Get ready for the end of another work week with a fresh selection of interesting Luxembourg events. Save it so you don't lose it.
Alexandra Wood's psychological play will tell the story of a woman who is caught in the trap of doubt and her journey to freedom. The play will run most of January, with the closest performances on the 13th and 14th at 8 p.m. Ticket prices are up to 20 euros.
Adress: Théâtre ouvert Luxembourg (TOL), route de Thionville, L-2611 LUXEMBOURG
Another play that will make you think about the philosophical question, "What will be left of us when our memories are gone?". This is a story performed by four actors using a minimal set of stage props, but that makes it look even stronger. Performances will take place from Friday through Sunday. Ticket prices are up to 20 euros.
Adress: Théâtre des Capucins, Place du Theatre, L-2613 LUXEMBOURG
Have you ever wondered how books and prints were made in ancient times? With the Mudam Museum, the opportunity is there. Take part in master classes on the technique of printmaking starting on Sunday, January 15. Tickets cost 110 euros. It includes a cycle of 8 classes.
Adress: Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, 3 Park Dräi Eechelen, L-1499 LUXEMBOURG
Jörg Döring — is a German artist who began his work in the 1980s. You can easily recognize movie and music stars, famous superheroes, and other celebrities in his paintings. The author's pop art is inspired by Andy Warhol and may be seen from January 14, Saturday, to February 18. Free admission.
Adress: Galerie Schortgen, 1 RUE BEAUMONT 24, L-1219 LUXEMBOURG
The theater week will be rounded off with a performance of French classics of the 19th century.
The story of people forced to fight injustice and inequality in society is familiar to many people. As a result, a novel of this kind is always relevant. The play will be performed from January 13 to 15. The ticket price is up to 20 euros.
Address: Théâtre National du Luxembourg (TNL), 194 ROUTE DE LONGWY, L-1940 LUXEMBOURG