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31 May, 2017
16° Celsius

The Post | cphpost.dk

News

Denmark scrapping blasphemy law this week

A 151-year-old law that criminalises blasphemy is on the chopping block this week thanks to a parliamentary majority. Government-party Venstre… read more



Copenhagen to host big energy conference

Hundreds of energy ministers, green organisations, companies and experts will descend on Copenhagen next year to take part in the… read more

Mayor pleads for government assistance with Roma problem in Copenhagen

EU regulations on free mobility have allowed a number of subsistence-less persons to come to Denmark, many of whom try… read more





19th century bottled excrement could provide valuable cholera insights

A sealed sample bottle containing liquid excrement from a Danish patient infected with cholera during an epidemic that raged in… read more

Royals teaming up with government for Sweden push

The Crown Prince Couple have joined forces with the foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, and the food and environment minister, Esben… read more





Featured

Remembering Tivoli's founder: a showman with a fondness for champagne and jazzy waistcoats

Sometimes you have to trust the visionaries. Like Kevin Costner’s character in ‘Field of Dreams’. “If you build it, they… read more



Events

Summer's here and the time is right for dancing in the streets

Cometh the first week of June and it’s time for Copenhagen to be transformed into a giant street party –… read more

CPH STAGE: Investigate parallel realities and the afterlife with 'The Society of Lost Souls'

Apart from the content of horror movies and religious depictions of the afterlife, we know very little about parallel realities.… read more





CPH STAGE: WoMAN and WOMAN is a double program exploring femininity

Nominated for a Reumert, WoMAN and WOMAN art two new solo pieces presented as a double program on the subject… read more

CPH STAGE: 'The Letter' is a classic one-man show

Since 1992, The Letter has been performed over 1,200 times, in 37 countries. It’s already a classic that continues attracting… read more