Equal access to the theatre for all is important to us. We are trying very hard to make all areas in the Schaubühne more inclusive in front of, behind and on stage, and at the same time we know that many things are not yet perfect. If you have any suggestions, we appreciate your feedback via our Ticket Hotline (030.89002023) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Visitors with walking disabilities and wheelchair users
Arrival by car
In the Privatstraße the Schaubühne offers two parking spaces for people with physical disabilities. These parking spaces can only be booked combined with Wheelchair Tickets or tickets for severely disabled persons. A disabled pass is also required for use.
The entrance to the parking lots is via the stage entrance in Cicerostraße. To open the barrier to the parking spaces, please ring the bell at the entrance. The parking spaces are not monitored. The Schaubühne accepts no liability for any damage or theft, unless in case of deliberate or grossly negligent breach of duty on part of the Schaubühne or one of its employees or representatives.
Arrival by public transport
The nearest accessible public transport stops are:
Bus: M19, M29, N10 stop »Lehniner Platz/Schaubühne«; U-Bahn: U7 stop »Adenauerplatz«
Our admittance staff will be happy to assist you at any time during the access situation. Admission to the theatre stages A and B and the Globe is either via our ground level stage door (entrance via Cicerostraße) or via a mobile ramp at the side of the building.
The stages have three to four wheelchair spaces in the stalls which can also be accessed barrier-free. Barrier-free WCs are located in the back foyer. The wheelchair space in the studio is accessible via lift, to which we will accompany you in time before the performance.
If you use a rollator, you can to leave your walking aid in the anteroom of the stage. Our staff will be happy to help you at any time, just contact us!
People in wheelchairs and severely disabled people without escort, or those who are dependent on an escort (this is indicated by a »B« on their disabled pass) receive a 50 percent reduction on the regular ticket price for themselves and their escort. We keep a contingent of reduced tickets for people in wheelchairs and severely disabled persons. As it is not possible to reserve these tickets in our webshop, your ticket requests will be given priority. Please call us on 030.890023 or send your request by fax (+49.30.89002-295 300) or by email to email@example.com.
Blind and visually impaired visitors
We regularly have performances with audio description for blind and visually impaired visitors. The performances are marked in the programme and also listed on this page. The audio description starts one hour before the performance with a tactile tour in the auditorium and in the backstage area. You have the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the stage and some characteristic costume parts and props. You will then be given an audio receiver in the auditorium, the use of which will be explained to you. Afterwards the audio introduction to the play and production will begin.
If you like to take part in the audio tour, please register with the evening staff one hour before the start of the performance. If you attend the performance directly, please arrive 20 minutes before it begins so that the evening staff can take you into the auditorium and familiarise you with the audio reception equipment. If you have any questions or comments, please call 030.890020130 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deaf and hard of hearing visitors
For hearing impaired, we have at least one performance per month with German surtitles. The performances are marked in the programme and also listed on this page.