Singing his praises, songs of praise and Singapore slings to raise

The Dubliner is on Saturday hosting a wake for the popular Copenhagen Celtic player and former John Bull barman Mark Mulholland who passed away recently, aged 49. Join his brothers Joe, Michael and Gerry to give Mark a fitting send-off (first floor of Dubliner, Cph K; Sat Aug 23, 19:00) 



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Children aged 8-12, Danish or English speakers, can join the Copenhagen International Children’s Choir and Danish opera singer Stina Schmidt for singing practice (St Therese’s Church, Bernstorffsvej 56, Hellerup; Wed Aug 27, 16:00; 50kr; cphlove2sing@gmail.com)



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Are you a coder, designer or entrepreneur looking to get some exercise and meet some new people? Go play Floorball with the ‘#cphftw’ meetup group (Hans Tavsens Parken, Hans Tavsens Gade 17, Cph N; Thu Aug 21, 20:00; sign-up via meetup.com)



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Billund Internationals and expats unite! Whether you’re new to the town or and old-timer, enjoy some appetisers and drinks with the Billund Internationals and Friends Meet-up at Bazooka Bar. (Hovedgaden 32B, Billund, Ribe; Fri Sep 5, 18:00; RSVP on Facebook)


If you’re depressed the World Cup is over, you’ll find open arms at the Verdenskulturcentret, where they are screening ‘Superclásico’, a lighthearted Danish romcom (with subs) about football and lost romance (Nørre Allé 7, Cph N; Sun Aug 24, 15:45; free)



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Wander around the stalls outside St Albans Church for a number of British goods, homemade treats and books and treat yourself to a barbeque (St Alban’s Church, Churchillparken 11, Cph K; Sat Aug 23, 10:00-17:00) 





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