1-11 August 2024  View all 2024 events

Our full 2024 Access program will be announced on Wednesday 19 June.

Please check back or follow us on social media to learn all about the accessible offerings for BLEACH* 2024! 

The BLEACH* team strives to make our events as inclusive and accessible as possible, while acknowledging that as a place-based festival, it is not always within our reach to make our events and locations fully accessible to all audience members at all times.

We work with our Disability Inclusion Reference Group to ensure that the perspectives of people who identify as d/Deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent are included in the work we do and the decisions we make about disability access and inclusion. You can learn more about the Reference Group HERE. 

Our website currently offers the Userway access widget in an effort to make our website as accessible as possible. Event information and marketing materials can also be offered in alternative formats on request. You can access the Userway widget by clicking on the button on the bottom right corner of the screen. 

ACCESS AT BLEACH*

Accessibility at BLEACH* starts with information. We aim to provide as much detailed information as possible about each of our events so that patrons can make informed choices about whether attending a specific event is right for them. This includes information about parking and drop off options, distance and terrain, toilets and amenities available as well as specific information related to the visual, auditory and sensory content of each event.

This year we are introducing our Festival Access Team to each BLEACH* location. These team members will be ready to answer questions, provide information and generally assist with all things access! 

Each year we offer a selection of Auslan interpreted, audio described performances and other accessibility options so that patrons with access needs may more fully engage with works in the Festival. 

Our full 2024 Accessible program will be announced on Wednesday 19 June. Please return to this page to learn all about the accessible offerings for BLEACH* 2024! 

You can find information about the festival as a whole below, and information about specific artworks on each work’s webpage. 

KEEP IN TOUCH
We strongly encourage patrons with access requirements to note their needs on their ticket/registration form. Doing this helps us get a better picture of the access requirements of our audience and be better prepared to meet the needs of our patrons.

We believe it is important to acknowledge that we make mistakes and to own the mistakes we make. We always value authentic feedback – if you can see a way for us to do better, please get in touch.

HOW TO USE THIS PAGE
This page has information sorted in two key ways:

  • BLEACH* Festival Hub (location).
    Each Festival Hub has a section listing key site information (parking, drop-off, toilets etc.). The Festival Hub section also lists every show taking place at that location, and you can click on the show name to see the current access information for that show. 
  • Lived experience ‘type’
    While we recognise that no two lived experiences are the same, we have summarised information that may be useful for people who have a similar ‘category’ or type of access need. For example, people who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing, who might be interested in what shows are primarily visual or are going to be Auslan interpreted. 

You can also see the event-specific access information on the dedicated page for that Event. The access information will be the same as on this page, however there will be other information such as a show summary, artist information and credits.

Due to the evolving nature of the festival  planning process, the information on this page will be updated to provide the most current information. We encourage you to check this page prior to your visit to the festival to make sure you have the most up-to-date version of our access info.  As per our website terms and conditions, please note that all information is correct at time of publishing, but BLEACH* reserves the right to make changes to the event program as required. 

HOW TO CONTACT US
We encourage anyone with questions, feedback or needing further information about BLEACH* Festival and accessibility to contact Festival Access Liaison, Emma-June Curik via one of the following methods:
Email: emma-june@placemakers.org.au
Phone: 07 55 256 468
SMS: 0429 489 969

BLEACH* ACCESS TEAM

BLEACH* 2024 sees the introduction of our Festival Access Team!

Each BLEACH* Hub will have a team member on site to assist with all things accessibility. Check back in August to find out where you can find them when visiting the festival.

LOVE YOUR LOCAL North Burleigh HUb

There are a small number of accessible car parks located along The Esplanade.

Burleigh Heads can be very busy for parking and we encourage patrons, to allow plenty of additional time to find parking and make their way to the festival site.

There is no formal drop off area onsite, however there is a small break in parking with curb cut access near the Lifeguard Building (directly across from the Burleigh Heads Hotel)

There will be portable accessible toilets on site as well as the Council accessible toilets already on site in Ed Hardy Park

Most of the Hub is grassed, with a wide concrete path available through the middle, connecting the entire site. The Festival Bar will also have a concrete path through the centre, and a wheelchair accessible viewing area close to the Live Music Stage. 

Wherever possible, temporary surfaces such as matting will be provided to connect these existing pathways to event areas. 

More information on this and viewing areas for specific performances can be found below. 

