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Chapelle de Boondael

Address :

Square du Vieux-Tilleul, 10
1050 Ixelles

Access :

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Description

Located in the south of Ixelles, in the heart of the Boondael quarter, this former chapel, which has been desecrated, now hosts exhibitions, concerts and cultural events. Overlooking the square and its 200-year-old lime tree, the chapel is a place in the neighbourhood with a warm and intimate atmosphere.

Capacity

100 pers.

Possible events

Exhibition

Concert

Conference

Rehersals

Occupancy

Every day between 9am and midnight, subject to availability.

Location / access

Square du Vieux-Tilleul, 10 – 1050 Ixelles

Contact

Municipality of Ixelles – Culture Department

Email : culture@ixelles.brussels

Tel : 02 515 64 63

Technical contact

Philippe Le guével

Email : ple@scenology.be

Tel : 0488 80 83 12

History

William of Hulstbosch (1434-1485) belonged to a family of farmers who had lived in Boondael for a long time. He had a small chapel built in Boondael, at the place called “Borrestichele”. It was enlarged in 1474 so that it could accommodate more people.

At the end of the 15th century, the chapel became the property of the Oath of the Arquebusiers of Brussels.

Like all the houses in the hamlet, it was damaged twice during the Wars of Religion and was restored each time. Enlarged in 1658, the old sanctuary was completely rebuilt in 1842 by Petrus Vandenbranden and his assistants. A diamond-shaped plaque on the façade mentions the main changes that had taken place: “Aedif 1463” (year of the first construction), “Auct 1658” (year of the enlargement) and “Reaedif 1842” (year of the construction of the present building).

The present chapel was the parish church of the hamlet until 1941, when the church of St Adrian was consecrated. Inside, the bricks laid at different times have been exposed and remineralized to prevent them from crumbling.

Stage

Stage opening:
Stage depth:
Height under stage grid:
Height of stage frame :
Stage height:
Stone floor (black shade)
4,40 m
7.35 m rounded back wall
irregular side walls 4.40 m
m
5,10 m
0,39 m
14,5 m
0,39 m

Dressing room and facilities

Dressing room (4 m²) with WC

Kitchen with fridge and sink next to the stage in the courtyard

Technical equipment

List on request

Additional equipment

4 tables

4 side tables

95 chairs

Rates

Room occupancy, per day

This fee includes the occupation of the room and basic equipment as well as the presence of a room manager for a period of 8 hours, between 9am and midnight.

600€

Additional costs

Overtime per hour, minimum 2 hours

Exceeding the time limit may not be considered as implicit authorisation to continue the activity beyond the time limit agreed in the occupation agreement.

75€

Tuning and use of the piano, per service

80€

Use of the video projector (2000 lumens), per service

100€

Discounts

 

– Non-profit organisations with their registered office in Ixelles

– Schools located on the territory of the municipality

25 %*

On the cost of occupying the hall, excluding equipment

 

– Inhabitants of Ixelles

– Municipal staff

10 %*

On the cost of occupying the hall, excluding equipment

 

– Municipal services

Free