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

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Méduse.s (c) Marie-Hélène Tercafs

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, concerts, guided 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 with your lover...follow the guide!


L'autre Part - collectif Créons

Who hasn't seen the lovable pencils of Brussels collective Créons on the walls of the capital? Now you can find them at See-U, in the very graphic L'autre Part exhibition. Little illustrated grottoes to be discovered by torch, original drawings and other immersive installations take you right into the heart of these Brussels artists' unbridled imagination.

On Saturdays and Sundays, until 27 June


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Méduse.s (c) Marie-Hélène Tercafs

The Théâtre des Tanneurs and Les Brigittines are joining forces for two evenings, with a show in each of the two venues. Combining contemporary dance (WEG by choreographer Ayelen Parolin or Glitch by Florencia Demestri and Samuel Lefeuvre) and theatre (Les Méduses by the Le Gang collective or La Messe de l'Âne by Olivier de Sagazan), this original formula will have you seeing double both evenings!

4 to 19 June

From €10

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documentary: DARK RIDER - EVA KÜPPER

DARK RIDER - Eva Küpper

Belgian director Eva Küpper is back with her first feature documentary, Dark Rider. It tells the unique story of Ben Felten. The story centres around a crazy dream, an iron will and a great deal of risk-taking. Blinded as a teenager, the Australian never gave up on his childhood dream of becoming a professional motorbike racer. The camera follows him on his quest to become the fastest blind motorcyclist in the world. Discover this documentary that's as poignant as it is disconcerting, at Bozar.

14 June at 20:00

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