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Accessibility at the Fringe 2022

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The Adelaide Fringe is back for 2022 and they are working with those in the disability community to ensure the experience is as accessible and inclusive as possible.

They have provided all patrons with an Access Guide, available online, to assist in finding that extra support and information to ensure everyone is able to enjoy the festival.

The Access Guide includes an ‘access filter’ to use online to find the best shows and experiences to suit individual requirements for anyone living with a disability.

Some of the accessibility features available at the festival, including shows you can watch online:

  • Wheelchair access
  • Audio description
  • Auslan interpretation
  • Relaxed performance
  • Suitable for ESL audiences
  • Hearing loop
  • Watching from home
  • Guide dogs and service animals are welcome at all venues that are open to the public

The Adelaide Fringe also offers extra support for those who may need it, particularly at the busiest times. The Fringe Access Support Volunteers are available at the BankSA Fringe Corner Box Office to assist any individuals or families in finding the best shows and experiences to suit their needs.

To watch a virtual accessibility tour of the fringe, click the video below.

For more details on the accessibility at the Adelaide Fringe for 2022, click here.

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