The OUTNOW! Team is committed to continuously improve the accessibility of the festival and to make existing barriers transparent. We are grateful for feedback from our visitors and would be pleased if you contact us with suggestions for improvement or questions regarding accessibility.

You can get in touch by calling the Schwankhalle ticket hotline at 0421 520 80 70 (Mon, Wed-Fri 10:00 to 14:00, also AB) or at

Audio description

An audio description for blind and visually impaired visitors is available at the following performances:

Damini Gairola: Thank you for your visit ↗
Sat 27.5. 18:00 („Kleines Haus“, Theater Bremen)
With integrated audio description and haptic tour
Start of the haptic tour: 17:00, meeting point in the foyer of Kleines Haus.

Saki Aslan: Retour-Kilams an Kofferkinder ↗
Mon 29.5. 19:00 (Schwankhalle, Alter Saal)
With audio description and haptic tour
Start of Haptic Tour: 18:30, meeting point in the foyer.

Sensory stimuli & content notes

We do our best to provide individual accessibility information for each festival event. This information can be found on the respective event pages. It includes details about the accessibility of the premises, special sensory stimuli (e.g. light and sound effects, fog), and possible content triggers. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you do not find all the information you need here.


All venues of the Schwankhalle are accessible at ground level and without steps. There are at least two wheelchair spaces available, which can be reserved based on availability or selected from the online store and box office.

If you are dependent on an accompanying person for your visit, they will receive a free ticket upon request. When selling tickets online, these can be added to wheelchair seats free of charge. For all other seating, please contact us in advance by phone to reserve a seat for your companion.

Further information on accessibility at the Schwankhalle

Theater Bremen (Kleines Haus)
The Kleines Haus has barrier-free access and toilets. There are four wheelchair spaces with accompanying seats available.

Disabled persons receive a discount of approximately 50% on the regular ticket price. These conditions also apply to accompanying persons.

Further information on accessibility at the Theater Bremen