NEXT festival is an international theatre, dance and performance festival open to the world. Its artistic commitment doesn't stop at the stage. It also extends to our venues and theatres, giving everyone free and easy access to the shows we put on.
You can find out more about our accessibility measures here.
If you have any questions, please contact us: by email - email@example.com by telephone - +32 56 22 10 01
Do not hesitate to contact the theatres directly for further information.
During festival periods, the response time may be longer. We apologise for any inconvenience.
NEXT festival venues are accessible to spectators with reduced mobility.
When you make your reservation, please let us know if you have a disability or if you use an ordinary or electric wheelchair. Please also let us know if you would like to sit in your wheelchair during the performance. This will enable us to offer you personalised assistance.
For people coming by car, some venues have several parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities.
For more information, please contact the venues concerned.
To enable blind and partially-sighted people to access our festival's shows, NEXT festival provides audio descriptions and tactile tours of the set for certain shows.
Reception and box office staff are also on hand to advise and guide blind and partially-sighted people.
This year, a tactile tour of the set will be available for the following show: - 11 & 12 November 2023: SOILED by Michael Turinsky at Budascoop (Courtrai) - tactile visit of the set at 16:00
This year, audio description will be used on the following shows: - 11 & 12 November 2023: SOILED by Michael Turinsky at Budascoop (Courtrai) - Audiodescription in English
- 21 & 22 November 2023: Hartaqāt (Heresies) by Lina Majdalanie and Rabih Mroué at La Condition Publique (Roubaix) - Audiodescription in French As part of the "panthea.live Chrysalide" project, supported by La rose des vents.