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1 April 2024

Japanese singer Ado sweeps fans off their feet at first world tour ‘Wish’

Japanese singer Ado has officially set off on her European tour on March 9 starting with the city of Brussels, […]

30 March 2024

Celebration of Nawruz @MUSE

It was a celebration of NAWRUZ yesterday at MUSE Gallery at the Brussels’s Sablon !  We celebrated the New Year, […]

17 March 2024

Brussels Design Market 2024

This weekend we are lucky to have and participate in the Spring surprising edition of Brussels Design Market – 16 […]

10 March 2024

OWN (Objects With Narratives) at the Brussel’s Sablon

Discover OWN (“Objects With Narratives”), which took this magnificent building “The Grand Sablon 40” under its creative patronage ! BACK […]

14 December 2023

‘Pluto’: Netflix’s dark anime adaptation challenges our perception of AI psychology

The Netflix anime series ‘Pluto’, a murder mystery brimming with meaningful themes, reimagines the iconic ‘Astro Boy’ manga. Let’s unpack […]

7 December 2023

Jessica Pratt : soprano with angel voice

Last season, she dazzled the public at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie in the role of Amina in Bellini’s ‘La […]

30 September 2023

‘A Haunting in Venice’: reinventing Agatha Christie’s mystery with a layer of horror

Branagh’s latest installment of the Hercule Poirot mystery series is currently in theaters, with the Halloween season just around the […]

25 September 2023

11th Korean Film Festival returns to Brussels: what to expect

Film buffs, rejoice! The 11th Korean Film Festival will take place in Brussels and Luxembourg this year from September 27 […]

3 July 2023

Nextory: the perfect platform for everyone, anytime, anywhere

Nextory is a reference European platform which offer a streaming service for audio books, ebooks, several daily press and magazine […]

26 June 2023

The B.A.M.P., the Schaerbeek art space that decompartmentalizes the performing arts

Link to original article Just 2 minutes from the Demolder tram stop in Schaerbeek, behind a large entrance with a […]

22 May 2023

Death of English writer Martin Amis, the “Mick Jagger of literature

We have just lost one of the greatest contemporary English writers, Martin Amis, whose dark, biting style was severely dubbed […]

10 March 2023

Listen Festival: celebrating music and diversity

Listen Festival, a key event on the Brussels music scene, will explore the full diversity of the musical spectrum in […]

1 March 2023

Good luck to you, Leo Grande : Emma Thompson tries to take us in search of pleasure and meaning of existence

Sophie Hyde presents her new work “Good Luck to you, Leo Grande”, after several independent projects. Led by Emma Thompson […]

20 February 2023

Old Junkyard Blues and The Scream Of Angels

Are you familiar with the music world of Shane Treacy ? He has just released two albums and if you […]

10 January 2023

L.U.C.A. Last Universal Common Ancestor

L.U.C.A. Last Universal Common Ancestor is showcased from 1 to 3 February 2023 at the Varia Theatre. “Where are you […]

10 January 2023

Shin Hanga: the delicacy of Japanese prints at the Royal Museum of Art and History in Brussels

The “Shin Hanga” exhibition presents magnificent examples of the ‘New Print’ movement, which includes modern Japanese art from 1900 to […]

9 January 2023

2023 is the year of Art Nouveau in Brussels!

130 years after the inauguration of the Hotel Tassel, the founding work of the Art Nouveau movement in Belgium, the […]

22 December 2022

Two artists, one gaze: Frida Kahlo told by Isabelle de Borchgrave

Miradas de Mujeres (Women’s Gaze) is an exhibition that highlights the view of Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave on Frida Kahlo. Miradas […]

19 December 2022

Artist Denis Meyers paints the walls of KBR… legally !

For a few days, the outside walls of the Royal Library of Belgium will serve as a backdrop for Brussels […]

12 December 2022

MAGNETIC FLOW : luminous sculptures that transport us to wonderful worlds

An immersive light and sound exhibition, unique in Europe: Magnetic Flow! Visit a brand-new cultural venue in Brussels, where you […]

8 December 2022

Culture month : discover Art Au Centre, a project to revitalise the city centre of Liege through art

Changing storefronts, invested windows and art in broad daylight: Art Au Centre is back and will be running until 31 […]

5 December 2022

Movie of the week : The Menu !

The Menu is an American horror comedy film directed by Mark Mylod, released in 2022. Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Fiennes […]

1 December 2022

Dance. Bodies. Politics

Europe and the Arab world are two rapidly changing regions, each with specific and varied local social, economic and political […]

28 November 2022

Wednesday, the new Netflix series we devoured

Tired of the Christmas soaps that have been replayed over and over again for weeks and years (we don’t really […]

24 November 2022

Culturius presents Culture Month

From 23 November to 23 December, Culturius invites you to the first edition of the Culture Month. It’s the perfect […]

15 November 2022

Namasenda: hyperpop made in Sweden

Namasenda, rising star of hyperpop, was in concert on Sunday 6 November at the Botanique in Brussels. Materialised from her […]

2 November 2022

Why are we so captivated by the Jeffrey Dahmer series on Netflix?

