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Fun things to do this weekend in Copenhagen!

 

Shout out to the world you are against oil and car dependency while you bike nude around the city with Cyclo Nudista. While the nudity is optional – you need to have a passion for the cause (June 12, 18:00; Amagerfælled, Cph S – next to DR Byen Station)

 

(photo: Pixabay)

 

 

Are you a fan of ‘Orange is the New Black’? This Friday, Mix-Copenhagen is organising a marathon to watch the new season. Wear your costume and prepare for surprises (June 12, 19:00; Empire Bio, Guldbergsgade 29F, Cph N; tickets: Facebook page)

 

(photo: Pixabay)
(photo: Pixabay)

 

Shake your booty at this blues dance workshop held by The Joyss this Saturday. The theme is ‘Showmanship and hip rolls’. Afterwards everyone is invited to a picnic in the park (June 14, 11:00-14:00; Forsøgsstationen, Sønder Boulevard 81, Cph V; tickets 100kr)

 

(photo: iStock)
(photo: iStock)

 

There’s probably corners of the city you don’t know or you are just bored of hanging out in the same places. Join Ilenia for a City Walk around Copenhagen to gain a new perspective (June 12, 15:00; in front of Studenterhuset, Købmagergade 52, Cph K; free adm)

 

There’s probably corners of the city you don’t know or you are just bored of hanging out in the same places. Join Ilenia for a City Walk around Copenhagen to gain a new perspective (June 12, 15:00; in front of Studenterhuset, Købmagergade 52, Cph K; free adm)
(photo: Pixabay)

 

Play ‘Doomtown: Reloaded’, a living card game set in Gomorrah. Skilled gamers will teach you the rules from 12:00-13:30. The tournament begins at 14:00 and there are prizes for the winners (June 14, 12:00-18:00; Bastard Cafe, Rådhusstræde, Cph K; free adm)

 

(photo: Pixabay)
(photo: Pixabay)

 

This Friday and Saturday enjoy a piece of France at the Apéritif à la française market at Israel Plads. Enjoy French cuisine, music and products (June 12-13, 10:00-20:00; Torvehallerne, Cph K)

 





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