A hilarious and devastating tour of women's bathrooms, who is allowed in and who is kept out.

From internationally acclaimed writer and one of the UK's most prominent trans voices, Travis Alabanza (Burgerz), comes the Victorian premiere of "a future classic" (Evening Standard, ★★★★) directed by Dino Dimitriadis.

Cornered into a flooding toilet cubicle and determined not to be rescued again, Rosie distracts herself with memories of bathroom encounters. Drunken heart-to-hearts by dirty sinks, friendships forged in front of crowded mirrors, and hiding together from trouble.

But with her panic rising and no help on its way, can she keep her head above water?

Event Access

Audio Described Performance: Thursday 1 February, 7:30pm

Audio Description (AD) is a narration that provides detailed information and descriptions of the visual elements of a performance. Audio Description can benefit people who are blind or have low vision. It can also be suitable for people with multisensory or learning disabilities and Autistic people. AD is available on select performances and can be booked online or over the phone. If you would like to use the AD available on specific performances, add a headset to your online booking or request one during a phone booking.

Tactile Tour: Thursday 1 February, 7:30pm

Tactile Tours allow audiences to feel key elements of a performance such as props, the set, and costumes. Tactile Tours are offered on select performances and run prior to the event to enhance the experience.

Tactile Tour will commence at 6.30pm and the meeting point is outside Door 1 Fairfax Foyer.

Auslan Interpreted Performance: Thursday 1 February, 7:30pm

Auslan (Australian Sign Language) is used by the Deaf community in Australia. Auslan Interpretation is offered for select performances. To book seats near the interpreter, select 'Book tickets' on the event page and add the code AUSLAN into the promo code box. These seats are subject to availability.

Relaxed Performance: Saturday 3 February, 3pm

Relaxed Performances (RP) are for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment. We focus on adapting the environment and performance, as well as preparing the audience by developing pre-show resources. You can book into an RP online or over the phone via 1300 182 183.

For this Relaxed Performance, the house lights will remain on at a dim level, the theatre doors will stay open, and we may make minor changes to some sensory elements, such as reducing bright light and loud sound. There will be no strobe lighting in this Relaxed Performance. A quiet area will be available in the foyer and you can take a break at any time.

Venue Access

All levels of Arts Centre Melbourne’s Theatres Building and Hamer Hall are wheelchair accessible. The Channel (located on the Yarra River side of Hamer Hall) is also wheelchair accessible.
Car Park
Both levels of the Arts Centre Melbourne car park are wheelchair accessible. Accessible parking bays are available on both levels.

There are wheelchair spaces at all events, subject to availability. Bookings can be made online or via phone, 1300 182 183. For more information about booking a wheelchair space, visit our Booking An Event page

Accessible theatre seats, for customers wishing to transfer out of a wheelchair into a theatre seat, are available in designated locations in the Fairfax Studio and Hamer Hall. We need a minimum of 24 hours’ notice if you wish to transfer out of a wheelchair into one of these locations. This will assist our team to safely prepare your seating allocation to best meet your needs before your arrival. Please contact us by calling 1300 182 183 to discuss availability and to book your seat.

Our team is not able to assist visitors in transferring to seats, or provide personal attendant services.

Complimentary Wheelchairs
Visitors can book a wheelchair to use for the duration of their visit to assist with travel throughout our buildings. This service is available free of charge. Bookings can be made via phone on 1300 182 183 or via email at tickets@artscentremelbourne.com.au. These wheelchairs cannot be taken offsite.

Accessible Toilets
In the Theatres Building (the building with the spire), there are accessible toilets on:

Level 3 opposite the lifts (two levels below street and the same level as the Fairfax, the Playhouse Stalls and the State Theatre Stalls)
Level 5 at the entrance to the Playhouse next to the cafe (one level below street in the main foyer)
Level 6 behind the Australian Music Vault and near Doors 9 and 10 of the State Theatre (street level)
Level 8 next to The Pavilion (two levels above street)
In Hamer Hall (the big round building on the banks of the Yarra), there are accessible toilets on:

Level 2 near Door 2 (three levels below street, or Stalls level)
Level 3 opposite the Truscott Lounge (two levels below street, or Circle level)
Level 5 near Door 5 (one level below street)
Level 6 near Door 8 (street level)
Level 7 near Door 9 (one level above street)
In the Channel (located on the river side of Hamer Hall), there are:

Three gender neutral toilets
One wheelchair accessible toilet
At Sidney Myer Music Bowl (the outdoor venue in the Kings Domain Parklands), there are accessible toilets:

Behind the Tier E Stalls tiered seating
Near Gate 1 behind the lawn
Changing Places
A Changing Place toilet facility is located on Level 3 of Hamer Hall near the south lift. It is designed for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets. It has a full-sized changing table, hoist system, toilet and basin.

Important Information: To use the Changing Place facility please bring your Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) to open this toilet. Please contact our Security team if a MLAK key is required. For health and safety reasons we do not provide slings. We ask that you please bring your own which should be compatible with the loop system.

Opening hours: This facility is available to use 24/7. If you require access to the facility when Hamer Hall is closed, please contact our Security team on (03) 9281 8288 to escort you.

For more information please visit the Changing Places website

Assistance Animals
Assistance animals are welcome in all areas of Arts Centre Melbourne. Water bowls are available on request.

Seeking Help
If you need assistance at Arts Centre Melbourne, please ask our team. You can find them at all venue doors, when a show is going in, or at our Welcome Desk on Level 6 of the Theatres Building.

Event type

Other accessible and inclusive event

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