We make every effort to ensure Adelaide Festival events are accessible to everyone. The Adelaide Festival Access Guide, including detailed accessibility information, access prices and more, can be downloaded with just a click!
This program will also be available in the following formats from mid-November:
• Online at adelaidefestival.com.au
• The website also has font enlargement capabilities and large print PDF and RTF files available for download.
• Via audio versions of every event page on every event page
• Braille (on request)
To request the Access Guide, any of these additional program types, for further information on our Auslan and Audio Described performances or for any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 8 8216 4444
Look for following symbols to indicate the accessibility of each event.
Make sure you tell the BASS or ticketing representative you are seeing an interpreted performance so they can provide the best seating for you to see the interpreter.
Make sure you tell the BASS or ticketing representative you are seeing an interpreted performance so they can provide the best seating for you to see the interpreter. Should you wish to request an Auslan interpreter at our Writers' Week events, you can download the request form here.
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.
Indicates a guided or tactile tour prior to a live performance, visual art or museum exhibitions that may be touched.
Partly surtitled or includes dialogue, background music and/or sounds
Fully surtitled or minimal dialogue. Some background music and/or sounds
No music or dialogue
For further information on our venues, please go to our Venue page.
For the audio version of this page, click here.
Thanks to UPark, disability permit holders can apply for an Accessibility Pass – providing two hours of free parking for up to 52 times per year. This is valid in accessible parking spaces at any UPark.
To find out more about the Accessibility Pass, go to cityofadelaide.com.au or contact the Customer Care Centre on 08 8203 7203.