Beursschouwburg performing arts: October & November 2015

Davis Freeman, Daniel Hellmann, Geert Vaes, Sachli Gholamalizad, Britt Hatzius, Ula Sickle, P.A.R.T.S. & Jan Martens.

Thursday, October 1, 2015 — Foto: Davis Freeman - Fathers & Sons (2 & 3/10)

This fall, we give the stage to artists who think about (their) family ties, we are curious about the usual generation gaps, invite artistic families and search for the things that one generation leaves behind for the generation that follows.

What happens when multiple generations come together in one place, live together in one city, survive in the same world? What’s it like to age in Brussels, a city that keeps on getting younger? Or what’s it like to watch your children grow up in a country with a different culture than the one you grew up in? And how do young people react to our city?

We sincerely hope to welcome you at Beursscohouwburg during the course of the next two months!

2.10 & 3.10, 20:30 - Premiere
Fathers and Sons - Davis Freeman
performance/theatre 

Imagine having one moment where you could say anything you want to your parents. To truly say what you think of them. The good the bad even the ugly, and they could also say anything they want about you with no repercussions. This is Fathers & Sons. A moment where two families lay all their cards on the tables and you are the witnesses.
EN spoken - read more

2.10 & 3.10, 19:00 - 22:00 (ongoing) - Belgian premiere
Full Service - Daniel Hellmann
interactive performance

Do you have a specific wish, a need, a desire? Two performers are ready to provide any service you may desire – immediately and on-site.
EN spoken - read more

16 & 17.10, 20:30
Come Watch Me Die - Geert Vaes
theatre/performance

Come Watch Me Die is a comical-poetic and absurd reflection on impermanence and the End, and how we shouldn’t take all of that too seriously.
EN & NE spoken - read more

23 & 24.10, 20:30
A reason to talk (English version) - Sachli Gholamalizad & kunstZ
performance/theatre

Sachli Gholamalizad was born in Iran and fled to Belgium with her family when she was five years old. In A reason to talk, she searches for an explanation for the difficult relationship with her mother.
EN spoken - read more

Beursschouwburg <3 BRONKS

6 & 7.11, 19:00 - location: Bronks
Blind Cinema - Britt Hatzius
performance/screening

In Blind Cinema, a grownup audience sits blindfolded in the darkness of a movie theatre. Children sitting behind them describe the film which only they can see, whispering in the ears of the adults sitting in front of them. Accompanied by the soundtrack, the children’s description is a fragile but brave attempt to put into words what they see.
language: choose between NE, EN & FR - read more

6 & 7.11, 21:00
Voor Ons / Pour Nous - Ula Sickle/kleinVerhaal
dance

Canadian-Polish choreographer and performer Ula Sickle lives and works in Brussels. She makes films, installations, live performances. Last year, she created the dance performance Voor ons in collaboration with the social-artistic organisation kleinVerhaal bij de Grote Post in Ostend. For that project, she worked with five youngsters from Ostend from different backgrounds, but all of them with a love for dance and music.
language no problem - read more

12, 13 & 14.11 - 20:30
Beursschouwburg <3 P.A.R.T.S. 
Let's celebrate 20 years P.A.R.T.S.
dance

Th 12.11 = Generation 9 = Nestor Garcia Diaz & Michiel Vandevelde
Fr 13.11 = Generation 1 = Salva Sanchis en Heine Avdal
Sa 14.11 = Generation 6 = Eleanor Bauer & Femke Gyselinck
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27 & 28.11, 20:30
Ode to the Attempt + Bis, a solo for Truus Bronkhorst - Jan Martens
dance

We unleash a young Belgian dancer/choreographer who learned the ropes in the Netherlands. Little by little, he is now also conquering Flanders, Brussels, Belgium, the world. His motto? “Perfection is boring!” We present you with two performances. Two for the price of one!
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