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Amsterdam RAI hosts the Homemakers’ Fair every February. With hundreds of exhibitors lining up to show off the latest products on the market, this annual event is a household, shopping and life style feast!
Having sprung into life in 1950 as an opportunity to sell various homewares to Dutch house wives, the modern-day version of the Homemakers’ Fair has thankfully diversified beyond vacuum cleaners and kitchen aids. These days, fashion, beauty, food and drink and entertainment all play leading roles at this huge event.
Krokus Kabaal children’s theatre festival
Children in The Hague can enjoy the Krokus Kabaal theatre and art festival during their Spring break from Saturday, 22 to Friday, 28 of February. Upbeat, accessible, interactive, diverse and cool performances, films and activities for children of all backgrounds.
Children 12 years and younger can attend performances and take part in all kinds of activities such as music, dance, felt making, film and games at 10 different locations.
Each location will offer something fun to do with a lunch, songs, a concert, dancing and plenty of surprise performances.
The Krokus Kabaal festival takes place from Saturday, 22 to Friday 28 of February at the following locations: Laaktheater, Theater De Vaillant, Theater De Nieuwe Regentes, Diamant Theater, Theater Dakota, Leidschenveen/Ypenburg library and Muzee Scheveningen.
All performances, films and activities cost € 3.00 unless stated otherwise. The programme in the libraries is free.
For tickets and more information go to krokuskabaal.nl.