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

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The Art Hunt Courtesy of ZOLITA
Published at 14/09/2021
By Carmen

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!

PERFORMANCE: De Flavoria Revue

Revue Flavoria - Lander Loeckx

The Alibicollectief of founder Pat Van Hemelrijck and his artistic soulmates is going on tour with De Flavoria Revue to celebrate their 30th anniversary! This weekend they will be performing in Gaucheret park in Schaarbeek and L28 Park in Molenbeek. In and around the 'De Zennebiest' mobile theatre, they will perform a carriage play that calls for solidarity in tackling society's current challenges. Geert Waegeman leads the musicians in this multidisciplinary theatre company that blends visual theatre with a medley of modern storytelling skills.

18, 19, 25 and 26 September, various parks throughout Brussels


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CONCERT: Sanaz & Friends

Sanz (c) gerd plitzner

Art Base, the intimate concert hall cum art gallery, presents an inexhaustible series of world music discoveries each season. As part of the Persian mini-festival, Sanaz & Friends touch our hearts with poetic songs from Iran, Azerbaijan and Turkey. A musical lore situated on the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, nourished by the personal narrative of the free-thinking front woman. Sanaz' lyrics touch upon love, freedom and self-determination. Values for which she, like so many others, had to forsake her homeland.

18 and 19 September

Exhibition and art market free of charge, concert 15 euros

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The Art Hunt Courtesy of Heidi Ukkonen

What more original way to showcase emerging European artists than with an art treasure hunt! The spotlight will also be shone on several Brussels neighbourhoods and local businesses. Ten works of art, selected by the LenArt team, are hidden in ten specific locations in Brussels. You can spend a whole day hunting for them, guided by clues, a map and hidden tips. Along with the fun of the game, you even get the chance to win one of these works of art!

18 September from 11.30 am to 5.30 pm


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