Sex and suicide in the city


Whether you have a sweet tooth, a taste for bloody cowboys, a secret passion for animated films or simply just need a good laugh, then it is time to get out and treat yourself to a well-deserved entertaining night with someone you care about.


The City

Why Not Theatre Company are staging The City, a 2008 play by contemporary British playwright Martin Crimp about urban living that is so darkly comic it’s a little unsettling. Directed by Barry McKenna, the play’s themes include infidelity, suicide and the insecurities and anxieties that come with living in a city. Regular member Angela Heath-Larsen is sitting this one out to leave Sue Hansen-Styles on stage in the good company of Andrew Jeffers (Crazy Christmas Cabaret), Vanessa Poole (CTC) and Emilia Poole-Jöhnsson.

Bådteatret, Nyhavn, Cph K; starts Tue, ends April 20, performances Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat 17:00; tickets 140kr, discounts for youths and groups,; 90 mins, over-15s only;


Cupcake baking class

Spend an evening in central Copenhagen learning how to bake and decorate the perfect cupcakes, just like those baked daily at Serenity Cupcakes. The price of the course includes snacks, drinks, and four cupcakes to take home (baked and decorated yourself!). Remember to bring your own apron and register one day in advance. Kids are welcome!

Serenity Cupcakes ApS, Grønnegade 32, Cph K; Mon April 15, 18:00; 300kr; email or call 3311 0921 between 14:00 and 15:00 to register;


Disneyland after Dark: The Wonderful World of Animated Erotica

Film critic and animation expert Nicolas Barbano takes viewers on a journey through the quirky, weird world of animated erotica − a trip that touches on movies from the far west to the Far East, including works never before shown in Denmark. The night culminates in the showing of Francis Nielsen’s full-length feature Le parfum de l’invisible. 

Husets Biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; Thu (March 28) 19:30, tickets 60kr;


English Comedy Night at Kennedy’s

Loud laughs will echo from the basement of Kennedy’s on Thursday at the pub’s fortnightly comedy show. 

Kennedy’s Bar, Gammel Kongevej 23, Cph V; Thu April 4 at 21:00; Tickets: 50kr


Spaghetti Western Night 

eXtase magazine’s editor Nils Markvardsen offers up a bloody Sunday, with a double whammy of violent westerns. The two films were picked as an example of the films that inspired Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. The early showing is The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe, the story of a Chinese immigrant facing the hardship of xenophobia and cattle herding in Texas. The second film is Cut-Throats Nine, a 1972 Spanish flick depicting the dark underbelly of human existence. WARNING: The latter is not for the faint of heart. 

Husets Biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; Sun 14:30, tickets 50kr per film, 70kr for both;

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