Each year the Iris Festival is an opportunity for the Brussels Parliament to open its doors to the public. Visitors will be able to get a behind the scenes look at the Brussels Parliament on Sunday, 7 May from 11 AM to 6 PM: the historic rooms, the Mirror Room, the assembly room, and the commission rooms will be open to the public.
This year, the highly diverse programme on offer in the building and the courtyard will be fully in keeping with the festival atmosphere through a number of family-oriented activities. Visitors will be able to attend different performances like Bert Kruismans' comedic monologues, classical guitar, an improv competition, and a circus workshop. For more adventurous souls, a climbing wall will be set up in the courtyard. "La Fête du Swing" will rule the terrace until 8 PM.
A Béjart exhibiton will be on display in the Brussels Francophone Parliament Building. For its part, the Raad van de Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, will host a HIP & RECUP exhibition and saxophonist Ilia Vasiachkin.
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