"Bruxelles sur Scènes", the festival of the Brussels café-theatres, returns for a new edition this autumn.

Throughout November, 13 exceptional venues will offer some 100 shows and performances allowing the public to discover these often lesser-known local cultural centres. Every aspect of performing arts will be in the spotlight, from stand-up and jazz to theatre and song. "Bruxelles sur Scènes" makes its great return.

This fully accessible festival allows the public to spend a month, from 1 to 30 November, discovering the local culture that brings the capital and its quarters to life. Thirteen café-theatres participate in the sixth edition of the festival, offering many original shows.

Following its success, the formula remains the same: each venue provides its usual programme, enhanced for the occasion to reach a new audience. The programme is rich in shows that combine music, humour, theatre and more, all accompanied by a drink or a meal, in friendly, intimate venues.

The French Community Commission (COCOF) and the Brussels tourist agency visit.brussels join forces for the first time to offer the public a pass for €20. Pass-holders (available to purchase at www.bruxellessurscenes.be, the BIP or in participating locations) will be able to enjoy no less than 13 shows (one per participating café-theatre) from the calendar.

For more information: www.bruxellessurscenes.be

Participating café-theatres: Atelier Marcel Hastir, Café de la Rue, Côté Village, Jazz Station, Le Fou Rire, Le Jardin de ma Sœur, Les Lundis d'Hortense, L'Os à Moelle, Le Petit Chapeau Rond Rouge, Le Rayon Vert, Au B’Izou and The Music Village and Zoart.

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