Coming up Soon: Photos, pies, potential partners and posers in your pants

Cafe Retro is hosting a quiz night entitled ‘Music Quiz-in-your-Pants’. As you might’ve guessed, you’ll be able to swing by in the evening and take part in a little quiz that’s sure to test your knowledge of music (Feb 24, 19:30, Knabrostræde 26, Cph K; cafe-retro.dk)

Treat yourself to cocktails and pies at The American Pie Company. In collaboration with an award-winning mixer, Anna Heilmann-Clausen, the entire event is for free, so swing by for some authentic pie and world-class cocktails! (Feb 18, 17:00-19:00, Skindergade 25, Cph; theamericanpieco.com)

Searching for love or looking for new friends? Here’s your chance at a speed-dating event held by the ‘Single Expats in Denmark’ meetup.com group. The age range is 26-38 and you’ll have to buy a ticket for entry, so what’s keeping you! (Feb 18, 19:00, Kronprinsensgade 6, Cph K; meetup.com)

Keep up to date with culture and leisure activities at this free International House Copenhagen event and meet other internationals in the area! (Feb 18, 17:00-18:30, Gyldenløvesgade 11, Cph V; ihcph.kk.dk)

photo_cph is hosting another social meetup for international photographers in Copenhagen where you can drop by and show off all of those snaps clogging up your hard drive (Feb 20, 13:00, Sankt Peders Stræde 1, Cph; meetup.com)

Do you think you know enough to win a thousand kroner? Well, how about coming to the Globe and participating in their Big Quiz Night where you can win a rollover of 4,000kr (Feb 18, 19:00, Nørregade 43, Cph K; the-globe.dk)





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