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Festival Tweetakt in Utrecht is an arts for all festival! Featuring theatre and dance shows, music, visual art, interactive installations and more. Made by talented young artists and more experienced ones, from Utrecht, the Netherlands and Belgium, but also from much further afield. And catering to all ages, from pre-schoolers to adolescents and to grandparents.
Tweetakt presents a wide range of theatre and dance shows – including premieres and reprises, Tweetakt productions and unique projects – in two temporary theatre venues on Neude square, at Stadsschouwburg Utrecht and Theater Kikker, and elsewhere. Neude square also features live music on an almost daily basis. From indie to world music, from hiphop to modern classical and from danceable electronic music to singer-songwriters. Also on the square: a bistro and sidewalk café and several art installations.
Around the adventurous site of Fort Ruigenhoek in Groenekan, just North of the Overvecht district, Tweetakt presents an exhibition with exciting visual art works for all ages. The green surroundings of the fort form the backdrop of a jampacked route along big sculptures, interactive installations, video art and games, made by renowned artists as well as talented young makers. You can also see theatre and dance shows, screenings of documentaries for young audiences, and there is a big sidewalk café where you can enjoy food and drink. Tweetakt in the city centre runs from Friday 27 March – Sunday 12 April 2020. Tweetakt at Fort Ruigenhoek is open from Sunday 29 March – Sunday 14 June, on all Sundays and holidays (except Koningsdag 27 April and Bevrijdingsdag 5 May).