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Circus Oz presents Model Citizens

Exposing circus skills in unconventional ways, Model Citizens presents stunning group acrobatics with a twist. There will be an Auslan interpreted and audio described performance of Model Citizens on Saturday 8 July.

Model Citizens is a visually and emotionally charged journey by the multi-talented Circus Oz ensemble, which explores what it really means to be a model citizen in today’s ‘model kit’ society.

Accessible Performances

Auslan and audio description

For the 2017 Melbourne season of Model Citizens, two shows will be Auslan interpreted and audio described: the 1.30pm matinee and the 7.30pm evening show on Saturday 8 July.

Tickets in the specific Auslan seats can be booked online at Ticketek.
Seats with a clear view of the Auslan interpreters are A-Reserve prices in seats which are usually more expensive. Booking fees apply.

Patrons requiring audio description can purchase tickets online here or via the Ticketek Special Needs Hotline on 1300 665 915. Tickets can be purchased anywhere in the house. Ringside Gold and Restricted View are standard prices. All other seats are sold at A-reserve prices.

Companion Cards

Circus Oz accepts Companion Cards for all Big Top performances.
To book using a Companion Card please contact the Ticketek Special Needs Hotline on 1300 665 915. 

Wheelchair Seats

Circus Oz offers wheelchair accessible seating at all Big Top performances.
To book a seat for a wheelchair user, please contact the Ticketek Special Needs Hotline on 1300 665 915. Wheelchair seats are located in F row and sold at A-reserve prices

Mobility Access

Circus Oz realises that visiting the Big Top is an amazing experience unlike visiting any other venue, however, organising visits to non-standard venue can raise many questions. With that in mind, they have compiled a comprehensive list of information about getting to the Big top including details on distances, hills and surfaces to help making travel arrangements stress free. This information can be found on their Disability Access page.

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