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UA Days in Esch-sur-Alzette

October 9 @ 18:30 - October 20 @ 22:00

After a short vacation, the festival of Ukrainian culture UA Days is back and welcomes everyone to enjoy Ukrainian art in culture in its different kinds! This time in Esch-sur-Alzette! 🇺🇦🇱🇺

UA Days is a remarkable project that brings the vibrant culture, history, and creative industries of Ukraine to Luxembourg.

This year, we have a special reason to celebrate as we mark the first anniversary of the twinning between Esch-sur-Alzette in Luxembourg and Stryi, a city in the Lviv region of Ukraine. We are proud to announce that this festival is taking place in close collaboration with the City of Esch-sur-Alzette!

Get ready for a captivating lineup of events during UA Days:
🖼️ 09/10 at 18:30 – An exhibition of war posters by contemporary Ukrainian artists
🗨️ 10/10 at 19:00 – Round table discussion on “The Role of Art in Wartime”
🎭 11/10 at 20:00 – “Mother’s Heart: Children Keep All Our Tears” – a compelling documentary and musical performance co-produced by ЦСМ “ДАХ” / ГОГОЛЬFEST and Schauspielkollektiv – Neues Schauspiel Lüneburg, directed by Vladyslav Troitskyi.
⚽ 12/10 at 20:00 – The thrilling U21 Luxembourg-Ukraine football match
📷 20/10 at 19:30 – A powerful photo exhibition featuring images by world and Ukrainian photojournalists, providing a poignant look at the war in Ukraine.
All the funds raised during the events will go towards supporting LUkraine’s vital projects.

Project partners: Musée National de la Résistance et des Droits Humains, Photo Club Esch, Escher Theatre, Federation Luxembourgeoise de Football, the Embassy of Ukraine to the Kingdom of Belgium, and to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
More information here: https://uadays.lu/




October 9 @ 18:30
October 20 @ 22:00


Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg + Google Map
LUkraine asbl is a registered non-profit organization with a public interest status (F 9931) that raises awareness about Ukraine in the EU and around the world and provides humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

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