Future is here! Enjoy sci-fi and experimental atmospheres choosing among this week events. Come back to present only to have a glance on shopping.
Brave New World - See dystopian society come to life in TNT Theatre Company’s production of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. The sci-fi masterpiece presents a world built on science where the individual is enslaved by the pursuit of materialism, fashion, lust and narcotics.
- The moonhounds are back with another performance of engaging storytelling. Check out www.cphpost.dk
for a review of their last show
. Highly recommended!
Endless Gratitude - Dig into the vibrant underground art scene and have a chat with the artists after the show! The Festival of Endless Gratitude is for the fourth time inviting anyone with a cultural appetite to share their ideas on a wide range of experimental art. Held at Music House CPH, which was previously used as a clubhouse for the workers of the defunct shipyard B&W, this year’s festival offers an intense musical experience at an intimate setting. The versatile programme includes a concert by Jean-Hervé Péron (on Saturday), the founding member and bass player of legendary German krautrock band Faust.
Music House Cph, Refshalevej 203A, Cph K; Thu (Sep 20) 17:00-02:00, Fri Sep 21, 16:00-05:00, Sat Sep 22, 13:00-05:00; tickets 80-200kr, www.biletto.dk; www.foeg.dk
Celebrity flea market - Prance home in a pair of shoes worn by Danish R&B singer Szhirly, who is among a number of fashionable, semi-famous women selling their fancy clothes at this flea market in the centre of Copenhagen. To entice you even more, there are free treats being provided by delicious chocolate pusher Summerbird for the first 300 guests.
In the yard next to Weekday, Vestergade 27, Cph K; Sat 12:00-17:00; free adm
Inside the bunker - Learn about Danish military history in the Ejby Bunker, which has just opened for the very first time. Play the thrilling game ‘Cold War Spy’ and much, much more. All for free!
Capoeira - Learn the Brazilian martial art, capoeira, with your children. Classes are for adults and their kids aged between 2 and 4 years. The school, which is the biggest capoeira school in Scandinavia, also has classes for older children and adults.