Leisure activities and events accessible to all the public
Find out what activities and events are on that have been adapted for disabled visitors: theatre, movies, events in Paris, etc.
Adapted exhibitions: What's on?
Theatre: adapted performances
With Accès Culture, discover performances adapted to sight-impaired and hearing-impaired people, in more than 55 theatres, opera houses and at national festivals, in Paris, the Paris region, and in other parts of France.
Search for shows by place, disability or region.
Programme of adapted performances (in French)
Cinema: adapted cinema screenings
With Ciné-ma différence, discover a network of cinema screenings open to everyone, adapted to autistic people or people with associated behaviour disorders. In Paris, the network includes the cinema Chaplin Denfert in the 14th arrondissement and the Majestic Passy in the 16th arrondissement.
Find out more:
Programme of adapted cinema screenings (in French)
The association Retour d'Image seeks to:
- Encourage people to reflect on how disabled people are portrayed, through a selection of cinematographic works;
- Ensure that there is accessibility for everyone through audio-description and subtitles for films, and interpretation in sign language for discussions;
- Encourage perceptions and sensibilities (the pleasure of shared cinema for greater enjoyment).
Find out more:
Programme of festivals (in French)
Programme of cinema screenings (Month Extra-ordinaire) (in French)
Walks in the wood
With Escapade Liberté Mobilité, discover adapted itineraries for people with reduced mobility in Paris's woods with all-terrain vehicles: 'Modul'Evasion' (no transfer needed); 'ElectroDrive' (tows the wheelchair); 'Boma' (with transfer).
Keep up to date:
Upcoming organized outings
And outside Paris
Yanous is an oline French e-magazine published on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month. It presents a highly-diversified range of subject matter relating to disability, including news, reports on 'tourism for disabled people', 'sport for the disabled' and 'culture'.
These rubrics will enable you to find out more about a destination, a sporting activity, a festival, etc. anywhere in France, but also abroad, with detailed information on accessibility.
Find out more :
Yanous, the French magazine on disability