Shows accessible to the visually impaired
In partnership with La Bâtie and the Théâtre de Carouge, the Écoute / Voir association is offering two shows accessible to visually impaired and blind people.
Carmen. on Friday 08 September will be preceded by an introduction for visually impaired and blind people.
Giselle... will be performed with audio description on Saturday 09 September.
To register, contact AD@ecoute-voir.org or 079 893 26 15
La Bâtie and Le Grütli organise a Relax outing.
Adina Secretan, Une bonne histoire
Sunday 3 September
Relax activities are cultural outings.
For example, outings to see plays.
What happens on a Relax Outing?
Before the show:
Someone will welcome you to buy your ticket.
Your accompanying person will get in free.
Someone gives you information about the show.
You enter the auditorium.
The lights dim a little.
The show begins.
During the show :
The door to the auditorium remains open.
So you can come and go as you please.
The sounds of the show are soft.
Any way you want to react to the show is ok.
For example, you can laugh out loud.
Someone from the theatre will be there if you need help.
At the end of the show you can :
Have a drink with your friends.
Talk about the show.
Ask for help to get home.
For more information Relax: firstname.lastname@example.org