Events | Quizzing for a good cause

The Globe Quiz: Charity Edition

A charity pub quiz in aid of Children’s Cancer Research. So why not come and support a worthy cause, while showing off your trivia knowledge to your colleagues and friends. The quiz’s many sponsors should ensure there are plenty of spot prizes and a bigger raffle than normal. The normal entry price is 25 kroner per head (maximum five per team), and it’s advised you get to the pub by 18:30 if you want to get a good seat ahead of the quiz starting at approximately 19:30.

Nørregade 43-45 Cph K; Thu (Nov 14) 19:30; 25kr per person; max five per team 

November edition of SMK Fridays

SMK Fridays returns as the stunning museum extends its opening hours for a diverse night of art, music, film, poetry, talks and a street kitchen. The evening’s theme is ‘things’ and centres around artist Haim Steinbach’s new exhibition, The Window. Four short talks will take place and there will be documentary screenings, along with street food prepared by chef Bernard Chesneau and his rolling kitchen – and plenty of beer and wine to make it the perfect art-filled Friday.

Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; Fri 16:00-22:00; Free adm; 

The Artificial Nature Project
Brace yourselves for a highly unpredictable and exciting performance as artists breathe life into the inanimate by throwing materials around the room. Mette Ingvartsen brings us her fourth experimental piece exploring the relationship between the living and lifeless as dancers compose “a body that is no longer made of human flesh, but rather of a floating, flying mass”. Things are bound to get messy as calm contemplative scenes turn into manic chaos.

Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; performances Wed & Thu 20:00; Tickets: 95-165kr;; duration: 70 mins


Bella Center Flea Market

A huge flea market with everything you need and others you don’t anymore.


Center Boulevard 5, Cph S; Sat & Sun, 10:00-17:00; Tickets: over-12s: 40kr, under-12s with an adult: free adm;


Copenhagen Comedy Club November Show

Regulars on the UK comedy circuit, Yianni Agisilaou and Marian Pashley, will be taking the stage for a night of knee-slapping laughter alongside the MC, Paul B Edwards, who is slowly becoming a Copenhagen regular.


Bar 7, Studiestræde 7, Cph K; Wed 20:00; tickets: 150kr (100kr for members)


Verdi’s Requiem

Verdi’s Requiem is performed by the Amateur Symphony Choir, Birkerød Choir and Helsingør Chamber Choir.

Helligaandskirken, Strøget, Cph K; Sun 16:00-19:30; tickets: 120kr;

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