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What to do in Brussels: our cultural selection of the week

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Pink Screens - Brussels queer Film Festival

The days follow one another and look alike...a little too much? Need inspiration for your outings in Brussels? Every week, agenda.brussels offers you a selection of cultural nuggets and must-sees (exhibitions, online concerts, virtual tours and other discoveries...) to spice up your everyday life. Whether you are rather conventional or a lover of the unusual, whether for this evening or this weekend, with your family, in a group or as a lover...follow the guide!

Zwangere Guy concert @ AB virtuelle

Nouvelle Belgique: ZWANGERE di-GUY-taal

Have you ever thought of experiencing a live virtual concert in interactive gaming mode? With Nouvelle Belgique, the virtual version of Ancienne Belgique, it's now possible. Create an avatar and discover the new generation of concert hall, including the bar! Zwangere Guy will be the first performer for this very avant-garde concept. It's an opportunity to discover the new opus (BRUTXXL) of Brussels' famous "Nightlife Mayor"!

12 April from 19:00 to 22:30

Price: €10

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EXHIBITION: Echoing Through Eternity

Echoing Through Eternity - Hannah Pallot

Are you dying to go back to nightclubs and feel the walls vibrating, the sound and the sensations of a never-ending party? Then good news! Fuse - which is celebrating its 27th anniversary this year - is back in the limelight with an exhibition tracing its history. Archives, stories, testimonies and immersive experiences allow you to relive a part of the history of the oldest techno club in Belgium. Book your tickets!

9 to 25 April - From Friday to Sunday.

Price: €10

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CINEMA: Pink Screens - Brussels Queer Film Festival (online)

Pink Screens - Brussels queer Film Festival

The Pink Screens Film Festival is the result of the hard work of a group of passionate volunteers. Queer, committed and festive, it celebrates sexualities and genders through films (experimental, fictional, documentary), performances and workshops. The festival evokes major LGBTQ+ themes through films from around the world. Among them, the German feature film "Futur Drei" or the mysterious "Pyrale": because some films can't wait!

8 to 18 April

Price: from €3.99

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