Access All Arts
Access and Audio Description Tours
DADAA has launched its Access All Arts program for 2016! The exciting program of Audio Description and Access Tours increae access to arts and cultural activiites for people who are blind, vision impaired or deafblind.
program of events: 2016
We have Audio Description arrangements for more than 15 events during the year. These are some of the shows on offer for the first part of the year:
- Perth International Arts Festival Opening: 13 February
- Fringe World Festival: 30 January and 7 February
- The Lion King: 19 February
- Bharti Kher/Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery: 12 March
- Fremantle Street Arts Festival: 27 and 28 March
- The Little Prince/Spare Parts Puppet Theatre: 14 April.
The full program with booking details is availble below for download. You can follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on each show.
For all shows, you must buy a ticket and book a headset. Tickets are bought from the venue. Headsets (except for Fringe events) are booked through Jacqueline at DADAA. (See contact details below).
A small group of members from VisAbility will provide input into the types of cultural activities to select as part of the program, which will include theatre, dance, comedy works and more mainstream events.
DADAA is also partnering with Access2Arts in Adelaide, South Australia, who have trained three WA-based Audio Describers and will help to support them throughout the initiative through ongoing mentoring and consultation.
The program is part of DADAA's larger goal to facilitate social inclusion for people who are blind, vision impaired or deafblind.
more information or to book a headset
For more information, please call Jacque.
M: 0400 111 018
Listen to the audio file or watch the video below to hear why producers and audience members love DADAA's audio described performances.