Coming up soon: Comedy, cooking and the Charleston

Picture one of Leo DiCaprio’s parties in ‘The Great Gatsby’. Yes! Next weekend you have the opportunity to experience one. Get your costume ready and party like it’s 1920 (May 15, 21:00; Halmtorvet 11, Cph V; 140kr, online tickets via the Facebook page ‘Party like Gatsby’)


 

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(photo: iStock)

Lucky Thursday is a holiday because you will probably be hungover! Bitchslap Magazine is throwing a massive spring break party. They are releasing their 23rd issue and want to celebrate it with you. (May 13, 21:00; Enghavevej 80-82,Cph V; bitchslapmag.com)


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(photo: iStock)

The University of Copenhagen is hosting a panel discussion on the ‘Past and Present of Missionary Movements in Africa’. It is open to anyone interested in knowing more about this controversial historical phenomenon (May 12, 15:30; Faculty of Theology, Købmagergade 44-46, Cph K; free adm)


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(photo: iStock)

If you are a literature lover you should join the International Book Club. Short novels will be chosen to discuss every month. The first is ‘The Lover’ by Marguerite Duras. For more information check their Facebook page  (May 12, 19:30; Møllegade, Cph N; 40kr)


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(photo: iStock)

They say laughter is the best medicine. So if you are stressed out, take a break from real life. Join another session of improvised comedy and laugh your troubles away. You’ll feel better! (May 13 18:00; Cafe Nexus, Solbjerg Plads 3, Frederiksberg)


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(photo: iStock)

Do you enjoy cooking? Take part in the One Bowl Community. Either volunteer or dine with them. The whole idea is to pay what you feel the plate is worth (May 13, 3:00; Drejervej 15, Cph N; for more info visit onebowl.dk)

 





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