An inclusive event
Inclusion matters to us. We consider the label «Kultur inklusiv» we were awarded last year by the department «Kultur inklusiv» of Pro Infirmis a noble obligation. We ensure that people with disabilities can partake in the festival by putting in place practical proposals and measures that will aid them. This is made possible by the generous funding of the «Denk an mich» Foundation. Here is an overview of the different measures.
The tactile models installed at the main entrances helps visually-impaired visitors to find their way around the festival site.
Performances with audio description
The visually-impaireds benefit from performances with audio description. This year four performances of the family play «Inuk» by Studio Orka have audio description
Further offers for the visually impaired
Besides concerts and the music performance «Peaches Christ Superstar» on the lakeside stage, the audio play «Aleppo. Portrait of Absence» by Mohammad Al Attar and our initiative «Listen in!» are very suitable for people with a visual impairment.
For the hearing-impaired
The venues Werft, Nord, Süd and House of Forced Entertainment/Saal are equipped with induction loops for the hearing-impaired and a great number of theater performances in foreign languages have German and/or English surtitles.
For people with restricted mobility
The entire festival site as well as all venues, restaurants and bars are accessible for people with restricted mobility. All venues are equipped with wheelchair places which can be booked in advance on phone 044 415 15 50 or email@example.com .
Additionally, there are three disabled restrooms – one of them with Euro-Key (near open-air stage Zentral) providing appropriate sanitary facilities for people with special needs.
The tickets for assistants to people with disabilities are free of charge. They need to be reserved in goot time on phone 044 415 15 50 or firstname.lastname@example.org and can be picked up at the Landiwiese box office, desk for special tickets.
Workshop for children with and without impairment
A workshop in collaboration with the radio school Klipp+Klang is offered to children with or without impairment, allowing them to produce a radio show on the festival.
The website of the Theater Spektakel is accessible to visually impared people.