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If you have any questions about accessibility that are not answered on this page, please get in touch! Contact Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250 383 2663.
Downloadable Show Guide
This Word format (.docx) guide includes the information about each show from the program guide and website in a text-only format. It also includes any additional information we have about each show, such as details on visual elements, audio elements, audience participation, and strobe lighting effects. The show guide will be available to download in mid March.
ASL (American Sign Language) Interpreted Performances
Monstrous, Tuesday May 5, 7:00pm
Venue: Metro Studio. Seating begins at 6:30.
Sansei: The Storyteller, Thursday May 7, 7:00pm
Venue: Intrepid Theatre Club. Seating begins at 6:45.
Suggested seating will be reserved. Please arrive early if you would like to access this seating.
Priority seating is also available on request. Please contact us in advance, and we’ll be happy to let you into the theatre early to choose your seats before the house opens.
asses.masses, Friday May 1, 7:00pm & Saturday May 2, 8:30pm
Venue: Intrepid Theatre Club. Seating begins 15 mins before the show.
asses.masses takes the form of a video game controlled by audience members. All directions appear in text format on the screen. Character dialogue is subtitled. There are many sound and music effects, which contribute to tone but do not influence the narrative.
Live Audio Described Performances
Monstrous, Tuesday May 5, 7:00pm
Venue: Metro Studio
Live audio description provided by VocalEye.
Relaxed and Low-Vision Friendly Performances
Lost Together, Thursday May 7, evening, Friday May 8, evening, & Saturday May 9, afternoon. Multiple showtimes each day.
Venue: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Lost Together is a conversation between the performers and one audience member at a time. Each performance is unique, and created to fit the audience member’s needs. If you have any questions about Lost Together and accessibility, please contact creator/performer Shira Leutcher at email@example.com.
A Visual Story for Lost Together will be available in mid-April. This guide includes information about what to expect at the show, and photos of the performance space, past performances, and the performers.
Please see individual show pages or the downloadable show guide (available mid March) for audience age restrictions, content warnings, and strobe lighting information.
$10 Accessible Ticket Program
Intrepid Theatre offers discount $10 tickets for audiences who identify as disabled or Deaf to all presentations except the Victoria Fringe. You can use the code ACCESS10 to purchase advance tickets online, email or call Holly at Intrepid Theatre to book accessible tickets (firstname.lastname@example.org/250 383 2663), or mention the Accessible Ticket Program at the door (subject to ticket availability).
To book an accessible ticket online, select Regular under General Admission and the number of accessible tickets you would like to purchase. Click Add to Cart, then click Promo Code in the bottom left corner. Type the code ACCESS10 into the pop-up box, then click Apply, and your discount will appear.
Support Persons and Sighted Guides
Intrepid Theatre is a member of the Access 2 Program and welcomes people with disabilities who are accompanied by a support person or sighted guide. Where an individual with a paid ticket requires a support person or sighted guide, admission for the support person or sighted guide is free. Use the promo code ACCESS2 to get a second free ticket online or in person at Ticket Rocket. To book online, select Support Worker Ticket, and type the code into the pop-up box.
Service animals are welcome in all areas of our venues that are open to the public. Please advise the box office when you purchase your tickets.
All UNO Fest venues are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair accessible washrooms. Washrooms at the Intrepid Theatre Club, Metro Studio and Art Gallery of Greater Victoria are all-gender.
For wheelchair access to the Baumann Centre, please contact Intrepid Theatre in advance (250 383 email@example.com).
Intrepid Theatre Club, 1609 Blanshard St (at Fisgard).
Parking in the parking lot is available. There is one designated accessible parking spot in front of Serious Coffee (shares the parking lot with Intrepid Theatre Club). There is also a loading zone directly in front of the Intrepid Theatre Club doors which can be used for drop-off and pick up. For more details on parking and transportation, check out the Intrepid Theatre Club visual guide.
Metro Studio, 1411 Quadra St (at Johnson).
There is no designated parking for the Metro. Street parking is available on Johnson and Quadra Streets, and there is a 3 min loading zone adjacent to the theatre, on Johnson St., for pick up and drop off. Street parking is paid until 6pm and free after 6pm. For more details on parking and transportation, check out the Metro Studio visual guide.
Baumann Centre – 925 Balmoral Rd.
Limited parking is available in the Baumann Centre parking lot. There are no designated accessible spots. There are two 15-min loading zones, one on the street directly in front of the entrance, and one in the parking lot. There is also free 2-hour street parking on Balmoral Rd.
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria – 1040 Moss St.
Parking is available in the parking lot, including one designated accessible spot. The paving is uneven in places. There is also free 2-hour street parking on Wilspencer Pl. and Moss St. For more info on accessibility at the AGGV, visit the accessibility page on their website.
Visual Venue Guides
Visual stories are available for UNO Fest’s main venues, the Intrepid Theatre Club and Metro Studio. These venue guides use pictures and text to help you prepare for your visit. They include photos so you can get to know the space, and information on what to expect when you come to a show.
In the Community
If you are searching out accessible performances in the community, check out the Canadian College of Performing Arts for Relaxed Performances, the Belfry Theatre for audio described performances and Relaxed Performances, the Phoenix Theatre for ASL interpreted performances and audio described performances, Theatre SKAM’s SKAMpede for ASL interpreted and audio described performances, and Embrace Arts Foundation for all access modalities.
Feedback or questions?
As we continue to develop our accessibility program, we welcome any feedback or suggestions you may have. Please contact Holly Lam, Intrepid Theatre Associate Producer, via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (250 383 2663).