Christophe Sermet has adapted a novel by Hugo Claus, filled with foolish love, disrespect and death wishes. Dernier lit tells the story of a self-chosen and programmed death. This short story stands for Claus’ world, but told in a nutshell. It is the story of a passion that can’t find its place in society and is pushed out. A strong theatrical concentration of sharp feelings and death wish.
At the request of his deeply religious, dying mother, the former Christian Pippo Delbono created a performance based on the gospel. The title is “Vangelo”, as the show is based on the Vangelo.
From Monday 8 January onwards, you can enjoy the cuisine of our first pop up chef James Martin. During 3 months, he wil surprise us (and you?) with his cooking skills!
Uprooted migrants wander the streets a stone’s throw from our theatre. We want to do something for them. Come and watch Malcolm X in concert or Onbezongen in February or make a free contribution and support Deux Euros Cinquante.
Several candidates applied and we selected three of them. Each one will try our kitchen and you can help us decide who will be our first pop-up chef in January!
We meet Sylvie Landuyt on a dull autumn day in Brussels. Early in 2018, her new production Do You Wanna Play With Me? premieres at KVS.
The Ferris wheel is turning, the gluhwein is hot and the trees are enlightened. This can only mean one thing. Indeed, Winter Wonders and the Christmas market is taking over the city of Brussels until the end of December.
KVS, as Brussels’ city theatre, is first and foremost an open house. Open to a city that embraces the world. Open on and off scene, at all levels of the organisation. Now we also open up our kitchen in Café Congo.
In the run up to SLOW#03: KIN <> BRU on the 24th and 25th of November, Slameke and KVS organise an Open Mic at Kuumba, where we will unite the artists from SLOW#03 as well as everyone who feels like sharing a text or listening!
Rise Up Youth is an interactive slam poetry project with the British-Jamaican poetess and performer Sukina Douglas (Poetic Pilgrimage). She is bringing together young people from KA Etterbeek and youth club Chicago to focus on sensitive issues relating to diversity, social justice, taboos and stereotypes. The result will be on display in May at BOZAR.
Peeping Tom is working at the KVS on its Vader, Moeder and Kinderen trilogy, with their characteristically tender and sardonic view.
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