Thursday 27 January is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On this day we reflect on the events that happened during WWII.
We invite you to Arenberg to see a silent film. ‘City without Jews’ (1924) is a film that promoted the expulsion of Jews for the first time. For a long time, it was thought that this version was lost. An accidental discovery at a French market proved otherwise. Watching this film reminds us of tragic times, which above all should never be repeated.
The projection is accompanied live by a 16-piece orchestra, L’Heure de musique, conducted by Léonard Ganvert. Both film and music lovers are therefore welcome during this commemoration.
7.00 pm: doors
8.00 pm: foreword by Veerle Vanden Daelen and Jan Dewilde
8.15 pm: movie
10.00 pm: the end
The movie is free. Registration is required. Also, be sure to check out our website before you leave. There, we always communicate the most recent guidelines in the event itself or in the news items.