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03 Oct, 2016
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Lego founders remain Denmark's richest family

The Kirk Kristiansen family, who owns the Lego empire, has strengthened its position as the wealthiest family in Denmark, according to… read more

Bieber believers few and far between in Copenhagen

Danish music critics were not impressed with Justin Bieber’s concert at Copenhagen’s Parken on Sunday. Despite his fame and catalogue of… read more

Two men hit by gunfire in Copenhagen

Two men were hit by gunfire at a kiosk in the Copenhagen district of Emdrup on Sunday afternoon, reports Copenhagen Police. The shooting… read more

Rats in Copenhagen thriving thanks to warm weather

The population of rats in Denmark’s capital is on the rise thanks to unusually warm weather and food litter lying… read more

Facebook eyeing data centre in Odense

There is strong evidence that the US social media colossus Facebook is keen on setting up shop in Denmark by… read more


Keeping up with the Jensens: how a sibling rivalry produced literary giants

There were more children than animals in the home of district veterinarian Hans Jensen and his wife, Marie Kristine, in… read more


October Kids: Fun with Dory and Nemo

Finding Dory at the aquarium ends Nov 20, 10:00-18:00; Jacob Fortlingsvej 1, Kastrup; adults 170kr, ages 3-11 95kr; some activities… read more

The real-life tale of Virginia Woolf's forbidden love

Vita & Virginia Oct 28-Nov 19, Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat 17:00; Teatret ved Sorte Hest, Vesterbrogade 150, Cph V; 180kr,… read more

Tickets you should consider yourself doing anything for!

Oliver! Oct 16-23, 15:00; MusikTeatret Albertslund, Bibliotekstorvet 1-3, Albertslund; 200kr, Scene Kunst Skoler’s English co-founder Russell Collins, who directed… read more

The proof of its perfection is its Pulitzer Prize

That Theatre Company founder Ian Burns continues to make stunning choices for his biannual productions, and David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning… read more