Accessibility

NTGent is an open house, accessible to everyone.

In order to be able to offer you the best service, we ask you to always provide all relevant information when booking your tickets. Before the show begins, during the break and when leaving the auditorium and the building, you can approach the staff with your questions and for any help.

People who want to make use of our accessibility services are requested to order their tickets by telephone, email or at the office of Tickets Gent. Please state clearly which service you would like to use, so that we can provide you with customised service.

M: tickets@ntgent.be | T: +32 9 225 01 01

Would you like to know more about the accessibility of our performances or our buildings?

Contact communications coordinator and spokesperson NTGent - Tom De Clercq

M: tom.de.clercq@ntgent.be | T: +32 (0)476 74 98 74

People with autism

Are you coming to NTGent as a person with autism (or as a supervisor of)? Then...

Are you coming to NTGent as a person with autism (or as a supervisor of)? Then download one of our Visual Stories.

What is a Visual Story? A tool (originally developed as Social Story) that describes a social situation with the aim of providing insight into social norms. The story corresponds to the specific situation of a person with autism. We have developed Visual Stories about attending a theatre performance and about following a guided tour.

All Visual Stories can be used in preparation for a visit to NTGent, both individually and in a class/group context. Visual Stories were initially developed for children with autism spectrum disorder but can be freely used by any one who benefits from them.

Currently only available in Dutch.

For more info, contact Saartje Cauwenbergh:

M: tom.de.clercq@ntgent.be | T: +32 (0)476 74 98 74