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Friday 29
October

OPENING | From Then to Here by Erik Peters

Friday 29 October 2021, 16:30 - 23:30
Fri 29 Oct 2021
until
Fri 29th Oct 2021
16:30 -
23:30
Doors open:
17:00

EXHIBITION OPENING PARTY |* From Then to Here* by Erik Peters
Opening: Friday 29 October from 17:00 - 23:30
*free entrance*
DJ's: T.B.A.

Welcome to the opening of the liminal world *From Then to Here* by Erik Peters, Kumbirai Makumbe, Liminal Vision, Louisa Teichmann, Federico Poni and Camilo García A.
Come as the first visitors, celebrate while dancing and let's dream about our collective future.

In his first solo exhibition, Erik Peters builds on his practice of collaborative worldbuilding to co-imagine a transcendent space with portals into alternative realities. They are worlds, existing somewhere between the present, the no-longer-conscious, and the not-yet-here. Taking place on different spatial and temporal paths, each world amplifies the others in the space. Together, From Then to Here, proposes a collective quest of sensemaking and imagination: where are we now, and where do we go from here?

As the present is not enough, From Then to Here presents divergent imaginations of how futurity can be explored and portrayed. Offering ways to reflect on potential paths explored by others, the space invites you to also reflect on the potential paths that might arise from within yourself. Through immersive and audiovisual works by Kumbirai Makumbe, Liminal Vision, Louisa Teichmann, Federico Poni, Camilo García A. and Erik Peters, From Then to Here elaborates on the significance of plurality through a multitude of narratives from more-than-human, queer, and ambitopian perspectives, among others.

ABOUT ERIK PETERS
As an artist, Erik Peters focuses on collaborative worldbuilding through audiovisual, mixed media projects based on speculative and immersive storytelling. During his residency at the Hamburger Community of Art Erik has focused on material exploration of speculative artefacts and researching the concept of queer futurity. For more info please check: www.erikpeters.work From Then to Here is a production of Roodkapje’s Hamburger Community of Art, and was made possible with the kind support of CBK Rotterdam, Stichting Bevordering van Volkskracht, Stichting Ondernemersbelangen Rotterdam, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Fleur Groenendijk Foundation, Stichting Elise Mathilde Fonds and the Gemeente Rotterdam.

In addition to the exhibition multiple events will take place at Roodkapje hosted by our Hamburger Community of Live residents. Keep an eye on our website for more info and new dates popping up.

Saturday 30
October

EXHIBITION | From Then to Here by Erik Peters

Saturday 30 October 2021, 11:30 - 20:00
Sat 30 Oct 2021
until
Sat 30th Oct 2021
11:30 -
20:00
Doors open:
12:00

EXHIBITION | From Then to Here by Erik Peters
29 October - 20 November
Opening Friday 29 October from 17:00
With Erik Peters, Kumbirai Makumbe, Liminal Vision, Louisa Teichmann, Federico Poni and Camilo García A.

Welcome to the liminal. In his first solo exhibition, Erik Peters builds on his practice of collaborative worldbuilding to co-imagine a transcendental space with portals into alternate realities.  They are worlds, existing somewhere between the present, the no-longer-conscious, and the not-yet-here. Taking place on different spatial and temporal paths, each world amplifies the others in the space. Together, From Then to Here, proposes a collective quest of sensemaking and imagination: where are we now, and where do we go from here? 

As the present is not enough, From Then to Here presents divergent imaginations of how futurity can be explored and portrayed. Offering ways to reflect on potential paths explored by others, the space invites you to also reflect on the potential paths that might arise from within yourself. Through immersive and audiovisual works by Kumbirai Makumbe, Liminal Vision, Louisa Teichmann, Federico Poni, Camilo García A. and Erik Peters, From Then to Here elaborates on the importance of plurality through a multitude of narratives from a.o. more-than-human, queer, and ambitopian perspectives.

