Shrimps on the barbie, a body in the library and tea with the vicar

What goes up, must come down … Especially in the Danish summer (photo: Pixabay)
August 15th, 2014 7:05 am| by admin
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Head to the rugby pitches at DTU to watch the clash between rivals Denmark and Sweden in the rugby league Nordic Cup. In the evening, head to the post-match party at Den Glade Gris for cheap beer and good company (DTU rugby pitch, Henrik Damns Allé, Lyngby; Sat Aug 16, 15:00)



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Grab a few friends and rack your brains at the Globe’s famous big quiz night. If you’re lucky enough to beat all the other teams, you could be going home with 1,000kr (Nørregade 43, Cph K; Thu Aug 21 & Sep 4, 19:30)



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Wander around the stalls outside St Albans Church for a number of British goods, homemade treats and books and treat yourself to a barbeque (St Alban’s Church, Churchillparken 11, Cph K; Sat Aug 23, 10:00-17:00) 



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Join the Danish Australian New Zealand friendship society for a truly Australian barbeque in the park. Send your RSVP to danz@venskabsforening-danz.dk and bring your own meat and drinks. (Fælledparken, Cph K; Sun Aug 17, 16:00)



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Fancy a night out? Dress to impress and head down to Nord Night Club for a drink and a boogie with the expats of Copenhagen and Internations. (Nord Night Club, Axeltorv 5, Cph; Aug 22, 21:00-24:00; 20-100kr) 



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Solve a murder at a ‘book signing’ in Hellerup at Books & Company’s murder mystery evening organised by Copenhagen Mystery Company. (Books & Company, Hellerup; Sep 19, 18:30; 200kr)

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