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ACCESSIBLE SHOWS


The Winnipeg Fringe Festival strives to make theatre accessible for everyone in our community. We are working to improve the Fringe’s accessibility, and would love to hear from you! Email us at info@winnipegfringe.com or call 204 943 7464.

Click for shows accesible to patrons who are:

Hard of Hearing / Deaf   
English as a New Language 
Low Vision / Blind

Text Only Version of Show Listings

COURTESY SEATING

Courtesy Seating logo New this year, indoor venues will have a limited number of seats reserved for patrons with mobility challenges or who are low vision/blind, hard of hearing/deaf or pregnant. To facilitate easy access, we ask these patrons to check in at the performance venue ticket table 30 minutes before showtime.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE VENUES

To facilitate easy access, wheelchair patrons are asked to check in at the performance venue ticket table 30 minutes before showtime.

Indoor venues are wheelchair accessible EXCEPT for venues 5, 14, 15, 23 & 28.

Updates

Venue 1 – Lady of the Lake – Yellow Den
Seating change: onstage seating, no wheelchair access

RELAXED PERFORMANCES

Crosswalk Productions – My Frozen Heart: A Comic Tragedy – Sunday July 21 at 4:30pm

ASL PERFORMANCES

Ewerton Martins – El Diablo of the Cards – Wednesday, July 17 at 6:30pm
Rage Sweater Productions – Monica Vs The Internet – Tuesday, July 23rd at 8:45pm
O Albatross! – LUB DUB – Wednesday, July 24th at 5:15pm
So Lonely Productions – I Lost on Jeopardy – Thursday, July 25 at 7:15pm
Squirrel Suit Productions – The ADHD ProjectFriday July 26 at 8:45pm
Chris Gibbs – Not Quite SherlockSaturday, July 27 at 3:30pm



Shows accessible to Hard of Hearing/Deaf patrons

These shows are NOT ASL-interpreted but they do have visual-based content.



Shows accessible to patrons who have English as a new language

These shows have more visual-based content and less speech.



Shows accessible to Low Vision/Blind patrons

These shows have more speech and/or music, and less visually-based content.