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What’s On In Brussels | Weekend 11-13 March 2016

What’s On In Brussels | Weekend 11-13 March 2016

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Updated: 13 April 2016
As the week draws to a close so begins another weekend full of cultural events in the city, and we’ve got the list to keep you entertained. Whether it be indulging in great food with even better company, watching dazzling acrobatic performances, rediscovering a local neighborhood or maybe just finding the next best piece of literature – we’ve got something tailored to suit your needs.


FOOD  |  Savor An English Delicacy, Belgian Style

What if we told you that there is more than one way to enjoy the traditional fish & chips? Rather than wait for your next trip to England, head to Bia Mara and order this specialty with a Belgian beer in hand! 

THEATRE  | Live For The Moment With ‘All the Fun’

Start your weekend with a mesmerizing performance by the talented jugglers of Cie EA EO, as part of this year’s Festival UP! 


EVENT | Journey To The Heart of Molenbeek

For those who dare to travel to the center of Molenbeek beware; its beautiful architecture and pleasant green spaces may just make you go crazy.

MUSIC | Appreciate Acoustic Guitar At The Gala Guitar Concert

If you enjoy acoustic guitar music, you should head to the Belgian capital this Saturday. The guitar class at the Brussels Royal Conservatory celebrates its 50th birthday in style, with a Gala Concert. 

Acoustic Bass Guitar | Bruno Mazotti/Flickr

Acoustic Bass Guitar | Bruno Mazotti/Flickr

EVENT | Meet Local Artisans At Creativa Brussels

Knitters, scrapbookers and painters rejoice! Creative minds gather together in Brussels this weekend at the Brussels Expo.


FILM | Attend Much Ado About Nothing: Melodious Children’s Cinema

Instead of heavy-duty literature, Much Ado About Nothing at the ateliers of De Munt is actually an entertaining multimedia journey waiting to embrace both you and your little one.

MUSIC | Be Captivated By The Music Stylings Of The Klarafestival
Come March, Brussels lives and breathes music when the Klarafestival is in town. Philharmonic orchestras, choirs, ensembles, quartets and soloists all gather to play their socks off during these two weeks.

LITERATURE | Trade In Your Collection For Great Reads At The Bookswap Salon

Looking for a new addition to your reading collection? Then head to the old train station of Laken to trade in some great titles for that next literary treasure