Local news in brief
Loud whistles on May 1
Left-wing activists plan to drown out Helle Thorning-Schmidt in Fælledparken on International Workers Day next Thursday on May 1. The group of around ten people said it would hand out whistles during the prime minister’s speech. Last year, Thorning-Schmidt and other speakers of Socialdemokraterne were booed off stage by the angry audience.
Breivik venue change
CaféTeatret on Skindergade is changing its name to Sort/Hvid and will focus more on international productions. In 2012, the local theatre came under heavy media criticism when it hosted the controversial, but critically acclaimed play ‘Manifest 2083’ based upon the writings of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik.
An innocent Easter egg game nearly ended fatally for a 50-year-old woman in Ganløse in northern Zealand. She was playing an old game where players roll an egg as far as they can without breaking it, but when she ran onto the road to get it, she was hit by a scooter. Both the woman and the driver were then taken to hospital, Nordsjællands Politi reports.