Under the gilt and stucco of the Vaudeville Theater your imaginary journey through Brussels begins. This magical venue was a flower market in 1847; in 1851, it was converted into a music hall, before becoming a theatre in 1872.
Within these walls, you can hear the echoes of Victor Hugo and his supporters. Generations of Brussels residents have applauded Josephine Baker’s swinging style, Bourvil’s sweetness and Raymond Devos’ humour under this roof. Thanks to a major renovation project that reawakened the colourful glitz and glory of 1884, it is now open to welcome new audiences. There are plenty of events to choose from (cocktail parties, dinners, evening events etc.) and Tuesday nights are all about philosophy…
For information about the events, contact Chou de Bruxelles
+32 2 359 92 40 – www.chou.be
Les mardis de la philo
Galerie de la Reine, 13 – +32 2 537 20 11