Accessibility for people with reduced mobility
The pictograms below help you identify venues that are wheelchair accessible, either independently or with assistance. For access to certain places, it will be necessary for wheelchair users to inform us of your visit in advance. This can be done when making your reservation online, by email or by phone. Our team will then take care of informing the venue that will welcome you. Please do not hesitate to contact our box office in case of doubt or if you have a particular need.
Languages and surtitles
You can find more information about Sign Language interpretation, audio description and surtitles on this page.
In a ‘relaxed performance’, the theatre's ‘rules’ are relaxed to the max. The lights stay on, talking is allowed, walking in and out is permitted. You feel at ease and enjoy the performance in your own way and at your own pace. We also provide an area where you can unwind for a while. This year, the performances of Thank You Very Much by Claire Cunningham will be organised as a relaxed performance.
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- Accessible for wheelchair users
- Accessible for wheelchair users with assistance
- Please confirm your attendance with a wheelchair during online reservation or through box office
- Stair-climbing (up or down)
- Interpreted in Sign Language
- Audio description
- Audio induction loop
- Seating without backrest
- Relaxed performance