The city is your oyster!

Delicious events to savour and satisfy everyone's appetite!

 

Oyster Week
FOOD (Food Organisation of Denmark) invite you to take part in Oyster Week. This event celebrates the oyster, one of the exquisite ingredients of the rejuvenated Nordic cuisine, which are most commonly caught in Limfjorden and the Wadden Sea

Various venues in Cph, starts Fri, ends Oct 20; www.oysterweek.dk

 

World Press Photo Exhibition
Politiken, in partnership with World Press Photo, is once again hosting the World Press Photo Exhibition, which this year comprises 170 photographs.

Politikens Hus, Rådhuspladsen 37, Cph V; ends Oct 31, open Mon-Tue 13:00-18:00, Wed-Thu 13:00-21:00,  Sat-Sun, 11:00-18:00; tickets: adults 75kr, under-18s 30kr, under-12s free adm, concessions 50kr; www.politiken.dk/kultur, poltiken.dk/foto

 

Mozart evening
Her fresh charisma would win even Mozart over. American violinist Hilary Hahn will give a tribute to the Austrian composer, performing Violin Concert no. 5 A-dur KV 219. Anton Bruckner will give life to the fascinanting magical notes of Mozart’s Symphony no. 9 d-mol Dem lieben, under the watchful eye of conductor Cornelius Meister, in his first appearance with DR SymfoniOrkestret.

Koncerthuset, Emil Holms Kanal 20, Cph K; Thu (Oct 18) 19:00; tickets: 150-530kr; www.dr.dk

 

Baby Fair
Find everything you would need for a baby at this fair. It hosts stands for prams, family cars, books, grooming products, toys and clothing – pretty much everything you’d expect for the expecting.

Øksnehallen, Flæsketorvets, Cph V; open Sat & Sun, 11:00-17:00; tickets: adults: 80kr, under-12s: free adm; www.babymessen.com





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