The Montjuïc and Gràcia venues have adapted access, and tickets can be reserved for people with reduced mobility. Reserved parking spaces are also available in Montjuïc. Work is currently under way to provide accessibility guides for people with cognitive diversity.

Individual magnetic loops will be provided during performances, and with the introduction of the accessible Friday service, there will be performances with an audio description service, adapted subtitles and simultaneous translation into Catalan sign language. The project will also adapt the information to easy-to-read criteria and audio media, and provide relaxed sessions of some shows.

As for social accessibility, the Teatre Lliure is opening its doors to disadvantaged groups with the Apropa Cultura [Get closer to culture] programme, and also has an affordable pricing policy with discounts for unemployed and retired people, people with functional diversity, large families and single parents. Access to the theatre for children, adolescents and young people is also being fostered through its educational programme, as well as for people under 30 years old, are eligible for special prices.

  • 50% discount for people with functional diversity and companion.
  • 50% discount for unemployed people, single-parent families, large families and foster families.
  • 15% discount for pensioners.

Access and reserved seating for people with reduced mobility.

Magnetic loop system for people with hearing impairment.

Adapted subtitles for audition imapired people.

Simultaneous translation on Catalan sign Language

Audio description for visually impaired people.

The shows of the 21/22 Season with accessible performances are:

For more information on accessible activities and movement around Barcelona, see: