It has been a turbulent week in KVS
Thanks to your support, our charity benefit was able to raise a fair sum for 'Deux Euros Cinquante'. You have made sure that countless refugees in Brussels are provided with food packages during these cold days. A heartfelt 'merci' is surely called for!
Curious to discover what we have in store for you for the next season? Get out your diary and make a note of Thursday 19 April, because that's when we are launching the 2018-19 season!
10 years after his death and 50 years after may ’68, BOZAR is devoting an exhibition to flanders’ most acclaimed author: Hugo Claus. This multidisciplinary exhibition portrays Claus in all his facets: author, painter, theatre maker and film director.
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.