For any request related to an artistic project, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
There are no weekly classes at the TJP. On the other hand, we do offer one-off artistic practices: various workshops linked to the season's shows and offered for ages 3 and up, or workshops during the school vacations: "the collective on stage"for 8-13 year olds andthe collective in pictures"for 13-18 year-olds. For more information, or to register, please go to Artistic actions on our website.
If your child isn't old enough to enter the cinema, we advise you not to do so, as this could be a bad experience for them as a young spectator - and that would be a shame! On the other hand, we do offer a artistic daycare for children aged 4 to 12 on certain days (see our website) so that you can experience a show with the children concerned, letting your little ones have fun and create in the presence of an artist from our artistic daycare center.
For information about a class, please consult our espace pro enseignants who will tell you who to contact, depending on the grade level of your class.
At La Petite and La Grande scènes, the bar is open one hour before and after each performance, offering drinks and snacks.
The Petite and Grande Scène stages are accessible to people with reduced mobility. In order to better accommodate you, please let us know when you make your reservation.
There's no need to print out your tickets if they're on your phone. Simply show the QR code at ticket control before entering the venue.
No, seating is free. Doors usually open 5 minutes before the start of the show.
No, it is not possible to take photos and videos during the entire performance.
The bar is open throughout lunchtime at the theater. Hot and cold drinks are on sale. Pretzels, focaccia, compotes and cakes are also available. However, we don't serve main courses. So remember to bring your own 🙂