The Lille Hauts-de-France International Festival of Series strives to make itself accessible to everyone. Each year it strengthens its approach to including people with disabilities (motor, visual, hearing and mental disabilities).

This area has been set up to help you prepare for your visit to the Festival and make the most of the 8 days of programming at the 2024 edition of Séries Mania.

The following facilities have been put in place to make it as easy as possible for festival-goers with disabilities to attend:

  • A ticket office dedicated to reserving seats in the projection rooms, from Wednesday 28 February (subject to availability).
    Please send your request directly to billetterie@seriesmania.com or call us on 03 59 59 07 44 (your request will be given priority)
  • A number dedicated to reserving specific seats in the auditorium for people with disabilities (seats in the front rows for lip-reading optimisation, armchairs, seats near corridors etc.).
  • A reduced rate of 20€ on the SERIES MANIA PASS for people with disabilities (on presentation of the Mobility Inclusion Card) and free admission for the accompanying person (booking by email and telephone only from February 14).
  • The Series Mania + is freely accessible to disabled audiences
  • A volunteer team trained in special care
  • Priority access to all festival sites, via the “GUESTS, SERIES MANIA PASS, PARTNERS, ACCREDITATED, PRM, PSH and PRESS” lanes
  • Dedicated areas for people with reduced mobility for the Fan-Clubs in the Village and for the Tapis Rouges in the Nouveau Siècle.
  • Wheelchair spaces in almost all screening rooms (with the exception of rooms 6 and 9 at UGC Ciné-Cité).
  • 100% des séances de projection access100% of screenings are accessible: when a screening is scheduled in UGC Ciné-Cité rooms 6 or 9 (which are not accessible to wheelchair users), a repeat showing of the series is offered in an accessible room.
  • Toilets adapted for people with reduced mobility at all venues
  • A dedicated phone number : 03 59 59 07 44

the festival’s areas

Almost all the Festival venues are accessible to people with reduced mobility or disabilities.

the village festival by crédit mutuel

  • Le Tripostal – Willy Brandt avenue, Lille
  • Site accessible to disabled festival-goers
  • Special welcome for people with disabilities at fan clubs and meetings
  • Dedicated space for people with reduced mobility in the signing area

ugc ciné cité lille cinema

  • 40, Béthune Street – Lille
  • Screening rooms accessible to festival-goers with disabilities, with the exception of screening rooms 6 & 9 (steps to access the rooms).
  • https://www.ugc.fr/cinema.html?id=25

le majestic cinema

the nouveau siècle

  • Place Mendès France – Lille
  • Screening room accessible to disabled festival-goers
  • Special welcome for the opening and closing ceremonies and the international competition screenings at the Nouveau Siècle: our team of volunteers will be on hand to help you access the PRM area for the Tapis Rouge and to settle in for the screenings.

théâtre du nord

our regional venues

le colisée

le studio 43

arenberg creative mine

  • NIS


The city of Lille is working hard to make life easier and more accessible for people with disabilities. Click on the link below to download the guide in PDF format and find out all about it : https://www.lille.fr/Vivre-a-Lille/Mes-aides/Pour-les-personnes-en-situation-de-handicap

public transport

IIlévia, the Lille Metropolitan Area’s public transport network, is designed to be accessible to all. Le personnel est formé pour fournir une assistance aux personnes à mobilité réduite assurant ainsi une expérience de voyage agréable. Find all the information here :  https://www.ilevia.fr/cms/institutionnel/reseau-ilevia/laccessibilite-du-reseau/

All buses, trams and underground trains are wheelchair accessible

RYou can also find the Handipole service, the Ilevia service dedicated to people with an inclusive mobility card or a disability card of at least 80% who cannot use the conventional network for reasons of mobility or understanding. A shuttle bus will make the journey of your choice, picking you up directly at home.

This service can be booked up until 6pm the day before the journey. Simply contact Ilévia on (press 2) or by e-mail at handipole@ilevia.fr
(On-call number in case of emergency or closure of the Customer Relations Centre: 03 20 59 79 59)

car parks

Lille city centre has many parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility. Holders of a European parking card for people with disabilities or an inclusive mobility card with the words “disabled parking” are entitled to free parking.

More information on the City of Lille website : http://www.lille.fr/Vivre-a-Lille/Me-deplacer/En-voiture/Le-stationnement