Designed for patrons with disability and their families, or anyone who may benefit from a more relaxed environment. Relaxed performances usually have slight modifications to sound and lighting, downloadable pre-visit social stories, support aids and an open-door policy with dedicated quiet area.
Laser Beak Man
Artist Tim Sharp’s cult-classic comes to life with eye-popping staging and offbeat humour.
Sydney Opera House
12 January, 2pm.
Two performers from the cast will brief the audience before the show starts on all the changes made for the relaxed performance and to introduce the puppets.
- Doors will open earlier so audiences can settle before the performance
- Smoke/haze and strobes will be removed
- Sounds levels will be reduced: overall sound levels will be lower and louder moments reduced
- House lights will be up so audiences can easily come & go if need be
- There will be a ‘chill out’ area in the foyer with beanbags and fidget toys
We encourage audiences to bring sunglasses along as the LED panels can be bright.
Click here for the Laser Beak Man Social Story
Explore an immense, radiantly lit inflated labyrinth of winding paths and soaring domes. Wheelchair accessible
All sessions of Dodecalis Luminarium are accessible to everyone, embracing all ages and abilities. The dedicated neurodiverse-friendly relaxed sessions with Autism Spectrum Australia volunteers in attendance are now full, however if you have any particular requirements please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will be able to assist.
Click here for the Dodecalis Luminarium Social Story
She Conjured the Clouds
A magical adventure of the senses for both kids and adults by acclaimed artist Justene Williams, accessible to all audiences.
Campbelltown Arts Centre
17 January, 1.30pm. This performance will have lowered sounds and lights, freedom to come and go and a chill out area.
Bran Nue Dae
Jimmy Chi’s exuberant, hilarious and hopeful homegrown musical gets a 30th birthday revival.
25 January, 2pm