Coming Up Soon | Knitting, Drinking and Bob Dylan

As was announced – to much excitement – in February, the Museum of Natural History will exhibit paintings by the legendary musician Bob Dylan in a special exhibition that opens on April 17 (Frederiksborg Palace, Hillerød; through July 31; 75kr, 20kr for children)


As part of CPH PIX, see the US movie ‘Drinking Buddies’ while learning about Nørrebro’s microbreweries including samples of a beer made especially for the event (Nørrebro Bryghus, Ryesgade 3, Cph N; April 16, 18:00; 100kr; buy tickets at cphpix.dk) 


The city’s free camp for children, FerieCamp, will be running from April 12-16 during the school break. Activities include parkour, speedstacking, trampoline and yoga (Amager, Bispebjerg, Husum & Tingbjerg, Cph N; daily 10:00-16:00; feriecamp.dk)


With the return of ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ stateside, it seems improvisational comedy is making a comeback. From April 14-20, Copenhagen will host a week of shows, workshops, and open stages around the city (more information at improfestival.dk)


One Tuesday out of every month, non-profit Café Retro in Nørrebro (Jægersborggade 14; Tue April 15, 18:00) leaves out its strikkekurv (knitting basket). Any customer is welcome to try, and for those who haven’t knitted before, they also provide ‘knit-support’


Mads Nørgaard is known for his playful, classically designed clothes – and high prices. Get the former without the latter at the fashion label’s stock sales, held April 10-14 at Nørrebrohallen (Nørrebrogade 208, Cph N; see copenhagenfashionfestival.com for details)