Time Out says
Posted: Thu Mar 21 2013
The Belgian cultural centre has been a part of the Parisian scene since 1979, with an eclectic programme of fine arts, live shows, film screenings, conferences and more. More often showing contemporary artists like the draughtsman Roland Breucker or the photographer Sophie Langohr, it sometimes also shows distinguished names (Evelyne Axell, Antoine Mortier). There are two annual dance festivals it’s worth keeping an eye out for: ‘On y Danse’ in February, and ‘Théatre et Compagnies’ in October. There are also five themes film festivals a year – all great ways of filling the enormous 1000 square metre space.
Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles 127 rue Saint-Martin