Event Accessibility

BLACKLINE & FRIENDS CLOSING PARTY

The full BLEACH* Access program will be released on Wednesday 17 June. Check back or visit our socials on this date for more information about Accessibility offerings at BLEACH* Festival 2024.

Acts performing on the live music stage are primarily sound-based. Sight is not required to enjoy close to the full experience of the work.

The Live Music Stage will have an accessible viewing area. This area will be close to the stage and accessible via a temporary matted surface, making it accessible to most wheelchair users.

The stage is in close proximity to other sound based works, which may result in overlapping sounds at times.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content

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FEELING CROSS OR COMFY?

This workshop is delivered both through visual and spoken word instructions. The workshop will have a relaxed atmosphere and people of all abilities are encouraged to attend.
Some BLEACH* workshops use tables as working spaces, some are more likely to have the majority of participants seated on the ground.
Most workshops require some ability to grip and manoeuvre fabrics and textiles, but this will differ from workshop to workshop.
It may be possible to modify the workshop to accommodate individual access needs.

If you have questions about whether this workshop is right for you, please contact our friendly BLEACH* team in advance, or see the Access Team Member at the Hub on the day.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet

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FEVER DREAM

This work contains both visual and audio content. The work will take place across the Hub, and there is no fixed seating or viewing area from which to enjoy the performance.

Audience members with particular access requirements are encouraged to contact us before their visit or to connect with the Festival Access Team Member at the Hub to discuss how they may best enjoy the performance.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

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FEVER DREAM – WORKSHOP

This work contains both visual and audio content. The work will take place across the Hub, and there is no fixed seating or viewing area from which to enjoy the performance.

Audience members with particular access requirements are encouraged to contact us before their visit or to connect with the Festival Access Team Member at the Hub to discuss how they may best enjoy the performance.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

View FEVER DREAM – WORKSHOP

FIRST LIGHT

The performance will contain visual (dance, music and cultural practices) and auditory (music and speech) elements. The work will be performed in both traditional language/song and English.

This event will take place on the sand at North Burleigh Beach. There will be limited seating available on the beach. Patrons will be welcome to stand or sit to watch the performance.

The pathway to the sand will have beach mobility matting added. This path will extend to a small viewing area on the sand. We encourage audience members with mobility needs who would like to travel down to the sand to contact us, so we can discuss your particular requirements.

The event begins just before sunrise, with minimal additional lighting provided for audiences to get to the sand. Audience members who require assistance in darker spaces may wish to bring along a person to assist them make their way to the sand. Alternatively, audience members can ask our front of house team for assistance at the event.
The sun rises during the event and audience members exit the beach in full daylight.

The event site will have fire pits, which will be administered by professionals – it may not be suitable for those who find fire, smoke or ash uncomfortable.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Primarily Audio based content

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GCMA – PEOPLE’S CHOICE NOMINEES ANNOUNCEMENT

Acts performing on the live music stage are primarily sound-based. Sight is not required to enjoy close to the full experience of the work.

The Live Music Stage will have an accessible viewing area. This area will be close to the stage and accessible via a temporary matted surface, making it accessible to most wheelchair users.

The stage is in close proximity to other sound based works, which may result in overlapping sounds at times.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content

View GCMA – PEOPLE’S CHOICE NOMINEES ANNOUNCEMENT

HEXADECA

HEXADECA is an installation that includes tactile, visual and audio content, although not all are required to have a meaningful engagement with the work.
HEXADECA may cause dizziness in those who sit and spin in the cups.

HEXADECA may be accessible for people who have mobility requirements - we encourage audience members to get in touch with us to discuss their requirements to see whether participating in the work is right for you.

Multiple people are able to enjoy HEXADECA at a time, and other participants are in control of the operation of the sound elements of the work.
The work takes place in close proximity to several other sound/music based works, which may result in overlapping sounds at times.

Key information about this event

  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Audio Described materials available for blind or low vision audience members

View HEXADECA

INKING AND NATURAL FIBRES

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet

View INKING AND NATURAL FIBRES

LIVE MUSIC STAGE

Acts performing on the live music stage are primarily sound-based. Sight is not required to enjoy close to the full experience of the work.

The Live Music Stage will have an accessible viewing area. This area will be close to the stage and accessible via a temporary matted surface, making it accessible to most wheelchair users.

