The BELvue Museum, located next to the Brussels Royal Palace, will present a temporary exposition on the theme of “Brussels, November 1918. From war to peace?” from 26 September to 6 January 2019.

Exhibition opens in memory of Jacques Brel

Sunday, 23 September 2018 22:19
An art exhibition in memory of Jacques Brel was opened on Saturday.
Fermenting vegetables in jars is simple, eco-friendly and now being done more and more.
One new discovery of the work of an Old Master would be one thing; two begins to look like a mystery by Dan Brown, but better written.
A new online platform offering unlimited viewing of independent films has been launched in Belgium.

Prices for favourite dishes go up and down

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 10:41
First the bad news: Thanks to the intense and long-lasting drought of this summer, the frites on sale in most outlets promise to be smaller and more expensive, according to the potato industry.

Matthias Schoenaerts wins award for Le Fidèle

Monday, 17 September 2018 10:27
Matthias Schoenaerts, Belgium’s best Hollywood hope, was awarded the prize for Best Actor at the weekend at the Ensor awards in Ostend.
L’Improviste, the first Belgian theatre totally dedicated to improvisation, will open its doors on the 20th of October.
About 20 employees and interns who have worked with artist Jan Fabre’s at his Troubleyn Theatre Company have complained about the behaviour of the famous Antwerp-based artist in an open letter published on Wednesday evening on the Internet site of the specialized art magazine rekto:verso.
Flemish Minister of Culture Sven Gatz said on Thursday that he was taking seriously an open letter signed by about 20 colleagues and interns of Jan Fabre, complaining about the conduct of the Antwerp-based artiste and announced that his ministry was launching an investigation into Fabre’s Troubelyn dance company.