Welcome to the weekend! Another diverse blend of options for you to enjoy, from live music to cinema and hiking.

1. Experience Love, Death and Polar Bears

What: Immersive One-Woman show featuring Catherine Elsen
Where: rue du Marché 24, L-8252 MAMER
When: 8pm Friday 28 August  -  Sunday 30 August - tickets & info here

Drowning polar bears, alternative facts and global politics make us hold our breath. We are shooting towards the apocalypse but still want to be seen, liked and accepted by others. So busy with ourselves, can we devote as much empathy to the world as it asks for?

© Catherine Elsen

2. Get your boots on

What: Girls try outs for Football
Where: 181 route de Mondorf, L 3260 - BETTEMBOURG
When: Friday 28, 5.30pm

© Pexels

Bettembourg football team are offering try outs for hopeful footballers. Girls aged 8-14 encouraged to take part. Remember, due to COVID restrictions there is no access to the changing rooms.

More info here

3. Enjoy some fine tunes with Bartleby Delicate

What: One of Luxembourg's very best singer/songwriters hosts an intimate show
Where: Neimënster 28 rue Münster,
L-2160 LUXEMBOURG
When:
 Friday 28 August, 6.30pm - 9pm

© Visit Luxembourg

Bartleby Delicate's FB Bio is perhaps a little thin on the ground...."Bartleby Delicate plays music with instruments" yet Georges is wonderful craftsman blending pop and folk into a beguiling blend. This show should be just what you need for the weekend.

More info here

4. Go singing in the rain, but indoors

What: All time classic gets a screening in Lux's classic filmhouse
Where:  Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg
17 PLACE DU THEATRE - L-2613 LUXEMBOURG 
When:  8.30 pm ,Friday 28 August

They really do not make 'em like this anymore. Strap in for a run through one of the best known and well-loved features of all time.

5. Be a 'live' exhibit

What: Part of Sophie Jung's monographic exhibition They Might Stay the Night 6-12 years
Where: Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain: 41 rue Notre-Dame, L-39011
When:  3pm - 5pm daily

Children make Sophie Jung's sculptures "speak": record text in voice-over on the images filmed in the artist's exhibition on the first floor of Casino Luxembourg.

All these new children's audiovisual works will be shown at the end of the workshop.

Registrations for the workshop: klik@casino-luxembourg.lu / (+352) 22 50 45

6. Study the Grand Duchy's UNESCO sites

What: A visual history of Luxembourg and UNESCO
Where: Cercle Cité
Place d'Armes
L-1136 LUXEMBOURG 
When:  11am - 7pm, daily
The year 2020 is marked by the 25th anniversary of the inclusion of the city of Luxembourg in the UNESCO World Heritage Register.

In order to ensure the precious heritage is remembered both then AND now, the Photo Library of the City of Luxembourg has drawn from its old and recent photographic collections, which constitute its own archives.

The result is a visual tribute to the UNESCO World Heritage Area, revealing its changing appearance.

7. Get ready to pick up a bargain at the Braderie

What: Annual street market, though this year under different regulations
Where:  Lux City Centre
When:  Monday 31 August

Read more here

On Monday 31 August, the 91st edition of the Grande Braderie will take place in the capital.

As part of this event, around 200 merchants are offering their goods for sale on the sidewalks in the station district as well as in the streets of the pedestrian zone in the city centre.

Visit the official site here.

Don't forget to check out our Vakanz Doheem series right here.

And Luxembourg's Summer In The City continues through until September.

Is there an event you think we'd enjoy and like to share with our audience? Feel free to let us know through audience@rtltoday.lu and we may consider it for next week's agenda.