Take part in the renovation of the seats of this famous and unique Parisian theater.
With their double armrests and their deep seating, the seats in the orchestra and the mezzanine offer high comfort. For all performances, these wooden seats with a pleasant red velvet cover are here for you. During rehearsals, the artists love to sit here to better grasp the room's acoustics or to test the view of a production or choreography. The Théâtre was last renovated in 1987 and since then the seats have not been touched. The Théâtre has looked after them, repairing wear and tears over time.
Today, by taking part in its renovations, you will feel even more at home.More information
Support the audio description device for visually impaired or hard of hearing young people.
From Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini. 2018 creation.
Creating an opera for a young audience with an artistic team composed of young artists in order to allow a generation of visually impaired or blind people to be among those who will discover the Un Barbier creation is one of the main missions of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
What the visually impaired and blind audience will not be able to see during the performance will be described to them through headphones. They will picture the stage thanks to a Braille map of the setting and will be invited to touch the costumes.
This French adapted version was thought out with great enthusiasm so that everyone could experience or learn the pleasure of opera now more accessible, thanks to this device.
What is audio description ? Learn about it on video !
The Théâtre des Champs-Elysées’ involvement continues by proposing a performance of Un Barbier with audio description and Accès Culture on Saturday, January 13th at 5 p.m*
Join us so that more and more visually impaired children can come to the Théâtre and see musical shows!
Support the return of great international dance companies at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
This season: John Neumeier, the neoclassical ballet master, presents Nijinsky which recounts the astonishing career of this 20th century dance visionary genius with the National Ballet of Canada; Benjamin Millepied and his L.A. Dance Project will show you choreographic plays unprecedented in France, and finally, the Tribute to Ingmar Bergman with Mats Ek and Ana Laguna (exceptional !!!) dancing Memory together in order to celebrate Bergman with honor and happiness, as well as two French creation premieres at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
Support the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées throughout the Season and enjoy close involvement with this beautiful venue!
*The Sponsorship Act of 2003 allows you to benefit from a corporation tax deduction of up to 60% of your donated amount, provided that amount does not exceed 0.5% of your turnover excluding tax.More information
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