That time in our lives when everything is wrong

Amager Bio, Øresundsvej 6, Cph S; May 19, 15:00, 40-80kr

All That is Wrong

Springfestival assembles world-class theater for children from all over the world. But this year, unpredictable performance art collective Ontroerend Goed and multisensory children's theatre company Laika will perform a work at the festival that's recommended for those older than 16.

All That is Wrong deals with the modern coming of age. In the first two, performer Koba Ryckewaert was a child. But now she is 18… with all of the worries that come with growing up. It's easier not to talk about them, though. 

Instead, she writes about them – on the floor and walls of the theatre. Experience the end of childhood for yourself, live. 


Forum, Julian Thomsens Plads 1, Frederiksberg; May 22-24; 375-475kr

(Photo: Søren Meisner)

The international sensation is back in Denmark for the seventh time – but if you want to witness the spectacle of fiddles and high kicks, act quickly! It’s expected to sell out, just like many of the last six visits did. 

Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci 

Store Scene, Kongens Nytorv, Cph K; May 17-June 10; 125-795kr

(Photo: Miklos Szabo)

Norway and Denmark may not be that hot-blooded, but their opera companies are taking you to torrid Sicily. Mia Stensgaard’s set, catchy melodies and themes of murder and jealousy link the two operas into one perfect evening.