ABOUT ERIK PETERS
As an artist, Erik Peters focuses on collaborative worldbuilding through audiovisual, mixed media projects based on speculative and immersive storytelling. During his residency at the Hamburger Community of Art Erik has focused on material exploration of speculative artefacts and researching the concept of queer futurity.
For more info please check: www.erikpeters.work

From Then to Here is a production of Roodkapje’s Hamburger Community of Art, and was made possible with the kind support of CBK Rotterdam, Stichting Bevordering van Volkskracht, Stichting Ondernemersbelangen Rotterdam, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Fleur Groenendijk Foundation, Stichting Elise Mathilde Fonds and the Gemeente Rotterdam.

Thursday 04
November

CONCERT | Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters — Night Time Transmissions album release performance

Thursday 4 November 2021, 17:00 - 22:00
Thu 4 Nov 2021
until
Thu 4th Nov 2021
17:00 -
22:00
Doors open:
20:30

CONCERT | PERFORMANCE | ALBUM RELEASE | NIGHT TIME TRANSMISSIONS w/ Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters, support act: Kimberly Clark

Welcome to the world of Night Time Transmissions — here/hear: the anxious calls of sleepless tenants, interdisciplinary collaborations, night walks, urgent canons and chants of cosmic healing. Bergur Anderson's first album is an ode to the voice, and a deep dive into the rich waters of polyphony and polyphonic storytelling.

Bergur Anderson is a Rotterdam-based artist from Reykjavík, Iceland; whose practice is essentially concerned with the relationship between the singing voice and the speaking voice; past and ongoing modes of storytelling; and the agency polyphony has in constructing oral narratives. He works primarily with sound, performance and installation, fabricating the ephemera and fictional qualities of orality into material, time-based and published works.

Kimberly Clark is the musical side project by Brussels-based artist Nele Möller. She performs melancholic guitar songs made of endless loops in D minor, overlaid with crooked voices — playing with the same naivety of when you were heading to your first Labour Day demonstration as a fifteen-year-old teen. She traces a late-puberty melancholy that creates sugar in your stale beer.

Night Time Transmissions is released on Brussels-Rotterdam based label Futura Resistenza

Ticket € 8,- (incl. servicekosten)

Reserve a ticket via: https://bit.ly/3yBjoZ8

Saturday 06
November

POPRONDE

Saturday 6 November 2021, 12:00 - 00:00
Sat 6 Nov 2021
until
Sun 7th Nov 2021
12:00 -
00:00
Doors open:
18:30

CONCERT | FESTIVAL | POPRONDE w/ Deveron, Stella, Hey Team, Cloudsurfers
Saturday, 6 november 2021

During the annual Popronde festival Roodkapje is one of the Rotterdam venues where you can hear promising new Dutch bands.
The festival takes place during one day throughout the whole city.

Deveron
Danceable garagepunk for fans of IDLES, Metz and Oh sees

Cloudsurfers
Sunny surf punk on fire for fans of Together Pangea and Oh sees

Hey Team
Abrasive and upbeat alternative rock for fans of Pixies, Sonic Youth and Fugazi

Stella
Soft grunge from Amsterdam for fans of Big Thief, Pj Harvey and No Doubt

Passe partout ticket € 5,-
For more info and tickets of the whole festival: https://bit.ly/3oVGhVp

Sunday 07
November

Community Sculpting

Sunday 7 November 2021, 12:00 - 19:30
Sun 7 Nov 2021
until
Sun 7th Nov 2021
12:00 -
19:30
Doors open:
16:30

WORKSHOP I Community Sculpting
Sunday, 7 November 2021
17:00 - 19:30
*free entrance*
important: sign up before the event via this google form: https://forms.gle/2HqYhoxU73pmMqeRA

**The Project**

Community Sculpting is a project that consists of multiple sculpting workshops for and by trans people. On November 7 the first workshop of a possible series will take place.

The ultimate goal would be to make 1400 red sculptures. This is a symbolic number to visualize the problem with the waiting list for trans healthcare in the Netherlands. 1400 represents the amount of people on the waiting list right now.

The main focus of the project however is: meeting new people, having fun and making something beautiful together.

**What are we going to do in the workshop?**

The workshop starts at 17:00. I will explain a bit about ceramics and we will talk about other art projects centering community care or activism. Then we will work on the project, eat and get to know each other! The food is free, vegan and prepared by Denise and me.

