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.
Summer of Antwerp
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.
Last Sunday of the month, from May to September, 12:00 to 17:00. Thirteenth edition of this lively and popular painters’ market on the Leopold De Waelplaats. Hundreds of participants, musical performances and a cozy bar.
Summer Opening of the Royal Palace, Brusssels
July 22nd to September 3rd, 10.30 am to 4.30 pm, except Mondays
While the royal family is on holiday, the Brussels palace is open to the public. Entrance free. For more info, see www.monarchie.be.
11-15 August, 10 am-10 pm
International plant and flower event on the Grande Place in Brussels. More info at www.flowertime.brussels.
August 15th, Grote Markt
An annual market with traders dressed in 16th century costume.
This annual food and drink festival is once again in the town centre. Music and animation on the Grote Markt.
27th August, Grote Markt and Groenplaats, 11 am to 6 pm.
A chance to find out what is happening on the cultural scene all over Flanders.
Three days of fashion and fun during the sixth edition of this annual festival. Special offers, fashion shows, pop-up bars, late-night shopping … More info at antwerpfashionfestival.com.
Grote Markt, 10th September, 11 am to 6 pm.
A “lifestyle” market: handmade jewellery, accessories, fashion, art, food and drink.
Warehouse Studio Theatre, rue Waelhem 69a, Schaerbeek, Brussels, 19-23 and 27-30 September.
Shakespeare’s tragedy brought to you by the Brussels Shakespeare Society. Tickets €16. More info at thelittleboxoffice.com.
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.