The Théâtre des Champs-Elysées does everything in its power to offer you the right support.

reduced mobility

On each performance, 6 seats are reserved for reduced mobility audience. Due to the specific configuration of the theater, it is essential to inform the theater of your time arrival when booking by phone.

Without prior information, access to the room cannot be guaranteed.


Access to the theatre:

From the street to the entrance: the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées has a wheelchair ramp located on both sides of the facade.
From the entrance to the foyer: a motorised platform takes wheelchair users to the foyer.
From the foyer to the auditorium: ushers will guide you to your seat in the auditorium.

Visually impaired or blind viewers

Come and see some of the performances adapted in Audiodescription.

  • La Flûte enchantée Mozart / Staged opera
       Friday 24 November 2023 - 7.30pm
  • Une Petite Flûte / participatory opera for young audiences adapted from Mozart 
       Friday 11 February 2024 - 3pm
  • David et Jonathas Charpentier / Staged opera
       Tuesday 19 March 2024 - 7.30pm

You will be given headphones before the performance. Once in the auditorium, you will hear in voice-over, during the unsung parts, information on the staging, the performance of the performers, indications on the sets, the costumes, the props... to allow you to create a mental image of what is happening on the stage.

  • Prices : -30% on all audiodescription performances for blind or partially-sighted people and their companions (subject to availability and from 1st to 4th category)

Visits of the Theatre

In small groups of no more than 10 people, you can learn about the structure and architecture of the Theatre using individual tactile models. A Public Relations Officer will guide you through the process. You will then be invited into the auditorium to explore the spaces, touch the materials and listen to the unusual history of this venue.
Guide dogs are also welcome.

  • Prices : €4 for the blind or partially sighted person, free for the accompanying person

  • Bookings required on 01 49 52 50 62 or 01 49 52 50 50, Monday to Friday, 11am to 6pm.

Hearing impaired or deaf audience


At each performance, if you do not have hearing aids, 30 headphones are available, and if you do, 15 magnetic induction loops.

The loops are in the form of a necklace, they connect directly to the hearing aids in order to receive a sound adapted to your level of deafness as soon as you put them on the "T" mode.

Une Petite Flûte

Audience members who read French sign language


Once a season, two interpreters at the front of the stage offer a simultaneous translation of the opera and the songs in sign language.


  • Une Petite Flûte A participatory opera for young audiences adapted from Mozart
        Saturday 3 February 2024 -  3pm

Hox to book your tickets



  • By phone: 01 49 52 50 62 or 01 49 52 50 50 Monday to Friday, 11am to 6pm
  • By email:
  • At the Theatre box office: 15 avenue Montaigne, Paris 8e, Monday to Saturday from 12 noon to 7pm and on Sunday 2 hours before the performance.
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