The stage is in close proximity to other sound based works, which may result in overlapping sounds at times.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content

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MAKE YOUR OWN NATURE BRUSHES

This workshop is delivered both through visual and spoken word instructions. The workshop will have a relaxed atmosphere and people of all abilities are encouraged to attend.
Some BLEACH* workshops use tables as working spaces, some are more likely to have the majority of participants seated on the ground.
Most workshops require some ability to grip and manoeuvre fabrics and textiles, but this will differ from workshop to workshop.
It may be possible to modify the workshop to accommodate individual access needs.

If you have questions about whether this workshop is right for you, please contact our friendly BLEACH* team in advance, or see the Access Team Member at the Hub on the day.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet

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THE FARM – TEN

The viewing area for this work is a grassed area, with a natural incline toward the performance stage. An accessible viewing area (with a temporary flooring surface adjacent to the paved pathway) will be in place for those requiring a more flat, sturdy surface from which to watch the performance.

The event is primarily visual - having minimal dialogue and some background music or sounds, so Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have close to the full experience of the work.

This work is in development throughout the festival and may contain sensory elements or content not listed here.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

View THE FARM – TEN

THE WALKING TRACK

The work contains both visual and audio/sound content. The sound will be experienced via headphones that will be provided to audience members.

The work requires audience members to travel along the Burleigh Esplanade to visit several performance locations along (or near to) the concrete Oceanway path. Audience will be guided through this experience in a group. The work is likely to be able to be fully experienced by those using a wheelchair. Audience members who will be walking should expect to be on their feet for approx. 45 - 60mins.

The full BLEACH* Access program will be released on Wednesday 17 June. Check back or visit our socials on this date for more information about Accessibility offerings at BLEACH* Festival 2024.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

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YUGAMBEH TRADITIONAL WEAVING

This workshop is delivered both through visual and spoken word instructions. The workshop will have a relaxed atmosphere and people of all abilities are encouraged to attend.
Some BLEACH* workshops use tables as working spaces, some are more likely to have the majority of participants seated on the ground.
Most workshops require some ability to grip and manoeuvre fabrics and textiles, but this will differ from workshop to workshop.
It may be possible to modify the workshop to accommodate individual access needs.

If you have questions about whether this workshop is right for you, please contact our friendly BLEACH* team in advance, or see the Access Team Member at the Hub on the day.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet

View YUGAMBEH TRADITIONAL WEAVING

Broadbeach Cultural Precinct

There are a small number of accessible car parks located throughout the Broadbeach Cultural Precinct car park, either side of the Broadbeach Community Space.

Patrons are welcome to contact the BLEACH* team to discuss the parking locations that might be most convenient for them.

A dedicated accessible drop-off area will be located on the southern side of the Broadbeach Cultural Precinct car park.

This is best accessed by entering the carpark via Bacardi Court and then following the signs to the drop-off area.

There will be an accessible toilet on-site, located on the exterior of the Broadbeach Cultural Centre.

The Broadbeach Hub covers an area that is several hundred square metres. The entire Precinct is relatively flat and is a mix of concrete or paved pathways and flat grassed area.

You can see below for more information about each area of the Precinct.

Our Broadbeach Hub is home to several different spaces, each with slightly different access information. Please see below for more info. 

Event Accessibility

BRASS ON THE RIVER

This event takes place on the River Stage at the Broadbeach Hub. The seating area for the stage is accessed via a concrete path and then a grassed area of approximately 150m. An area will be reserved for wheelchair users and those with mobility requirements. Audience members travelling to the stage will pass by a bright lighting installation.

This event is primarily sound-based. Sight is not required to enjoy close to the full experience of the work.
We encourage audience members to note their access requirements on the registration form so that we can best provide for their needs.

Key information about this event

  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content

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RIVER OF GOLD

This work will be located on a grassed area adjacent to the River Stage at the Broadbeach Hub. Audiences can get close to the work via a concrete pathway, but best viewing may be from the grassed area.

This is a 100% visual work, which contains no sound, music or dialogue. Deaf or hard of hearing audiences can engage fully with the work.

The full BLEACH* Access program will be released on Wednesday 17 June. Check back or visit our socials on this date for more information about Accessibility offerings at BLEACH* Festival 2024.

Key information about this event

  • 100% visual content
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Language is no barrier

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SPEAKEASY

This event takes place in the Cultural Forecourt at the Broadbeach Hub.

This event is primarily sound-based. Sight is not required to enjoy close to the full experience of the work.
We encourage audience members to note their access requirements on the registration form so that we can best provide for their needs.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content

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US AND ALL OF THIS

This is a primarily visual work, with minimal dialogue and some background music or sounds. Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have close to the full experience of the work. There is no dialogue in the work.

