March 2019

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7 – 17 March: Luxembourg City Film Festival
We’re going ALL DAY LONG for 2019! Luxembourg City Film Festival is returning this spring, bigger and better than ever before.

We are shaking things up for the 9th edition of the Festival (7th to 17th March 2019) and expanding our daily line-up so you don’t need to miss out on any of the action. While previous editiond were largely limited to evening screenings, we have decided to make the move to daytime screenings for the public at large and offer more chances for you to see the films you don’t want to miss out on!

Thanks to the generous support of our partner cinemas – Kinepolis Kirchberg, Ciné Utopia and the Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg – festivalgoers will be able to attend screenings ALL DAY LONG! Take some days off and enjoy one Festival film after another over the course of the entire Luxembourg City Film Festival.

We are opening up early morning school screenings to the public (subject to availability), as well as programming in extra sessions at midday and in the afternoon.

Festivalgoers will be able to enjoy films from morning until night but at no extra cost. Despite more films being added to the daily line-up, the price of the FESTIVAL PASS will remain €30 for an unlimited number of public screenings.

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11 March: Lie of the Land
Lie of the Land is being performed at St George’s International School at 7.30 on Monday 11 March. It relates to the proposed exit of the UK from the EU.  More info and links here, FB pages Lie of the Land and BRILL.

16 March: Visit to the Musée National d’Histoire Militaire in Diekirch
British Luxembourg Society: Visit to the Musée National d’Histoire Militaire in Diekirch.  Saturday 16th March between 10:00am – noon.  The Museum will make a booking for lunch at the Gudd Diekirch restaurant for those who wish to join us . David Clark our President will lead the group and if you wish to participate please e-mail him on  President@b-l-s.lu or write to him c/o The British-Luxembourg Society , 17 ave Guillaume , L-1651 Luxembourg and indicate whether you also wish to reserve a place for lunch.  Please mark the envelopes “Diekirch 16.3.19”.  All participants should pay €10 to the Society’s account at the BCEE IBAN LU38 0019 5155 3387 2000 with reference “Diekirch16/3/19” .

The address of the museum is as follows:
Musée National d’Histoire Militaire
10, Bamertal L-9209 Diekirch, Luxembourg
GPS coordinates:
6.15916 E | 49.87094 N
Parking
Tel Musée: (+352) 80 89 08 24
www.mnhm.lu

16 March: Irish Music and Dance
Comhaltas Luxembourg is a club dedicated to promoting Irish Music and Dance.  We are celebrating St Patrick’s day in our traditional way again this year in Cessange.  There is a Ceili (folk dance) for Kids in the afternoon from 14h30 to 16h30 (EUR5) and in the evening there is a Ceili with live music and bar.  No experience required – just lightness of foot.