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Wir arbeiten auf diversen Ebenen daran, ein super zugängliches Theater zu werden.

Breaking down barriers

  • As a wheelchair user, you have barrier-free access to all venues. Exceptions are the stalls upstairs and the upper rows in the Schauspielhaus.
  • Please contact our colleagues at the box office to book wheelchair seats: +49 (0)89 / 233 966 00
  • The box office, the Habibi Kiosk, the Werkraum and the Therese-Giehse-Halle are barrier-free.
  • There are two disabled parking spaces each on Maximilianstraße and Falckenbergstraße.
  • Disabled toilets are available in the Schauspielhaus, the blue house (Werkraum) and the Therese-Giehse-Halle.

Write to us or call us if you encounter any obstacles in our building. We would like to know about it and are working on making the Münchner Kammerspiele barrier-free: +49 (0)89 / 233 966 00,

Speak easily

You will find many articles on this website in simple and easy language.
To do so, please click on the easy language sign in the top right-hand corner.
Some articles are not translated into easy or simple language.
If they are, you will see a yellow notice on the page.
The notice says that you are seeing the article in everyday language.

You can always call our colleagues at the box office to get information: +49 (0)89 / 233 966 00
You can get information about a play.
You can get information about the Münchner Kammerspiele.

We look forward to your call and your visit!

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Be there digitally

Would you like to find out about a play in advance? Then watch the recordings of our introductions. They are free of charge and can be viewed at any time.

In addition, we collect research materials, images, videos and interviews in the programme booklets, offering you a more detailed look into the development of the play. The programme booklets are linked on the plays pages.

Wise surtitles

Many plays have surtitles. In the schedule you will find information about the surtitles for each play.