Tue 11 September 2018

20:15

Planetarium

Pieter De Buysser / ROBIN

The Tip of the Tongue

theatre

The Tip of the Tongue
The Tip of the Tongue

Pieter De Buysser premiered his performance and fulldome film The Tip of the Tongue at Kunstenfestivaldesarts 2017. He reprised the magic-realist tale for an entire season at the Planetarium in Brussels on every 11th of the month at eleven minutes past eight. See the very last shows to sustain this astronomical production!

Sat 15 September 2018

19:00

Kaaistudio's

Inne Goris

Ons Huis lijkt op een Walvis (5+)

theatre

Ons Huis lijkt op een Walvis (5+)
Ons Huis lijkt op een Walvis (5+)

Thirteen children, a theatre director, an author, a scenographer, and a costume designer welcome you to a house that is the final result of a long-term collaboration between Inne Goris and Imelda Primary School Molenbeek. What is the place of art in daily school life?

Sun 16 September 2018

15:00

Kaaistudio's

Inne Goris

Ons Huis lijkt op een Walvis (5+)

theatre

Ons Huis lijkt op een Walvis (5+)
Ons Huis lijkt op een Walvis (5+)

Thirteen children, a theatre director, an author, a scenographer, and a costume designer welcome you to a house that is the final result of a long-term collaboration between Inne Goris and Imelda Primary School Molenbeek. What is the place of art in daily school life?

Thu 20 September 2018

20:30

Kaaistudio's

Jed Martin

Autoportrait/Zelfportret

theatre

Autoportrait/Zelfportret
Autoportrait/Zelfportret

Jed Martin – the main character in Michel Houellebecq’s The Map and the Territory – was born near Paris in 1975. When he is forty years old, he writes a letter to his dead mother. She was as old as he was then, when she decided to take her own life. The combination of his words and his visual work results in a compelling self-portrait of a contemporary artist.

Fri 21 September 2018

20:30

Kaaistudio's

Jed Martin

Autoportrait/Zelfportret

theatre

Autoportrait/Zelfportret
Autoportrait/Zelfportret

Jed Martin – the main character in Michel Houellebecq’s The Map and the Territory – was born near Paris in 1975. When he is forty years old, he writes a letter to his dead mother. She was as old as he was then, when she decided to take her own life. The combination of his words and his visual work results in a compelling self-portrait of a contemporary artist.

Tue 25 September 2018

20:30

Kaaistudio's

Katja Dreyer

Ophelia comes to Brooklyn

theatre

Ophelia comes to Brooklyn
Ophelia comes to Brooklyn

Ophelia Comes to Brooklyn is a theatre script that Antje Katcher wrote in 1982. In 1967, when she was 20 years old, she emigrated from a small German town to New York City. When she died in 2014, she left an inheritance for her niece: Katja Dreyer. Now, by staging Ophelia Comes to Brooklyn, three actors are attempting to decipher that play and Antje’s life itself.

Wed 26 September 2018

18:00

Kaaistudio's

Katja Dreyer

Ophelia comes to Brooklyn

theatre

Ophelia comes to Brooklyn
Ophelia comes to Brooklyn

Ophelia Comes to Brooklyn is a theatre script that Antje Katcher wrote in 1982. In 1967, when she was 20 years old, she emigrated from a small German town to New York City. When she died in 2014, she left an inheritance for her niece: Katja Dreyer. Now, by staging Ophelia Comes to Brooklyn, three actors are attempting to decipher that play and Antje’s life itself.

20:30

Kaaistudio's

Katja Dreyer

Ophelia comes to Brooklyn

theatre

Ophelia comes to Brooklyn
Ophelia comes to Brooklyn

Ophelia Comes to Brooklyn is a theatre script that Antje Katcher wrote in 1982. In 1967, when she was 20 years old, she emigrated from a small German town to New York City. When she died in 2014, she left an inheritance for her niece: Katja Dreyer. Now, by staging Ophelia Comes to Brooklyn, three actors are attempting to decipher that play and Antje’s life itself.

Sat 29 September 2018

20:30

Kaaitheater

Lisaboa Houbrechts / Kuiperskaai

Hamlet

theatre

Hamlet
Hamlet

The young director Lisaboa Houbrechts is tackling Hamlet. She has opted for the female perspective, focusing on the destructive relationship between Hamlet and his mother Queen Gertrude. Houbrechts primarily aims to illustrate Gertrude’s innocence and thus to show the iconic play in a radically different light.