To help with this, Perth Festival have moved all of their access bookings online. This means for all Auslan interpreted, captioning, audio description, tactile tour, wheelchair or companion card bookings you now have the option to book online, over the phone, in person or via email.

So, what are you waiting for? Check these shows out!



Closed Captioning, Tactile Tour, Audio Description – Fri 14 Feb 7pm

Auslan Interpreting – Thu 13 Feb 7pm

The long-awaited follow-up to one of Australian theatre’s most acclaimed collaborations asks a bold question: does Australia share a dream and do we really sing with one voice? Twenty-one years ago four playwrights and a composer came together to create Who’s Afraid of the Working Class?, a series of powerful interwoven vignettes that captured the zeitgeist of Australia in the 1990s. Now the same team reunites to take the pulse of our nation today. A funny and ferocious portrait of a country unable to reconcile its past and uncertain of its future and political vision, Anthem turns up the volume on the everyday injustices we choose not to hear.



Closed Captioning – Sat 15 Feb

Tactile Tour, Audio Description – Sun 16 Feb 6pm

Auslan Interpreting – Fri 14 Feb 7.30pm

It's the biggest, blackest wedding ever and you're invited! Join a mob of Aunties, Uncles and cousins from both sides of the ditch in a hilarious and heart-warming immersive theatre experience. BLACK TIES reimagines the popular wedding rom-com from a distinctively First Nations perspective. Created by a brilliant team of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori artists, featuring a peerless cast and set to a live score of Black anthems and wedding classics, this will be a party to remember.