Coming up soon: Larping, ladystyling and learning about bourbon and wine

 

Explore the variety of bourbon: floral, fruity, spicy. Learn about its history and try four different kinds. You won’t find a better way to start a Friday night (Oct 23, 18:00; Linnesgade 16, Cph N; tickets 360kr, buy at scandinaviangents.com)

Copenhagen Cultural Network invites you to its Film Club at Østerbro Bibliotek. They’re showing the Danish Dogma film ‘Kira’s Reason‘ with English subtitles. Sign up at their Facebook page. (Oct 25, 16:00; Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 19, Cph Ø; free adm)

The dance classes you never tried! Camila Viancos brings you pachanga, cha-cha-cha (16:00: men & women) and ladystyling (14:30: women only) to entertain you. (Oct 25; Nylandsvej 75A, Frederiskberg; 150kr, cash only; sign up viancos@yahoo.dk)

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Ever heard of Larping (Live Action Role Playing)? Try your hand at everything from wizard schools to Battlestar Galactica adventures. Listen to expert Claus Raasted talk about it at the IT University next Monday (Oct 25, 15:00; Rued Langards Vej 7, Cph S; free adm)

 

(photo: Evan Amos)
(photo: Evan Amos)

Wine tasting for ladies. Enjoy an evening of sweet treats by Cafe Klimt and dessert wines selected by Philipson Wine club (Oct 28, 17:00; Denmark’s Design Museum, Bredgade 68, 1st floor, Cph K; sign up: Lena Abildskov, vinklub@philipsonwine.com)

Two cheerful women laughing and drinking wine in vineyard.

You are clueless, frustrated, and don’t know where to start. Try the Beginner’s Guide to surviving the Danish lifestyle! Sign up in Studenterhuset before all the seats are taken. (Oct 27, 15:00; Købmagergade 52, Cph K; free adm)

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