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What to do in Brussels this weekend: 31 March - 2 April

Brussels Times proposes the list of following event for the weekend:

Listen Festival, various locations in Brussels, until Sunday 2 April

An electronic music festival which takes place across the city in unlikely venues, Listen has rapidly become a favourite among locals, but also among audiences further afield. Organisers aim to bring the international music scene to Brussels, and curated by the region's top concert organisers such as Ancienne Belgique and Botanique. The line-up lists some of the hottest artists of the moment.

Millenium Festival, various locations in Brussels, until Thursday 6 April

This high-level international event is returning to the capital for its 15th edition, shining a light on major challenges faced and objectives set by society today through documentaries by independent directors from all corners of the world.

Foire du livre, Tour & Taxis, until Sunday 2 April

The meeting place for all those involved in the French-language book scene, from authors, illustrators and publishers to critics and of course, passionate readers. The programme includes events for young and old, including debates, lectures, shows and performances.

Through Words, Zinnema Anderlecht, Friday 31 March

What does it mean to be multilingual in a world where communication is the first step in understanding each other? Skin Mutts, a non-profit organisation for and by people who have grown up with different cultures and belong to multiple ethnicities, explains why words are not always essential through this performance.

Festival Imagésanté, Liège, until Saturday 1 April

The Imagésanté festival is like no other film festival in the country. Aiming to raise awareness of public health issues among citizens as well as health professionals through the screening of 22 documentary films. Every screening presents an opportunity to meet film teams but also health specialists and representatives of associations, who will debate the sensitive subjects addressed.

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