Good weather for sitting on sofas!

Heavenly Days
May 5-8; various locations;

Heavenly Days is an ambitious project aimed at exploring the role of faith in our future society.

The focus is on open dialogue for believers and non-believers with hundreds of events in and around the churches of Copenhagen: everything from debates and workshops to concerts and exhibitions.

The DJ event ‘God goes Deep’ at Vor Frue Church on Friday night is just one example of how Danish churches are used to opening their doors to new experiences.

For those more into dialogue, random sofas in the squares of Copenhagen invite you to sit down and chat with the sofa hosts. Check out the program on the website.

Culture Østerbro 2016
May 8, 14:00-16:00; Østerbrohuset, Århusgade, Cph Ø;

A fair for expats in Copenhagen looking for clubs, evening classes and activities to get involved in during their stay. Few will be able to resist this spread of cultural activities that will help you make the most of your free time.

Elisabeth Leonskaja
May 10, 20:00; Black Diamond, Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; 240kr;

Famed Russian pianist Elisabeth Leonskaja will present a powerful program that includes Schubert’s Piano Sonata nr. 7 in Es-major, Tchaikovsky’s Grand Sonata in G-major and Brahms’ 7 Fantasies.

Art Alive
May 6-7; Louisiana, Gammel Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; 115kr,

For two days Louisiana is hosting Art Alive, a contemporary arts festival that introduces a great number of the artists currently showing in the museum, along with talks, performances and debates.

Når mor og far får tid
May 8, 15:00; Kulturhuset Islands Brygge, Islands Brygge 18, Cph S; 60kr;

It’s not just the Jazz Festival that makes cool cats out of the kids. This concert (ages 2-8) promises beautiful songs performed by Anna Britt Mathiassen with support from Martin Spang Olsen on the guitar.