Melbourne Fringe Festival events are presented at over 170 independent venues around Victoria. Accessibility varies between venues. To confirm a venue’s wheelchair accessibility:
- Check the listings in this Guide. Venues who have informed us that they have disability access will have the wheelchair symbol next to their event details. This information is can be searched for using the search widget here under the accessibility tab.
- If the wheelchair symbol is not shown, call the venue directly to enquire whether they can provide you with the access you require.
ACCESSIBLE BROCHURE FORMAT
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If you’d like large-print versions of event descriptions, please call the Melbourne Fringe office on 03 9660 9600. We can email or post them to you.
Where this symbol is displayed, one or more sessions will be Auslan interpreted. For an up-to-date list of Auslan interpreted events, search using the search widget here under the accessibility tab.
Where this symbol is displayed, sound amplification systems are available for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. For assistance, please see the venue staff.Where this symbol is displayed, sound amplification systems are available for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. For assistance, please see the venue staff.
Audio Description enhances the live theatre or film experience for people who are blind or have low vision.
Relaxed Performances are designed to create a safe and welcoming environment for patrons with learning disabilities and / or sensory and communication difficulties.
OPEN CAPTION, CLOSED CAPTION
For captioned performances, the captions are displayed on a screen, enabling the audience to read what is being said. Open Captioning is always in view, and cannot be turned off; Closed Captioning can be activated or deactivated by the viewer.