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Culture club: From theatre to photography, there's a group for you to join
American Theatre Company
Organises regular productions: American classics, drama, comedy and workshop.
Art Perspectives International
A group of English-speaking artists from a variety of backgrounds living and working in Brussels.
Arts Society Brussels
A forum for arts-lovers.
British American Theatre Company
The season includes four main productions. Everyone is welcome to join in, on stage or backstage, whatever their skills or experience.
Bruocsella Symphony Orchestra
An international group of amateur, professional, ex-professional and student musicians.
Brussels Brontë Group
Promotes interest in the Brontës, the Brussels places connected with Charlotte and Emily’s stay in the city (on which Charlotte based Villette).
Brussels Choral Society
This symphonic choir of 130 members representing over 25 nationalities welcomes experienced choral singers to join its weekly rehearsals.
Brussels Concert Band
A group of musicians playing varied repertoire from jazz and Big Band to popular music. Members are a mix of Flemish, francophone and English.
Scottish Weekly classes for all levels, an annual event and visits to other groups in neighbouring countries.
Brussels Light Opera Company
Gilbert & Sullivan, other operettas and musicals, plus an annual revue.
Brussels Madrigal Singers
International group working mainly in English with a wide repertoire.
Brussels Shakespeare Society
Performs in English but members, cast and audiences are multinational. It puts on two main productions a year.
Brussels Writers Circle
For English-language prose writers, poets, playwrights, non-fiction writers and screenwriters.
Friendly choir in Saint-Gilles singing famous gospel songs, African gospel and traditional African songs.
English Comedy Club
Full-length theatrical productions each year plus many other events.
A non-profit that gives people of different nationalities the chance to see and participate in theatre in different languages.
European Union Choir
Founded in 1958, the choir promotes Europe through classical music. Amateur singers of 20 nationalities perform throughout Europe.
An informal group that meets twice a month to hold experimental workshops on a variety of subjects.
International Chorale of Brussels
Has members of many nationalities; the working language is English.
Irish Theatre Group
Celebrates Irish drama through traditional and modern playwrights, showcasing Irish culture and stories.
Artists organising various painting activities and an annual exhibition, based in Rhode-Saint-Genèse.
Viewfinders Photography Club
A group of photographers with a range of backgrounds, nationalities and photographic interests.