What’s on in December: Something for the queer fish?

Film: Big Lebowski Drink-Along
Dec 12, 19:00; Husets Biograf; 100kr; huset-kbh.dk

Guests are encouraged to dress up for a celebration of the 1998 cult screen classic and match the Dude’s intake of White Russians – nine in all. The entry fee includes a 5cl version. This tends to sell out quickly, so reserve now. (PS)


Performance: A Christmas Carol
ongoing, ends Dec 20; Tue-Fri 09:30, Sat-Sun 13:00; Open Air Museum, Kongens Lyngby; 95-165kr; natmus.dk

The Open Air Museum presents the child-pleasing festive story A Christmas Carol. It’s in Danish, but we’re sure your kids will love Dickens’ supernatural tale. (LAB)

Music: Love amongst ruin
Fri Dec 11, 22:00; BETA, Øresundsvej 6, Cph S; 140kr, billetlugen.dk

Former Placebo drummer Steve Hewitt is the big name in Love Amongst Ruin – but go for more than him. Their electro influences and fearless experimentation are a new departure in rock. (JM)


Quiz:globe christmas quiz
Thu Dec 17, 19:30; The Globe, Nørregade 43, Cph K; 30kr, maximum five per team

The Globe will be full to the rafters as John Kelleher presents its Xmas quiz. So swat up on the gifts in the 12 Days of Christmas and win 1,000 for first place, 500 for second.

Cabaret: Queer Cabaret
Dec 11-12 & 18-19, 20:00; Halmtorvet 11C, Cph V; tickets 150kr; warehouse9.dk

Try something different this Xmas and enjoy the satirical cabaret at Warehouse9. Live music, dance and humorous storytelling with some bubbles included. (EN)


Performance: Il Trittico
starts Dec 3, ends Jan 30; Opera House, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; 195-795kr; kglteater.dk

Experience one of Puccini’s greatest opera masterpieces performed at the Opera House and directed by Italy’s Damiano Michieletto.
Doing justice to Puccini’s emotional touch, the opera consists of three acts: ‘Il tabarro’ in which a couple lead an unhappy life after the loss of their son; ‘Suor Angelica’, which deals with a religious redemption after women breach society’s laws, and finally ‘Gianni Schicchi’ in which greedy heirs cheat their way to inherit a fortune.
The cast includes British star Elizabeth Llewellyn (Porgy and Bess), Johan Reuter and Marco di Felice. (EN)

Performance: The Nisse-Twins
Dec 14 -18, performances start at 10:00; Dansekapellet, Bispebjerg Torv 1, Cph NV; free adm, register at cr9c@kff.kk.dk; recommended age 4-7; dansekapellet.dk

They barely speak – and only communicate in a cheerful mischievous way. However that does not stop them from being highly entertaining.
Through their friendly, funny approach and their rhythm, steps and gestures, they will capture your children’s attention.
This cold Christmas, be amazed by these young male breakdancers and enjoy a spectacular show with a smile on your face.
Although free, there are a limited number of seats, so registration is required. Shows start as early as 10am. (LAB)

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