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For people with disabilities


In order to facilitate access to people with disabilities, the Festival d'Avignon offers a personalized service at the booking office, Cloître Saint-Louis, by telephone or by e-mail to guide them in their choices. Some performances are more accessible to hearing and visually impaired persons. Do not hesitate to ask for any complemetary information. Some seats are reserved for persons in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility. Persons with disabilities benefit from reduced fares.

PEOPLE WITH REDUCED MOBILITY

Tickets are set aside for people with reduced mobility or in wheelchairs. Please make sure to state your needs when booking by calling +33 (0)4 90 14 14 14.
The following venues are not equipped to welcome people with reduced mobility: Théâtre Benoît-XII, the gymnasium of the lycée St-Joseph, and the CDCN-Les Hivernales.
Maps of the various car parks and their parking spots for handicapped people are available on avignon.fr, avignon-tourisme.com and parking.handicap.fr.

A shuttle service is available for people with reduced mobility in the Grand Avignon area 0 800 456 456

DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING PEOPLE

Some shows are naturally accessible, like dance shows, shows without words or entirely visual : Grito Pelao, Kreatur, May He Rise and Smell the Fragrance, Saison Sèche, 36, Avenue Georges Mandel, Story Water, Ode to the Attempt / Ben & Luc, Canzone per Ornella.

Shows with French subtitles : Summerless, TRANS (Més enllà), Tartiufas, De Dingen die voorbijgaan, Mama.

Show with English subtitles : Arctique

The Théâtre Benoît-XII is equipped with a magnetic loop amplifier.

BLIND AND LOW VISION PEOPLE

Audiodescription of the performance of The Buddha in the Attic on July 21st at 22:00.

with Accès culture and the support of the Fondation Raze. Large-print and braille booklets available

Touch visit of the show's decor on July 21st at 6:30 pm at Cloitre des Carmes.

Some shows are naturally accessible, like shows without texts, concerts, readings, and radio programme. More information on accessibilite@festival-avignon.com

 

Specific access maps