The new season seen by Matthieu Dussouillez, Director
The starting time of each performance is indicated on the ticket. Concerts and opera performances begin promptly at the scheduled time.
Theatregoers will be able to enter the auditorium 30 minutes before the start of the concert or performance (or one hour before for pre-performance lectures prior to each opera).
The theatre’s ushers are at the audience’s disposal. Tipping is not permitted.
The performance programme for an opera costs €5. The performance programme for a symphony concert costs €2. Programmes are complementary for family concerts, free concerts and chamber music concerts.
Cloakrooms are available to the public free of charge.
The bar in the public foyer is open during intervals at the Opera and the Salle Poirel, as well as 30 minutes before the performance following each lecture.
Out of respect for the audience and artists, latecomers will only be allowed to take their seats during the interval. At the Opera, latecomers will be able to watch the beginning of the performance in the hall via a closed-circuit video link. Latecomers will not be able to exchange their tickets or receive a refund since the performance start time is clearly marked on the ticket.
It is strictly forbidden to photograph, film or record the performances.