It’s harvest time!

Open up your heart to the beauty of autumn!

Celebrate the harvest –October is harvest month! Venture north of Copenhagen up the coast to Humlebæk to celebrate and enjoy the generous gifts of earth: light and dark beers, potatoes, sausages, a guided tours of the brewery and malt house, and much more.

Aarstiderne, Krogerup Avlsgaard, Krogerupvej 3, Humlebæk; Sat 14:00-24:00; tickets (includes buffet) 175kr; www.aarstiderne.com

 

Harvest picnic – A great event for all the family to attend to celebrate the harvest. Pick berries and other fruits, and bake flatbreads over an open fire. Let autumn’s colours captivate your hearts!

Karens Milde Kulturhus, Wagnersvej 19, Cph SV; Sun 10:00-14:00; free adm; www.sydhavnstippen.dk

 

Album Covers: Vinyl Revival – With over 400 LP covers, this survey exhibition explores the stylish visual culture of classic album covers. From hand- drawn record covers of the 1950s to the present day, the exhibition has something for everyone. Album art from jazz to classic rock, from pyschedelia to fantasy landscapes, are included in this design survey.

Denmark’s Design Museum, Bredgade 68, Cph K; starts Oct 11, ends 13 March; open Tue 10:00-17:00; tickets: 75kr, under-18s free adm; www.designmusuem.dk

 

I believe I can fly! – Entrust your children in the hands of some professional circus artists who will teach them how to juggle, move like an acrobat and even try some trapeze.Great experiences, challenges, laughter and satisfaction, guaranteed!

Cirkusmuseet, Hovedporten 6, Hvidovre; Sun 11:00-12.30; tickets: adults 50kr, children free adm; 3649 0030, cirkusbyen@hvidovre.dkwww.cirkusmuseum.net

 

Out of the Dark – Scandinavian Female Directors -Come and enjoy the works of some of the most influential female directors of the last century. Includes screenings of Child Prohibited by Sweden’s Marie-Louise Ekman, and the Norwegian film Wives by Anja Breien.

Husets Biograf, Magstræde 14, Cph K; Sun 18:00; free adm

 

Manifesto 2083 – Based upon text from mass-murderer Anders Breivik’s manifesto, this co-production with Dramatikkens Hus in Oslo is a look into the motives of the man responsible for the 77 dead and 158 injured in the 2011 Norway attacks.

Café Teatret, Skindergade 3, Cph K; starts Thu (Oct 11), ends Nov 14, Mon-Fri at 21:00, Sat 17:00; tickets: 145kr; www.cafeteatret.dk