Performances with tickets on sale
For international and national shows, you can purchase your tickets as of January 13, online or in person at:
From January 13 to February 1: Teatro San Martín. Av. Corrientes 1530, noon - 9 pm.
From January 23 to February 1: Centro Cultural 25 de Mayo. Av. Triunvirato 4444, noon - 9 pm.
* National productions: $150
* International productions: $300
Free, with online reservation
You can reserve your ticket as of January 21.
There will be 1 (one) ticket per person per performance. Reserved tickets will be available for pickup 2 (two) hours before show time at the venue’s Information Desk. Reservations will be valid until 30 (thirty) minutes before the beginning of the show. Afterwards, tickets will be released to the general public.
For shows and activities with free admission, entrance will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis until venue capacity is reached.
Thanks to close collaboration with the British Council, this year’s Festival offers performances and activities with human and technical resources in order for people with a visual or auditory disability and the hearing-impaired community to be able to enjoy the Festival’s programming.
A descriptive audio narration for people with a visual impairment.
A tour of the stage and tactile exploration of props and costumes for people with a visual impairment. Tours will be held two hours before the performance. Advance registration is required as the number of places is limited.
There will be an Argentine Sign Language interpreter on stage.
Room equipped with induction loops for people who wear a hearing aid or a cochlear implant. Devices need to be switched to the T or telecoil setting when entering the room.
CC for deaf audience members
Performances with subtitles in Spanish
Guide dogs welcome
In compliance with National Law 26.858, all Festival activities ensure people with a disability the right to access, move around and stay, accompanied by a guide or an assistance dog.
Spaces accessible for people in a wheelchair. Reserved Seats In compliance with Article 4 of the Law 3.546, there will be a limited number of free reserved seats available for disabled people, who will have access to performances by showing their CUD certificate at the box office. Those seats will be reserved until 30 (thirty) minutes before the beginning of the show. Afterwards they will be released to the general public.
Question & Answers (Q&A)
After the performances of some international shows, there will be time for questions and answers between company members and the audience. These performances will be marked with Q&A.
Nightly Meeting Point
Every night, the day comes to a close at Novotel’s Bar (Av. Corrientes 1334), a casual meeting place open to artists, companies and programmers.