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ACCESSIBLE VIEWING

A Little More Light

Groupe F
Adelaide Festival's Opening Weekend Spectacular

The accessible viewing area will be located at the Southern end of Victoria Park near Beaumont Road and will be the hub for all things access; electric wheelchair charging point, information regarding the audio descriptive service, water for guide dogs and accessible chairs if needed. Please see below information for further details regarding the services available on the evening along with designated parking and drop-off zones.

Read more on A Little More Light
Download an accessibilty map for A Little More Light
Download the MP3 file about A Little More Light


COMPANION CARD
People who hold a Companion Card can purchase a second Festival ticket at no cost
through BASS Ticketing.



WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

All Adelaide Festival events are accessible for people who use wheelchairs or who have limited mobility. Please contact the Festival or the venues directly, for venue specific information if needed.


ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR BATTERY CHARGING POINTS
An electric wheel chair battery charging point will be available at the following events:

A Little More Light
Victoria Park Racecourse (Southern End)
27 February 8.45pm
**located in the accessible viewing area

Writers' Week
Pioneer Women's Memorial Gardens
28 February - 5 March, daily



AUDIO DESCRIPTION

Audio Description enhances the live theatre experience for people who are blind or have low vision. Through the use of a small radio receiver, audience members can listen to a description of the visual aspects of the performance during appropriate breaks in the dialogue.

A Little More Light
Victoria Park Racecourse (Southern End)
27 February 8.45pm
The audio description will also be broadcast live on Radio Adelaide 101.5FM. It is recommended that you bring your radio as only a limited number will be available on the night. The broadcast will commence at 8.45pm.



GUIDED PRE-SHOW TOUR

The Sapphires
Scott Theatre, Kintore Avenue
2 March, 8.00pm * Patrons are invited to arrive at 5.30pm for a discussion with the actors and familiarise themselves with the set, followed by the performance.



DOWNLOADABLE MP3 FILES

MP3 audio files click on the links to download

A Little More Light
Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art Before and After Science
Artists' Week
Be Your Self
Barely Contained
Julia Zemiro's Comfort Zone
En Masse
Adelaide Festival Introduction
Flight
Food Court
Frame & Circle
Good Morning Mr Gershwin
La Clique
Le Grand Macabre
London Sinfonietta
Mahler 8: Symphony of a Thousand
Man Covets Bird
Monteverdi Vespers
Ngurrumilmarrmeriyu (Wrong Skin)
Northern Lights
Paul Grabowsky
Reel Life
Shanghai Beauty
Untrained
Visual Arts Program
Vs Macbeth
Wayne Shorter Quartet



AUSLAN INTERPRETATION


2010 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Before & After Science

Art Gallery of South Australia
12 & 14 March, 11.00am & 20 March, 12.00pm


Artists' Week 2010: Art in the Global Present

Keynote: Lucy & Jorge Orta
Water, Food, Antarctica & Other Projects
Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West Campus
Saturday 27 February, 10.00 - 11.30am




NO MUSIC/SOUND OR DIALOGUE



Northern Lights

North Terrace, Adelaide
26 February, 9.45pm - 1.00am
27 February - 5 April, dusk - 1.00am

Reel Life
Elder Park Rotunda
26 February - 14 March, dusk - 1.00am



SURTITLED

Le Grand Macabre
Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
26, 28 February & 3, 4 March, 7.00pm



ASSISTIVE LISTENING

The events
below are in venues that have Assistive Listening Systems installed and can be used to amplify or enhance sound quality and eliminate background noise. Please contact the Festival or venues directly, for further information on the operation of hearing loops if needed.

The Walworth Farce
Her Majesty's Theatre
3-5 March, 8.00pm
6 March, 2.00pm & 8.00pm
7 March, 5.00pm

Food Court
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre
3 - 5 March, 8.00pm
6 March, 6.00pm

The Sound and the Fury
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre
11 & 12 March, 7.30pm
13 March, 2.00pm & 7.30pm
14 March, 6.00pm

Ngurrumilmarrmeriyu (Wrong Skin)
Her Majesty's Theatre, Grote Street
11 - 13 March, 7.30pm
13 & 14 March, 2.00pm

Man Coverts Bird
Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
3 - 5 March, 7.00pm
6 &7 March, 6.00pm & 8.30pm

En Masse
Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
27 February, 6.00pm & 10.00pm
28 February, 3.30pm & 7.00pm
1 March, 6.00pm

Dualities
Elder Hall, The University of Adelaide
*please check program for details

Shanghai Beauty
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre
26 & 27 February, 7.00pm
28 February, 5.00pm
1 March, 7.00pm

Be Your Self
Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
20, 23 - 27 February, 8.00pm
28 February, 5.00pm

Frame & Circle
Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre
10 - 13 March, 7.00pm
14 March, 5.00pm

Writers' Week
Pioneer Women's Memorial Gardens
28 February - 5 March, daily

Mahler 8: Symphony of a Thousand
Entertainment Centre
13 March, 8.00pm
*broadcast on 88.3FM. Patrons can then bring their own FM receiver (radio walkman etc) to use in venue



FURTHER INFORMATION

TICKETING INFORMATION

Phone: BASS 113 246 Monday - Saturday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Internet:
www.adelaidefestival.com.au or www.bass.net.au

CONTACT INFORMATION

Adelaide Festival
Street Address:
Level 9/33 King William St, Adelaide
Postal address:
PO Box 8221 Station Arcade, Adelaide SA 5000
Email: info@adelaidefestival.com.au
Phone: 8216 4444



TRANSPORT

Secure Bike Parking and dedicated Disabled Parking will be available at our opening night event A Little More Light, located on Beaumont Road. Please note Adelaide Festival takes no responsibility for bikes parked at Adelaide Festival events. Bikes parked at owners' risk.


Accessible parking information for the City of Adelaide is available. Go to
www.adelaidecitycouncil.com

Adelaide's public transport, including timetables, ticketing information and maps. Go to www.adelaidemetro.com.au

Accessible transport options in the City of Adelaide is available at www.sa.gov.au

Disabled parking discount is available in the following U-Park operated car parks:

  • Light Square U-Park
  • Central Market U-Park
  • Topham U-Park
  • Wyatt U-Park
  • Grenfell Street U-Park
  • Gawler Place U-Park
  • Rundle U-Park

* The first two hours of parking in participating U-Parks is free. After the two hours of free parking normal car parking charges apply.

Guide dogs are welcome at every Adelaide Festival event and free water will be provided during our opening night event, A Little More Light.


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