Dag van de Dans

Dag van de Dans (Day of Dance) allows a very wide audience to get a taste of (contemporary) dance. The annual event takes place throughout Brussels and Flanders in spring. Hundreds of companies, theatres, cinemas and museums compose an original programme and take over several stages, squares and streets.

During the first edition in 2016, Peeping Tom showed a fragment of Vader on the main square in Molenbeek for the festival Molendance. Locals and children gathered in the heart of the borough, joined by dance performed in open air.

In 2017, Peeping Tom, in collaboration with KVS, organised a special screening of the first trilogy Le jardinLe SalonLe Sous Sol. The films were projected in Café Tropicana and an adjoining abandoned launderette in Brussels, next to the KVS Theatre, with the support of Vrienden van Brussel, the cultural organisation that manages the bar and its events.

The third edition of Dag van de Dans is scheduled for April, 28th 2018.

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