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The municipality will begin replacing unsafe poplars. About 2,200 poplars in the city are in poor condition. That is dangerous and therefore they are being cut down and replaced. The first logging permits have been requested for poplars in the boroughs Escamp, Scheveningen and Loosduinen. See more information here
On the 13th of June will be the Archipel Ondernemers Club ( AWOC) the ever-popular Haringparty for all entrepreneurs in the Archipel. You are most welcome from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the place behind Apotheek Nauta on Bankastraat.
The buddies are offered by the Fish Shop of the Archipel, also known as Restaurant ZOT – ZeeOpTafel. You can pay for the drinks later on.
We look forward to seeing you!
This herring party is the last activity of the season for the Archipel Ondernemers Club. We wish you a good summer and look forward to seeing you again at our activities and drinks in the fall. We will keep you informed!
Archipel Ondernemers Club
Talented choreographers, dancers and actors will present a solo or monologue in ‘Solo’s @The Sea’. The Hague-based dance company De Dutch Don’t Dance Division (DeDDDD) is organising another edition of this mini festival at beach pavilion De Fuut from 1 to 31 May.
A dancer or actor must have a strong personality in order to perform a good solo. A performance on the beach means there is no backdrop apart from the ever changing view of the sea, sky and dunes.
The concept behind ‘Solo’s @The Sea’ was initiated by artistic leaders Thom Stuart and Rinus Sprong for the first time in 2008. It is now part of the annual programme of De Dutch Don’t Dance Division. Every solo piece is specially created for this location.
The audience will enjoy an ever-changing and intimate programme during a 3-course dinner. Thanks to the relaxed atmosphere at beach pavilion De Fuut, it will be a very ‘light’ performance. A bit of Dutch may be spoken.
‘Solo’s @The Sea’ will be performed by De Dutch Don’t Dance Division from Wednesday, 1 May to Friday, 31 May at beach pavilion De Fuut on the Zuiderstrand (Strandslag 10) in The Hague. Take Tram 12 to the Markenseplein stop.
The evening starts at 18.30 hrs. Tickets cost € 42.50 including a 3-course dinner and can be reserved in advance by sending an email to email@example.com.
More information about the beach restaurant at www.defuut.nl
Tuesday, 21 May – Volunteer The Hague invites you to the
where local Dutch and local internationals will connect and rediscover what unites them.
B-Unlimited will organise an interview with the Canadian writer and biographer Rosemary Sullivan in The Hague Public Library on Wednesday, 22 May. Sullivan will talk about ‘Stalin’s Daughter’, her award-winning biography.
Rosemary Sullivan is a celebrated poet and biographer. Her biography Stalin’s Daughter: The Extraordinary and Tumultuous Life of Svetlana Alliluyeva has been published in 23 countries, received acclaim and won a number of awards. She has written 14 books, including the international bestseller Villa Air-Bel: World War II, Escape, and a House in Marseille.
Sullivan was able to gain access to the archives of the KGB, CIA and the Soviet government and worked on the biography together with Svetlana, the daughter of the ruthless Russian dictator.
Sullivan will be interviewed by Russian history and literature expert Michel Krielaars. He is also head of the books section of the NRC Handelsblad newspaper.
This program is in English.
The B-Limited programme will take place from 20.30 to 22.00 hrs. on Wednesday, 22 May in Studio B in the Central Library (Spui 68) in The Hague.
The programme is free for students and high school students; € 7.00 for members of The Hague Public Library and holders of the Ooievaarspas and CJP. Otherwise the price is € 10.00 per person. Tickets can be purchased through the website of Eventbrite.
More information can be found at www.b-unlimited.nl.
6 mei 2019
On April 26th the annual “ribbon rain” took place again. The Royal Honors were presented by Mayor Paulien Krikke in the Diligentia theater and I was allowed to be present as an applicant for one of the ribbons.
No fewer than 25 city-dwellers were eligible and 9 became Knights in the Order of Orange-Nassau. I listened with admiration to our mayor. She not only had a personal word for everyone (although put on paper by her staff) and an amical “hug” with the photo, but she also managed every time, without faltering , to pronounce the following sentence: “It is my honor and great pleasure to report that His Majesty the King is pleased for you to be a Member / Knight in the Order of Orange Nassau.” And repeated about 35 times!
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Artists from 9 to 79 years old perform during the first one at Open Podium.
Sunday, May 26th, St. Barbara Cemetery opens its chapel for talent of all ages. The registrations have come in. Danique, participant of The Voice Kids, will sing, nine-year-old Luna will perform with her violin and city poet Pol van der Laan has signed up. The performances will take place between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. in the Binckhorst and are organized as part of the national Weekend of the Cemetery.
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Rixt van der Kooij lives in the neighborhood and hopes that more neighbors can come to the concert.
The performers are the soprano Wendeline van Houten, the bass baritone Sven Weyens and the pianist Rixt van der Kooij. The concert takes place at 8.15 pm in the Pulchri Studio, Lange Voorhout 15 in The Hague. Tickets are € 15.00 and are available at the venue. Reservations are advisable and can be made via firstname.lastname@example.org. More information: www.kamerbreedklassiek.nl
For more information: PERSBERICHT (pdf).
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