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Betsy and I

Betsy and I is a new, disability led, semi-autobiographical performance work that explores Ivy’s relationship her disability through her friendship with her wheelie-walker, Betsy. Set in a tea party, the show is full of honest and often funny conversations, Betsy and I explores what it means to be disabled. This show is accessible for both […]


Blending comedy, drama, puppetry and one very special quilt. Sheltered is an autobiographical rollercoaster that playfully challenges perceptions of disability through the themes of housing and homelessness, the school system and young adulthood.

Sleep and the City

Emma is in pink and white polka dot pyjamas with a pink sleeping mask. She is holding a martini glass and looking upwards.

Featuring a three-piece band led by musical director and ‘self-proclaimed-Samantha’ Jake Bristow, the world premiere of Sleep and the City delivers the perfect mix of insight, entertainment, and originality, peppered with pop hits and music theatre classics.

Gold Medal Arts

Setting the stage in 2032, the arts and culture sector are dreaming of vibrant, enthralling arts experiences for locals and visitors alike and the disability arts community is no different.

This Gold Medal Arts: To 2032 Paralympics and Beyond Panel invites Australian Paralympians, artists with disability, and key stakeholders to share their visions of an accessible, inclusive arts program. Speaking to the intersection of accessible arts and sports, the community growth opportunity, and the Olympic and Paralympic atmosphere, Gold Medal Arts will set the stage for an epic cultural program in 2032.

On Our Terms

Artists with disability take the lead on discussions of authentic representation and disability cultural safety in the arts sector.