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Peeking at the Neighbours in Utrecht

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

What is Peeking at the Neighbours?

Gluren bij de buren is a living room festival that takes place in all areas of Utrecht. The carpet is the stage; the sofa is the stand. One act  plays up to three times for half an hour in each living room. Because of the special walking routes you can attend a maximum of seven performances as a visitor. Peeking at the Neighbours makes the neighbourhoods of Utrecht feel cozier and gives local acts a stage.

Peeking at the Neighbours takes place throughout Utrecht on Sunday 10 February 2019. Between 12:00 and 17:00 they will programme three performances by an artist in each living room. Each performance lasts a maximum of 30 minutes.

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Is Peeking at the Neighbours free to visit?


The power of Peeking at the Neighbours is the low budget. We therefore do not ask for an entrance fee. However, a voluntary contribution is requested at the end of each performance. So take care of your small change! Your contribution is the start up budget for Peeking at the Neighbours Utrecht 2020 and makes a new edition of the festival possible.

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Jon Wilkins
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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