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Cultural centres worth visiting in Brussels

02:21 01/10/2019

Centre Jacques Franck
This Saint-Gilles institution presents concerts, films, performances and kids’ events. ÄÄ 94 Chaussée de Waterloo

Elzenhof
Holds language classes and conversation tables as well as a repair cafe for old goods, and tai chi lessons.
12 Avenue de la Couronne

Espace Senghor
This centre in Etterbeek has an extensive agenda of music, theatre and community events.
366 Chaussée de Wavre

Halles de Schaerbeek
Has special status as European Cultural Centre of the French Community and its main hall can hold 2,000 people.
22 Rue Royale-Sainte-Marie

Maalbeek
Offers folk workshops, tango and photography classes and has its own environmental programme.
97 Rue du Cornet

Pianofabriek
Located in Saint-Gilles, it offers concerts as well as language classes and activities for children.
35 Rue du Fort

Riches Claires
Situated in the centre of Brussels, it focuses on theatre, contemporary dance, music and cinema.
24 Rue des Riches Claires

Uccle Cultural Centre
Has hosted the likes of Eddie Izzard, and has a packed programme of music, theatre and cinema.
47 Rue Rouge

VK Concerts
A music club in Molenbeek known for its concerts and art exhibitions.
76 Rue de l’Ecole

Wolubilis
A cultural centre in Woluwe-SaintLambert with activities from music lessons to film festivals. It also offers workshops in fashion and jewellery and stages for kids.
Cours Paul-Henri Spaak

Comedy clubs

Kings of Comedy Club
A place for all styles of comedy from the seasoned professional to the beginner comedian. It features primarily French-speaking comics.
489 Chaussée de Boondael

Live Comedy
Check here for English comedy in Brussels. Venues include Bozar plus the Arenberg in Antwerp.

Théâtre Marni
Stand-up in Ixelles theatre by English Comedy Brussels a couple of times a month.
25 Rue de Vergnies

Written by The Bulletin