Friday 12
November

CONCERT | Daatura

Friday 12 November 2021, 17:00 - 00:00
Fri 12 Nov 2021
until
Sat 13th Nov 2021
17:00 -
00:00
Doors open:
20:00

CONCERT | Daatura
Friday, 12 november 2021 from 20:00

Brand new Rotterdam fellowship Daatura brings their dance-punk with hints of early ‘80s ‘Neue Deutsche Welle’ to Roodkapje. In the group we find the Canadian artist Ryan Cherewaty and the Greek Kostas Mitsopoulos next to the German born Birgit Welink and Joris Frowein (Segadeath/ex-Lewsberg). Expect urgent German vocals on a raging guitar frenzy.

Recommended for fans of Ideal, Malaria! and Nichts

Ticket € 8,- (incl. servicekosten)

Reserve a ticket via: https://bit.ly/3yBjoZ8

Friday 26
November

CONCERT | YoungRubbi

Friday 26 November 2021, 20:00 - 23:00
Fri 26 Nov 2021
until
Fri 26th Nov 2021
20:00 -
23:00
Doors open:
20:30
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CONCERT | YoungRubbi
Friday, 26 november 2021 from 20:30

Hip-Hop / Punk project with melodic synths and metal guitar riffs. YoungRubbi is a Rotterdam based producer who incorporates his love for early punk music with personal and socially critical rap lyrics.

Recommended fans of Slowthai, Ray Fuego en Slaves

Ticket € 8,- (incl. servicekosten)

Reserve a ticket via: https://bit.ly/3yBjoZ8

Roodkapje offers a unique art programme, an exhibition space and an artistic development program in downtown Rotterdam.

Our art program is dynamic, surprising and multi-voiced at heart. Exhibitions, workshops, installations, talks, performances, experiments and the new Hamburger Community of Art residency form the basis of our programme. Whether it’s making Russian dumplings, performing a group choreography, creating face masks or indulging in a jelly fruit performance - you can engage in our public art program in many, many ways.

The Hamburger Community of Art artists-in-residence and the various art programmers are the ones who have the strongest say in the development of Roodkapje’s art programme. They determine the content and shape of the many activities that are being organized throughout the year and, thereby, are an integral part of Roodkapje. Without them, Roodkapje would not be the same.

If you are looking for unconventional, experimental yet accessible art, then Roodkapje is the place for you.

Nada van Dalen performance
Photo credits: Alisa Wanders | Work: Performance by Nada van Dalen

Art Events

30/10/2021 EXHIBITION | From Then to Here by Erik Peters
30/10/2021EXHIBITION | From Then to Here by Erik Peters

Sat 30th Oct 2021
11:30 -
Doors open:

EXHIBITION | From Then to Here by Erik Peters
29 October - 20 November
Opening Friday 29 October from 17:00
With Erik Peters, Kumbirai Makumbe, Liminal Vision, Louisa Teichmann, Federico Poni and Camilo García A.

Welcome to the liminal. In his first solo exhibition, Erik Peters builds on his practice of collaborative worldbuilding to co-imagine a transcendental space with portals into alternate realities.  They are worlds, existing somewhere between the present, the no-longer-conscious, and the not-yet-here. Taking place on different spatial and temporal paths, each world amplifies the others in the space. Together, From Then to Here, proposes a collective quest of sensemaking and imagination: where are we now, and where do we go from here? 

As the present is not enough, From Then to Here presents divergent imaginations of how futurity can be explored and portrayed. Offering ways to reflect on potential paths explored by others, the space invites you to also reflect on the potential paths that might arise from within yourself. Through immersive and audiovisual works by Kumbirai Makumbe, Liminal Vision, Louisa Teichmann, Federico Poni, Camilo García A. and Erik Peters, From Then to Here elaborates on the importance of plurality through a multitude of narratives from a.o. more-than-human, queer, and ambitopian perspectives.

ABOUT ERIK PETERS
As an artist, Erik Peters focuses on collaborative worldbuilding through audiovisual, mixed media projects based on speculative and immersive storytelling. During his residency at the Hamburger Community of Art Erik has focused on material exploration of speculative artefacts and researching the concept of queer futurity.
For more info please check: www.erikpeters.work

From Then to Here is a production of Roodkapje’s Hamburger Community of Art, and was made possible with the kind support of CBK Rotterdam, Stichting Bevordering van Volkskracht, Stichting Ondernemersbelangen Rotterdam, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Fleur Groenendijk Foundation, Stichting Elise Mathilde Fonds and the Gemeente Rotterdam.

