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Blind In The Rabbit Hole

Screech Arts

Stigma Through the Looking Glass.

The performance is based on elements from “Alice in Wonderland” and incorporates artists’ stories and lived experiences of stigma around disability. 

Not wanting to turn a blind eye anymore, “Alice” falls into the rabbit hole with a desire to educate herself on the realities of stigma. Through this experience, Alice hopes to take her learnings back to reality and influence more communication, connection and educate those around her on the unconscious stigma that comes in many forms throughout society.   

The performance encourages audience members to delve into a metaphorical “Rabbit Hole” of stigma. The artists have come together in collaboration to promote connections, understanding and sharing of their stories. They are using their performance platform to make their voices heard and their stories told –encouraging audience members to listen and reflect.  

"I loved Blind in the Rabbit Hole, it was so confronting and deep.”

Date and TIME

Saturday 23 September 2023


1 hour


Auslan Interpreted Icon   Auslan interpreted

wheelchair accessible icon    Wheelchair accessible

Audio Description icon  Audio description

Closed Captions  Live captioning



Companion Cards Accepted


Diane Cilento Studio
Queensland Theatre
78 Montague Road
South Brisbane QLD 4101

Undercover Artist Festival is hosted at Queensland Theatre, find out more about purchasing tickets here and venue access here.

Community/Concession tickets are available for people with disability, First Nations patrons, seniors, and concession card holders. Companion Card holders can access a free ticket.

Access Arts Theatre and Dance Ensemble

Access Arts Singers

The renowned Access Arts Singers present their work at events with community partners and festivals. Our choir enjoys creating original songs, learning new songs and celebrating the classics!  

The Access Arts Theatre and Dance Ensemble are contemporary performance makers, combining creative movement, stagecraft and improvisation to perform new work on professional stages. 

Access Arts is Queensland’s leading organisation creating opportunities in the performing and visual arts for people with disability or disadvantage. Working alongside artists and other industry organisations, Access Arts drives a creative dialogue around how an inclusive arts ecology enriches our arts industry.

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