Wearable Art – City of Mandurah Audio Described, Assistive Listening & Relaxed Performance

Audio Description is for people who are blind or vision impaired.

Assistive Listening is for people who use blue tooth hearing aids.

The Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase returns to dazzle audiences in an unforgettable theatrical experience, bringing works of wearable art to life through music, dance and film at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.

This year’s much anticipated event showcases the creativity and imagination of these revolutionary works of art from across Australia and overseas.

With a choice of evening or matinee performance, this family-friendly production will delight audiences of all ages.

Accessible Performance

Sunday’s matinee is a family-friendly, inclusive theatrical experience. The adapted performance is designed for people and families wanting the entertainment of the Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase in a more casual environment.

Accessibility elements include:

  • Audio Description and a Tactile Tour (for people who are blind and vision impaired only)
  • Assistive Listening (for people who use Bluetooth hearing aids only)
  • Auslan Interpreter
  • Social Story sent to all attendees before the performance
  • Chill-Out Zone

To book audio description or assistive listening contact:
Jacqueline Homer – Access Program Producer, DADAA
Jacqueline@dadaa.org.au 0400 111 018

Only for audience members requiring Audio description (people who are blind or vision impaired):

Download the free Sennheiser Mobileconnect app prior to arriving at the venue and bring your own earphones.