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The Bulletin radio show on Bruzz: 14 January
Brussels Commissioner Alain Hutchinson
New year, new people settling in Brussels... Our guest on The Bulletin radio show is the Brussels Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations Alain Hutchinson - whose job is to build bridges between the Brussels authorities and the expat community.
ECC pantomime Snow White
Ringing in the New Year is the English Comedy Club’s pantomime, Snow White. There is no doubt that the political events of 2017 will provide director Conrad Toft with a vast array of material to ensure that the theatre will be bursting with jolly laughter, disapproving hissing and playful booing, as the evil Queen of Snowmania, in the grip of an eternal winter, tries to stop Snow White from meeting the handsome Belgian Prince Leonidas, whose true love’s kiss could ensure the return of spring to the kingdom. 19-21 January, Auderghem Cultural Centre
Belgian local elections and the expat vote
Non-Belgian EU citizens have had the right to vote in - and stand for - local elections in Belgium since 2000. Non-EU foreigners have been able to do the same since 2004, as long as they have been a resident for at least five years. But a very small percentage have taken advantage of this right. Tom Huddleston, from Migration Policy Group, explains why you should have your say.
Our colleagues at Bruzz International TV show visit Bia Mara for some fish and chips in the European quarter.
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