This performance is well suited to people with different access needs and is a relaxed, calm work suitable for those with sensory triggers.
The performance takes place in and around the Broadbeach Hub. There is no specific seating area for the work, which can be enjoyed from many locations across the Broadbeach Hub.

Key information about this event

  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet
  • Language is no barrier

View US AND ALL OF THIS

WAYFINDERS:
A PACIFIC JOURNEY

This event takes place on the River Stage at the Broadbeach Hub. The seating area for the stage is accessed via a concrete path and then a grassed area of approximately 150m. An area will be reserved for wheelchair users and those with mobility requirements. Audience members travelling to the stage will pass by a bright lighting installation.

This event is primarily sound-based. Sight is not required to enjoy close to the full experience of the work.
We encourage audience members to note their access requirements on the registration form so that we can best provide for their needs.

Key information about this event

  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content
  • Language is no barrier

View WAYFINDERS:
A PACIFIC JOURNEY

HOTA, Home of the Arts

The HOTA carpark can be busy, so allow extra time if you are travelling by car.

There are accessible parking spaces close to the Lower Ground entrance of the HOTA Gallery. There are also spaces in front of the main entrance of HOTA Central.

There are designated set-down and pick up areas in front of the HOTA Central Building and the Lower Ground entrance to the HOTA Gallery.

More detail about access specific to your HOTA venue can be found below. 

Accessible toilets are located  throughout the HOTA Precinct, including in HOTA Central, HOTA Gallery, Outdoor Stage and the public amenities at Evandale Lake. 

HOTA Gallery  has a Changing Places accessible toilet and adult change facility, located on the lower ground floor. 

The HOTA Precinct is a large site that includes several large, multi-story buildings an outdoor amphitheatre, parklands and a lake. 

Check in with our Festival Access team, who can help you find the best way to get where you’re going!

 

Event Accessibility

FOURTEEN

Content Warning: This play contains strong coarse language, mature themes, simulated violence, depictions of self-harm and suicide ideation, and sexual abuse. It also contains strobe lighting, theatrical smoke effects, and the use of stage cigarettes.

The 7.30pm performance of Fourteen will be Auslan interpreted.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Auslan-interpreted performance offered
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

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LOCKED IN

Content Warnings: Contains adult themes, sexual references, and other potentially triggering subject matter relating to

The performance contains primarily visual content, having minimal dialogue and some background music or sounds, so Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have close to the full experience of the work.
The performance may contain other sensory stimuli (e.g sudden loud noises, strong smells, intense visuals/colours),

This performance will be delivered in an immersive mode, which means that the performance may take place in and around the audience. The audience may find themselves very close to the performers.
The majority of audience members will experience this work while standing. If you require seating in order to attend this performance, please note this when booking. Wheelchair users are able to attend this performance - please see our Festival Access Team or the HOTA Front of House team on arrival for directions to the wheelchair accessible entrance to the venue.

This performance takes place in The Basement at HOTA. You can find out more about access options for The Basement on our Accessibility page.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Language is no barrier

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NEWRETRO: 21 WORKS

This event is a series of primarily visual dance works that are presented on screens. Each work has an accompanying sound or music track that can be listened to via the provided headphones. However, audiences are free to enjoy the works without headphones.

Audience members with the need to avoid certain types of subject matter/content, or certain sensory stimulus they would prefer to avoid, should connect with the Festival Access Team Member on-site, who can assist with further information about each work.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Language is no barrier

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NEWRETRO: DUETS

Content Warning: The work named Split contains nudity and is an 18+ event.

These works are primarily visual works with some dialogue and music and Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the work.

The event contains 5 individual dance works. A short (5 minute) break will take place between each work. Audience members can choose to attend individual works or all 5 works in a session.

This event takes place in Theatre 2, which has a limited amount of wheelchair accessible seating and some seating that is accessed by 2 steps (upward). While the event is General Admission, wheelchair and 2 step up seats can be pre-reserved by contacting our team in advance to reserve.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet

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SELVE CINEMA

This event contains both visual and audio content, in the form of rock music and an accompanying film.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

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THE MIRROR

This work is primarily visual, having minimal dialogue and some background music or sounds, so Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have close to the full experience of the work.

Key information about this event

  • Wheelchair access
  • Primarily visual content
  • Accessible toilet
  • Performances may contain lighting effects, strobe and haze
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music

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Tallebudgera Valley

Parking closest to the pick-up point can be allocated for people with accessibility requirements.

If you need to utilise accessible parking, please contact the BLEACH* team before booking your ticket.

