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  • Nora Kehli

Unmissable February & March Happenings

Event tips from Luxembourg's cultural landscape for February and March: from concerts at the Kufa and films at the Rotondes to guided tours of the Lëtzebuerg City Museum and Villa Vauban.

Anyone who feels attracted by musical styles such as anatolian funk, tajine synthwave or oriental synthpunk needs to go to the Kufa at the beginning of February. The Istanbul trio Lalalar, the Algerian-Lebanese DJ duo Kabylie Minogue from France and the Algerian musician Tune Zitoune, also from France, will be performing there. As different as the acts sound, they all draw on samples from Turkish and Arabic folk music, among other things, in their music. The result is wonderful sounds that invite you to dance.

Admission: 22,00 €

Friday, February 02, 2024, Kufa, 8:00 p.m.

© Lalalar

Once or twice a month, on Tuesdays, the Cité Bibliothèque offers writers the opportunity to present their books and read from their works. On the first Tuesday of this month, journalist and critic Didier Boudet will present his book Quand le jazz s'engage, musique et droits civiques. In it, the author shows the links between jazz music and civil rights movements and demonstrates the transformative potential of music.

Free admission

Tuesday, February 06, 2024, Cité Bibliothèque, 6:30 p.m.

Your favorite queer-feminist tattoo studio is back with another creativity-driven workshop for anyone who has wanted to ever make their own zine. Inspired by the theme of DREAMS, anyone who decides to sign themselves up can create their own artistic interpretation of a zine, through techniques such as, drawing, writing, collages, and anything other creative expression you decide to come up with.

Admission: 30                            

Sunday, February 11, 2024, Studio Scuro, 2:00 pm

© Studio Scuro

The Lëtzebuerg City Museum has come up with something very special as part of its "All you can eat" exhibition: After a thirty-minute guided tour through selected areas of the exhibition, visitors are invited to take part in an interactive workshop. Based on the findings from the exhibition, the topics of table art, food waste and conscious nutrition are discussed and viewed from a multicultural perspective.

Free admission                             

Thursday, February 08, 2024, Lëtzebuerg City Museum, 5:30 pm

In February, the crème de la crème of the regional poetry slam scene will meet at the Kulturhaus Niederanven. Two free places are also reserved for local slammers. The evening will be hosted by none other than the accomplished poetry slammer and artist Bob Reinert. Together they will put on an exuberant show full of wit and creativity.

Admission: 15 € (reduced: 10 €)

Friday, February 23, 2024, Kulturhaus Niederanven, 7:30 p.m.

© Stefanie Rohner

The new year also marks the start of a new season at the Université Populaire du Cinéma. The main theme of the 14th season is "Beyond good and evil". In a total of seven lectures, cinema will be put to the moral test at the Cinémathèque. In February, George Cukor's film Gaslight (1944) by Hugo Clémont will be put under the microscope. In this psychological thriller, a man tries to drive his young wife mad with mind games. The term 'gaslighting', which describes a form of psychological violence, goes back to this film.

Admission: 08,50 €

Monday, February 26, 2024, Cinémathèque, 7:00 p.m.


On the 8th of March every year, the JIF collective will organize a feminist march. Stay tuned on the @jif_luxembourg instagram page to see them unveil the details of this unmissable demonstration.

Lesbian love stories are unfortunately still a rarity in cinema today. The queer-feminist film club Queer loox is counteracting this blind spot by showing the groundbreaking low-budget film Go Fish (1994) at the Rotondes. In her debut film, director Rose Troche portrays the everyday lives of several lesbian women in Chicago who openly discuss various topics ranging from female sexuality to ideas of femininity.

Free admission

Tuesday, February 27, 2024, Rotondes, 7:00 p.m.

© Go Fish / Rose Troche

In the guided tour series "Typical (fe)male? - Gender roles and identities in art", paintings from the Villa Vauban collection are examined with regard to themes such as gender roles and identities. It becomes clear how differently artists have dealt with these themes and how rapidly ideas about gender have changed since the 17th century. At the end of March, the tour will focus on the depiction of couples through the ages.

Free entry                                                               

Friday, March 22, 2024, Villa Vauban, 7:00 p.m.

The series "Wat ass Architektur? - Cinémarchitecture" at the Rotondes uses films to raise questions on various architectural topics. In March, the comedy Kitchen Stories (2003) will be shown: shocked by the fact that a housewife travels over 7000 kilometers a year just to do the housework, the Swedish Institute for Household Research commissions a group of scientific observers to investigate the kitchen routines of single men. In the process, some strange friendships develop between the test subjects and the observers.

Free admission

Wednesday, March 27, 2024, Rotondes, 7:00 p.m.

© Kitchen Stories / Bent Hamer

In collaboration with Mudam, the Design Friends association regularly organizes events on the topic of design. In March, there will be a lecture with the charming title "Fuck the conservative world!" about the Swedish creative agency Snask. The agency has made a name for itself with its outstanding work in branding, design and film by challenging the conservative order and striving for bold, daring and authentic design.

Free admission

Wednesday, March 27, 2024, Mudam, 6:30 p.m.

© Snask


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