Programme

UP TO ELEVEN

With: A Boy Named Seb
Organisation: MUDAM
Duration: 120’
Price: Free entry
Venue: MUDAM

After immersing yourself in the Van Gogh’s genius at the screening of the new biopic, At Eternity’s Gate, follow in the footprints of other great artists with a night at the MUDAM. You can even see a work by the film’s director Julian Schnabel in the permanent collection! A special version of their Up to Eleven series (a reference to insanely quotable cult comedy classic This Is Spinal Tap), the Mudam Café will be open until 11pm so you can drink and dance to an eclectic DJ set from A Boy Named Seb. Whether playing solo or with ELEKTRASH [makes me sick], he mixes the best new electronic music with gems from the past.

Wed 13/03 21:00 Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean
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