The Japan Day delights this weekend with vivid impressions and bright firework images in the sky after dark. Soon after follow Home and Garden, the Book Fair and the curious annual Cartwheeling Tournament. As always, English and other original language movies are on cinema screens too.
Next door in Neuss the Shakespeare Festival celebrates its twenty-fifth year with a programme that includes many English productions plus both a Portugese and a Catalan performance. Try too the Ruhrfestspiele in Recklinghausen with French and English pieces. Both on now.
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Taking place on a Saturday, an explosion of impressive events and activities are staged in the old town and along the promenade throughout the day and into the evening. Most visitors to the Japan Day remain till after dark to watch the renowned beauty of the stunning Japanese firework display.More...
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