Adelaide Festival 28 February - 16 March 2014

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Blind or Vision Impaired



Listen to the Audio Version of the Blind or Vision Impaired information here.

 

AUDIO DESCRIPTION 
Audio description makes the visual verbal for people who are Blind or vision impaired. Through a small radio receiver the patron receives a spoken description of visual elements by a trained audio describer.

When booking please ensure you notify BASS staff that you require headsets and provide your contact details so pre-show recorded introductory notes can be sent to you in advance.

Headsets can be collected in the foyers of each venue near the box office. Headsets are available for collection from one hour prior to show time.

The following performances will be audio described:

The Shadow King
Fri 7 Mar 8pm

The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean
Sun 9 Mar 2pm

Fugitive
Thu 6 Mar 6.30pm

School Dance
Thu 13 Mar 6.30pm

The Seagull
Sat 8 Mar 3pm
Tue 11 Mar 6pm

Worlds in Collision: Adelaide International 2014
Available via Adelaide Festival iPhone & Android App

 

TOUCH TOUR
Indicates a guided or tactile tour prior to a live performance, visual art or museum exhibitions that may be touched.

The following performances will feature a pre-show touch tour:

The Shadow King
Fri 7 Mar 7pm

The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean
Sun 9 Mar 1pm

Fugitive
Thu 6 Mar 5.30pm

School Dance
Thu 13 Mar 5.30pm

The Seagull
Sat 8 Mar 2pm
Tue 11 Mar 5pm

 

AUDIO VERSIONS OF EVENT INFORMATION
All of the event pages and Adelaide Writers’ Week author pages on the Adelaide Festival website have an audio version you can listen to on the page.

 

AUDIO VERSION OF THE PROGRAM
An audio version of the 2014 program is available online, these can be found here.