Cloître des Célestins

Cloître des Célestins © Christophe Raynaud de Lage

The place

Built in the 14th century by the Celestine religious order, this cloister is a singular than the Festival's venue because of its two magnificent plane trees planted in its centre, emerging from the stage installed every summer. It is an  open-air stage boasting remarkable architecture, it has become one of the spaces favourable to theatre experiments and the visual arts, for nearly 500 spectators.

Numbered seating.

Pictures

Accessibility

You can access the cloître des Céléstins through the main entrance. Adapted places are reserved. There is a ramp to access the site. Resting seats are available.

Contact for disabledeople with disabilities

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...

Contact for disabledeople with disabilities

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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