Whoever we are, we should all have the right to be clean. That’s the ethos behind a new centre for homeless people that has just opened in Brussels, offering showers, lockers, washing machines – and a chance to rejoin mainstream society.
Schuman Lights Up
Schuman Lights Up is back, with nine days of festive events under a white tent with fairytale lighting. Until 13 December, various groups will be offering seasonal foods and activities. Marion Wolfers from organiser Schuman Square ASBL explains more.
Argentinian playwright Rafael Spregelburd and the Brussels theatre collective Transquinquennal join forces to present a play that explores the ins and outs of fame.
It may seem like a distant memory now, but seven years ago it looked as if Belgium might soon become a thing of the past.
Belgian art collectors have been celebrated for decades for their daring, their passion and their embrace of risk - championing new artists and new movements. They were at the forefront, for instance, of the acceptance in Europe of US movements such as Pop Art in the 1960s.
What with Belgium’s most excellent showing in tennis this month – from the ATP Finals to the Davis Cup – the timing couldn’t have been better for the launch of GoTennis. Because, regardless of how well the pros are doing, it’s tough for the amateurs to find an open court.