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The Bulletin on Bruzz: 17 November

19:39 16/11/2019
Listen back to the reports and interviews from The Bulletin's Sunday lunchtime show on 98.8FM in Brussels

Super Heroes Never Die

Super Heroes Never Die – Comics and Jewish Memories, the new show at the Jewish Museum of Belgium, is an updated version of a show created by the the Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme in Paris and the Joods Historisch Museum of Amsterdam which has travelled around the world. Co-curators Bruno Benvindo and Karim Tall have refreshed the exhibition which is divided into five chronological sections, tracing the development of American comic strips from the early 20th century strips in newspapers to the contemporary comic books being published. Karim Tall tells us about the Jewish connection.

Kiss Me Kate

Cole Porter’s wonderful score for Kiss Me Kate comes to bustling life as Brussels Light Opera Company performs the classic musical. Ex-spouses, a gambling addict and a couple of mobsters get mixed up onstage and behind the scenes as a theatre troupe puts on Shakespeare in 1950s Baltimore.

Win! A pair of tickets to the Saturday 23 November performance of Kiss Me Kate. Simply fill in your details below. We'll pick a winner at random on Wednesday evening (20 November).

Written by Richard Harris, Paul McNally