Things to do

Coming up soon: Gender agenda, Gold spinners and Going out

Ella Navarro
May 1st, 2015

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What to do with your free time in Copenhagen? The International House is hosting an event to teach you how to keep up on the activities that are going on in the city, whether it’s cultural, leisure or volunteering (May 6, 17:00-18:30; Gyldenløvesgade 11, Cph V; sign up at ihcph.kk.dk)

Estonian Film Nights are back.

They will be showing ‘The Gold Spinners’, a documentary about consumerismand pop culture directed by Kiur Aarma. A glass of wine will be served upon arrival (May 6, 18:30; Husets Biograf, Rådhusstræde 13, Cph K; 50kr)


The University of Copenhagen invites you to attend ‘The Gender Agenda in Academic philosophy’ English-language workshop.

Enjoy presentations, networking and discussions, and then debate the issue afterwards (May 5, 10:00; Room 27.0.49, Karen Blixens Vej 4, Cph S)


Are we alone in the universe?

Astronomer Mitch Campbell will be talking about the science behind our search for alien life. Join the discussion and find out (May 7, 17:00; Cafe Retro, Knabrostræde 26, Cph K)


Are you a songwriter?

Show off this Sunday at the Copenhagen Listening Room Open Stage. There are only 14 spots, so be there early to sign up. Artist Fred Seul will perform later in the evening (May 3, 19:00; Onkel Dannys Plads 7, Cph V)



Taste a little of the Brazilian Carnival this Saturday. José Carlos II and Bambamoleque Band will be playing typical Brazilian tunes. You can’t miss the party! (May 2, 22:00; Operaen, Christiania; free adm)


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