04/11/2021 CONCERT | Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters — Night Time Transmissions album release performance
04/11/2021CONCERT | Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters — Night Time Transmissions album release performance

Thu 4th Nov 2021
17:00 -
Doors open:

CONCERT | PERFORMANCE | ALBUM RELEASE | NIGHT TIME TRANSMISSIONS w/ Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters, support act: Kimberly Clark

Welcome to the world of Night Time Transmissions — here/hear: the anxious calls of sleepless tenants, interdisciplinary collaborations, night walks, urgent canons and chants of cosmic healing. Bergur Anderson's first album is an ode to the voice, and a deep dive into the rich waters of polyphony and polyphonic storytelling.

Bergur Anderson is a Rotterdam-based artist from Reykjavík, Iceland; whose practice is essentially concerned with the relationship between the singing voice and the speaking voice; past and ongoing modes of storytelling; and the agency polyphony has in constructing oral narratives. He works primarily with sound, performance and installation, fabricating the ephemera and fictional qualities of orality into material, time-based and published works.

Kimberly Clark is the musical side project by Brussels-based artist Nele Möller. She performs melancholic guitar songs made of endless loops in D minor, overlaid with crooked voices — playing with the same naivety of when you were heading to your first Labour Day demonstration as a fifteen-year-old teen. She traces a late-puberty melancholy that creates sugar in your stale beer.

Night Time Transmissions is released on Brussels-Rotterdam based label Futura Resistenza

Ticket € 8,- (incl. servicekosten)

Reserve a ticket via: https://bit.ly/3yBjoZ8

Exhibitions

Opening times
Club Rory: The Reality
Photo credits: Nick Thomas | Work: Rory Pilgrim for Club Rory: The Reality

Monday | Closed
Tuesday | 15:00 - 20:00
Wednesday | 15:00 - 20:00
Thursday | 15:00 - 20:00
Friday | 15:00 - 20:00
Saturday | 12:00 - 20:00
Sunday | Closed

Hamburger Community of Art

The Hamburger Community of Art (HCA) is a yearlong artistic development program for emerging artists. During this pilot year, Roodkapje aims to equip the selected artists – as well as the audience – with skills to be resourceful and self-sufficient in assembling diverse voices through training, mentoring and with support in organizing events, presentations and workshops. The HCA will produce and host cultural events, social activities and projects that will be open to all audiences. 

The HCA is based on the principles of experimentation, collaboration and developing new artistic practices. Questions we need to ask ourselves are: What can artists learn from each other? How can (young) artists stimulate their development collectively? What can society learn from artists and vice versa?

Roodkapje is excited to introduce to you the residents of Hamburger Community of Art for 2021. These five artists will provide for you the majority of Roodkapje’s program as they stay with us until the end of the year. As COVID heavily impacted our program  and residents last year, some of this year’s faces may already be familiar to our loyal visitors. Read more about our HCA residents below or follow them via https://hamburger.community/

Pictures by Julia Vroegh

hca

Iriée Zamblé

Expressively painted figures of self-assured black people are playing the lead in Iriée Zamblé’s work. Zamblé puts a magnifying glass upon some of the passengers that pass us daily, but are nonetheless underrepresented in art today. Acquaintances, passengers and friends lay at the base of the paintings. By appropriating details of their appearance, Zamblé shapes a new, bold and vivid figure. Zamblé positions black people as the standard rather than an exception.

www.irieezamble.net

Iriée Zamblé @ Roodkapje
Iriée

Danielle Hoogendoorn

Danielle Hoogendoorn works impulsively and associative, and so is her use of materials. Based on her experiences, she tells her stories portrayed by her favourite animals. Animals play and important role in her life and work. They are a means to see how far she can go before the border between art and kitsch is crossed. Even though Daniëlle’s work appears sweet and girly at first sight, things are not always as peaceful as they seem. Through her direct approach she tries to take the formal character of painting and the museum’s white wall out of account, looking to redefine these existing conventions with banality and humour.

