We Are Public is coming to Utrecht

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As we wrote a few weeks ago, We Are Public is coming to Utrecht! A great initiative for all culture lovers. Take a look at our header photo for some of the events you can visit.

Discover the best concerts, movies, performances and exhibitions in Utrecht for 17 euro’s a month!

Join We Are Public in Utrecht. You have 3 more days to become a member. We Are Public works very simply. With a fixed contribution of 17 euros per month you are already

member. This gives you free access every day to the best concerts, performances, films and exhibitions. We Are Public will only start with 1500 members, so join today.

What does your membership mean?

You get access to the best culture every day for 17 euros per month, not just in Utrecht, but also in other cities where We Are Public is active.

With your pass you can visit more than 50 programmes per month, in Utrecht alone. Hard to choose? Of course We Are Public helps you on your way.

They select the best programmes and tell you why shouldn’t miss it. From theatre, dance and music to film, opera, visual arts and literature.

Join now and you can immediately go to the selected offer at Theater Kikker, TivoliVredenburg or Louis Hartlooper Complex.

Come to the The Final Countdown at Kapitaal

On 23 February is the grand finale. Are we going to make it? Is it a party or is it a final sprint? Here everything comes together anyway.

So come and mobilize all your friends, colleagues, roommates, relatives and neighbors to come and join the last minute.

Why? We Are Public is at Kapitaal, the coolest analog print studio and occasional club.  We have music, we have dance. We have poetry and visual art. In short: we go all out and show you what We Are Public stands for. This is going to be a good party.

Join before 23 February and be one of the first 1500 members in Utrecht.

Click on the We Are Public link here for more information

Facebook page here.

 

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Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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