Halles Saint-Géry


place Saint-Géry, 1
1000 Brussels

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Built in 1881, Halles Saint-Géry is an exceptional building with characteristic architecture of the Flemish neo-Renaissance style set in the historic heart of Brussels; welcoming local and international visitors alike. An exhibition and event space based in the heart of Brussels, Halles develop a hybrid program of exhibitions, meetings, conferences, performances, concerts and it exists as one of the major symbols of the Brussels Region - Capital city.

Visit us at the hub at Halles Saint-Géry throughout the festival, open from 10:00 every day of the festival and again after performances for meetings, gatherings and drinks till 01:00, Tuesday 11 - Friday 14 June 2019. The Festival Hub daytime programme will be announced soon.

See our Programme page for details.



De Kriekelaar

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Gallaitstraat 86 B-
1030 Schaarbeek

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At De Kriekelaar, everyone is welcome to enjoy concerts, theatre and parties. De Kriekelaar organise events for the whole family on a regular basis, and it is a hub for information about city life; a meeting place for anyone looking for socialising, art and culture or an exciting leisure activity.

See Dancer by 21 Common at De Kriekelaar on Tuesday 11 June 2019.





Auguste Ortsstraat 20/28
1000 Brussels

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Beursschouwburg is a multidisciplinary arts centre, situated in the heart of Brussels. It’s the perfect place for theatrical productions, performances, films, concerts, exhibitions, debates, lectures, parties and a drink in the beurscafé. Apart from a pile of attractively stacked bricks in the heart of Brussels, Beursschouwburg is, for the time being, principally an inspiring platform for between-the-arts.

See The Tailor of Inverness by Dogstar Theatre Company and Letters for Peace by Graeme Stephen at Beursschouwburg on Wednesday 12 June 2019.



Théâtre de la Vie

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Rue traversière 45
1210 Saint-Josse-ten-Noode

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Anchored in a principle of ‘theatre of contemporary creation’, Théâtre de la Vie provides a meeting point between artists and the public. Intimately connected to the reality of the time, it welcomes to its home both classical works and modern classics. The styles of shows presented reflect the richness and artistic diversity that exists in French-speaking Belgium.

See The Gospel According to Jesus, Queen of Heaven by Queen Jesus Productions at Théâtre de la Vie on Thursday 13 June 2019.





Veeweidestraat 24 – 26
1070 Anderlecht

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Zinnema’s doors are wide open for amateur artists looking to flourish within the rich and diverse atmosphere of a big city. Zinnema encourages artists to explore their innermost selves and find inspiration in both familiar and unfamiliar places. It is a professional home for projects and also a platform for support and collaboration.

See Douglas by Robbie Synge at Zinnema on Friday 14 June 2019.





Manchesterstraat 13-15
1000 Molenbeek-Saint-Jean

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Recyclart is a non-profit organisation supporting projects in social economy; Recyclart manage a multi-disciplinary arts center, a bar & restaurant and a wood & metal workshop space. Recyclart poses no hierarchy between disciplines, and defends art that is open to both the scholar and the popular. Recyclart defines art as a political tool that makes us think about our society and helps to build a real social cohesion in the city; building bridges between different cultures, social classes and universes. A key part of Recyclart’s program focuses on presenting and working with the new urban cultural movements that originate in Europe and other parts of the world.

See (I Could Go On Singing) Over the Rainbow by FK Alexander on Friday 14 June 2019.

Come to the Made in Scotland Festival Closing Party on Friday 14 June 2019.