At the heart of the Danish Christmas

‘Hygge’ is a very Danish concept that contains so much complexity in its meaning that it’s almost impossible to translate.

However, among its meanings are cosy hangout, bonding time, joyful arrangement and happy pleasantness, which is exactly what this Zeppelin Christmas get-together is.

The Zeppelin theatre has arranged a well-rounded, diverse program that will entertain any Christmas-loving family. 

The woman who hates Christmas, but will make you love it
The delightful afternoon starts with a children’s play about a woman who hates Christmas.

A heartwarming transformation surfaces throughout the play and will change your perspective on family. As your appreciation for the piece increases, so does the appreciation for your loved ones. 

Afterwards, there will be a creative workshop where you will get the chance to design and make your own Christmas decorations. Build personal handcrafts while socialising with other families.

After all the lazy sitting, fun holiday games will be arranged for the livelier children, while adults can casually sip on warm beverages and nibble on Christmas treats. 

Finally, the hygge ends with music – the perfect finishing touch. Participants are invited to join in harmonious song, with no doubt a spot of dancing similar to Christmas Eve.

With such a rich variety of activities, your kids can experience the true essence of the Danish Christmas and create some long-lasting memories.





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