Access for all
Besides to the PRM places available and the magnetic loop for the hearing impaired available on all sessions, Cirque de Paname offers accessibility services for the blind or visually impaired persons, in collaboration with the Accès Culture association.
The audio description approach provides a richer listening experience and stimulates the imagination of people with a visual impairment.
This involves conveying information on the staging, sets, attitude of the artists, their costumes, and their movements when the artists of Le Monde de Jalèya are silent. An audio translation of the libretto is broadcast.
Audio versions of detailed programmes in Braille or in large print are offered to visually impaired members of the audience.
These give essential information about casting, staging, costumes and sets of Jalèya World.
Touch stage and backstage tours are made with the artistic teams on adapted sessions (see dates below).
For visually impaired spectators, we offer tours around to discover the objects, accessories and costumes of the World of Jalèya as well as to understand the whole scenic space. It is also the occasion to meet the technicians in charge of these services and to learn with them, the characteristics of their trades.
Three adapted sessions are available for tickets, according to available places:
Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 17h
Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 17h
Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 1 pm
Info & booking at: firstname.lastname@example.org