Welcome to the weekend! See English comedy, play family board games, hear baroque or classical music, forage mushrooms or attend one of three fairs!
1. Play board & video games at Rotondes
Rotondes is a true playground for all generations this weekend, as visitors can play board games, video games, participate in workshops or purchase their new favourite jeux! There are also puzzles and wooden games for children, as well as a family pub quiz.
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2. Hear baroque, jazz and classical music in Vianden
Vianden will turn into a town of musical diversity across three days, offering concerts across the styles of baroque, jazz, classical and contemporary. Shows take place at the castle and the town's old cinema, and the programme is wonderfully curated - it'll be a romantic few days here for sure!
3. Learn about foraging mushrooms
Hm, mushrooms! They're everywhere, but how do you tell between good and bad ones? In this practical workshop, your guide will take you through the different types of mushrooms. Then, you'll enter the forest and look for the types, before finishing off the day by cooking a mushroom soup together (7 hours in total). Sign up in advance required.
4. See mineral expo, wedding fair or antiquities
Three events running in parallel at LuxExpo this weekend! If you're into minerals and precious rocks, then that's your gem. If you prefer checking wedding dresses and wedding companies, that's the perfect match. Or, if you're into old furniture and collectables, you'll chair-ish this weekend. Off you go!
5. Watch Killers of the Flower Moon
This new Scorcese western crime drama tells the story of how Mollie Burkhart, a member of the Osage Nation, tries to save her community from a spree of murders fuelled by oil and greed.
6. Go Halloween ice skating
Celebrate a late Halloween weekend with a night skate on the Patinoire Kockelscheuer! Put on your best costume and get ready to groove to the most scary beats of the house DJ.
7. See English stand-up comedy
Luxembourgish comedians Conny Gengler and Scott Reuter are hosting their stand-up show "White Men Can't Hump" at Carlitos' Comedy Club this Saturday. The two comedians have a different approach, as Conny is sometimes cynical, sometimes absurd and never afraid of self-deprecation. Meanwhile Scott creates a unique comedy experience by telling a story using only one liners. Don't miss a great night out with these two!
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