These visitor tips aspire to make everybody feel at home at the festival, regardless of needs, identities or spoken language. 

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 team in case of doubt or if you have a particular need ( – +32 (0)2 210 87 37).



Languages and surtitles

Our communication is multilingual and we try to provide our information in French, Dutch and English as often as possible.


Each performance is surtitled in French, Dutch and/or English, depending on the language of the production. Spoken and surtitled languages are indicated on the dedicated event page.

Performances interpreted in Sign Language

Attend a performance interpreted in Sign Language! One of the performances of Les jours de mon abandon by Gaia Saitta is accessible to Deaf and hearing-impaired people thanks to interpretation in Sign Language of French-Speaking Belgium (LSFB), and one of the performances of La vie secrète des vieux by Mohamed El Khatib will be interpreted in Flemish Sign Language (VGT). During these performances, the interpreter is situated at the side of the stage, facing the people who wish to benefit from it.

Contact: Emilie Kabongo | | +32 (0)2 226 45 73

Audio description

With audio description, shows are accessible to visually impaired people. The technique consists of a live description of the visual content of the piece, broadcast through headphones so as not to interfere with the smooth running of the performance. 

Registration: Emilie Kabongo | | +32 (0)2 226 45 73
Erratum: the touch tour for La vie secrète des vieux (announced in our brochure) has unfortunately been cancelled.

Audio induction loop

Some venues are equipped with an audio induction loop and are indicated with a symbol on the event page.



Venues and access

The festival is nomadic and takes place in 28 venues across Brussels. The location of each event is indicated on its dedicated page. You will find a map and all information on how to get there on this page.

Trigger warnings

In case of shocking content, nudity, violent images, strobe lighting effects, loud sounds or music, a trigger warning will be added on the page dedicated to the event.


Do you have any feedback or suggestions? We would be delighted to hear your opinion so that we can further improve our accessibility in the future.

Contact: Emilie Kabongo | | +32 (0)2 226 45 73
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