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28 Sep, 2017
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Wet ’n wild: Rain about to descend in force

Following a few days of decent weather, taking this summer into consideration, you can start unpacking your wellies and umbrellas… read more

Bubble trouble: Housing market across Denmark faces dramatic change next week

There is little doubt that since the recent financial crisis ended, housing prices in Denmark have skyrocketed to a point… read more

Transport News in Brief: Police have distracted motorists in their sights

Mid and west Jutland holds the dubious record for having the highest number of traffic accidents in Denmark. Most of… read more

Game of Thrones concert to soothe your Westeros withdrawal symptoms

Next summer will be hard. Yes, we know winter is coming, but ever so slowly, and Westeros withdrawal symptoms will… read more

Two weeks of CPH PIX featuring children's composers, Carlsberg and the Chocolate Factory

Film geeks rejoice as Denmark’s largest and most gem-studded film festival, CPH PIX, returns through the first half of October.… read more


Claus von Bülow’s reversal of fortune offers hope to sunken sub owner

An eccentric Danish inventor, the suspected murder of a young woman and a crime scene that fits a Sherlock Holmes… read more


Stanley Kubrick: a behind-the-scenes look at the work of a master auteur

In a career lasting around 48 years, Kubrick only made 16 films, so he can hardly be called prolific. However,… read more

Late September Events: Lederhosen and shopping discounts to make you lykke

Octoberfest Sep 28-30, open Thu 17:00-23:00, Fri 17:00-23:30 & Sat 14:00-23:30; Femøren Amager Strand, Cph S; free adm, packages 299-499kr;… read more

Opera Review: Excellent execution of a poorly-aged story

The Danish Royal Theatre’s take on Giacomo Puccini’s ‘Madame Butterfly’ is an exceptional rendition of the classic opera, but does… read more

Opera review: Weaving together the classic and the contemporary as adroitly as Arachne

The Royal Danish Theatre has once again come up trumps with this modern twist on Giuseppe Verdi’s ‘Rigoletto’, which has been… read more