Inside the graceful glassed-over Galeries St-Hubert, this art deco beauty concentrates on foreign and arthouse films. An authentic Brussels movie experience.
An unassuming but immensely popular little Ixelles venue, Sounds has concerts most nights, styles varying from modern to big band to salsa. The website has links to artists’ web pages. Cover charges vary and acts ty…
This intimate, split-level art-deco bar has been playing jazz since 1937. It’s an unusual two-tiered circular space that can get incredibly packed but remains convivial. You might need to ring the doorbell. Saturday…
Offers a diverse mix of contemporary music including rock, jazz, rap and disco. The café approximates to a free club late on weekend nights.
Happening little grunge bar in St-Géry featuring home-grown live blues, a range of beers and a selection of jenevers (gin-like drink). Located on a street of lively cafe-bars.
An appealing venue in an 1885 former station. There are also exhibitions, a multimedia jazz archive and practice rooms, where you can listen in on musicians honing their art.
Chez Maman features the capital’s most beloved transvestite show.
Last-minute discounted and half-price tickets for cinema, theatre and assorted shows.