FriFeb 24, 2023
De Ruimte
Distelweg 83, 1031 HD Amsterdam


Een innige verstrengeling van diner, dans, muziek, poëzie en theater. Een avond waarin een kakelvers seizoensgebonden diner en performances één worden. Slechts € 21,50 voor drie gangen en 12,50 voor alle optredens. Laat de kok op tijd weten als je komt!An intimate entanglement of food, dance, music, (Dutch) poetry and theatre. € 21,50 for three courses and 12,50 for all the performances. An evening where a great, season based dinner and performances become one. Please contact the chef on time!


19:00: deuren open
19:00: start diner
19:45: aanvang eerste performance

DINER: Tim Sprangers / John Pastinaak
Zoals altijd kookt Tim met groenten, kruiden en fruit van het seizoen en het liefst uit moestuinen in Amsterdam-Noord.

Kruidige paddenstoelenbouillon met steranijs en citroengras

HOOFD Rendang van knolselderij met knapperige wintergroenten in geroosterde kokos.

NA Limoen-citroentaart met munt

Joana Almeida is a Portugese singer songwriter and guitarist with a Luso touch. She is one of the first female, classical fado guitarists in Portugal. As a soloist, Joana presents herself as a singer song-writer guitarist with a Luso touch. In a mysterious blend of fado roots and the colors of Portuguese folk music with Cape Verdean, Brazilian and other Lusophony influences, and more recently Indian Carnatic

music, Joana brings the soul of the traditional Portuguese troubadours, with her own unique and contemporary approach.

Obe Alkema (1993) works at Uitgeverij AnkhHermes, is a poetry critic at NRC Handelsblad and publishes in/on various Dutch, Flemish and international magazines/platforms. In 2018, Obelisque appeared, the poetry glossy in millennial pink that was nominated for the C. Buddingh’ Prize 2019. A new Obelisque appeared in 2022, this time in lavender purple.

Tap dancer Marije Nie is a musician with her feet, a dancing percussionist. She is fascinated by the power and poetry of footsteps, and their ability to explore different worlds. She transforms traditional tap dance into a contemporary form and builds bridges between different artistic disciplines, traditions and cultures. She works in classical music, jazz, film and theater, interdisciplinary projects, community art, writes, produces and gives masterclasses and workshops.

Dialogue is a main theme in her work, as a source of creativity, curiosity and exchange. Marije is co-founder of Cross Pollination, an international and interdisciplinary network of artists and researchers that focuses on the dialogue between practices, new ways of building knowledge and understanding collaboration between different (performing) arts.

Ni Ile/daheim – “It feels like there is a never ending circle of constructing and deconstructing a home within myself.”

A research about losing and finding a home and the inner chaos that both cause. Kathrin visits the various “homes” that she has built up over time and has outgrown. In addition, she is curious about the physical memories her body has stored.

When do we start creating a home? And what happens when we outgrow the home we’ve built? What is happening before we start packing? What is moving within ourselves?

In collaboration with spoken word artist and musician Jörgen, Kathrin searches for ways to tell this story with movement and sound. On 19 January, Kathrin and Jörgen shared their initial findings during the Come together festival at the Frascati theatre. From February 2023 Kathrin will continue this research during a social residency at 2turvenhoog in Almere.

Mede mogelijk gemaakt door het Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst.