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Physical accessibility of buildings

On this website, for each event in the program, we indicate the conditions of access to the rooms and activities for wheelchair users.

For a better visit to our theaters, we recommend consulting the accessible routes available below.

If you have any questions, please contact us at bilheteira.tmp@agoraporto.pt.
Color photo. Facade of the Teatro Rivoli.

Teatro Rivoli © José Caldeira

Color photo. Facade of the Teatro Campo Alegre.

Teatro Campo Alegre © José Caldeira

Accessibility for neurodivergent people

Whenever possible, we provide useful information regarding the light, sound or other conditions of a performance or activity, such as the use of strobe lights.

If you would like more information about these conditions in any of the performances or activities, you can write to us at bilheteira.tmp@agoraporto.pt.

Our theatres have relatively quiet and less crowded areas. Feel free to look for a more secluded spot if necessary.

Portuguese Sign Language Interpretation (PSLI)

In these sessions, the text will be interpreted in Portuguese Sign Language (LGP).

We try to make the on-stage interpretation as accessible and as integrated into the scene as possible. However, in some sessions, the person interpreting in LGP may be located on one side of the stage, considering the characteristics of the performance.




Eduardo Breda





Eduardo Breda








Audio description and braille

In these sessions, the performances become more accessible to people with visual impairment. This practice consists of the live description of the visual content of the performance, using individual headphones. If you need this equipment or want to try audio description, ask the ushers for headphones.

In these sessions, one hour before the start of the performance, people with visual impairment are given a moment to recognize the stage. If you prefer, you can inform us of your participation at bilheteira.tmp@agoraporto.pt.

According to Decree-Law no. 74/2007 of March 27, you can be accompanied by an assistance animal, including in theatres. The animal must carry its badge in a clearly visible way. You may be asked for the animal's identification card; you must bring this document with you.

We have two printed brochures with useful information about the performances with audio description in Braille. You can ask to see them at our ticket counters.




Jefta van Dinther





Jefta van Dinther



These sessions are subtitled in Portuguese and English. Some sessions may have descriptive subtitles, specially designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. This subtitling provides textual information about the show.

On this website, for each event in the programme, we identify the languages used on stage.

Rébecca Balestra, Igor Cardellini, Tomas Gonzalez – Showroom © José Caldeira

Pricing policy

People with specific needs who hold a certificate of multipurpose disability can buy tickets with a 50 per cent discount. The accompanying person and/or carer is guaranteed free entry (limit 1 ticket per person).

The 50 per cent discount also applies to people who are unemployed, over 65s, under 25s and others listed in the box office table here.
Color photo. Teatro Campo Alegre Ticket Office entrance with several people.

Teatro Campo Alegre's entrance © José Caldeira


We welcome your suggestions for improving our work about accessibility and inclusion. 

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