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Accessibility

Tickets and wheelchair spaces
As the website of our ticket provider is only barrier-free to a limited extent, it is possible to book tickets as well as a wheelchair seat with an accompanying seat by phone on 030 4234314 or by e-mail to ticket@schaubude.berlin. For performances at the weekend, bookings must be received by 16:00 on the previous Friday.

People with severe disabilities receive tickets at a reduced price. People with severe disabilities who are dependent on an escort will receive a free ticket for them.

Audio description and tactile tours
We offer audio descriptions and tactile tours for blind and visually impaired people for individual performances which are marked in the programme. Please register at 030 4234314 or ticket@schaubude.berlin up to 24 hours before the performance.

Arrival by public transport
The Schaubude Berlin is located directly at the "Greifswalder Straße" stop (distance: 40 metres). The S-Bahn station is served by lines S8, S85 and the Ringbahn lines S41 and S42. The station has a lift with voice output (between the platform and the station hall) and a guidance system for the blind. The tram stop is served by the M4 line. The tram stop has a guidance system for the blind; the traffic light crossing has a facility for the blind.

Arriving by car
The nearest parking spaces for people with disabilities are in front of the swimming pool hall at Lilli-Hennoch-Straße 20, 4 parking spaces (distance: 500 metres).

Directions for the blind and visually impaired

Accessibility on site
The foyer is accessible without steps through two double-wing, non-motorised doors (width: 150 cm), which are open for admission. The box office is located immediately to the right in the entrance area. The bar (counter height: 120 cm) is straight ahead.

Admission
The entrance to the hall is via a staircase with 6 steps with handrails on both sides.

For people with walking difficulties, access is at ground level via the stage entrance. Please come to the theatre foyer and our staff will escort you from there into the auditorium. Guide dogs for the blind can be brought along.

WCs
Gender-neutral WCs are located behind the red doors that open outwards. Access is via two staircases with handrails on both sides and a total of 11 steps. The sanitary facilities consist of an anteroom with several washbasins and WC cubicles leading off to the left and right.

Access to the barrier-free WC is on the left side of the theatre hall. Access is through two non-motorised doors (width: 88 cm). The light switches on automatically via a motion sensor.

Accessibility of individual productions
More detailed information on special requirements for the audience, the seating situation, possible content triggers and sensory stimuli can be found under the announcement texts of the individual productions from about two weeks before the first performance.

Feedback
If you have any suggestions, questions or criticism, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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