Day of Dance lets you enjoy performances, try-outs, dance films, workshops and (dance) interventions in public spaces throughout Flanders and Brussels. Day of Dance wants to emphasise dance’s incredible unifying power.
On 28 March, the movie Rosie & Moussa will premier in Belgian cinema. Come to UGC De Brouckère on Sunday 25 March at 11am, get your ticket for only €6,5 and enjoy this exclusive screening.
For the second year in a row, KVS is organizing the interactive poetry project RISE UP with Sukina Douglas.
Following a successful first edition Next Generation, Please! is back with a bang!
Congolisation is a multidisciplinary cultural festival that lends the stage to a wide variety of artistic ventures from the Congolese and wider sub-Saharan diaspora.
Between 1 February and 31 March, dance, in all its diversity and vitality, will take centre stage in Brussels! Come and see INVITED by Seppe Baeyens / Ultima Vez.
At the request of his deeply religious, dying mother, the former Christian Pippo Delbono created a performance based on the gospel. The title is “Vangelo”, as the show is based on the Vangelo.
From Monday 8 January onwards, you can enjoy the cuisine of our first pop up chef James Martin. During 3 months, he wil surprise us (and you?) with his cooking skills!
Uprooted migrants wander the streets a stone’s throw from our theatre. We want to do something for them. Come and watch Malcolm X or Onbezongen in February or make a free contribution and support Deux Euros Cinquante.
Several candidates applied and we selected three of them. Each one will try our kitchen and you can help us decide who will be our first pop-up chef in January!
Christophe Sermet has adapted a novel by Hugo Claus, filled with foolish love, disrespect and death wishes. Dernier lit tells the story of a self-chosen and programmed death.