HIGHLIGHTS: Week 41: 11 October - 17 October 2018

HIGHLIGHTS: Week 41: 11 October - 17 October 2018
Let’s Catch Up before autumn

Are you hoping for an Indian Summer too? Before our long summer finally turns into autumn and the pumpkins are being carved for Halloween, Let’s Catch Up and enjoy a hot chocolate or other warming drink. There’s no charge to attend but you pay for your own drinks.

Friday 12 October | 5.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. | Café Zuid, Plein 1992 | Free admission | hollandexpatcenter.com Café Zuid
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Dutch Dancing Days Festiva

During Maastricht Festival being held on the first weekend in October, the Dutch Dance Days will present interesting works by up-and-coming choreographers and impressive performances by established dance companies. From classical ballet to urban dance and from avant-garde to modern dance. In prestigious theatres as well as in exciting new venues. For the full programme, see nederlandsedansdagen.nl

Wednesday 10 - Sunday 14 October | Various locations | nederlandsedansdagen.nl Nederlandse Dansdagen
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Friture dansant: birthday party at Brandweer!

It’s Brandweer’s birthday! Eat, drink and dance all night long. From 5.00 p.m., a luxury friterie will open with a special menu including fries, sour meat, chicken pot pie, and bratwurst. Line up includes Rotterdam legend Jules Deelder, Shanhai Kabang, Komo B, Karin without Tommy and Reggae Blinker.

Saturday 13 October | 5.00 p.m. - 3.00 a.m. | B* Kantine, Capucijnenstraat 21 | Free admission | brandweerkantine.nl De Brandweer
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When did Karl Marx think Capitalism would Fall?

Marxists believed that capitalism would necessarily end in collapse. Gareth Stedman Jones, Professor of the History of Ideas, Queen Mary, University of London, Director Centre for History and Economics, King’s College Cambridge, will identify three distinct phases in Marx’s picture of what capitalism was and how it might end. In this lecture, he will examine each of these phases and Marx’s ideas, together with Friedrich Engels’s editing of the unpublished manuscript of Capital to explain how that assumption arose.

Monday 15 October | 8.00 p.m. | Aula Minderbroedersberg 4-6 | Free admission Studium Generale Maastricht
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