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Cibacco: Italian food bikes in Brussels
The Food Truck Festival returns this weekend. But today we're visiting a food bike. "Cibacco" are two Italian brothers who've been feeding eurocrats for the past year. One of their bikes is located on Rue Joseph II - just a few metres from Maelbeek metro station…
Kunstenfestivalsdesarts/Charleroi Danses: Taoufiq Izeddiou - En Alerte
Moroccan dancer and choreographer Taoufiq Izeddiou is one of the people most responsible for the development of contemporary dance in his homeland. His first dance experience at five was also a spiritual one as it was a sufi ritual that his mother had expressly forbidden him to participate in. He is still separating religion from spirituality in his work and he uses traditional as well as contemporary instruments to explore the intersection of two cultures and two musics. As part of Charleroi Danses' participation in the Kunstenfestivaldesarts Taoufiq Izeddiou creates his new dance En Alerte at La Raffinerie May 7-10.
Flanders Today: 8 May
Fluffy animal news and a visit to Bronks youth theatre in Brussels.
BLOC: the Brussels Light Opera Company
25 different nationalities - members ranging from 10 to 75 years old... we meet the Brussels Light Opera Company (or BLOC for short) - an amateur theatre group that's been putting on shows in Brussels for 40 years. Their next performance is at the end of May.
Arthur Aillaud at La Forest Divonne
Lush landscapes, hard-edged architecture and subtly surreal figures: Welcome to the world of Arthur Aillaud. This French painter combines landscapes, architecture and figurative painting to create works that fit perfectly in the contemporary world but at the same time contain classical references and originality. Through May 28th. Galerie La Forest Divonne, rue de l'Hôtel des Monnaies 66