www.daniellehoogendoorn.com

 

Danielle @ Roodkapje
Danielle

Erik Peters

Erik Peters is a multidisciplinary artist and designer combining graphic and spatial design with investigative research and speculative storytelling. He creates scenarios, publications and artefacts which explore possible futures in its plurality. Through queering ecology and technology he examines more-than-human perspectives within an ecosystem of interdependencies.

erikpeters.work

 

 

Erik Peters
Erik

Lavinia Xausa

Lavinia Xausa (IT) works, lives and pretends to learn Dutch in Rotterdam. The center of her artistic practice consists in applying semiotics and sacred art research to an ongoing, participatory art practice, by involving groups of people on self analysis and auto-recognition of their own role in history. Shifting through different kinds of media, from photography to moving images, found footage, sound and text, from writing to performance, she aims to reframe the present in the light of ancient narratives well established in the collective memory

www.laviniaxausa.com

Lavinia
Lavinia

Gill Baldwin

Gill Baldwin uses analog and digital methods to explore the biases and behaviours of contemporary digital technology. Her background as an interior architect explores the incorporation of digital technologies within the built environment and their effect on the neighbourhood, the self, and human agency.

www.gillbaldwin.com

Gill
Gill
The Hamburger Community of Art is made possible by
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Roodkapje is the breeding ground for young musicians, programmers and other upcoming talent from home and abroad. 

From bedroom folk, minimalist electro and dreampop to noise, downtempo beats and trip-hop – all is heard first at Roodkapje. Both local and global fresh talents often kick-off at Roodkapje, where they receive the support and freedom needed to experiment. A music night at Roodkapje means a night full of undiscovered and emerging bands, DJs, labels and collectives. Keep an eye or two on our music events and be the first to discover new talent.

slift
Photo credits: Koen Bouman | Music performance by Slift during King Sepi: Slift / Pig Frenzy / Pizza Knife / Network 76

Music Events

04/11/2021 CONCERT | Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters — Night Time Transmissions album release performance
04/11/2021CONCERT | Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters — Night Time Transmissions album release performance

Thu 4th Nov 2021
17:00 -
Doors open:

CONCERT | PERFORMANCE | ALBUM RELEASE | NIGHT TIME TRANSMISSIONS w/ Bergur Anderson & The Transmitters, support act: Kimberly Clark

Welcome to the world of Night Time Transmissions — here/hear: the anxious calls of sleepless tenants, interdisciplinary collaborations, night walks, urgent canons and chants of cosmic healing. Bergur Anderson's first album is an ode to the voice, and a deep dive into the rich waters of polyphony and polyphonic storytelling.

Bergur Anderson is a Rotterdam-based artist from Reykjavík, Iceland; whose practice is essentially concerned with the relationship between the singing voice and the speaking voice; past and ongoing modes of storytelling; and the agency polyphony has in constructing oral narratives. He works primarily with sound, performance and installation, fabricating the ephemera and fictional qualities of orality into material, time-based and published works.

Kimberly Clark is the musical side project by Brussels-based artist Nele Möller. She performs melancholic guitar songs made of endless loops in D minor, overlaid with crooked voices — playing with the same naivety of when you were heading to your first Labour Day demonstration as a fifteen-year-old teen. She traces a late-puberty melancholy that creates sugar in your stale beer.

Night Time Transmissions is released on Brussels-Rotterdam based label Futura Resistenza

Ticket € 8,- (incl. servicekosten)

Reserve a ticket via: https://bit.ly/3yBjoZ8

Meet Our Promoters

Bound Centre group photo
Photo credits: Luc Schol

Bound Centre

Bound Centre is a label, collective and club night based in Rotterdam. It is initiated and represented by Victor Metske, S x m b r a, Ice Viper, Imhotel and Holowave. Together they aspire to provide a new soundtrack to the contemporary reality of the city by fusing scenes, genres and ideology. Thereby taking Rotterdam club culture to a whole new (and next) level. Bound Centre's mix of sounds and influences takes shape during their club nights, organized on a regular basis at Roodkapje Rotterdam.

