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Tuxedos and long dresses are no longer necessarily required. A standard business casual attire in which you are comfortable is perfectly suitable.
Arrive at least 30 minutes before the curtain rises so that you can pick up your tickets, check-in your coats and get settled in comfortably. Our Laurent Perrier bar is open before the start of the show as well as during the intermission where you may purchase drinks and snacks.
Photography & Video
No video, no photos, even without a flash.
Out of respect for the artists and the public it is forbidden to take photographs or video. Enjoy the show, and become live in the moment with your phone tucked away.
PROGRAMS & LIBRETTOS
Programs : CHF 5.–
Librettos are downloadable (in French) online on the show page, around one month before the premier.
Coat check is offered and available at the main entrance.
Subtitles are shown for each show in English and French.
Items in relation to the Opéra de Lausanne are for sale at the Ticket Office as well as online (coming soon).
Booster seats are available at the entrance of the doors in the main auditorium.
Bar & Restaurants
Our Salon Alice Bailly is located at the second balcony and welcomes you one hour before the show and during intermission. To accompany your glass of champagne, you can enjoy a few savoury or sweet snacks.
During intermissions, drinks and small snacks are also available at our Laurent Perrier Bar, located at the mezzanine floor.
Our partner Lausanne Palace (Brasserie du Grand-Chêne) offers you a 10% discount on the evening of the show, upon presentation of your ticket.
Arrival & Delays
Doors of the Opéra and bar are open 1 hour before the show.
Doors to the auditorium open 30 minutes before the show.
The ticket office is open one hour before for sales only for the show that evening.
Late arrivals are only allowed to enter the auditorium at the end of an act or during a break, with the permission of our placers. In the meantime, you can watch the show live streamed in the Alice Bailly Salon.
Relive an opera
Thanks to our partnership with Arte Concert, who records 1 or 2 shows per year, you have the opportunity to relive some of our most beautiful opera productions from the comfort of your home.
Check us out at Arteconcert.com
Children are welcome at the Opéra de Lausanne, but some shows, due to their length and content, aren’t adapted to them. A minimum age is often indicated on the page of the show, as well as the duration of the performance. Please read it before booking and respect the indicated age, otherwise you may be refused access to the show. Children under the age of 3 are not permitted into any performance. The age limit for children’s reduced tickets is 16 years old.