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28 Nov, 2017
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Kundby 'jihad girl' handed eight-year sentence

The 17-year-old ‘jihad girl’ from Kundby has been given an eight-year prison sentence by the Eastern High Court for attempting… read more

Danish News in Brief: Thailand tops list of Christmas holiday destinations for Danes

Although Denmark is touted as the birthplace of hygge, perhaps not surprisingly considering the weather, many Danes like to spend… read more

Last brick in place in political tussle over Copenhagen Municipality mayoral posts

The parties contesting Copenhagen’s municipal election have finally reached agreement on the identity of the new deputy mayors who will… read more

Performance Preview: Howling with laughter with the hound of the banana skins

Did you know that Sherlock Holmes is the most portrayed human literary character in history with 254 appearances? In fact,… read more

About Town: Copenhagen's English-language theatre scene is buzzing!

Ian Burns and That Theatre have announced two extra shows following the completion of their run of  ‘Educating Rita’ on… read more


Peering through a circular lens at Denmark’s point zero for around 400 years

Copenhagen is a city of shapes. From its rectangular lakes and numerous squares to the Trianglen junction in Østerbro, it’s… read more


In between the garish tinsel, gems are waiting to be uncovered

Now that Halloween has past, Christmas is right around the corner and with it lots of festive markets. Inspired by… read more

Opera Review: This elixir masterfully plucks the heartstrings!

On Tuesday, the Danish National Opera premiered one of Gaetano Donizetti’s most renowned operas: ‘L’Elisir d’Amore’. This romantic comedy is often… read more

Concert Review: Gangster Gibbs showcases his gift of the gab

On a rainy night at Pumpehuset, Freddie Gibbs brought the energy, showmanship and lyrical ability to Copenhagen. Backed by a… read more

At Cinemas: The niche of nichts: the perils of making a Danish sci-fi

Too much liberation can be a bad thing. Just ask the Danish film industry. If you thought the script for… read more