Category: Art & Culture

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Suzanne van Leendert Utrecht Award Winner

Suzanne van Leendert is an award-winning documentary maker, a writer and an English interpreter. As a documentary maker she has worked as an executive producer and researcher for many award-winning documentaries. She also specialized...

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We Are Public in Utrecht

I got an interesting email from We Are Public in Utrecht We Are Public is a cultural group where for 17 euros a month you have membership which means unlimited access to the best...

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New Years Dip in Utrecht

Well, despite the weather, it was a wonderful Sunday for Utrecht as they celebrated the New Year with their traditional New Years Dip. They sent a video of some of the highlights to us:...

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 Ingmar Heytze Utrecht Poet

Ingmar Heytze  is a poet, writer, columnist, performer and presenter. His twelfth collection of poems: Ik wilde je iets moois vertellen (I wanted to tell you something beautiful), appeared in October 2018. As a...

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Nieuwjaarsduik in Utrecht

Just a reminder to take a dip in the Nieuwjaarsduik cultural offer of Utrecht today and enjoy a versatile program at 44 different locations. STORE OF SINKEL All day long there is plenty to...

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Jacolien de Jong Utrecht artist

To be given the chance to display some more of Jacolien’s exquisite art work is a chance not to be missed, so here you are, brightening up a damp Utrecht day. Check out her...

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Spain comes to Utrecht

Well here’s a thing! We are of course a highly popular, highly addictive English language web site, but we reach out to all nationalities. We have been featuring our friends from other communities as...

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Liselotte shows her love for Utrecht

As promised last year, we have the chance to showcase the talents of photographer Liselotte whose work I have known and admired for some time. I will let her introduce herself: I’m Liselotte, Dutch...

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Marjolijn van Heemstra Utrecht Writer

Marjolijn van Heemstra is a writer, poet and theatre maker. Her latest novel ‘En we noemen hem’ (And We Call It) was translated into seven countries and won several prizes. In her work, Van...

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Utrecht inspires Mark Boog

We have been lucky enough to get an interview with Mark Boog. His new book “Café De Waarheid” is set in Utrecht and though not yet available to English speakers seems an incredibly imaginative...