The KVS – Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg (Royal Flemish Theatre) - this civic theatre was founded in 1887 under the patronage of the then mayor Karel Buls. It was the first Dutch-language theatre company in a Brussels that was predominantly French-speaking. This Brussels civic theatre now has three venues: De Bol is the restored auditorium of the theatre in Lakensestraat. De Top is a multipurpose room immediately below the glass roof of the theatre building, which can be used for debates, screening films and giving parties. De Box is a black box with removable tiered seating and is housed in the completely new building on Arduinkaai.
Arduinkaai 71000 Brussels
Dance, Performance Art, Playwriting, Theatre