Get ready for two student organizations joining forces to bring you a whole day of music! Dormsessions consists of AUC students who give a platform to up and coming bands with their programming. This time not in a dorm, but here at Studio/K. Enjoy live music in SK4 during the day, have some delicious festival food from our kitchen, and finish off in style at the afterparty with ADHDJ playing a vinyl set in Skafé!


Throughout the day there will be bands playing in SK4, with members of our own organizations DJing in Skafé between the changing of bands: 16:00-23:00 Studio/K Soundsystem with sausy b2b LYLO b2b Female Woman, and 00:00-01:00 Zuccaciye b2b Dubestijn.


Lineup for SK4:

16:15-17:00: Beluga the Band

17:30-18:15: Teun

18:45-19:30: My Girlfriend

20:00-20:45: Tummyache

21:15-22:00: Yodel Queen

22:15-23:00: Angry Women & The Clown Collective

23:15-00:00: Milkboy

01:00-03:00: ADHDJ vinyl set in Skafé


For low-income tickets, send an email to [email protected].

Kom luisteren naar een avond vol woordkunst en spannende battles tijdens SLAMsterdam! in /K. Tijdens deze Poetry Slam gaan acht woordkunstenaars elke voorronde de strijd aan. Ze mogen drie minuten slammen – en dan is het aan het publiek om een winnaar aan te wijzen. Op maandag 24 juni vindt de finale plaats. Kom jij kijken, luisteren en beoordelen wie de winnaar is en dus naar het NK Poetry Slam in Utrecht gaat?


Wat? SLAMsterdam! in /K: Poetry Slam

Wanneer? maandag 24 juni van 19:30 tot 22:30

Waar? SK4

Tickets: 7,50 euro

Every last Wednesday of the month we host Jazz in /K. A group of musicians fills our restaurant with some swinging and magical sounds. So, make your dinner or movie night even cozier by watching and listening to the band!


Visit Studio/K and enjoy for free, every last Wednesday of the month, from 10 PM.

/Keti /Koti

On Monday, July 1, we celebrate and commemorate Keti Koti (‘break the chains’) at Studio/K. Together, we reflect on the legal abolition of slavery on July 1, 1863, in Suriname and the Caribbean part of the Dutch Kingdom, and the long-lasting legacy of the colonial system. At the same time, we celebrate and honor the wealth of connection and resistance against it through a film screening, spoken word, and a communal free meal. We begin with a unique screening of a spoken word meditation by filmmaker and wordsmith Ford Curlingford. This work will premiere for the first time as part of this program. The spoken word meditation is followed by a screening of Mama Sranan (Mother Suriname). After the film program, we will serve free Heri Heri, also with vegan option from our own kitchen in the café-restaurant. You don’t need a ticket for this but it’s first come, first served with limited supply, so be quick


  • 16:55 – 18:30 Spoken word meditation by Ford Curlingford + a screening of Mother Suriname – Mama Sranan (2023) by Tessa Leuwsha.
  • 18.30 – 19.30 Free Heri Heri (with vegan option) in the café-restaurant.

Mother Suriname – Mama Sranan (2023)

A woman reflects on her life through storytelling and song. With a stream of compelling, partly colored archive material, we travel with her through Suriname and its independence in 1975, through the Netherlands, and different generations of mothers and children. Filmmaker Tessa Leuwsha illustrates the story of Surinamese women like her grandmother, who was a laundress.  


She was born in 1905 to a white mother and a black father – considered a disgrace at the time. Her father was forced to leave, and her mother ended up disappearing as well. She is insulted as a ‘half-breed’, has to work hard as a child, and slowly becomes aware of the state of affairs regarding Dutch colonial relations (“we work and they watch”). But within these circumstances, she is determined to make the best of her life, even though the father of her children is always working elsewhere for the Dutch. She moves to the bustling capital of Paramaribo, where she raises her children alone.


Mother Suriname – Mama Sranan, is a documentary by Tessa Leuwsha, inspired by her book “Fansi’s Silence”. It was awarded a special mention in the Best Dutch Documentary category at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) in 2023.


Just like every second Tuesday of the month, we will host Comedy/Kafé at Studio/K. This is an English stand-up comedy night for those who dare, organised by comedian Maeva Dolle. Every month different comedians will perform; experienced or not. And anyone can join or watch! So come laugh with us in SK4, the space next to our restaurant.


Tickets are free, but make sure you reserve one beforehand, via our website or at the door. > Tickets sold out on our website? We have limited doorsale tickets available, but be quick, they run out fast!


Heads up!
Your ticket will become invalid 5 minutes after the show starts, so don’t be late!