HIGHLIGHTS: week 41, October 12 - 18, 2017

HIGHLIGHTS: week 41, October 12 - 18, 2017
American Assassin

After the death of his girlfriend at the hands of Islamic terrorists, Mitch Rapp is drawn into the world of counter-terrorism, mentored by tough-as-nails former U.S. Navy SEAL Stan Hurley.

Euroscoop Maastricht: Daily: 20:00u 22:30u. Euroscoop Lanaken: Daily: 14:00u, 17:00u, 20:00u, 22:30u. Pathé: Atmos Dolby: Th: 11:20u, 14:20u,12:40u, 18:40u, 21:10u. Th, Su: 16:50, 19:20, 21:50u. Fr: 11:00u, 14:00u, 16:30u, 19:00u, 21:30u. Sa: 10:40u, 17:30u, 20:00u, 22:30u. Tu, We: 17:00, 19:30, 22:00u. Dolby: Su: 11:10u. Tu: 11:30u. We: 11:40u. Euroscoop Maastricht, Euroscoop Lanaken, Pathé
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A writer has isolated himself in his house in the middle of the woods, determined to finish his book. After a couple of strange events in the house, he becomes mesmerised by the past. The past gives him inspiration for his novel and he starts researching the complete history of the house. Is this what actually happened in the past? Nothing is what it seems. Slowly he begins to discover the secrets of the horrible things that happened in the house. Delirium is a psychological horror play told through visuals, mime, dance, music and movements. It will set all your senses alight!

Friday 13 October 8.00 p.m. Kumulus Theater
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South Netherlands Philharmonic – The cornerstones of the classics

Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven are now, and will be in the future, the foundation of the classics. Moreover, their music is phenomenal and ever exciting. 
For example Mozart's 39th Symphony: after the humble introduction, it is a radiant joy, even though 1788 was a miserable year for the composer. Beethoven learned a lot from Mozart, which can be heard when listening to Severin von Eckardstein version of Beethoven's majestic Third Piano Concerto. Reviewers are brief and praise about his Beethoven interpretations: "great." 

Saturday 14 October 8.00 p.m. Theater aan het Vrijthof Maastricht
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One Year Lumière

It’s time for a spectacular party. Lumière Cinema Restaurant Café celebrates its first anniversary on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 October. This will be celebrated with advance screenings of Palme d’Or winner The Square, the first fully painted feature film Loving Vincent and a special Cinekid monster premiere for the little ones, among others. Enjoy the jazz of Eddy and the Ethiopians, a disco DJ set by Lars Houben and tasty bites & drinks in the restaurant.

Saturday 14 October 2.00 p.m. – 10.30 p.m. Sunday 15 October 11.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. Lumière Cinema Maastricht
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How to start a Revolution?

The Russian artist, political activist, prisoner and former member of punk band Pussy Riot, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, will talk about her book How to Start a Revolution. In this book, she writes about conditions in the penal colony and the fate of her punk band Pussy Riot. But she also describes a different Russia, with its interesting and creative people pursuing a different society than the present rulers.

Tuesday 17 October 8.00 p.m. Franz Palmzaal, Tongersestraat 53
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Rutger Muller Technological Abstraction
Electro-acoustic composer and performer Rutger Muller fuses ambient and techno music with elements of ancient and contemporary classical genres. Muller is fascinated by technology’s potential to reflect upon spiritual and instrumental traditions. Through sampling, sound design and computer-instrumentalist collaborations, he aims to shape a contemporary mysticism that juxtaposes the stress of global communication on the tranquility of spiritual drones and rhythms.
Tuesday 17 October 8.30 p.m. Muziekgieterij
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