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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.
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One of the biggest events in the jazz year is coming up with NORTH SEA JAZZ in Rotterdam on 13th, 14th and 15th July with star names like Emeli Sandé and Gregory Porter and also featuring the re-emergence of jazz by younger musicians in the UK. If you are not a jazz person then THE DELFT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL provides an excellent alternative. It runs from 26th July – 5th August around the city but the main venue is the Prinsenhof.
I guess there are those that will say that everything had a Golden Age. For the Dutch it was most of the 17th century, for English football it was the mid-1960s and for Grand Prix, in fact for motor sport in general, it is usually agreed that the Golden Age was from the mid-to-late 1950s.…
Each week ArtsTalk Magazine editor Michael Hasted presents a podcast focusing on cultural events around The Hague, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
This week he talks to René Jacobs, the controversial owner of and sole exhibitor at Galerie Kunstkop in Delft.
is a young dancer from Taiwan whose show was part of the 2018 Holland Dance Festival. Huang dances with an industrial robot called Kuka and ArtsTalk Magazine had a chance to talk to him on stage at the Theater de Veste in Delft just before his performance.
WOMEN, WHISTLE-BLOWING, WIKILEAKS: A CONVERSATION at Border Sessions Festival in The Hague.
The wonderfully alliterative name of this recently published book may be difficult to resist, but don’t let the title fool you. This slim volume has been written to further the fight on a number of epic fronts
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