Festival The Enchantment has been cancelled.
A very painful decison to make because for the first time in 21 years there is no enchanting children's art festival in the Hague. But next year we will be back! During the autumn break from friday 15th until saturday 23rd October 2021, the city of Hague will be enchanted again.
Best autumn holidaybreak of the Netherlands
De Betovering is a cultural festivity, where children are challenged, laugh themselves silly, are moved and surprised, sit on the edge of their seats, outdo themselves and become inspired. A place where their imaginations run free!
Check out the programme and enjoy the best national and international performances or get stuck into one of the fun workshops on offer in nearly every theatre, museum and library, and even in the streets of The Hague.
Hearing-impaired or non-Dutch-speaking
Our No Dutch Required programme offers performances that are visually entertaining and that are not so dependent on spoken word, like shows with a lot of dance or circus. These are suitable for children who speak a different language or are hearing-impaired.
Accessible to all children
Is your child easily overwhelmed or do they have trouble processing stimuli? Attend one of our relax performances and use the low-stimuli zones. Do you lack space financially? Ooievaarspas holders get a 50% discount, and some elements of the programme are free of charge. Many locations are accessible for children with a disability, offering disabled toilets, tactiles and guide-dog facilities.
Safe and according to the guidelines
In the arrangement of the audience in the auditorium, we take into account the applicable safety regulations. The approved youth theater protocol stipulates that adults must sit 1.5 meters apart in the hall, and that children up to and including the age of 12 may fill in the space between them. The 1.5 meter measure for children has been relaxed, because they play a small role in the distribution: children up to and including 12 years do not have to keep 1.5 meters between themselves and adults.
The participating stages and museums follow the guidelines and regulations of the government and RIVM. This means that hygiene and walking routes have been thought in and around the buildings, both for the public, cast and crew, so that they can welcome you in a safe and hospitable way. The elaboration of the rules differs per location. Take a look at their website in the near future: they may ask you not to come too early or you can temporarily only pay with pin.