HERE’S THE GOOGLE MAP FOR THIS WEEKEND AND BEYOND …
FEATS (Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies) is on over this weekend on (18th -21st). It is hosted by BATS VZW (Antwerp’s own British American Theatre Society) and takes place at the Fakkel Theatre on Hoogstraat. Tickets are popular, so waste no time in getting yours if you would like to go. Tickets via this link will get you an evening comprising of three performances. Here is the list of participating groups, and the FEATS program.
On Steenplein, some and enjoy another Aper’eau event next to the river from 5pm.
A little way along the river, summer bar Bocadero opens for the summer season at Waagnatie from midday.
Amorika host an evening of Greek music at ‘T Werkhuys (8pm) for just 5 euros (pic right, courtest of Amorika).
Cross the river for an Evening Market on Frederik Van Eedenplein from 3pm to 9pm.
Sinksenfoor (funfair) opens today in Park Spoor Oost at 2pm. Sinksenfoor is on an ongoing summer attraction, open until 24th June.
The regular second hand book market on de Coninckplein has a musical dimension this month, as it will be accompanied by a piano marathon.
For more general bargain hunters, this Rommelmarkt, free from 10am -6pm at Skate Planet.
There are Pentecost services at OLV Cathedral.
Friday will be cool/ mild (16 degrees) The weekend should be mostly dry, with temperatures warming up on Saturday (20-21 degrees, cloudy with sunny patches) when there could be a light shower. Sunnier on Sunday.
I am proud to share this post I wrote about Antwerp for Discovering Belgium blog.
Monday is Pentecost Monday (aka Whit Monday). It’s a public holiday so most shops will be closed. Warm sunshine expected! How about this bike market on Dageraadplaats instead? Goegekregen are also holding one of their secondhand markets on Theaterplein from 9am.
Also on Monday a guest post here on Nessascityblog, from the lovely Nonnative Blog
Keep an eye on the ZVA website for the release of the Antwerp summer programme on the 22nd May (Tuesday). Tickets for events will be available from 2nd June.
I’m pleased to share this blog post: Three Great Spots For When The Sun Is Shining which was published recently on the Stad Antwerpen website and optimistically describes three places in the city you might want to check out if the weather holds out …
Open- air swimming pool De Molen is now open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from midday until 6pm.
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