The 48-hour party people

Spring has come to take you out on a journey of the Danish night life, so there's no time to sleep. Whether you prefer sipping colourful coctail in your stilettos at a fancy bar or hit the pub for some pints with the guys, the party people are ready. So what are you waiting for?

48-Hour Nørrebro Festival

48 TIMER consists of over 50 different events across the entire neighborhood. Free to the public, the events include outdoor concerts, a parade, a Mexican backyard bash, and art installations. 

Various venues, Cph N; starts Fri April 19, ends April 21; free adm;


Assitej Children’s Theatre Festival 

During this free week-long annual festival on the islands of Mors way down south past the southernmost tip of Zealand, children and adults alike can experience a wide range of theatre productions. Aimed to present Danish performing arts to create cultural awareness, children will be able to easily access multiple genres while spending quality time with parents. 

Nykøbing Mors, Mors; starts Sun, ends April 21; free adm; see for more information 


Thriller Live!

This is more than a musical, it’s a concert that will take the audience on a thrilling musical journey through the Michael Jackson iconic song catalogue. You can’t beat it. 

Falconer Salen, Falconer Allé 9, Frederiksberg; Sat 20:00; Tickets 515kr



The Reumert award-winning group Flyvende Grise are performing their silent tribute to pre-talkies cinema with text in English. 

Frederiksbergscenen, Smallegade 2, Frederiksberg; Mon 20:00; tickets 75-200kr, 7027 2272; 60 mins without interval;;


New English High Tea Salon 

Set against the beautiful background of the Bagsværd Lake lies the extravagant Aldershvile Castle Pavilion, the perfect setting for Copenhagen’s new English tea salon. The Salon is inviting everyone to come and celebrate its grand opening next week where media and friends will be treated to a wide selection of items from their high tea menu. These items include: homemade cakes, sandwiches, scones, ice-cold champagne and, of course, tea. 

Aldershvile Slotspavillon, Slotsparken 30, Bagsværd, Mon 15:00-19:00; register at by April 11


Friday Night Skate

Next Friday marks the first of the fortnightly evening skates. Occurring every second Friday from April-September, participants are able to skate through Copenhagen in the middle of the street with a large group of people. Closed off to traffic, skaters are encouraged to take the 18-21 km route at their own pace to experience Copenhagen in an entirely different way! 

Solbjerg Plads, Frederiksberg, Cph; Friday 19 April, 20:00-22:00; free adm


Irish Rover Pub Quiz featuring the CTC

Smack in the middle of Strøget, the Irish Rover’s pub quiz starts with a bang: a performance round by five members of the CTC, including Josh Shires who played the genie in Aladdin, who will perform scenes from five films. Throughout the night, there are spot prizes, including one for individual who gets closest in the individual Snowball question at the end of the night. After which Ray Weaver will be performing in the downstairs bar. 

Vimmelskaftet 46, Cph K; Thu 18 April, 19:30; 20kr pp, max five per team


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