Hey, guys! As I said in my previous post, the Christmas markets have opened in Luxembourg on November 22nd. They’ll be open until December 24, in Place d’Armes, Place de la Constitution and Place de Paris, turning Luxembourg in a fun and colorful Christmas village. If you haven’t got the chance to visit them yet, I took some pictures, here’s what you can find: I’d like to make a suggestion, if you’ll allow me to: visit them during the week, when there’s much fewer people around compared to weekends. Let the Ho-ho-ho be with you!
Tuesday, November 22, Luxembourg has officially started the 2016 festive season, by lighting up the Christmas lights in Place Guillame and all the streets in the city centre. I couldn’t miss it, even if I had only 20 minutes or so to check them out. Well done, Luxembourg! Photos: Christmas markets will open on Wednesday, November 23. Party!
On Saturday night, I had the pleasure to attend a really nice live acoustic show by the young Josh Oudendijk, at Golden Bean Belval coffee shop (great place, by the way!), in Esch-sur-Alzette. He was joined on the “stage” by Sven Sauber, another good musician. These guys will probably get far in the music scene, I mean – just listen: And here are some photos from that night:
This Saturday we went to City Concorde, in Bertrange, to meet Saint Nicholas, who gave every child a bagful of sweets and surprises. I think every child in Luxembourg was there 🙂 And so, the winter holiday season has started:
This week, 16-20 November 2016, you can see the Harlem Hotel, a lovely play by Pirates Productions, at Gasperich Church Hall, in Luxembourg. The show is set in a New York hotel in the early ’70s, featuring a cast of colourful characters and classic jazz, funk, soul and pop numbers from that period. The evening will be staged in cabaret style – the action takes place not just in front of the audience, but also around it. The public is invited to take a seat in the restaurant, have a meal and/or drinks, while the show is happening on the stage, around …