Visitor Info

Accessibility at the fringe

We are committed to being an inclusive festival, where everyone can enjoy what we have to offer.

This is why the Fringe is delighted to continue working with our Official Accessibility Partner, Equal Dreams. We hope that through our collaboration, we can make our festival and its related information accessible to as many as possible, including people with disabilities.

Note: This page will be updated as the situation with COVID-19 evolves. We advise users to check back on this page closer to the festival to be updated on any changes.

Wayfinding Guides

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

The Fringe venue at the Esplanade is:

  • Esplanade Theatre Studio, Level 4

Information about accessibility of the venues is provided on Esplanade’s website here.

Wayfinding Guides from City Hall MRT to Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

Wayfinding Guides from Esplanade MRT to Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

Wayfinding Guides from Esplanade entrances to Theatre Studio, Level 4

Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts

The Fringe venue at NAFA is:

  • Studio Theatre, Level 3

Wheelchair access to this venue is via an internal lift that is not accessible by members of the public. Please contact us at and we will be happy to arrange for access.

Wayfinding Guide from Rochor MRT to NAFA Studio Theatre (Level 3)

Wayfinding Guide from Bugis MRT to NAFA Studio Theatre (Level 3)

The Theatre Practice

The Fringe venue at The Theatre Practice is:

  • Practice Space, Ground Floor

The wayfinding guide for this venue will be provided later.

Mobility & Escort Assistance

If you have difficulty walking, require wheelchair access, or require an escort to meet you at a central meeting point to take you to the venue, please contact us when you make your ticket bookings. We will make the necessary arrangements for your needs.

Accessibility Features for Live Performances

We are working with our featured artists to provide accessibility features for performances. These may include: Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation, open captioning, audio descriptions, live note-taking, and so on. Please feel free to contact us so that we can share more about these features with you. Check this space nearer the performance date for useful venue information for your assistance dogs' needs.

Assistance Dogs

We welcome assistance dogs at our Fringe venues! Please contact us when you book your tickets to let us know that your four-legged friend will be attending the performance with you, and we will make the arrangements to cater for your needs.

Quiet Space

We will provide a quiet space outside each venue. This space is for you to take a break from the crowd and the performance space if you need to give your senses a break. Due to COVID measures, we are not able to provide sensory toys in the space. You are encouraged to bring your own stim toys.

Plain English Information

We have provided Plain English summaries on the programme information on this website. This makes the information easy to understand for all, including people with different levels of English literacy levels, and people who might not be familiar with the topic.

Contact Point

We are continually improving the user experience for everyone. If you encounter any barriers in participating in our festival or accessing the information in this website and our social media, please contact us at:

︎ Email

︎ Phone
(+65) 6440 8115

We will do our best to make your theatre visit as pleasant as possible. Thank you.

Photo by Tuckys Photography
Oo-Woo by The Necessary Stage (Singapore)

Image Description: Three persons wearing bird cages over their heads, and a lady in a Malay prayer garment.