Dubbeldans is the worthy successor of Dubbelspel (with 30CC). Dubbeldans shows new work by well-known choreographers and also introduces new names that are conquering the international stages. Seven doubles combine productions for the big stage (30CC) with more intimate, smaller-scale performances (STUK). Most of the time the two productions come from the same company, but the link can also be a thematic one.
In Cry Jailolo seven young Indonesian dancers deliver a powerful messag
Under the wing of the company of Wim Vandekeybus, in 2015 Seppe Baeyens developed his first m
Which events have inspired communities to unite and look for new alternatives? Why do people turn to charismatic leaders? How much power do these people actually have? How much freedom can be found within a movement?
Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cello Suites are considered a milestone in Western music history. Their ingenious architecture, dancing rhythms and timeless beauty continue to speak to us today.
The brand new DANCE ON ENSEMBLE invites internationally renowned choreographers to get to grips with the experience, charisma and dramatic power of top dancers from the past.
Maybe it’s a cabaret of questions with no answers
Maybe it’s all about ‘you’
Maybe you should come alone
Maybe you’ll find your true love at the end
When the composer Gustav Mahler was diagnosed with a fatal heart disease he confided in a fri
As soon as the curtain is raised you are drawn into an uncertain world. Have we arrived at a funeral or a re-enactment of one in a recording studio? Who is the mother?
The Portuguese dancer Helder Seabra was a key figure in the recent works of Wim Vandekeybus and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.
In the theatrical dance performance Mockumentary of a contemporary saviour, Vandekeybus depicts a perceptive port
Last year Lisbeth Gruwez performed the highly acclaimed piece AH/HA, which was about laughter.
In Daniel Linehan’s new creation dbddbb five dancers step to the same rhythm while they recite sound poetry together.
In 2014 Lisi Estaràs substituted the then pregnant Ayelen Parolin, which formed the starting point for a project that combined their p
Rain (2001), one of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s most vibrant performances, set to Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich, is in many ways a continuation of the choreographic principles that were d
In 1999, Wim Vandekeybus’ repertoire received much acclaim for its intense physical and poetic quality. With In Spite of Wishing and Wanting he took the radical decision to work with an all-male cast. And successfully so. The performance is an international hit.
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Damien Jalet join forces with the visual artist Antony Gormley to create Babel(words), a dance performance that explores language and its relationship with nationhood, identity and religion.
In Only The Clouds Unchanged Philipp Blom gives a penetrating description of the turbulent years with which the 20th century began.
Magnificent, skillful and peaceful.
The performance is a remarkable and sublime meditative experience.
Maarten Van Cauwenberghe and Lisbeth Gruwez are the unshakable artist duo behind Voetvolk. The point of departure for this performance is intimidatingly simple. He plays vinyl records and she dances.
With The Song of the Life and Death of the Cornet, Christoph Rilke, Rainer Maria Rilke wrote a sensuous fever dream that inhabits the space between prose and poetry, song and story, man and woman, love and death.