The gruesome new series Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is the second most watched English-speaking show on Netflix […]

14 September 2022

Books to Get Out of a Reading Slump

Sometimes it is hard to get into the habit of reading frequently. Here are some books that personally helped me […]

13 September 2022

Rhodes : where culture rhymes with nature!

Ever thought about visiting the Greek Island of Rhodes? Here you will find out why you should consider it soon… […]

13 September 2022

A look back at the exceptional opening of the 40th edition of the BIFFF

Read the original article The 40th edition of the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, the BIFFF, will be held until […]

9 September 2022

« Coupez ! » Hazanavicius’ new pastiche comedy

For the opening of the Cannes Film Festival, Michel Hazanavicius (The American Class, the first two films of OSS 117 […]

11 August 2022

5 Delicious Brunch Places in Barcelona 

Are you a breakfast and brunch lover? Do you enjoy drinking coffee in aesthetically pleasing locations? In this list I […]

5 August 2022

The “Mudia” museum or how to appreciate art differently

Read the original article Just in front of the church in Redu, the former presbytery underwent a major renovation in […]

21 July 2022

How does Bad Bunny do it?

The Puerto Rican singer has proven himself to be one of the most successful artists in the world, despite popular […]

18 July 2022

5 Best (and Tourist-Trap-Free) Restaurants in Barcelona

Are you planning a trip to Catalunya? Are you scared that the trip-advisor recommendations may be too basic, and mainly […]

29 June 2022

Candlelight Rosalia: A Classical Take on Pop Music

A hot and humid evening under a twilight Barcelona sky, a 15-euro entrance ticket, a candlelight concert taking place in […]

5 June 2022

How To Survive a Sunday in Reims?

Sundays in the heart of the Grand-Est region are not the most enthralling day of the week. Multiple shops and […]

26 May 2022

Boldini, the painter of elegance

In Paris, the Petit Palais is hosting the superb exhibition “Giovanni Boldini. Les plaisirs et les jours”. A treat for […]

18 May 2022

The cello is celebrated in Queen’s Elisabeth Competition this year

I’m holding my breath as the biggest classical music competition is about to begin in Brussels! What, when, where? The Queen Elisabeth Competition celebrates the cello this year, and the world’s greatest cellists will perform their best from nine […]

12 May 2022

Kaoutar Berne on the rise

Read the original article The young and energetic Brussels-based comedian Kaoutar Berne is a natural remedy against gloom, and should […]

8 May 2022

5 Best (and Tourist-Trap-Free) Restaurants in Barcelona

Are you planning a trip to Catalunya? Are you scared that the trip-advisor recommendations may be too basic, and mainly […]

28 April 2022

Man and Beast: Francis Bacon’s powerful exhibition

The Royal Academy of Arts is an art institution based in the heart of London that’s been operational for over […]

15 April 2022

Biking in London for Beginners

ondon is humongous, the public transport is overcrowded and petrol is extremely expensive. So what better way to avoid these problems and discover the city by bike? This might sound scary at first, so here is a small survival guide to biking in London for beginners.

14 April 2022

HIGH VOLTAGE : where art and emotions meet

Located in the heart of Brussels, the Art et marges museum, museum of outsider art, questions art and its borders. […]

11 April 2022

Dive into the committed world of designer Charlotte Perriand at the Design Museum Brussels

Read the original article From 1 April to 28 August, the Design Museum Brussels is presenting the photographic work of […]

25 March 2022

London: What’s the Deal with Canary Wharf?

Once an industrial area, Canary Wharf has turned into the most important financial hub of the UK over the last decades. With the ever growing presence of skyscrapers in the neighbourhood, the atmosphere of Canary Wharf has something futuristic and cold – but is this postmodern postcode in the east of London worth a visit?

23 March 2022

Painter Maurice Denis experienced love in soft colors

When you’re in love, the world looks very different. Especially when you are a painter like Maurice Denis.

16 March 2022

Tiles of the Tube: Leytonstone Station

Having both the longest and oldest metro system of Europe, London’s underground is full of quirky stories. Famous for being […]

15 March 2022

Assemblage Art: a little find of contemporary art gallery in Sablon

Anna Agtma’s art gallery is a journey as the artist makes you open your mouth laughing and then slips the truth in.

10 March 2022

An interview with Flevoland, your next music obsession

Flevoland’s first EP Taken by Stream inspired by the artificial province of Flevoland will be released on the 11th of March with the movie Welcome to Flevoland

18 February 2022

Henri Evenepoel – A journey to Algeria

The Fin-de-Siècle Museum, presents the drawings, photographs and certain paintings that the Belgian artist Henri Evenepoel (Nice, 1872- Paris, 1899) produced during his Algerian period.