Practical information

The next edition of De Betovering festival will be held from Friday 25th October until Saturday 2nd November 2024. The programme and tickets will be available online at the beginning of September.


Ticket sales en reservations

Tickets for performances or workshops can be bought or booked at the location where they’re held. See the programme to check you location. Performances and workshops need to be booked separately. Book on time! The number of places is often limited, especially for the workshops. When you book, clearly state the date and time of the workshop of performance you want to attend. 


Have you booked but are you unable to attend? Call and cancel. That allows people on the waiting list to take your place. 


My wish list

Use the website to create your personal wish list by clicking on the hearts in the programme. Then click ‘My wish list’. Sort your favourites by location to make booking easier and/or sort by date to print your personal daily programme.



Ooievaarspas holders get 50% off all performances and workshops.



Check out our No Dutch Required programme. This offers performances that are visually entertaining and that are not so dependent on spoken word, like dance or circus.

Read more about the festival’s accessibility

Sold out

When a performance or workshop is sold out, we update this information online as soon as we can. The exact ticket sales are always available at the location’s ticket desk.


Waiting lists

Is your favourite performance of workshop sold out? Ask the ticket desk at the location to place you on the waiting list. You can also take a gamble and go the location, in the hope that someone has forgotten to phone and cancel. 

Good to know

  • Keep a close eye on the age limits. We cannot admit children that are too young.
  • Children attend a show accompanied by an adult.
  • The adult must also purchase an entrance ticket.
  • Most workshops are only for children. Parents do not have to buy a ticket unless otherwise stated.

Playfully discover the rules of theatre

See 'Theater kijken, zo doe je dat' by youth theatre organisation Het Laagland. This is a playful way of getting to know the behavioural codes of the theatre. 


Changes in the programme

The programme has been created with care, but changes can occur. Stay informed of the latest news by following us on social media.



The organisation is not responsible or accountable for the consequences that arise from the activities on offer. The program is with reservation and depends on the health status of the locations, actors, dancers and workshop teachers, regulations and guidelines from the RIVM and the government The locations themselves are responsible for the safety of their visitors.