Sydney Festival returns to Carriageworks in 2020 with 10 new productions from leading Australian and international companies.

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Wed 8 Jan, 7.30pm
Thu 9 Jan, 7.30pm
Fri 10 Jan, 7.30pm
Sat 11 Jan, 4.30pm (followed by Q&A)
Sun 12 Jan, 4.30pm

Two Crews
Wed 8 Jan, 7pm (preview)
Thu 9 Jan, 7pm
Fri 10 Jan, 7pm (followed by Q&A)
Sat 11 Jan, 2pm & 7pm
Sun 12 Jan, 7pm

Double Delicious
Wed 8 Jan, 8pm
Thu 9 Jan, 5pm & 8pm
Fri 10 Jan, 5pm & 8pm
Sat 11 Jan, 12pm, 5pm & 8pm
Sun 12 Jan, 12pm, 5pm & 8pm

The Aspie Hour
Tue 14 Jan, 6pm
Wed 15 Jan, 6pm
Thu 16 Jan, 6pm
Fri 17 Jan, 6pm
Sat 18 Jan, 2.30pm (Post-Show Q&A)

Triple Threat
Wed 15 Jan, 8.30pm
Thu 16 Jan, 8.30pm
Fri 17 Jan, 8.30pm
Sat 18 Jan, 8.30pm
Sun 19 Jan, 8.30pm

Thu 16 Jan, 8pm
Fri 17 Jan, 8pm
Sat 18 Jan, 4pm & 8pm
Sun 19 Jan, 4pm & 8pm

Romances Inciertos, un autre Orlando
Thu 21 Jan, 7.30pm
Wed 22 Jan, 7.30pm (Post-Show Q&A)
Fri 24 Jan, 7.30pm
Sat 25 Jan, 7.30pm
Sun 26 Jan, 7.30pm

The Visitors
Wed 22 Jan, 8pm
Thu 23 Jan, 8pm (followed by Q&A)
Fri 24 Jan, 8pm (Auslan Interpreted)
Sat 25 Jan, 3pm
Sat 25 Jan, 8pm
Sun 26 Jan, 3pm

Forget Me Not
Wed 15 Jan, 7pm
Thu 16 Jan, 7pm
Fri 17 Jan, 7pm
Sat 18 Jan, 7pm
Sun 19 Jan, 7pm
Tue 21 Jan, 7pm
Wed 22 Jan, 7pm
Thu 23 Jan, 7pm
Fri 24 Jan, 7pm
Sat 25 Jan, 7pm
Sun 26 Jan, 7pm

Sat 11 Jan 11am, 11.30am, 12pm, 12.30pm, 1pm, 3.30pm, 4pm, 4.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm
Sun 12 Jan 3.30pm, 4pm, 4.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm
Tue 14 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Wed 15 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Thu 16 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Fri 17 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Sat 18 Jan 3.30pm, 4pm, 4.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm
Sun 19 Jan 3.30pm, 4pm, 4.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm
Tue 21 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Wed 22 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Thu 23 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm
Fri 24 Jan 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm

$15 – $85 + fee

A transaction fee of $4.40 applies to all bookings.

Presented by Carriageworks and Sydney Festival.

Carriageworks, Contemporary Dance, Frontera, Sydney Festival
Frontera  In an era of mass surveillance, Canadian avant-garde choreographer Dana Gingras and her dancers ask: what space remains for the unruly, ungovernable body? More.
Two Crews  Street and contemporary dance innovator Nick Power’s brand-new collaboration brings together two leading dance crews for an exhilarating immersion in global hip-hop dance culture. More.
Double Delicious, Carriageworks, Sydney Festival, Contemporary Asian Australian Performance, Theatre, Theatre Sydney
Double Delicious  In a stimulating experience for the senses, stellar storyteller-cooks Benjamin Law, Elizabeth Chong, Valerie Berry, Raghav Handa and Heather Jeong reveal the secrets of their stories and dishes. More. 
The Aspie Hour, Sydney Festival, Carriageworks, Theatre, Musicals
The Aspie Hour  An irreverent and joyous cabaret from two talented performers who relate their experiences living with Asperger’s Syndrome through the prism of their love for musical theatre. More.
Triple Threat, Sydney Festival, Carriageworks, Theatre
Triple Threat  A taboo-busting, ‘trashstep-dubpunk’ retelling of the New Testament, Lucy McCormick McCormick and her Girl Squad tackle issues of power, feminism, queer identity and modern-day morality. More.
Contemporary Dance, Carriageworks, Sydney Festival, Colussus
Colossus  An epic work featuring 50 dancers, this symmetrically satisfying dance work from Stephanie Lake sees asks if a crowd more than the sum of its parts? More. 
Romances Inciertos, Sydney Festival, Carriageworks, Dance
Romances Inciertos, un autre Orlando  Choreographer-dancer-singer François Chaignaud slices through Spanish history from the Golden Age to the 21st century, in a joyously theatrical blend of Baroque music, cabaret, flamenco, and gender play. More.
The Visitors, Theatre, Sydney Festival, Carriageworks
The Visitors  January, 1788. A strange sight greets those gathered on the shore of Gadigal land. Ships of a type and size never seen before. Where are they from? Who and what do they carry? Should they be welcomed– or should they be wary? More.
Forget Me Not, Carriageworks, Theatre, Sydney Festival
Forget Me Not  Marionette master Ronnie Burkett returns with a powerful new work where each audience member plays a part in the story. More.
Truthmachine, Theatre, Sydney Festival, Carriageworks
TRUTHMACHINE  Will you take a lie detector test in front of an audience? Award-winning social experiment TRUTHMACHINE uses biometric sensors and live voting systems to seek out truth in a world of fake news and alternative facts. More.
Carriageworks Summer 2020  In the Summer of 2020 Carriageworks will present four large-scale installations by leading Australian artists Rebecca Baumann, Daniel Boyd, Kate Mitchell and Reko Rennie. More.