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The Bulletin on Bruzz: 25 November

20:30 24/11/2018
Listen back to the reports and interviews from The Bulletin's Sunday lunchtime show on 98.8FM in Brussels

Improve Erasmus

A group of international students at Solvay Brussels School have launched a campaign calling for an improvement to how the Erasmus study programme is administered. The group's research found the majority of Erasmus students do not formally register as residents in their host country, making it difficult for them to go about their day-to-day lives and become integrated. Three of the group's members, Julian, Marco and Ivette, explain what can be done to make life easier for Erasmus students on their placements abroad.

ADAM Night Fever: Designing Club Culture 1960 - Today

The new exhibition at ADAM is the first large scale overview of the relationship between design and club culture from the Sixties to today. The show presents objects and archival material in a dynamic way including a striking immersive space combining lighting and music. Co-curator Nina Serelus explains how club design blends fashion design, lighting, sound, interior design and architecture and therefore is a crucible for all those disciplines and has been a learning ground for various artists and architects. 

Brussels Shakespeare Society - Hamlet

The Brussels Shakespeare Society is bringing Hamlet back to the stage this season, directed by Sven Delariviere. In true Shakespeare style, the Brussels Shakespeare Society bring us a performance where women play men and men play women and though there maybe “something rotten in the state of Denmark”, there is nothing rotten in this year’s production and “to be or not to be” may be the question. Hamlet takes place from 28 November to 1 December at Le Jacques Franck, Centre Culturel de St Gilles, Chaussée de Waterloo 94.

Written by Richard Harris, Noreen Donovan, Paul McNally