For over 150 years, Victoria's Trades Hall has a colourful history as the site of rebellion and unity. It is the birthplace of organised labour in Australia, the monument to the victorious Eight Hour Day campaign of 1856, and an ongoing site of activism and change.
This guided tour will tell stories from the building's history with a rare chance to see inside many rooms before Fringe performances begin (and some rooms you'll never otherwise get to see).
The event on Saturday 14 September is Auslan interpreted. The interpreters are Dave Childs and Kirri Dangerfield.