CARRIAGEWORKS, SYDNEY FESTIVAL AND MOOGAHLIN PERFORMING ARTS PRESENT
NATIONAL FIRST PEOPLES PLAYWRITING FESTIVAL
A showcase for new and distinct voices in Australian theatre, Yellamundie Festival is a biennial celebration of national and international First Peoples playwriting.
Presented since 2013 by Moogahlin Performing Arts and Carriageworks – and taking its name from the Darug word for storyteller – Yellamundie National First Peoples Playwriting Festival provides a platform for emerging and established playwrights from all over Australia.
Carriageworks becomes a thriving artistic and cultural meeting place with industry forums, networking opportunities for artists, and readings of new national and international plays. Take the opportunity to be part of the discovery and championing of First Peoples playwrights.
YELLAMUNDIE FESTIVAL, IMAGE JAMES PHOTO 2017
24 - 26 JAN
THU 24 JAN, 6:30PM (Play Reading 1 & 2)
FRI 25 JAN, 11AM (International Play Reading)
FRI 25 JAN, 2PM (Meet the Playwrights)
FRI 25 JAN, 6:30PM (Play Reading 3 & 4)
SAT 26 JAN, 2PM (International Play Reading)
SAT 26 JAN, 6:30PM (Play Reading 5 & 6)
Single Session – $15 + bf
Season Pass (all sessions) – $79.50 + bf
Accessible tickets are available through Ticketmaster, please call 136 100.