Tickets go on sale for STET’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Tickets are now on sale for STET’s first post lockdown presentation in September!

Performed by The Handlebards – this is A Midsummer Night’s Dream as you’ve never seen it before. Four young lovers find themselves enveloped in the dream-like arms of a magical forest full of sprites . . .

THE KORZO IN THE HAGUE TO RE-OPEN SOON

A special program has been put together for June in which work will be shown by regulars such as Samir Calixto, Wubkje Kuindersma, Rutkay Özpinar ea Urban platform GUAP will take over our theater one evening and Jens van Daele’s Burning Bridges will make a special version of the performance Nachthexen IV: Battre they had to cancel last April.

WHICH TO CHOOSE? MOST MUSEUMS END LOCKDOWN

If you have not yet decided which museum or exhibition to visit: not all museums will reopen on 1st of June! Several actually remain closed till further notice. Take The Hague’s Willem V Gallery and the hard-hit Museum Bredius. The Gallery will remain closed till some day in September and Museum Bredius till further notice.

EXACTLY ONE YEAR SINCE THE CLOSURE OF BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN

Exactly one year ago, on 26th May, 2019, the doors of Museumpark 18 closed for an unprecedented seven years due to the upcoming renovation and the Rotterdam Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen went “in transit”. What has happened since then and what are the future plans . . .

Delft’s Spring Kunstkamer re-scheduled for November

It was sadly no surprise that the Spring Kunstkamer in Delft had to be cancelled. The good news is that it has been re-scheduled and will now take place on 7th and 8th November 2020.

The twice yearly KunstKamer, held in a wonderful five-hundred-year-old canal-side private house on Delft’s grand Oude Delft canal, has become one of the high-spots of the social and artistic calendar in the city.

This is Surrealism!  Boijmans Masterpieces at The Cobra Museum

The exhibition which runs from 1st June to 27th September represents a far-reaching collaboration with Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen that lends its artworks at home and abroad during its own renovation closure. This is a surrealism collection that is among the best in the world and is unique in the Netherlands.

DUTCH MUSEUMS A STEP CLOSER TO RE-OPENING

Many of the museums in the Netherlands are preparing to reopen on 1st June. Many have started offering advanced ticket-booking already. But what will it be like, visiting museums then?

The Dutch Museums Association was asked by the government to draw up a COVID19 protocol. Because of its experience in handling large crowds, the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum was asked to cooperate.