Practical info

Getting to the theatre

Entrance for the public

122, rue de l’Alzette L-4010 Esch-sur-Alzette

Stage door

11, rue Louis Pasteur L-4276 Esch-sur-Alzette

Contact

(+352) 2754 - 5010 ou - 5020

Coming on foot

10 minutes from the train station

Coming by car

Underground car park Place de la Résistance

Coming by bus

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Coming by train

25 minutes from Luxembourg City

Reservations

COVID-19 MEASURES
In the context of the current epidemic, the Escher Theater is taking all necessary steps to ensure compliance with the health regulations in force. Only a part of our seating is available, in accordance with a pre-established layout ensuring social distancing between members of the audience within the auditorium. You must reserve your tickets in advance of your arrival, in order to facilitate and optimise the arrangement of the seating in the auditorium. As far as possible, our box-office staff will try to take your seating preferences into account, especially if you are accompanied by one or more other persons. As the health situation changes, these provisions will be modified, and may even be discontinued should an improvement in the circumstances so permit.

AT THE BOX-OFFICE
(+352) 27 54 - 5010 ou - 5020, or in person during the opening hours of the box-office : Monday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Tuesday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

BY INTERNET
From the page relating to the show in question, you will be redirected to a reservation form which, upon being validated, will be automatically transmitted to our box-office.

Ticket prices

Shows (except the ones aimed at a younger audience) :
Adult : 20 € - 16 €
Below 26 years or student : 9 € - 8 €
Shows aimed at a younger audience :
Adult : 12 € - 10 €
Below 26 years or student : 6 € - 5 €
Below 12 years : 3 € - 2,5 €

 

Our Passes

Take advantage of our best ticket prices! Our Passes are geared to your profile as a theatre-goer, and are valid for one year from their purchase date. Go on, spoil yourself – and discover shows that you never thought you might like!

HOW DOES IT WORK?
Order your Pass by attending in person at our box-office, or by e-mail or telephone.
Purchase your seats whenever you like by presenting your Pass at the box-office, thereby entitling you to benefit from immediate reductions.
Passes are issued in the name of the bearer for a period of one year from the purchase date, and can also be used for performances by the Music Conservatoire of Esch-sur-Alzette.

TWO GOOD REASONS TO BUY A PASS
Enjoy super-reduced ticket prices for a whole year!
Treat yourself to exclusive advantages: meetings with artistes, guided tours of the theatre, and preferential access to public rehearsals, etc.

25 €

The "I like what you do" Pass

55% to 60% reduction for all our shows – cost-effective as from the fourth performance that you attend.

220 €

The "I'm a theatre addict" Pass

Unlimited access to all our shows, offering no fewer than 50 different spectacles: because, when it comes to live shows, one shouldn't hold back!

30 €

The "Kid & Co" Pass

The seat occupied by the adult (parent, grandparent, family friend, etc.) accompanying your child is free of charge! The Pass is issued in the name of your child. This offer applies only to Jeunes publics shows (aimed at younger audiences), offering 10 different spectacles, and is cost-effective as from the third performance attended.

5 €

The "Young Person's" Pass

This offers access to all our shows at the special flat rate of 5 € for persons aged under 26 and students, and is cost-effective as from the second performance attended.

A place for living

Relax before or after the show, glass in hand, in an agreeable environment, enjoying good company and engaging in sparkling conversation. You can do this in our bar on the ground floor or the lounge area on the first floor, which are guaranteed to make your visit a pleasurable experience. And you may like to note that, from time to time, brunches are organised, taking place after certain workshops held by the artistes themselves. What better way to relax and discover a live show?