Graphic design: Jonathan Castro

Keep an eye on their Facebook and Instagram to be part of the cult.

Kampung logo
Image credit: Luc Schol

Kampung

Kampung is a Rotterdam-based music collective / label focused on the development of talent. They aim to be a platform for beginning artists who struggle to find their way in the jungle that is the contemporary music scene. Combining Downtempo Beats, Trip-Hop, Hip-Hop and other styles of a beat type nature, Kampung aims to create a family-like environment for their creators.Artists in their roster include Gita Buhari, Glimlip, Imhotel, BoiMesa and more to be announced soon.

After their first succesful club night on March 1st 2019 at Roodkapje (with Radius ETC, Boi Mesa, Filosofische Stilte and Imhotel) we are more than happy and excited to see what Kampung has in store for us in the future. 

The creative mastermind behind Kampung is Rotterdam-based musician and producer Arjuna Vlasblom.

Graphic design: Luc Schol. 

FOEF group photo
Photo credits: FOEF

FOEF

FOEF is a platform for the queer community based in Delft. They offer a space to come together and celebrate what it means to be out and proud. At the beginning of March 2019, FOEF flew over to Rotterdam to throw a fairytale-themed night at Roodkapje full of magical STARDUST, poisonous apples, glass STILETTOS and golden carriages. 

At FOEF, you do not have to dress in a certain way, talk about certain things, dance in a certain way and love in a certain way. You can dress/talk/dance and love however and whoever you want! So you don’t have to be gay to join: the more diversity, the better!

Join this queer initiative next time for a non-conformative art, music and fun party. 

KONTRA Slut Walk
Photo credits: Flor Alarcon

Kontra 

KONTRA is a grass roots project that focuses on supporting countercultures and subversive art. It is Rotterdam-based but welcomes all dissidents from any and everywhere. KONTRA explores the boundaries between art and social activism and offers alternative ways of art making, partying and art management. We search for countercultures

In March 2019, KONTRA pulled off Rotterdam's very first Slut Walk and organized a banner-making workshop and extended cultural programme at Roodkapje. We are happy and proud to support KONTRA and are eager to march on together.

Keep up with KONTRA and all they have to offer via their Facebook and Instagram.

Hamburger Community of Live

hcl

The Hamburger Community of Live is Roodkapje’s yearlong development trajectory for five young, talent event programmers. Throughout the year, the programmers of the HCL will work collectively on five interdisciplinary programmes build around the work and research of the Hamburger Community artists, while also producing individual live-events. During their working period at Roodkapje, the programmers receive individual mentorships by professionals from the field, helping them to further develop themselves as event organisers and continue to expand what live events could be like in the future.

Roodkapje is excited to introduce to you the residents of the Hamburger Community of Live for 2021. These five programmers will provide for you the majority of Roodkapje’s program as they stay with us until the end of the year. As COVID heavily impacted our program and residents last year, some of this year’s faces may already be familiar to our loyal visitors. Read more about our HCL residents below or follow them via https://hamburger.community/

Pictures by Julia Vroegh

Louisa Teichmann

Louisa is a Rotterdam based digital artist working with themes around gaming and the effect of new technologies on the player's perception of reality. By analysing gameplay methods and implementing them into Real Life settings, she is creating scenarios in which the viewer turns into the protagonist of an interactive fictional narrative.

Instagram: __louisa__

Louisa
Louisa

Arjuna Vlasblom

Arjuna Vlasblom is a musician, producer and promoter active in bands like Gita Buhari, Smudged, Paksoi among others. As a promoter he specialises in Hip-hop, Trip-Hop and other Beat oriented music for Kampung, and in Experimental electronica for Bound Centre. As a musician Arjuna has always been active in multiple genres ranging from Hip-hop to Krautrock and from Soul to Electronica and during his residency he’d like to expand his programming palate to go beyond the electronic oriented genres he specialises in at the moment. Beyond that he’d like to be able to add a musical perspective and input to the visual artists of the HCA when a specific project demands it. Other than that he’d like to get more experience and expertise when it comes to multidisciplinary curation.

