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Washington presents Insomnia

January 25 at 8pm
Concert Hall
, East Circular Quay
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Premium: $65
A Reserve: $59/$55
B Reserve: $55/$49
C Reserve: $49/$45
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This event is sold solely through Sydney Festival and Sydney Opera House. Please do not purchase your tickets through any other agency or website as we cannot guarantee the legitimacy of the tickets.

Presented by Sydney Festival in association with Sydney Opera House


Insomnia is a new conceptual work by Megan Washington, created to be performed four times only - once in Sydney, then Paris, London and New York.


A multi-layered show, Insomnia incorporates art, poetry, photography and designs, all drawn from Washington's personal archives. It offers a revealing insight into an intense 12 months for the double ARIA Award-winning artist, exploring all sides of her emotional and creative life.


Insomnia's four movements - Opiate, Amphetamine, Barbiturate and Nicotine - will be performed with very special guest musicians and sound artists on a stage incorporating sculpture and set-design by Robbie Rowlands. Insomnia will be directed and arranged by noted producer Daniel Denholm.


At the age of 24, Washington has slid musically from jazz to pop via spiky new wave. She is one of Australia's most promising musical talents, and has collaborated with the likes of Tim Finn, Paul Grabowsky and Paul Kelly.


Washington fans take note - this one-off show in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall will be the only time Insomnia will be performed as a complete work in Australia.

Running times
Oliver Tank: 8:10pm
Washington: 9pm  

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