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Living in the Amsterdam School

29 April – 28 August

This year Amsterdam celebrates 100 year of Amsterdam School architecture. Stedelijk Museum participates in the celebrations with this stylish exhibition. It gives you an insight in how it must have been to live in an Amsterdam School Interior.

Read more on the website of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Building De Dageraad

Amsterdam Heritage Day Extra

Sunday 8 May

Also as part of the 100 year celebrations of 100 year of Amsterdam School architecture (yes we love our architecture; is it getting too much?) there are extra Amsterdam Heritage Days throughout the year. This Sunday part of the building called De Dageraad, a social housing complex, is open to the visitors from 12.00 to 17.00 hours.

Read more on the website of (NL)



Every Sunday in April, May and June

ANNE is a theatre play based on the two years Anne Frank spent in the secret annex. The play is set in an amazing decor. You get sucked in right into the lives and emotions of Anne Frank, her family and their friends.

Read more on the website of Theater Amsterdam

Revel-in-dimes_ConcertoConcerto Podium – Instore concerts

5 – 8 May

Concerto is one of the few music stores that still exist (in Amsterdam). Quite regularly they organise free instore concerts. This weekend they have concerts of Leah Rosier (Reggae), Revel in Dimes (Blues/Rock & Roll), Alice Phoebe Lou (Folk) and the Dutch band, Femme Vanille.

Read more on the website of Concerto

D 32808-05 Amy Winehouse Obligatory Credit - CAMERA PRESS/Mark Okoh SPECIAL PRICE APPLIES. Jazz and soul singer Amy Winehouse poses for photos at her home in Camden, London. Her debut album 'Frank' won an Ivor Novello award and was released in October 2003. 2004

Amy Winehouse – A family portrait

29 February – 4 September

A personal exhibition, curated by Amy’s brother Alex Winehouse and the Jewish Museum in London. A must-see for the Amy Winehouse fan.

Read more on the website of the Jewish Historical Museum