Instagram: imhotel_imhotel

Arjuna
Arjuna

Mitchell Quitz

To combat against boredom in his small hometown of Castricum, Mitchell began organising concerts at the local youth center from 2008. After moving to Rotterdam to attend the Zadkine Pop Academie, the urge to organise concerts returned. In 2011, he organised his first event in Rotterdam, at Roodkapje during their stay at the Meent. From that moment onwards he programmed for several stages and festivals such as Eendracht Festival, Ekcit, Iguanarama at Pompenburg, The Gravel Pit and our own Roodkapje Sub space. Over the past 6 years he has worked as booking agent for Rock ’n Roll Highschool, supporting bands like Iguana Death Cult, The Homesick and many others, bringing them to stages ranging from V11 to Lowlands’ X-ray venue. As part of the HCL residency, Mitchell will continue to focus on live music, with the aim of bringing people from different disciplines together, and hopes to inspire fruitful collaborations between the Dutch art and music scenes.

Instagram: quitzchell

Mitchell
Mitchell

Rūta Genyte

You might have seen Rūta around at Pinkman, Worm, or as of most recently, Roodkapje. She is a freelance creative, working within the field of PR & communication in music alongside some writing and radio making. She also recently decided to share her music obsession with the rest of the world through DJing.

Facebook: ruta.genyte
Instagram: ruta.gen

Rūta
Rūta

Lodewijk van Dijk

Lodewijk is 24-year-old born and raised, proud Rotterdammert. Graduated from the ‘Theatherhavo/vwo’, Lodewijk studied dance at Codarts for 2 years before going in a different direction. After his departure from Codarts, Lodewijk performed at DOX, started organising parties such as NOCHE and LÓlÓ’S DISCO TOKO, and develop as a freelance performer and clubkid. In this role he hosted, organised, performed and acted as doorbitch for various parties and events. During this time he also developed his alter ego LÓLÓ VON DYK. With the HCL residency, Lodewijk is taking a step away from the spotlight and will focus on organising and curating live events. “I want to learn how to make my concepts come to life, and to be a good programmer, organiser, and partyguru.” During his time at the HCL, Lodewijk will try to find a way to combine all his interests and talents into one big creation.

Facebook: Lodewijk van Dijk
Facebook event page: Nochenightsofficial
Instagram: Lolovondyk
Instagram event page: Lolo.presents

Lodewijk
Lodewijk

Opening Times

Monday | Closed
Tuesday | 12:00 - 22:00
Wednesday | 12:00 - 22:00
Thursday | 12:00 - 22:00
Friday | 12:00 - 22:00
Saturday | 12:00 - 22:00
Sunday | Closed

All visitors to public activities within Roodkapje and the guests of the Burgertrut must show a QR code (digital or printed) showing proof of full vaccination, recovery from the Coronavirus or a negative test. (For test locations see www.testenvoortoegang.org // the closest test location to Roodkapje is Doelstraat 251.) 
If you can't show any of these, unfortunately we won't be able to let you in.
You don't have to show a QR code if you only want to stay on our terrace.

Going from party to party to restaurant to café within a day and don’t feel like showing your QR code every time? There’s now a wristband for horeca in Rotterdam. Get yours Friday or Saturday between 16:00 - 23:00 at one of the following locations: Stadhuisplein (crossing of Lijnbaan & Stadhuisplein) • Eendrachtsplein • Centraal Station (Stationshal) • Meent (Meentbrug).Wristbands are valid for one day, they have a specific colour and date on them.

Reservations

We currently do not take reservations.

Burgertrut TO GO

Do you want our delicious food TO-GO? Check the menu here! To order call or use WhatsApp: 06 408 984 75 or just drop by. Tue - Sat 12.00 - 21.00 uur

MENU
Menu

Burgertrut serves the best homemade veggie, vegan and organic beef burgers in town.

Burgertrut is Roodkapje's cosy hamburger restaurant where you can drink, eat and meet others! The best veggie, vegan and organic beef burgers in town are accompanied by a great selection of art, music, coffee, tea, homemade (vegan) cakes, healthy salads and soups. Best of all, the profit of Burgertrut supports the cultural program of Roodkapje.

huilende burger
Photo credits: Lara Arnoldus
Taart
Photo credits: Lara Arnoldus
kapsalon
Photo credits: Lara Arnoldus
Info

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