Here are the ways this site incorporates accessibility for all users:
  1. Screen reader friendly text
  2. Keyboard friendly web pages
  3. Alt text for main images
  4. Sufficient colour contrast across the site which has been tested
  5. Clear headings which assist with in-page navigation
  6. Captioned images 
This website is made for you. Accessibility for all users on all devices has been integrated into the design and usability for this site.

We are open to any feedback on how we can continue to improve accessibility for this site. Please emailwith any concerns, suggestions or questions.

All events and performances listed on this website will have information on access for venues and facilities. All program venues we use are wheelchair friendly.


Hearing loops, or assistive listening systems, amplify or enhance sound quality and eliminate background noise for people who are hard of hearing. The devices use standard headphones or can connect with your hearing aid via the T switch or a neck loop.
Audio description enhances the live theatre or film experience for people who are blind or have low vision. Through the use of a small radio receiver and a free, easy-to-use headset, audience members can listen to a description of the visual aspects of the performance during appropriate breaks in the dialogue. Please let us know when booking if you would like to take advantage of audio description, and we will reserve a headset for you.
For performance works, experienced Auslan theatre interpreters stand to the side of the speaker or performed action and translate the text and dialogue into Auslan, signing live.
The event contains no music or dialogue.
The event is fully surtitled or has minimal dialogue, some background music and/or sounds.
Events are partly surtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds.
Captions are on screen text descriptions that communicate dialogue, identify speakers and describe other relevant sounds.
Relaxed performances create a safe and welcoming environment for patrons with autism spectrum conditions, sensory, communication or learning disabilities. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement, some small changes are made to the lighting and sound effects, and audience members can enter and exit the venue throughout the show.
Tactile tours allow patrons who are blind or have low vision to have a hands-on experience of the work. Depending on the production or installation, patrons are given access to costumes, props, and other materials in order to capture the atmosphere of the work. For performance works, the tour takes place directly before the scheduled performance time and is also an opportunity to meet the artist or performers. Patrons and companions must book in advance for all performance works.
Weave makes an effort to ensure that all our program venues and works are wheelchair accessible.