Fili the moment and make some NOiSE
Artists from the Philippines and Denmark share Filipino history and culture with Copenhagen’s community at P-NOiSE Festival, combining multiple media forms to create a feast for the senses. The visual segment kicks off at 17:00 with art installations, photography, paintings and videos in the foyer of Dansehallerne. Later, catch performances from contemporary dancers and tribal firedancers, world music band TALAHIB, and vocals combining classic and contemporary Filipino singing. Filipino street food will be sold during the festival, and the festivities conclude with a DJ and after-party.
Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; Sat 17:00-02:00; tickets: 75-100kr, students: 65kr, under 15s: free adm, www.billetto.dk; www.p-noise.com, www.dansehallerne.dk
Triplex & Warm-Up #19
Enjoy this ballet double bill. Triplex combines music from Bach and choreography by Tim Rushton, the artistic leader of the Danish Dance Theatre. While Warm Up #19 is a new piece by US dancer-choreographer Stacy Dennem.
Tivoli Pantomime Theatre, Vesterbrogade 3, Cph V; Tue & Wed 19:00; free with entrance to Tivoli
HC Andersen Adventure Show
While you may have grown up with HC Andersen’s classics, you’ve never seen fairy tales like this! Six of the writer’s most beloved stories, including The Princess and the Pea and The Ugly Duckling, will come to life at Tivoli in a modern show that combines song, dance, theatre and digital scenography. Actor Nikolaj Lie Kaas of Angels and Demons appears as the virtual storyteller, while a cast of 15 world-class performers from around the globe and Denmark take the stage. Singers Søren Huss and Coco O of Danish duo Quadron lend their musical talents as well.