Blind or visually impaired spectators

Audio description

In a few words : Audio description is a system which makes films, shows and exhibitions accessible to blind or visually impaired people by using a recorded voice to describe the visual elements of the work.

Performances with simultaneous audio description via headphones in collaboration with the Accès Culture association

TARTUFFE  by Molière / directed by Bondy / Ateliers Berthier 17e

Sunday 20 March at 15h
Tuesday 22 March at 20h

A price of 30€ (instead of 40€), including the seat and the cost of the service, for blind or visually impaired visitors and their accompanying adult.
Presentation of the show.

 

 

We advise you to arrive half an hour before the start of the show in order to collect your headphones and programmes and to take the time to listen to the background information regarding the staging, set design and costumes.

Practical information.

 picto Accès-Culture

 Performances with simultaneous audio description via headphones in collaboration with the Accès Culture association.

 

Contact

In order to reserve and organize your visit to shows with audio description, please indicate the number of headphones required and, if necessary, your preferences in terms of seat placement (end of row if you are accompanied by a guide-dog or in the front rows if you are partially sighted).

Alice Hervé -  01 44 85 40 47
acces@theatre-odeon.fr

 

Naturally accessible evenings

In a few words :
Certain evening events contain few visual elements such as evening readings, encounters, philosophical broadcasts or concerts
The Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe seeks to incorporate into its program activities enabling audiences to experience theatre in different ways.
A comprehensive series of readings, encounters and debates dedicated to literature, philosophy and of course theatre, are grouped together under the Les Bibliothèques de l’Odéon heading.