Click on picture for more information January in The Hague and other venues
“A world with more passion, movement and connection”
Dance inspires and that is why we are so passionate about our work. We pride ourselves in being allowed to unlock the passion and the power of dance. That we are able to connect people worldwide through dance. For over 30 years.
Launched in June 2017, we are the sister publication of
StageTalk Magazine in the UK and provide previews, reviews and information, in English, for theatres, art exhibitions, concerts, opera etc, concentrating on cities in south west Netherlands (Noord/Zuid Holland and Utrecht regions). Each venue, museum or gallery has its own page with information and a link to its website. The site is updated regularly and information is always coming in so there is always something new to discover or read about.
If you are promoting any events, please let us know and we’ll probably be able to list them.
Please subscribe to ArtsTalk Magazine using the box at the bottom of the page and follow us on Twitter and Facebook so you are always up to date with the arts in Holland.
Some big and important festivals coming up in Rotterdam this month. First off is CIRCUSSTAD the international circus festival which takes place in and around the Shouwburg Plein starting on 2nd May and continuing until 6th. After that, running from 18th – 27th, is OPERADAGEN, nine days of opera related events which take place in various venues around the city. Although not part of the official festival, the Nederlandse ReisOpera’s DER FLIEGENDE HOLLÄNDER is on at the Schouwburg on 8th.
For decades the Centre Pompidou name has been conjuring associations with the crème de la crème of modern and contemporary art. On 5th May they expanded beyond their home in Paris, transforming an otherwise unremarkable Brussels neighborhood into an art hotspot. Our correspondent Malou den Dekker has been to have a look . . .
Each week ArtsTalk Magazine editor Michael Hasted presents a podcast focusing on cultural events around The Hague, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
This week he talks at length to Guy Coolen who is the Artistic Director of OPERADAGEN which continues in Rotterdam until 27th May.
created and has been running STET, the English Theater in The Hague since 2006. In this exclusive interview with ArtsTalk Magazine editor Michael Hasted she talks about how it all got started, her policy for choosing plays and much more besides. STET’s latest production is MRS PICASSO which open on 24th May.
If you thought that Scandinavian fiction was all dark, sometimes grisly (northern) crime fiction – think again. BorderKitchen in the Hague, recently organised a literary evening devoted to three of Scandinavia’s rising literary stars.
Advertisment ad adsense adlogger