The Gertrude Street Projection Festival is committed to improving access for all people.
The Gertrude Street Projection Festival is fully wheelchair accessible, with the exception of upstairs at The Catfish (Festival Hub). Guide dogs are welcome at all Gertrude Street Projection Festival venues.
Some people with a disability require the assistance of a companion or carer to access venues and events. The Gertrude Projection Festival offers a second ticket at no cost to people who possess a Companion Card and wish to attend a paid event as part of the Festival.
Patrons should note that there are no public toilets in Gertrude Street. There are however, accessible toilets nearby on the corner of Smith Street and Peel Street, near the Grace Darling Hotel.
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All outdoor projection sites in the Gertrude Street Projection Festival are wheelchair accessible.
Indicates if the performances or event will be Auslan-interpreted.
100% indicates either there is no music or dialogue or all dialogue is captioned, or scripts/ descriptions are given to audience members before the event.
75% Fully subtitled providing access to spoken word but not background music or sounds.
50% May have music/sounds in the background, or may be partly captioned (or subtitled) or scripts /descriptions are given to the audience before the event on request.
25% Indicates a mostly aural production with very little visual content that could still be understood or enjoyed by a patron if they could not see it.
Unfortunately, the Gertrude Street Projection Festival is unable to provide Assistive Listening Systems, including Hearing Loops and Ear Pieces.