Will thaw even the coldest hearts

These performances will liven up a chilly October

From choreographer John Neumeier,  The Lady of the Camelias is a story of love crushed by a merciless world in Paris. Remember to bring your tissues, as there won’t be a dry eye in the house. 

Ends Oct 31; Gamle Scene, Kongens Nytorv, Cph K; tickets 95-740kr, kglteater.dk


Photo: kglteater.dk

The Ice Castle

Magnar Åm’s opera The Ice Castle follows Sinn, a complex character searching for a lost girl, and her devoted husband. Based on Tarjai Visaas’s novel, a winner of the Nordic Council literature prize.

Oct 21-26; Operaen Takkelloftet, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; 195 kr, kglteater.dk; in Danish

 


Photo: Arthur Kostler

Ventestedet

Republique’s set of live installations are not for the faint-hearted, as the audience is drawn into a non-stop five-hour psychological evaluation with no speaking and interaction with the actors.

Oct 23- Dec 14; Grønttorvet, Torveporten 10, Valby; 150-250kr, republique.dk





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