFA each evening in the Fig Tree Café from 6pm to 6:45pm.

Pinwheel & Co have prepared a dinner menu for families wishing to dine in the cafe before the performance. Meals will be available from 5.45pm. Get a group together and enjoy dinner before your show.

Roasted porchetta, colcannon potatoes, salsa verde, crackling, jus

Pan-fried barramundi, warm soba noodle salad, wombok, bok choy, oyster sauce 

Stuffed peppers w vegetable wild rice, fresh tomato & basil sauce  (V)  

Children / Students
Panko crumbed chicken schnitzel w rainbow coleslaw, lemon

Battered flathead, shoestring fries, garden salad, tartare

Potato gnocchi, mushroom cream sauce, parsley, parmesan  (V)


Performer meals will be available after school for performers prior
to the Thursday and Friday evening shows. 


All ticket options, including show only, dine & show packages and performer meals can be purchased by clicking the button below. 

2022 CGGS Gala Celebration


It was such a delight to finally enjoy our Centenary Gala event last Saturday night at Leonda.


After a busy fortnight of fantastic performances from our students, Mrs Dunwoody reflects on the importance of the performing arts.


This week Mrs Dunwoody speaks about the importance of a connected community and the events that have brought us together recently.


This week Mrs Dunwoody reflects on the special celebrations we have had recently.

Create Your Tomorrow