Welcome to the weekend! Visit the vegan Christmas market, dance hip hop, enjoy African singer-songwriter music, see a British play or be a VR astronaut!

1. Visit vegan Christmas market

What: Treats, crafts and more
Where: Centre Culturel de Bonnevoie - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 2 December between 11am-9pm - more info here

The Vegan Society Luxembourg invites you to their beloved annual Christmas market this Saturday. Find plant-based treats, live music, a tombola, a photo booth, kids activities and information stands from regional producers. Happy taste buds guaranteed!


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2. Join fun Saturday morning hip hop workshop

What: Great moves
Where: Trifolion, 2 Prte St Willibrord, 6486 Echternach - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 2 December at 10am - more info here

Dive into the world of hip hop (and the various moves like Mime, Bboying, Popping) at this fun 1h30 workshop with pro dancers. No prior experience is required and all ages are welcome!

3. See British play

What: Funny and mature feminist play
Where: Cultural Centre, 1 Rue St Joseph, 1838 Cessange - Google maps
When: Between Thursday, 30 November at Sunday, 2 December at 7.30pm, 3 December at 3.30pm - more info here

This week the New World Theatre Club will stage Oliver Lansley's play "Immaculate" at the Cultural Centre Cessange. The play follows Mia's bafflement after a pregnancy test, with the story humorously weaving through the mystery of conception, involving Archangels Gabriel and Lucifer, as well as Mia's friends and ex. Directed by Clare Williams, a drama teacher at St. George's, the play, likened to "Fleabag" and "Le Prénom," blends British comedy with a diverse cast. Reserve your tickets by emailing tickets@nwtc.lu.


4. Hear Fatoumata Diawara's unique music

What: Singer-songwriter from Mali
Where: Den Atelier, 54 Rue de Hollerich, 1740 Gare - Google maps
When: Thursday, 30 November at 8.30pm - info & tickets

Fatoumata Diawara is a singer-songwriter from Mali who weaves traditional music elements with modern grooves, resulting in an exciting blend of afropop and afrofolk. Her guitar playing and singing techniques are unique, and she's become one of Africa's leading female vocalists and performers. Her CV is full of incredible collaborations, including Herbie Hancock, Roberto Fonseca, Lauryn Hill and more.

5. Watch The Adventures of Tintin

What: Animation film
Where: Cinematheque, 17 Pl. du Théâtre, 2613 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 2 December at 4pm - more info here

We all know the classic comic books, but there are some great animation movies too, including this 2011 one. Tintin, a young reporter, buys the model of a ship and is intrigued when his dog shows him a scroll after the toy breaks. He tells Captain Haddock and they embark on an adventure to find a shipwreck.

6. Immerself yourself into VR astronaut training

What: Workshop
Where: National Museum of Natural History, 25 Rue Münster, 2160 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 2 December and Sunday, 3 December at 2.30pm - info & tickets

Immerse yourself in a wicked-sounding immersive VR astronaut training simulation. Face high-stakes rescue scenarios on Mars and be tasked with urgently repairing an oxygen leak. Become a hero!


7. Hit Melusina's 2000s party

What: Biggest pop & rock hits
Where: Melusina, 145 Rue de la Tour Jacob, 1831 Grund - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 2 December at 10pm - more info here

Melusina is exclusively spinning tunes released between the years 2000 and 2009 at their party this Saturday. We're thinking Poker Face, Hey Ya!, Crazy In Love, Since U Been Gone, SexyBack, Sex On Fire, I Gotta Feeling and more...


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