Theater Gemeentehuistuin

Theater Gemeentehuistuin (Theater Town Hall Garden) is a central square in Heeze where there is something for the whole family to enjoy. There's music and theater for both young and older explorers. Particularly special are the shows by Mad Science, where everyone becomes an inventor. Science and technology are celebrated, and Mad Science demonstrates this through exciting displays, sounds, and hands-on experiences. Additionally, there's plenty of music and street theater to be found in the garden. In short, it's a lively square for everyone to enjoy!


Do I see it correctly? Is that an Antonov An-2? Indeed, even though the front, propeller, and wings are missing, you can simply step aboard for a true boat and submarine tour. And of course, you will really take to the skies, promised! There's space for 25 adventurers. Spectators will be taken along and witness the co-pilot from outside open the bag of tricks to make the performance inside extra spectacular.

At BOOT (visual theater maker and producer Vincent de Rooij, Daan Mathot), it's all about hilarious acting scenes, unexpected twists, spectacular set changes, and absurd optical illusions. Nothing is as it seems.


The theme of this Brabantsedag, 'Eureka!', calls for a spectacular show where you will get acquainted with the highlights of science. Be amazed by the forces of nature and experience explosive experiments. You don't want to miss this!

Mad Science is globally active and brings the love for science in a unique, practical way to millions of people aged 5 to 99! Specially featured today during the Brabantsedag in Heeze.


A pinch of Fellini, a touch of Bach, but generously flavored with 'klezmer.' The brass band Notoire Fanfare brings a mystical musical story. World music wrapped in a 'tableau vivant,' adorned with colorful costumes and their own choreography. From the first note, the twelve members demonstrate a tremendous collective blowing capacity, transforming it into a captivating spectacle. You'll be left wanting more!

NF's performance (with roots in Someren) is comical. As a spectator, you constantly wonder what comes next, which perfectly suits an event like the Brabantsedag. It's truly something extraordinary.


Whether it's a reception, wedding, birthday, party, or today's Brabantsedag festival street theater – Eric Bogers, Wiljan van Gerven, and Werend Berkers are always eager to participate. With the double bass, guitar, and accordion, the trio creates a nostalgic, cheerful atmosphere. The music invites the audience to sing along, but you can also simply enjoy a nice chat.

The repertoire includes well-known sing-alongs in Dutch, English, and a little bit of French. With harmonious melodies, feel free to sing along with all your heart.


No guts, no glory, no legend, no story. That's the motto of the 'Soap Stunters.' They are the stars of the past and the heroes of the present. They bring a stunt that has never been shown live before, but also has never been able to be performed live under these circumstances. Until today! No doubt, today they will achieve hero status and make history. You definitely want to be there!

In front of the entire Brabantsedag audience: "Tada, esteemed audience, you are witnesses to a truly heroic act." Applause for the 'Soap Stunters.'


Gleaming saxophones and trumpets, sweaty musicians. The brass band is back in full swing. Six different brass players, two percussionists, and a frontwoman alternate pumping instrumental dance numbers with engaging sing-along moments for young and old. From Tina Turner's swinging 'Proud Mary' to a mashup by the French DJ duo Daft Punk.

Go all out with AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Muse, or Ed Sheeran's 'Perfect.' Pay homage to the Belpop song 'Vive la Belgique,' or how about a true retro Techno medley? Come and discover it for yourself!


Mary Jane is a rocking four-piece band with a repertoire spanning the past thirty years. Think: Bruno Mars, Nirvana, U2, Anouk, Maneskin, Triggervinger... The band name is derived from Alanis Morissette's groundbreaking album 'Jagged little pill' from 1995. So, naturally, a tribute is also part of it.

It's going to be a party again!