Through its Access All Arts program, Disability in the Arts, Disadvantage in the Arts (DADAA) offers Audio Description for selected Fremantle Street Arts Festival shows.
Audio Description enhances live performance and visual art for people who are blind or vision impaired. An Audio Describer delivers a verbal description of the visual elements via a personal headset.
Cho Kairin is performing an audio described show Sunday 21 April at 12.00pm at the Esplanade Park Pitch, Esplanade Park Fremantle.
Master of balance, precision and strength, world-renowned acrobat Cho Kairin is the latest in a long line of a family of acclaimed Chinese acrobats, stretching back to his great grandfather. Award-winning and death-defying, the ‘King of Chinese Acrobats’ brings a lifetime of acrobatic mastery that will thrill and surprise.
The Sculptor Clown is performing an audio described show Sunday 21 April at 1.00pm in at the Esplanade Park Pitch, Esplanade Park Fremantle.
Pedro Tochas is the Sculptor Clown, a Portuguese master of crowd interaction who builds silent movies before your eyes, complete with love, heroes, and villains. Witness the Sculptor Clown craft a complete story from nothing more than his imagination and a touch of help from the audience.
How to book:
Contact Jacqueline Homer from DADAA:
0400 111 018
When booking an audio-described show, please indicate the number of people and number of headsets you require.
Places are limited.
All bookings must be made at least 7 days before each show.
Bookings will only be confirmed when you receive a confirmation email.