Turning life upside down

Fewer in receipt of handouts (photo: iStock)
July 27th, 2014 3:00 pm| by admin
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This street theatre festival turns Danish and Swedish urban life upside down and introduces you to unknown venues via performance, dance, music and art, creating an intimate forum for artistic expression in the city.

Passage
Helsingør and Helsingborg, Sweden; July 30-Aug 3; passagefestival.nu
 



(Photo: danskdanseteater.dk)

Set to the backdrop of the awe-inspiring  police headquarters, the last neoclassical building constructed in northern Europe, this open-air contemporary dance festival features both local and international companies. 

Copenhagen Summer Dance
Police HQ, Politigården, Cph V; Aug 11-17; 60kr; danskdanseteater.dk
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