NED, Oss - De Groene Engel
The Netherlands, Oss
Culture stage De Groene Engel "The green Angel" in the place Oss, the Netherlands, opened its doors in October 1999. De Groene Engel is aimed at a broad audience with a varied and daring range of music, theater and film. The hall offers space for 600 people at concerts. During film and theater 130 visitors can sit in the stands in the hall. Culture stage De Groene Engel is part of The Muzelinck foundation, center for the arts in Oss. The Pop collective in Oss covered by this foundation. The three institutions work together in many areas.
Permanent concerts / activities
Monthly recurring activities Friday Blues and the Open Stage. Friday Blues on every first Friday of the month and the Open Stage Every last Wednesday of the month. By Friday Blues enters a blues band and at the Open Mic musicians can make music together. These activities are free. Furthermore, in the cafe every month an exhibition of an artist from the region to see and on the second Sunday of the month there is a political Salt café.
Projects & Activities
Besides the regular programming initiates and organizes the Green Angel projects for primary school pupils and middle school students in the context of OKVO and CKV. De Groene Engel is also closely involved in local festivals like Fantastival. The Green Angel plays in collaboration with the Popkollektief an important role for musicians and bands from the region. Example by organizing special concert evenings where new bands in the main hall stage experience can do.
The hall can be rented for day conferences, meetings or corporate events, depending on the availability of the venue and activity. The possibility of the hall in the evening hire is limited because there almost every night of the week in a regular representation is achieved. For more information on rental of the hall you can call coordinator Oscar Jansen: 0412-638445.
Culture stage De Groene Engel receives a structural subsidy from the municipality of Oss. In addition, the FPK (Performing Arts Fund) and the BKKC (Brabant Knowledge Art and Culture) fixed subsidy partners.
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