Top 7 to do in Luxembourg in January
Until the 27th January: Winter Sale
Right after the holiday season the sale season starts and the shops in the entire country welcome their clients with special prices. Ready to shop ‘til you drop? Let’s go :)
4th and 5th January: The Standard Bearer @TNL
Julian Sands and Neil Dickson have partnered up to present The Standard Bearer, a moving and funny one man, 50-minute play written by Stephen Wyatt about a Shakespearean actor on tour in West Africa. Sands directs and Dickson stars. The performance is preceeded by a solo by Julian Sands himself. Tickets are at 25 € (until 26 years 12€)
5th January: Rumpelstilzchen – Theatre d’Esch
To revive fairytales in a contemporary setting and in luxembourgish had begun to become an ephemeral tradition over 40 years ago. The Escher Theater now wants to bring back this tradition and Rumpelstilzchen, teamwork of Ian De Toffoli and Myriam Muller, is the start. Discover the act on the 5th of Jnauary and get ready to feel the magic.
Until the 7th January: Winter Lights Luxembourg City
If you didn’t find time yet to visit the Winter Lights in Luxembourg City, don’t worry you still have time! They are open until the 7th January.
12-14 January: Vakanz – Le Salon du Tourisme
You are tired and sick of the cold, grey and rainy winter days in Luxembourg? Then we suggest you visit this year’s Salon du Tourisme to get inspired by some sunny destinations. Maybe it is the right moment to book your next holidays? (picture via visitluxembourg)
9th to 14th January: Dirty Dancing the Show @Rockhal
The film is considered to be one of the most exciting dance films of all time, and the stage show based on the cinema hit has already impressed more than eight million visitors worldwide! This month it is time to impress Luxembourg. Who is planning to see the show? We know we are :)
30th January: Stereophonics @Atelier
How about enjoying a concert in the intimate venue of the Atelier at the beginning of 2018? The Welsh three piece is back with Hits like Dakota, A Thousand Trees or, Maybe Tomorrow and many more. (picture @The Atelier)