Art Climate Transition
Co-funded by the
Creative Europe Programme
of the European Union
Kaaitheater Brussels

Kaaitheater

Brussels

Belgium

Kaaitheater is a stage for dance, theatre, performance, music and debate, rooted in Brussels but with our sights set on the world.

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Our focus
  • #(un)learning
  • #sharing
  • #community
  • #decolonizing
  • #international

Kaaitheater is a stage for dance, theatre, performance, music and debate, rooted in Brussels but with our sights set on the world. Since 1977, we have presented and co-produced work by contemporary performing artists. From the eighties until the present, from local to international, from repertoire to experiment and from small to large venues: Kaaitheater fosters long-term commitment to the artists on its stages.

In the conviction that art is important to man’s well-being, we make a point of relating to society. In Brussels’ canal district, where we see all the world’s issues in a nutshell, artists imagine and model the city of the future.

Social and ecological topics are a prominent element in the Kaaitheater programme. We regularly invite thinkers to reflect upon these issues, present and co-produce works by artists who relate to climate change and the social and ecological crisis in their themes and practices.

“Don’t agonize, organize!” Florynce Rae Kennedy
Kaaitheater

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#collection europe take care
take care

By Arie Lengkeek

#incurable curious Just Don’t Do It
Just Don’t Do It

By Pieter van Bogaert

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#incurable curious #incurable curious
Kaaitheater BrusselsTheater Rotterdam Rotterdam
8 Apr 2020 - 30 Jun 2021

and then the doors opened again…

David Weber-Krebs | Collection Europe

The project brings together 75 visions by artists, scholars, curators and spectators, created in response to a question sent to them by David Weber-Krebs in the middle of the first wave of Covid-19 in Europe: What will happen on your first theatre visit after the lockdown? While being confined at home, David found himself thinking about the day when theatres would open their doors again. It somehow seemed impossible to picture this moment.

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