September 14&16, ...de leschten dag an e stéck vun der nuecht, Cube 521
Under the direction of Luxembourg artists Sylvia Camarda and Serge Tonnar a group of local youngsters have put together an expressive dance piece, giving teenagers from all backgrounds the ability to take part in a professional artistic project. Tickets have been selling fast. Please check with Cube 521 for available seats.
September 14, Bridget Jones's Diary, Cinémathèque, 8.30pm
Ditzy Bridget is back with her infamous diary full of shagging, chocolate and giant knickers. Now a firm classic of the romcom genre, the Cinémathèque shows the flick starring Renée Zellwegger, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant as part of its Movies Prefer Blondes series.
September 14&15, Summer in the City Closing Acts
With temperatures cooling down, summer is coming to an end, and so is Luxembourg City's Summer in the City programme. Going out with a bang, organisers have put together two days of concerts on Friday and Saturday, culminating in closing act Lura from Cape Verde. For the full schedule visit summerinthecity.lu
September 15, Rives de Clausen Style Night, from 7.30pm
The Rives de Clausen is celebrating its fourth anniversary with a big party. From live bands, including The Gambling Badgers and Eternal Tango, to DJ sets and a fashion show live-stream, the Mercedes Benz Style Night offers a full programme lasting into the early hours of Sunday. Shuttle buses are available from the Glacis.
September 14&15, KanuRaft Guided Tours, Lac de la Haute-Sûre Insenborn, 2pm & 4.15pm
Discover the Haute-Sûre region by canoe, on a two hour tour paddling across the lake in the north of Luxembourg. Reservation are obligatory and can be made by calling +352 691 430 628. The price is 15 euros per person. Participants are required to know how to swim and have to be at least 12 years old.
September 14-16, Treasures of the Philately, LuxExpo
Stamp collectors and connoisseurs will be able to find some true gems at LuxExpo this weekend. Several stamps, including one of the rarest stamps in the world, the “Blue Mauritius” from the Queen's stamp collection, will be on display. The exhibition marks the 160th anniversary of the first Luxembourg stamps being issued.
September 15&16, Histoire vivante au M3E, Dräi Eechelen
Some 100 performers will gather at the Dräi Eechelen museum this weekend for a live reenactment of life in the times of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Everyday life as well as military camps and more will come back to life at the fortress museum, with troupes from around Europe taking part in the spectacle.
September 16, Panda Fest, Natur Musée, from 10am
The Panda Club is celebrating 30 years with a special day of activities for children and families at the natural history museum and the Abbaye de Neumünster. The museum is hosting an open day, and there are workshops, games and other more awaiting the youngsters. For more information visit panda-club.lu
Ongoing until October 20, Photomeetings
The eights edition of the Photomeetings has arrived in Luxembourg. With photography workshops, talks and exhibitions, the month-long photography festival will showcase up-and-coming talent of the genre, as well as the works of artists who host the workshops and more. For all the info visit photomeetings.lu
September 14-16, Oeko Foire & Italia Dimensione 2000, LuxExpo
LuxExpo is hosting two foires this weekend, with the Oeko Foire and the Italia Dimensione. Visitors can find out all they need to know about a more sustainable lifestyle, from mobility to fair trade cooking and low energy housing at the Oeko Foire. Meanwhile, next door the Italia Dimensione offers Italian tourism, cuisine and more “Made in Italy”.
September 15, Discover Luxembourg, from 1pm
Discover Luxembourg City on Saturday on a treasure hunt around the capital. Along several stations teams have to answer questions, show their strength and more, collecting points along the way. The winning team will receive a prize at the after-party. Teams can register with the Luxembourg City Tourist Office on the day, as well as in advance. For more information visit discover-lux.lu
September 15, Freedom Not Fear, from Luxembourg Gare, 2pm
The Freedom Not Fear organisation is hosting its annual demonstration to protest the surveillance of citizens. The Europe-wide initiative aims to fight the increasing surveillance and demands a review of current surveillance methods as well as a strengthening of basic rights. The march kicks off at 2pm at the central train station and will progress to the Place Claire Fontaine in the city centre.
September 15, Nuit des Lampions, Jardins de Wiltz, from 7pm
The Wiltz gardens will be illuminated this Saturday night with lanterns of all shapes and sizes created especially for this event. British artist Bryan Tweedle will also show some of his extraordinary lanterns for a truly magical night.