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Belgian comic duo Les Freres Taloches (Bruno, left, Vincent, right) perform at the Cirque Royal, Brussels (BELGA PHOTO MATHIEU CAPOEN)
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The coronavirus pandemic has had a strong, detrimental impact on Belgium’s cultural sector.

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Flanders is providing €800,000 in support for Dutch-language organisations in Brussels, to help them survive the coronavirus.

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Urban art continues to spring up, brightening darker corners of the capital.

Gaufres & Waffles chalet Bois de la Cambre
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Perfectly timed for the magical combination of long weekends and sunny weather, Gaufres & Waffles opened a new takeaway chalet in Bois de la Cambre on 21 May.

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way of giving money directly to artists and other creative people struggling because of the coronavirus crisis has been set up by the artist support network State of the Arts.

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It was easy to miss in all those cancellation announcements, but for Nuit Blanche it’s not about the coronavirus; it’s gone for good.

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The Atomium is joining the commemorations for the 450th anniversary of the death of Renaissance painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder, with a new show opening this weekend entitled Bruegel: A Poetic Ex

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The government of Flanders is working on a new loan scheme that allows residents to borrow €500 to €7,000 to buy works by contemporary artists. The loans are interest-free.

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