A Shoe To A Kill
This wartime production chronicles a mother's struggle to bring her soldier boy home during World War I. Brussels' Irish Theatre Group will put on the play, which was written and directed by Patrick Maher.
Tickets will go on sale in February. Visit the Irish Theatre Group website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The TEDx event “The Sustainable Future” will be held on Friday, March 28 from 13:30 – 18:00 at St. John’s International School in Waterloo.
The event, in partnership with the European Commissioner for Energy and Accenture, features an impressive list of speakers from across the sustainable energy spectrum: corporate, academic, regulatory and entrepreneurial leaders will talk about the current state and future outlook. The event will be live streamed globally.
Only 250 tickets will be sold for this event and are now available at www.tedxsustainable.com.
Simultaneously, there will be workshops for 14-16 year old students from schools around Europe. They will be selected based on ideas submitted for a future sustainable energy product that will impact the world. The workshops will be run by science teachers, to explore the concept of sustainable energy and invent new methods and applications for the future.
Degand, one of Brussels' premier department stores for men's fashion, will start supplying shoes made by the bootmaker, John Lobb.
Kings and celebrities, including Prince Charles and Sean Connery as James Bond, have worn John Lobb shoes and the company has tailored to the most exclusive sort of customers for decades.
The elaborate shoemaking process begins with making a mould of the customer's foot (called a last) that the shoe is built upon, which helps create a shoe that follows the exact contours of the customer’s feet. The complete proces takes 60 hours of labour and involves 190 steps.
With more than 300 styles, the customer can then choose from a predesigned model, or design a shoe and pattern to their liking. John Lobb uses only the finest Italian leathers.
Degand will also sell ready-to-wear John Lobb shoes, including some of their more well-known models, such as the Saint Crépin, a shoe that's made from one cut of leather.