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Monday to Sunday, from 10 am to 8.30 pm
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933 161 000: Monday to Sunday, from 10 am to 8.30 pm
010 Barcelona City Council telephone information and procedures helpline: Monday to Sunday, from 7 am to 11 pm (free)
931 537 010: City Council telephone information helpline for calls made outside the Metropolitan Area (ordinary rate)
Public transport information
010 Barcelona City Council telephone information and procedures helpline: Monday to Sunday, from 7 am to 11 pm
A special bus service for audiences leaving Teatre Grec shows will be arranged every day, except Fridays and Saturdays, departing every 5 minutes after the shows have ended.
The buses will link the Teatre Grec to Plaça d’Espanya, Plaça de la Universitat and, finally, Plaça de Catalunya.
Call us on 933 161 000 and we will provide you with information and advice on the venues’ accessibility.
Short text messages to 933 171 416 for the hard of hearing.
People with reduced mobility
All Teatre Grec shows offer places reserved for people with reduced mobility, at the back of the theatre, (outside the usual seating); such audiences will enjoy a 50% discount, which will also apply to anyone accompanying them. These tickets can be bought from Tiquet Rambles or online from www.festivalgrec.barcelona.
The other shows with available places reserved for people with reduced mobility are included within the usual seating with prices at their general rates. These seats can be booked from Tiquet Rambles by telephone (933 161 111) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can consult the accessibility of all the venues at www.festivalgrec.barcelona.
People with impaired hearing
Some seats at the Teatre Grec, all seats at the Teatre Lliure - Sala Fabià Puigserver and Mercat de les Flors (Sala MAC) have magnetic loops. Tickets for the Teatre Grec can only be purchased from Tiquet Rambles. Ticket-sale staff must be informed of the hearing impairment when the tickets are being purchased.
We recommend the show The Mountain playing at the Teatre Lliure for people with impaired hearing, as it comes with subtitles in Catalan.
If you arrive late for a show
As a sign of respect for the artists and audience, anyone arriving late for a show will be unable to access their seat until the right moment during the performance, as indicated by the person in charge at the venue.
For shows that have no interval, it will not be possible to enter the theatre hall. Audience members who arrive late may not be able to access their seats in venues with numbered seats.
During the show
Please ensure your mobile phone is switched off and does not emit any light. Remember you are not allowed to smoke or take photographs or make any kind of recording.
Duration of the shows
The stated duration of the shows is determined by the companies during their rehearsal period. Once that period has ended, in some cases the final duration may vary.
Teatre Grec restaurant
Given this year’s exceptional situation, the Teatre Grec will offer a minimum bar service.
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