Find out what it feels like to be an astronaut in an exciting virtual reality experience at Luxembourg’s Museum of Natural History on 18 November. Photo: Shutterstock

Find out what it feels like to be an astronaut in an exciting virtual reality experience at Luxembourg’s Museum of Natural History on 18 November. Photo: Shutterstock

A concert to support the Bazar International, discussions on navigating life after a breakup, finance webinars, improv theatre, a football match, a virtual reality astronaut experience, a painting exhibition, an escape room game and more--here are 10 things to do in the coming dans and weeks.

Romlux charitable concert

Category: Culture 🗓 Wednesday 15 November📍Grund-Luxembourg

The Romania Luxemburg Business Forum (Romlux) is organising a charitable concert and dinner at the Cercle Munster to support the Bazar International. The concert will feature performances by Ruxandra Barac (mezzo-soprano), Cyprien Keiser (cello) and Katrin Reufenrath (piano). .

Life after decoupling

Category: Personal development 🗓 Wednesday 15 November📍Luxembourg City

This event, organised by The Network, aims to help people navigate life after going through a divorce or breakup. Discussions will cover topics like financial planning, legal aspects and personal care. .

Alfi expert briefing: liquidity management

Category: Finance 🗓 Thursday 16 November📍online

The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (Alfi) is organising a virtual expert briefing on liquidity management tools, which will focus on operational aspects, as well as public policy and regulatory considerations. .

Dig Deep: improv theatre

Category: Comedy 🗓 Thursday 16 November📍Luxembourg City

Get up on stage--or enjoy the improv efforts of others from the safety of your seat. “Improv Jams are the perfect opportunity to get up on stage, play improv games and do scenes in a safe and encouraging environment,” say the event organisers. .

Luxembourg-Bosnia and Herzegovina football match

Category: Sports 🗓 Thursday 16 November📍Stade de Luxembourg

Luxembourg last played against Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Zenica stadium in June, winning the match 2-0. Now the two teams will play again, this time in Luxembourg. Come support the grand duchy’s national soccer team as they play one of the Euro 2024 qualifying matches. .

VR astronaut simulation

Category: Family-friendly 🗓 Saturday 18 November📍Natur Musée

“Dive into our immersive astronaut VR training simulation! Face high-stakes rescue scenarios on Mars and tackle an urgent oxygen leak repair. Be the hero. Join us for an unparalleled experience!” Luxembourg’s Museum of Natural History is running a special series of space-related exhibitions and events, including the “In the skin of an astronaut” VR experience. .

Escape room: “Humanitarians in the Field”

Category: Social 🗓 Saturday 18 November to Sunday 19 November📍Glacis Square

Can you and your family/friends beat this pop-up game from the Luxembourg Red Cross? Introduced last year, it is available for the first time in English (in addition to Luxembourgish and French). Suitable for ages 12 and up, the escape room takes groups of three to five people and lasts about an hour. .

Maryse Glodt painting exhibition

Category: Art 🗓 Saturday 18 November to Friday 15 December📍Vianden

Bourglinster-based artist Maryse Glodt experiments with materials like ash, bitumen, marble powder, India ink, burlap or cardboard leftovers, says the Ancien Cinéma, the organiser of the exhibition. Entrance is free. .

Magic show

Category: Show 🗓 Sunday 19 November📍Luxembourg City

This family-friendly show blends interaction with the audience, humour, suspense, illusions, music and more. .

China Finance Forum 2023

Category: Finance 🗓 Tuesday 21 November📍online

Luxembourg for Finance’s annual event will bring together experts to discuss subjects including the place of international financial firms, big tech from China in 2023, what Chinese financial services firms are looking for in the global market, what the Greater Bay Area means for international financial services firms and using global finance to tackle the climate crisis. .