Events

  • Weekend Events Weekend Events

    A mere selection of what’s going on in The Hague. We've tried to include events and performances where language is no barrier.

  • Just Peace festival Just Peace festival

    21 to 24 September - The Hague will be celebrating the UN-declared International Day of Peace with a wealth of activities during the Just Peace festival. With a mix of debates, performing arts, museum activities, sports and music, all with a focus on Peace and Justice.

  • PhotoOp photo exhibition PhotoOp photo exhibition

    21 to 24 September - The democratic photo exhibition called PhotoOp will take place for the 3rd year, this year close to the Mauritshuis. The exhibition features 16 national and international photographers.

  • Rrrollend Den Haag Rrrollend Den Haag

    22 to 24 September - The Hague’s Lange Voorhout will be transformed into an open-air restaurant during another edition of Rrrollend Den Haag.

  • TodaysArt Festival 2017 TodaysArt Festival 2017

    22 and 23 September - This year the TodaysArt festival takes place in The Hague’s city centre. The festival is renowned for its signature programme of pioneering digital art, experimental electronic music and audio-visual performances.

  •   Blended Festival Blended Festival

    23 & 24 September - Come on 23 September to the Oranjeplein in the Schilderswijk and on 24 September to Wijkpark Transvaal for the Blended Festival. Well-known names and talents form the Schilderswijk and Transvaal will be showcased here on 1 stage.

  • World Neighbours Day in the Boekhorstraat World Neighbours Day in the Boekhorstraat

    Saturday, 23 September - The first edition of Wereldburen (World Neighbours) will take place as part of the National Neighbour Day 2017 in the Boekhorststraat. Highlighting the power of the Boekhorstraat and everything the street has to offer.

  • Author Orhan Pamuk at BorderKitchen Author Orhan Pamuk at BorderKitchen

    Saturday, 23 September - The Nobel Prize award-winning Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk is the guest at BorderKitchen. He will be interviewed about his book ‘The Red-Haired Woman’.

  • The Hague International Open Day The Hague International Open Day

    Sunday, 24 September - During The Hague International Open Day, 11 international organisations will open their doors to the public. With tours, presentations and exhibitions the public will learn about the daily work of these organisations.

  • Career in Your Suitcase programme Career in Your Suitcase programme

    26 & 27 September - Starting on Wednesday, 27 September internationals looking to continue their career in The Hague can take part in the ‘Career in Your Suitcase’ programme in Het Coach Huis. Otherwise they can choose to participate in the Live Online Group starting on Tuesday, 26 September.

  • Harvest Day at Hof van Wouw Harvest Day at Hof van Wouw

    Wednesday, 27 September - The 17th-century Hof van Wouw will hold a Harvest Day. This beautiful garden is open to the public only a few times a year.

  • Friendly Chat Evening Friendly Chat Evening

    Wednesday, 27 September - The Friendly Chat Evening will be the first Integration Chat room project organised by Unity in Diversity. It will take place at the Dutch Refugee Council (VWN) in The Hague.

  • Guildhall Graduates (GG17) Guildhall Graduates (GG17)

    28 to 30 September - Young British talents will present their self-devised solo pieces during GG17 in Het Paradijs studio theatre in The Hague.