Audience members will be able to be dropped off to the event site, but are unable to be dropped at  the individual performance locations.

The site will have at least one accessible toilet.

Each venue has between 10m – 200m distance from car parking area to the performance area. Terrain at each location is different, but includes grass, gravel and dirt pathways.

Patrons with limited mobility are strongly encouraged to get in contact with the BLEACH* Team to discuss their needs before booking a ticket to this event.

Event Accessibility

SLOW ART – SOUNDS OF THE VALLEY

This event takes place on a large rural property and takes place outdoors and in the elements, with minimal seating provided. Audience members are encouraged to bring their own picnic rug or camping chair to enjoy each performance.
The performances are primarily sound/music based and sight is not required to enjoy a close to the full experience of the work. The work takes place in the daytime.

Audience members will meet at a central location and be bussed to the performance location. It may be possible to reserve car parks for patrons with specific accessibility needs at the meeting point.
This should be arranged with the BLEACH* team prior to ticket purchase. Once on the property, audiences will need to travel to four different locations to see all four of the performances. Travel by car/motor vehicle to these locations is not possible as part of this event. Audiences who have mobility requirements and particularly those who use mobility aids such as wheelchairs, walkers and canes are strongly encouraged to contact our team before purchasing a ticket to this event.
Audience members will be required to traverse across several different types of terrain to reach each performance location. The distance and terrain varies between locations, but includes gravel, dirt and grass and covers a minimum distance of 1km.

Audience members with access requirements, particularly those with mobility needs are strongly encouraged to contact our friendly BLEACH* team, who can provide details specific to any access requirements the patron may have.

Key information about this event

  • Accessible toilet
  • Performance may contain loud sounds/music
  • Primarily Audio based content
  • Language is no barrier

View SLOW ART – SOUNDS OF THE VALLEY

LIVED EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

Each site has information about its physical access listed above, including parking, drop-off points, accessible toilets and distance and terrain likely to be found at the site.

BLEACH* 2024 events that are wheelchair accessible include:

Newretro: 21 Works
Live Music Stage
Us and All of This
Playbook
The Farm – Ten
Today I Feel A Soft Breeze
GCMA People’s Choice Announcement
Blackline Band and Friends Closing Party

Events that are likely to be accessible but may require booking:
Feeling Cross or Comfy?
Fever Dream
Fourteen
Inking With Natural Fibres
Make Your Own Nature Brushes
Newretro: Duets
Selve Cinema
Swim
The Mirror
The Walking Track
Yugambeh Traditional Weaving

Events that are likely to be accessible but may require some support or assistance to attend:
Brass on the River
First Light
Last Light
River of Gold 
Speakeasy
Wayfinders: A Pacific Journey

We know that each individual’s needs can be different, or even change from day to day, so please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our team if you would like more detail about our event locations in order to decide whether to attend one of our events. 

BLEACH* aims to provide d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing People with a range of experiences that are fully able to be engaged with and enjoyed. 

Events and artworks that are are fully or almost completely visual include:
River of Gold
Us and All of This

Check this page on Wednesday 17 June to see the full BLEACH* 2024 Access program. 

Patrons who would like to engage an interpreter to see a performance not on this list are encouraged to get in contact with us to see how we might be able to best accommodate you and your interpreter.

BLEACH* aims to provide as much detail as possible about sensory elements and potential triggers contained in each work. If you have specific content or sensory triggers, please contact our team, who’ll endeavour to assist in providing further detail where possible. 

Quiet Zone | HOTA
HOTA  will have a Quiet Zone availble for audience members on Sat 3 and Sun 4th of August between 1pm – 9pm. Further information can be found in the HOTA section.

Check this page on Wednesday 17 June to see the full BLEACH* 2024 Access program. 

 

The BLEACH* program contains several works that are primarily sound and/or music based, where sight is not essential to engaging with the work. These include:

Live Music Stage
Brass on the River
Wayfinders: A Pacific Journey
Speakeasy
GCMA People’s Choice Announcement
Blackline Band and Friends Closing Party

Check this page on Wednesday 17 June to see the full BLEACH* 2024 Access program.

You can contact our friendly team during business hours (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm), including our Festival Access Liaison, Emma-June Curik via one of the following methods:
Emailemma-june@placemakers.org.au
Phone: 07 55 256 468
SMS: 0429 489 969

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Yugambeh Language Region and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of the Gold Coast. We recognise their continuing connection and contributions to country and culture. We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. 

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