Many of the performances in Dance Base’s Fringe programme have additional elements to support audiences that have access requirements. This information is listed below, and on individual show webpages.
Dance Base provides disability ticket holders with one free ticket for a companion or personal assistant. Please note that personal assistant tickets are only available to book through our box office, either in person or over the phone, and will only be given when accompanying a purchased ticket.
If you would like more information about particular shows or support in selecting and booking your ticket, please contact our Front of House Team on 0131 225 5525 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the performances are BSL-interpreted. This means that a BSL interpreter will be on stage interpreting the spoken word into BSL. Where possible, we will list the position of the interpreter so audiences can pick a seat that allows them a good view of the interpreter.
Please see the individual show webpage for a description of the ways each of these shows is being presented as a relaxed performance.
Some shows offer open captions as part of the show. This means that verbal and non-verbal sounds will appear as text through either a projection and/or on a screen.
Some shows have pre-recorded audio description. Audio description is a commentary for people with sight problems who have difficulty seeing, for example, activity on a stage. The audio description for the shows listed below will be delivered via a headset using radio or infrared transmitters. A headset unit can be reserved in advance by contacting our Front of House team. We have a limited availability so we recommend reserving headsets at the same time as booking your ticket.