Welcome to your weekly summary of What’s On in The Hague!

Below you’ll find this weekend’s highlights and plenty of ways to entertain yourself over the coming weekend. There’s a list of upcoming items, ongoing exhibitions, sports events, socials and much more! All events take place in The Hague and surrounding areas, you can click the events or links for more information.

Remember to check with each event organiser for ticket prices, entry requirements or last minute changes (just in case). Have a great weekend! 

Valentine’s Jam in The Atrium (15 February)

This Valentine’s Day, WereldDansWerkPlaats celebrates love in the Atrium City Hall in The Hague. In the beating heart of the city, different cultures celebrate love together. There are workshops in Zumba, Tango and Couple & Duo Rollerskating. You can also have your future predicted in love by a fortune teller from the puppet theater! Everyone is welcome with or without (dance) partner to dance together, follow workshops or watch the performances.

Dutch Declaration of Independence on Display in Delft (15-17 February)

The Plakkaat van Verlatinge (Dutch Declaration of Independence) will be on display in Museum Prinsenhof Delft from Friday afternoon, February 15, 12.00 up to and including Sunday, February 17. The special document will be given a prominent place in the exhibition Willem van Oranje is here! A special program will be organized for the public this weekend. The loan is unique and rarely leaves the National Archives, but an exception was made for this exhibition.

Baroque Fridays @ Lutherse Kerk (15 February)

Two organ solos in the last program and the audience held their breath in awe. Víctor Manuel Baena de la Torre stood out in Pracht en Praal, in which students from Schütz’s Amsterdam Conservatory performed contemporaries from the balconies of the Lutheran Church. The baroque music in surround under the direction of Jos van Veldhoven made a big impression last season. But the two solo pieces from Víctor Manuel Baena de la Torre excelled with tasteful recordings, balanced play and sublime timing.

Simon and Garfunkel’s Music: Acoustic (17 February)

Somewhere in Germany, during a spontaneous gig, Jop Wijlacker and Dennis Kolen came up with their common love for Simon & Garfunkel. In the theater show that arose from them, they pick up their childhood memories of their favorite songs of the famous duo.

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