Cloître des Carmes

Cloître des Carmes © Christophe Raynaud de Lage

Events in 2024


The site is accessible to people with reduced mobility who are accompanied. Disabled access is via the main entrance. There is a slope for access. Adapted toilets are available. Access to the toilets is independent.

Adapted seats are available in the auditorium, subject to reservation when purchasing your ticket.

Accessibility and disability contact

Individual magnetic loops are available on reservation when you purchase your ticket. Please contact the reservation service.

Visit the pages of the events to find out more about their accessibility: naturally accessible shows (dance, visual or speechless), shows with surtitles...

Accessibility and disability contact

Reception staff are present if needed. Please contact them if you have any requests or question.

Visit the event pages to find out more about their accessibility: naturally accessible events (text shows, concerts, readings and radio programmes), audio description...

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The place

A former Carmelite cloister, The Cloître des Carmes was the first venue to have been invested by the Festival after the Palais des papes. It has been hosting theatre and dance shows since 1967. Within its 14th-century walls, this venue offers an open-air stage that extends under the arcades and can accomodate nearly 500 spectators.

Numbered seats.