Coming up soon: Lions, lesbians, larks and lannisters

Hello, my name is Lesbian…
Watch the Danish documentary ‘Hello, my name is Lesbian’ with English subtitles. After the screening, a cultural debate will be held in English (Verdenskulturcentret FilmKlub, Nørre Allé 7 room 305; April 19, 16:00-19:30; free adm; meetup.com)

Birdwatching
Attend this Birdwatching’ event where ornithologist Pelle Andersen Harold will be your guide. The starting point is the bird column near Barrow Bridge. Binoculars recommended. (Christiania; April 12, 11:00; RSVP: 6171 0054; free adm)

Food market for Children’s hospice
It’s donation time! Join the Lions Club at Rotunden food market this Saturday to support the opening of Denmark’s first Children’s Hospice this autumn. Some 10 percent of the money raised will go to them. (Strandvejen 64 , Hellerup; April 11, 08:00-18:00)

Game of Thrones
‘Game of Thrones’ fans can watch the  first episode of season 5 for free outdoors. Be sure to arrive early for a good spot and bring snacks and drinks. (Østre Anlæg Sølvgade, Cph K; April 13, 21:30; free adm)

Beer Pong tournament
Drink all the beer you want while participating in this beer pong tournament. There are prizes for the winners and a free beer included with entry (The Rusty Nail, Linnesgade 16; April 10, 19:00-22:00; 90kr)

Harley Davidson Party
Motorbike lovers won’t want to miss Harley Davidson’s party this Saturday. Everyone’s invited to free breakfast, live music, good deals, and even popcorn and bouncy castles for the kids. (Gammel Køge Landevej 84, Valby; April 11, 10:00-16:00)





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