Warehouse Studio Theatre, rue Waelhem 69A, Schaerbeek, Brussels, 10 June, 8 pm.
The Slovak Theatre in London presents a new play by Juliana Sersenova, taking a critical look at prostitution. Tickets €15. More info at theatreinbrussels.com.
Petit Varia Theatre, rue Gray 154, Ixelles, 19-24 June, 8 pm.
The Brussels Shakespeare Society presents an abridged version of the two parts of this historical play, focusing on the largely criminal activities of Henry’s son, Hal, and Falstaff’s gang of “lowlifes”. Tickets €16. More info at theatreinbrussels.com.
Umicore Zilverpaviljoen, Hanzestedenplaats 15, Antwerp, 12 May to 1 October, 10 am to 5 pm.
Our April speaker, Saskia Van Der Gucht, is taking part in this group exhibition. Admission free.
From 16 June to 3 September
An 11-week festival of theatre, music, circus, film and many more things besides. More details from www.zva.be. Tickets go on sale from 10 June.
Last Sunday of the month, from May to September, 12:00 to 17:00. Fourteenth edition of this lively and popular painters’ market on the Leopold De Waelplaats. Hundreds of participants, musical performances and a cosy bar.
Groenplaats, Antwerp, 23-25 June.
Sample more than 200 Belgian beers at the 18th edition of this festival. Live music. Entrance free. More info at bierpassieweekend.be.
Brussels, 5-8 July
For 4 days, the centre of Brussels steps back 500 years. Mediaeval activities and market on the Place du Grand Sablon and Parc Royal. Plus the traditional show on 5 and 7 July on the Grand Place at 8.45 pm. More info at www.ommegang.be.
You can find more information about what is going on in and around Antwerp, including exhibitions, concerts and much more, at www.visitantwerpen.be/en/see-do/events-exhibitions.