Critical Path and PACT centre for emerging artists join forces to present AFTERGLOW, a four-day festival that celebrates ambitious new work from Sydney’s boldest performance-makers.
AFTERGLOW features Sydney premieres of three productions from 2016 Next Wave Festival, with three new choreographic works by Angela Goh, Amrita Hepi & Jahra Wasasala and Thomas E. S. Kelly. The work by the three choreographers have all been supported in development by both Critical Path and PACT.
The festival also includes a free Public Talk with choreographers Angela Goh, Amrita Hepi, Jahra Wasasala and Thomas E. S. Kelly in conversation with CP director Claire Hicks to explore the process of developing ideas, researching movement and making new work.
All three shows will run each night, starting every hour from 6.30pm. Single tickets are available for each show or a Four-Show GlowPack gives you access to one viewing of each performance on any date/s throughout the entirety of the festival. The Public Talk is free entry.
We regret to inform you that Mummy Dearest by Annaliese Constable has been cancelled due to illness and will not be part of AFTERGLOW 2016.
Wednesday 22 June – Saturday 25 June
6.30pm, 7.30pm, 8.30pm and 9.30pm each night
Free Public Talk
Saturday 25 June at 4pm
With AFTERGLOW artists, co-convened by Critical Path and PACT
$25 Adult | $20 Concession
$80 Four-Show Package (available for pre-purchase only)
PACT centre for emerging artists
107 Railway Parade, Erskineville
How to get there
AFTERGLOW is presented in partnership with PACT
Amrita Hepi. Image Lucy Alcorn and Vanessa Varghese
(MIS)CONCEIVE by Thomas ES Kelly. Image Amanda James