The Toronto Fringe is committed to extending a high level of customer service to all of its patrons. We are dedicated to demonstrating leadership by working constructively with our venues, patrons, staff, volunteers and community to meet and exceed the requirements which will identify, prevent and remove barriers so a fulfilling theatrical experience can be enjoyed by patrons with disabilities.
If you have any questions, please contact Accessibility Coordinator Susan Wolf at email@example.com.
Do you use a screen reader? You may view our fully accessible Assisted Performance Supplement from our 2020 Festival here. We will be releasing a similar document for 2020.
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VISUAL GUIDE TO FRINGE VENUES
These online guides can help you get acquainted with a venue before you visit. They include directions to the venue and information on what you can expect when you get there.
PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKERS
We welcome people with disabilities who are accompanied by a personal support worker. Where a support worker is required, admission to all Fringe performances and events is free for the accompanying person. Every attending patron and accompanying support person must have a valid ticket to that performance or event. Please advise the box office when you purchase your tickets.
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.
Patrons with access needs are requested to identify themselves at the venue box office at least 25 minutes prior to performance start times. Priority seating cannot be guaranteed after general admission begins.
Assistive Listening Devices
Listening Devices are available at these Fringe venues:
#1 Tarragon Mainspace
#2 Tarragon Extraspace
#4 Al Green Theatre
#10 Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace
#11 Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace