When are tickets on sale?
Tickets for the Feminist Writers Festival Sydney program are on sale now, available to purchase online here.
Who is appearing at the festival?
Our full program is available at our program page.
Where will the Feminist Writers Festival be held?
The Feminist Writers Festival will be held at UTS School of Business, Building Eight – Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, 14-28 Ultimo Rd, Ultimo NSW 2007. Map.
Is there onsite parking?
There are nearby parking options, but public transport is by far the most convenient to UTS. Check TransportNSW to plan your journey.
What are the accessibility options at the venue?
UTS Building Eight is fully accessible and has accessible toilet facilities. Wheelchair access is at both entrances of the building.
If you have any other accessibility needs, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate them.
How do I buy tickets?
Tickets for the Feminist Writers Festival are on sale now, available to purchase online.
Can I buy tickets for one session/part of the festival?
Individual session tickets to FWF18 are now on sale. Visit Eventbrite for ticketing options.
There are no day passes available to FWF18 Sydney, and the early bird FWF18 Festival Pass is no longer available.
Am I eligible for a concession?
Concession tickets are available for:
- Children (16 years and under)
- Full-time students
- Pensioners/Health Care Card holders
If you are booking a concession ticket, please bring your concession card along to the festival with you.
What if I have a ticket but can’t come on the day? Can you cancel or refund my ticket?
Unfortunately we cannot offer refunds, but you can pass your ticket onto a friend to come in your place.
Is the FWF18 Sydney Festival Pass shareable?
Unfortunately the pass cannot be shared.
Will books be on sale at the festival?
Speaker books will be available to purchase courtesy of our friends at Gleebooks.
Are there any childcare options at the festival?
Our venue, UTS Business School has numerous quiet nooks and ‘break out’ areas perfect for kids and their carers to rest and recuperate between sessions for the duration of our festival.
Babes in arms are welcome in all sessions. In the case of an extended period of crying, we ask that you be mindful of other participants and pop out of the room to settle babies as required.
Children are welcome to attend sessions with a parent or caregiver. It is at the discretion of the parent/caregiver to assess the suitability of subject material, including swearing and sexual/violent content. Children attending sessions will be asked to keep talking to a whisper.
Breastfeeding is welcome in all areas of the festival.
Will I be photographed or recorded at the festival?
We will be audio- and video-recording many sessions – including audience Q&As – so you may be recorded. We will also be taking photographs for reporting on, and future promotion of, the festival. Your attendance assumes that incidental photographs for non-commercial purposes may be taken and utilised by us and others. If you wish to not be photographed, please advise our roving photographer and they will do their best not to include you in any photos. Please note we are unable to guarantee that you will not be included in the background of a photo.
Can I volunteer at the festival?
We have limited openings for volunteers for the FWF18 Sydney. Please fill in the registration form if you are interested.
For information about the background to the establishment of the Feminist Writers Festival, please see here.