Welcome to the weekend! Taste wines and cheeses, party like the 2000s, see a silent play or one in Luxembourgish, or watch a Hindi action thriller.

1. Wine and paint night

What: All levels welcome!
TippTopp, 3 Rue Jean Origer, 2269 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 3 February between 6.30-9.30pm - info & tickets here

Paint a canvas while enjoying a glass of wine and get to know creative minds at the TippTopp Wine & Paint Night. Taking place between 6.30-9.30pm on Friday, participants can make use of all the painting materials available. There is wine and non-alcoholic alternatives, as well as some snacks for concentration. Come with friends, your partner or alone - everyone is welcome, including all levels (very beginner-friendly!).

PS: Check out all their kids activities as well! They have a packed agenda.


2. Party like the 2000s

What: Hey Ya!
Den Atelier, 54 Rue de Hollerich, 1740 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 4 February at 10pm - info & tickets

Oops! Den Atelier did it again…after several months of waiting, the biggest 2000s party is back in town! Get ready for a hellofalotta fun, so time to sing along to Beautiful Day, Family Affair, 99 Problems, Mr. Brightside, Pokerface, Umbrella, In Da Club, Hips Don't Lie and Bye Bye Bye...it's gonna be a good one (minimum age is 21). Get in the mood with this playlist!

3. See captain's play in Luxembourgish

What: Arrrr!
Trifolion, 2 Prte St Willibrord, 6486 Echternach - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 5 February at 3pm - info & tickets

Accompany Captain Mulletbutz and his sweetwater sailors on his adventures back to the port of Luxembourg. Pirates and other dangers...this legend has seen it all. Get involved in the dances and songs, this will be great fun for the kids who understand a little Luxembourgish.

4. Taste cheese and local wines

What: Wine Cheese Enjoy
Where: Various locations, see list of participants below
When: Saturday, 4 February and Sunday, 5 February - more info here

This is Luxembourg, so not surprising there are two wine-related events in one week. The Moselle tourism department is bringing together winemakers from the region to present a cheese and wine evening. Whether it's fondue, raclette or a cheese platter, our winegrowers and restaurateurs in the area are delighted to present a combination of excellent Luxembourg wine products and all kinds of cheese specialties.

5. Watch Pathaan

What: Box office record
Where: Kinepolis, 45 Av. John F. Kennedy, 1855 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Various times, see programme here

This Indian action thriller looks quite something. It broke box office records for a Hindi film, and was the first film globally in the language to gross €13 million on its first day. Follow super agent Pathaan who must take down a agent-turned-traitor planning to spread a deadly lab-generated virus across India. This screening at Kinepolis is with English subtitles.

6. Listen to free Friday lunch concerts

What: Weekly classical music
Protestant Church, 5 Rue de la Congrégation, 1352 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 3 February between 12.30-1.30pm - more info here

The Concerts de midi have been held since 1983 as part of a long tradition of free concerts put on by the City. The lunch concerts were introduced to provide classical music enthusiasts with a chance to enjoy a midday musical interlude at different venues across Luxembourg City. The stirring, soothing or atypical compositions are sure to enchant music lovers seeking a diverse musical programme. This Friday's concert is performed by AD LIBITUM, a baroque ensemble.


7. See object theatre at Rotondes

What: Fabula Rasa
Where: Rotondes, 3 Place des Rotondes, 2448 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 4 February and Sunday, 5 February, times vary - info & tickets here

With the help of paper boats, this silent story in the form of object theatre tells the tale of a fisherman who goes to sea one morning but does not return. His wife sets out to find him. It is the start of a perilous ocean crossing. Adapted from the comic strip by Grégory Panaccione and Wilfrid Lupano, the story talks of love and routine, the passage of time, loneliness, pollution, consumption, stormy weather and small thoughts that become big ideas.

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