After an unlikely international journey, KVS face Valentijn Dhaenens brings the SKaGeN monologues BigMouth and SmallWar together on one evening, as a final tour. To be booked together or separately.
Directors Michael De Cock (MD) and Junior Mthombeni (JM) are creating a contemporary version of L’Homme de La Mancha together. Anna Luyten caught up with them about the process.
KVS opens its season with a bang this year, programming L’Homme de La Mancha. But of course we wouldn’t just start the year with a reprise: this production will be far from old-fashioned. A surprising addition to the format is the murga.
Theatre maker Sachli Gholamalizad and visual artist Maryam K. Hedayat met ten years ago in the cultural field in Antwerp and now call themselves friends, colleagues and sisters in arms. KVS brought the two together for a conversation about Sachli’s upcoming performance.
Pitcho Womba Konga is known for many creative endeavours, but above all he’s an urban artist. A gconversation with Hugues Makaba Ntoto.
It’s time to introduce our next pop-up chef! Abdell Baset will be stirring our pots starting Monday 6 August, presenting you with specialties from his homeland Syria.
The end of theatre season 2017-2018 is near. And what a season it was, we’re still completely blown away! Before we get stuck into the new season, we’re taking a little break.
Think of festivals and you’re thinking of music. But it might just as easily be theatre. After all, there are several theatre festivals on this summer. Although no performances will be on at the KVS itself during the summer months, you won’t have to miss us entirely!
In April a great many of you took part in our audience survey (no less than 820 people filled in the questionnaire completely!), and we can already give you a few interesting results.
Seniorenslam unites young and old around slam, rap and stage poetry. Two notable social evolutions – aging and youth culture – engage in a surprising creative alliance.
KVS doesn’t only welcome artists and spectators, but chefs too! Since January 1st 2018, Brussels city theatre KVS has been home to pop-up restaurant Café Congo.