Accessible PuSh

At the core of the PuSh Festival’s values are engagement, inclusivity and accessibility—transformative performing arts experiences provided to as many and varied audiences as possible.

Through our Festival performances and outreach programs, we aim to connect with members of various communities across the Lower Mainland, be they self-identified groups of like-minded individuals or those with a vested interest in the themes and issues of the work. Here are some of the initiatives we’ve developed to invite people to participate in PuSh, for free or at reduced ticket prices.

For more information or to book tickets for your group, contact Accessible PuSh Coordinator Anika Vervecken:, 604.605.8284 ext 204

VocalEye Live Description

Each year, the PuSh Festival offers VocalEye described performances for those with vision loss and blindness, at reduced ticket prices. Specially trained PuSh volunteers are available to assist blind and visually impaired patrons get to venues and attend shows.

Performances with VocalEye live description:

BOOM: January 26, February 2

Miss Understood: January 31

Performances that will not have VocalEye live description, but which may be appropriate for patrons with vision loss and blindness:


Tickets: | 604.605.8284 ext 204

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation

Each year, the PuSh Festival offers ASL interpretation for specific performances, at reduced ticket prices.

Performances with ASL interpretation:


Performances that will not have ASL interpretation, but which may be appropriate for patrons who are deaf or have hearing loss:


Tickets: | 604.605.8284 ext 204

Companion Tickets

Complimentary companion seating is available for people assisting those with disabilities requiring assistance to attend a show. This must be arranged no less than 24 hours in advance of the show, based on availability, by contacting Book early to ensure seating.

Indigenous Community Ticketing

Free tickets for indigenous community groups to attend PuSh Festival performances, including contemporary indigenous works.
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Community Ticketing

Free tickets to attend select PuSh performances for populations served by social service organizations, who may not otherwise be able to attend.
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Venue Accessibility

We are committed to providing as much and as accurate information as possible about each venue. As such accessibility audits of the Festival venues have been conducted, following templates provided by the Radical Access Mapping Project (RAMP); please consult the accessibility audits online to find out more about each venue. If you require further information, contact Accessible PuSh Coordinator Anika Vervecken:, 604.605.8284 ext 204.

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