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Live Jazzy Sounds@Cé

Every 1st Friday of the month fresh jazzy sounds, funky drinks and ‘soul’food in Brasserie Cé. Starting at 6:30 PM

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Jazzy 'Cocktail'@Cé

Every 3th Friday of the month we invite, in cooperation with Impresariaat Kunsten. young talents to show their musicality to the public during our Jazzy 'Cocktail'@Cé evenings. Performance from 17.00 hrs till 19.00 hrs.

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Christmas brunch - 25 & 26 December

At the 25th & 26th of December 2019 we serve in Brasserie Cé between 13.00 and 16.00 hour an extensive Christmas brunch. We have a special children’s menu and plenty of children’s activities. Of course under our guidance, as always!

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Christmas dinner dance - 26 December

On Boxing Day we serve a refined selection menu in Brasserie Cé, where you and your guests themselves determine the number of dinner-course! Starting at 7:30 PM

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'Open House' days - Hotel Central

We would like to invite you during one of our 'Open House' days in Hotel Central.

Dates 2019, 2020 & 2021:
- In 2019: 24 November 2019
- In 2020: 1 February, 19 April, 28 June, 27 September & 22 November 2020
- In 2021: 30 January, 18 April, 27 June, 26 September & 21 November 2021

Officially give the word YES too each other is also possible at Central! On our 'Open House' days Mr Bert Crown, wedding officer of the municipality of's-Hertogenbosch, will be present between 14.00 hours and 15.00 hours to answer all your questions.

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Design of the Third Reich - 7 September to 19 January 2020

Design Museum Den Bosch presents the world's first retrospective exhibition of design of the Third Reich. The Volkswagen Beetle, the Olympic Games in 1936, the swastika and the films of Leni Riefenstahl. The important loans come from major German museums in Berlin and Munich

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Van Goghs intimi - 21 September 2019 to 12 January 2020

The exhibition Van Gogh’s Inner Circle. Friends, Family, Models will give a broad view on the people who played an important part in Van Gogh’s life and work. His complex relationships with family, friends and fellow artists, students and models from Brabant to the south of France were often strong and long-lasting, but sometimes ended in estrangement. The exhibition includes prominent pieces from the Netherlands and abroad. Drawings, letters, pictures and poetry give more insight to his relationships. A surprising new perspective on one of the world’s greatest artist.

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