BROEK was once again a festival worthy to kick-start the summer. For the third edition in a row, the sun was shining, the drinks were flowing and the beautiful Vrijbroek Park was filled with the most surprising and diverse performances. The renewed Bar BROEK, with its spacious terrace and pop-up stage, was a hit.
Would you like to know more about our new autumn programme? Then come to nona on Thursday 16 June at 19:30. We will tell you more about the performances and concerts you can expect in nona from September onwards. After this presentation, you can fire all your questions at us, while we sip a fin de saison drink together!
De Zomer is van Mechelen starts again with BROEK: on 10, 11 and 12 June, arts center nona is organising the third edition of this open-air festival in the Provincial Domain Vrijbroek Park. After two summers without being able to go full steam ahead, this festival will be one of the first where the public can once again fully enjoy circus, dance, music and theatre. Discover the full program!
Due to health reasons we are forced to cancel the performance 'Zäsur' by Elisabeth Borgermans on Friday April 22nd. Unfortunately, this means that the entire second EVE evening (and therefore also the performance 'Gabriel' by KInga Jaczewska) will be cancelled.
Those who have bought tickets will be contacted by us soon.
Last year nona published an open call to select the curator of the tenth edition of the Contour Biennale. We received more than 150 proposals! For the artistic committee and ourselves, Auguste Orts' proposal immediately stood out thanks to its open, inclusive and festive character. But who is and what does Auguste Orts?
Arts center nona organizes in collaboration with Lunalia a festival within the festival: NOISENOISENOISE. Between May 3 and 7 you can come and see different concerts in nona and on April 27 the exhibition NOISENOISENOISE opens.
Two evenings, four solos, four women, four personal stories on the eve of the Day of the Dance.
The Day of Dance in Flanders and Brussels takes place every year on the Saturday before International Dance Day on April 29. Abroad, choreographers and dancers from our region receive much praise and appreciation. Brussels in particular, and by extension Flanders, has grown into a major pole of attraction in the international dance landscape. In our own country, however, the distribution and visibility could be much better.
The Day of the Dance is an invitation to the general public to get to know the world of contemporary dance, in order to make this art form better known and better loved.