Aaron, Animal Farm, and Arthur

Cold wind is bringing fall´s colour! Enjoy the new Copenhagen's charming look.

Animal Farm – In 1945 the ashes of the Second World War were still warm. Following in the footsteps of Aesop, George Orwell wrote Animal Farm, an allegorical novel against dictatorial governments. The circus company Cikaros has reinterpreted this novel as an acrobatic show based on the work of the English author. Suitable for children aged 6-13 years.
ZeBU Theater, Øresundsvej 4, Cph S; ends Sep 30, Tue & Thu 19:00, Wed, Thu & Fri 10:00, Sat & Sun 16.00; www.zebu.nu

Elvis –This show tries to picture the more intimate and conflicting nature of Elvis Presley, stuck in his image and in the media circus.
Bådteatret, Nyhavn 16Z, Cph K; Mon 20:00; tickets: 100kr; www.festival.goldendays.dk

Grand Opening of Fælledparken – It is not yet time to stay home. Celebrate with Copenhagen the reopening of the Fælledparken with a series of free concerts featuring the likes of Mikael Simpson, DJ Rosa Lux and Åh Abe Koncert.
Øster Allé, Cph Ø; www.facebook.com/Faelledparken247

Arthur Guinness Day at the Irish Rover – Start Arthur Guinness day with Arthur’s Irish breakfast and a pint of Guinness for 100kr between 10am and 12pm, and thereafter for the same price, Arthur’s Irish stew and a Guinness. Enjoy music from 4pm courtesy of the Deano Paddy Band, and then from 10pm by The Rovers Band. Enter the raffle and win a return flight to Dublin, which includes free to the Guinness brewery. The draw is at 11pm and you must be present to win!
Strøget 46, Cph K; Thu (Sep 27), open until late, kitchen open 10:00-22:00;  www.theirishrover.dk

Arthur Guinness Day at the Globe – The Globe is hosting a whopper of a party including live music, festive food especially designed for Arthur Guinness Day, a complimentary Guinness for the toast at 17:59pm. and competitions and prizes including a chance to win a trip to Dublin. As the pub says: “Party like it’s 1759!”
Norregade, Cph K; Thu (Sep 27), from 17:00 until late; www.the-globe.dk

Cosy ‘cause it’s Rikke Svendsen – Simplicity, color and personality: this is the recipe of the work of the dress designer Rikke Svendsen, who owns her shop and workshop in Vanløse. If these three words suit you, don’t miss the flea market that will host her creations. Add another couple of ingredients: a cup of coffee and a cake at Vanløse Spisehus. Guaranteed cosiness!
Frode Jakobsens Plads 4, 1, Vanløse; Sat 12:00-16:00; free adm; 3877 3300, vkh@kff.kk.dk

Peek at your neighbours – Take an exclusive look at the cultural diversity of Copenhagen, as the art project Inside Out 2400 turns an entire street inside out. The gables of the multicultural Møntmestervej are turned into large canvases for video projections, displaying portraits from inside 50 of the street’s homes. Residents in the area represent a wide range of the Danish population: from ethnic Danish families who have lived in the buildings for generations, to immigrants who come from a multitude of different countries.
Møntmestervej, Cph NV; Fri & Sat, 20:30-23:30; free adm; www.insideout2400.dk





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