Baron Hortastreet 9, 1000 Brussels

In the heart of the Palais des Beaux-Arts designed by Victor Horta and in Studio Agnès Varda of FLAGEY, the projectors light up every day to show the films preserved by the Royal Belgian Film Archive. With 3000 screenings per year, film history can be discovered through retrospectives, festivals, meetings, previews, seminars, conferences …


The Crazy Circle

Rue du Prince Royal 11, 1050 Brussels

Formerly a rum bar, this place was taken over in 2019 by a couple of women with plans to turn it into a lesbian bar open to the entire LGBTQI+ Community and their allies.


La Bellone

Rue de Flandre 46 – 1000 Brussels

La Bellone is a place of research and reflection, which is dedicated to the proces of creation, a tool for performing artists and all those interested in the making of scenic writings.


La Doyenne

Rue du Doyenné 35A, 1180 Uccle

La Doyenne is a participatory bike workshop, 100% managed and held by women, in which you can find tools and advice for the maintenance and repair of your bikes



Pl. de la Monnaie 6, 1000 Brussels

Muntpunt is a library, a house full of information, a meeting point and your window onto Brussels. It’s an initiative of the Flemish Community, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie (VGC) and the Flemish government.


Passa Porta

Rue Antoine Dansaertstraat 46, 1000 Brussels

The international house of literature Passa Porta is a unique, multilingual meeting place. It is where readers meet writers from Belgium and abroad. It is where authors and translators have access to a stage or a workspace. Every two years the Passa Porta Festival celebrates Brussels as a city of literature with the arrival of hundreds of writers and artists.



Rue du Marché au Charbon 42, 1000 Brussels

The Brussels RainbowHouse shelters various French- and Dutch-speaking LGBTQI (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, queers, intersexuals) organizations of the Brussels region. The RainbowHouse is a safe haven where LGBTQI persons and their friends can get information, enjoy a hearty welcome or simply meet up. Organizations, whether LGBTQI or non- LGBTQI unite in the RainbowHouse and organize numerous socio-cultural activities.



62 Rue des Commerçants,1000 Brussels

rile* is a bookshop and project space for publication and performance. rile* is into poetry, theory, choreography, artist writing and various other text based experiments. rile* organizes performances, meetings, launches, readings…


Programming partners

Elles Tournent/Dames Draaien

Elles Tournent promotes and enhances the work of women in the arts and cultural world in general and particularly in the audiovisual and media sectors. To this end, the association develops activities such as the creation and animation of socio-cultural events, festivals, exhibitions, workshops, conferences and artistic performances.



FATSABBATS is a self-managed safe space run by POC women for POC women, the QUEER community and its allies.


Girls Heart Brussels

Girls Heart Brussels invites you to explore Brussels from a female, queer, trans, and non binary perspective, with a focus on its lesbian and feminist initiatives. We’re eclectic in taste and highlight both the mainstream and the underground. We love art, fashion, food, clubbing and Brussels culture in general.



LGBTQI+ Guiding Tours
L-Tour organizes lesbian and rainbow tours and events to promote the history (herstory and history) of Brussels’ LGBTQI+ communities starting from Brussels, via lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people and associations.



Match is an organization that focuses on all sorts of womxn and non-binary people who are somewhere on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. We always welcome friends, allies (no matter their gender or sexuality), as long as people bring their positive vibes.


Midis de la Poésie

Founded in 1949 by Sara Huysmans and the poet Roger Bodart, the Midis de la Poésie begin their 73rd season. A good thousand sessions, on Tuesday lunchtime, and as many speakers as recitants captivated listeners in love with poetry and literature, both French and foreign.

Mothers & Daughters

A bar, An art space,
A safer, Inclusive, Feminist, Queer,
Lesbian and trans place.
—Run by and for lesbians & trans folks and their friends



TULITU is a vision of a bookstore that listens to its customers, its neighbourhood, the world of books, founded by two passionate booksellers ready to adapt, adjust over the years, a place dedicated to Quebec books, LGBTQI and feminist books.