Services and facilities of the establishment
- Car park/Parking
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Methods of payment
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Adapted activities and visits
- Reduced rates for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Reduced rates for the accompanying person
-Entrance for people with reduced mobility or on wheelchairs is accessible via lift just left of the main entrance
-Dark room: Reserved spaces are located just below the 1st row of seats (accessible via lift) or in the 12th row (accessible through entrance hall). Each row has 4 accessible spaces, these seats are adaptable and may be moved to suit certain events.
-Light room: Single-story plateau on the 1st floor, the room is accessible by lift.
-Rooms 2 and 3 are workshops accessible on the first floor.
-Only room 4 is not accessible because it is on the first floor and there is no lift.
Accessible toilet facilities are located right next to the enterance of the auditorium (transfer bars on left and right, changing table available)
-Room 2:transfer bar on left, extended toilet bowl
Room 3: Women: transfer bar on right. However the bar is positioned away from the toilet bowl. Men: left transfer bar.
-Men's room: right transfer bar. Women's room: left transfer bar.
-Les Maison des Métallos works in partnership with Accès Culture to offer an adaptation of French Sign Language (LSF) for certain shows.
-Staff have also been given basic training in LSF.
-La Maison des métallos is a partner of the CRTH (Centre Recherche Théatre Handicap) to offer Souffleur d'Images. On reservation, visually impaired spectators can be accompanied by a Souffleurs who describes the visual elements of the show (scenography, sets, costumes, movements...) or of the exhibition (photo descriptions).
-Reservation at the CRTH or at the Maison des Métallos.
-We also offer detailed programmes in Braille or enlarged characters for certain shows, in partnership with Accès Culture.
-The Maison des Métallos also organizes tactile tours of the stage and sets of certain shows.
-All of the stairs in the Maison are safe for handicapped users except for te main staircase (no tactile paving, no non-slip stair nosing and no contrasting stair risers).
-visits offered specifically to the mentally disabled.
-The Maison des Métallos hosts the Papotin. (a journal written by people with mental disabilities) once a month
-The journalists meet for 2 hours with the show's creators, who then perform together in the same show.
Accessible to those with reduced mobility.
Discounted rates for disabled people and an accompanying person upon presentation of proof.