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March & April Events: CTC bringing the stage to your living rooms

Natalia Joanna Bajor
March 26th, 2021

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The Irish play will be performed live this Saturday (photo: CTC)

CTC presents ‘An Irish Engagement’
March 27, 19:00; free adm; online event via https://fb.me/e/2a8OEfVET
The Copenhagen Theatre Circle has been valiantly bringing live theatre readings into our living rooms during the lockdown. A pre-Christmas production of ‘Much Ado about Nothing’, which involved a huge cast, can still be accessed for your enjoyment via the CTC’s Facebook page. Next up is a belated celebration of St Patrick’s Day: a live reading of ‘An Irish Engagement’, a 1848 play by Walter Watts, which is described as a “farce in one-act”. The reading will be one hour long, and the entire cast (who all auditioned for their roles) will be in costume.

Love in the age of lockdown

April 17; 20:00, online event at Copenhagen Theatre Circle; free adm
Join the live stream of an original one-act Zoom production written by Ellen Paulig, Ente Breed and Kate Pemberton. The play is directed by Ellen Paulig.

Online Open Stage
April 2, 19:00; online event at Copenhagen Theatre Circle; free adm
Open Stage is back for April in its online format. Copenhagen Theatre Circle’s Open Stage event welcomes performers of all genres: poets, storytellers, stand-up comedians, singers, dancers, clowns, musicians, magicians, etc. A call to artists old and new: this is the space you have been looking for to try out your work in front of an energetic and supportive audience.

March 27-April 5; online event at Vimeo; 120kr
The South Bend Civic Theatre presents a virtual production of ‘Copenhagen’, a full-length play by Michael Frayn. In 1941, German physicist Werner Heisenberg went to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr. Together they had revolutionised atomic science in the 1920s, but now they are on opposite sides of a world war. Guest directed by the Acting Ensemble’s executive artistic director Melissa Gard.

Flag football for beginners
March 25, 17:30-19:00; Klubhuset, Ved Stadion 25, Gentofte; free adm
Get in training clothes and play some high-energy flag football. Unlike its older bro gridiron, it’s low contact and all about technique and tactics. Tackling takes place by pulling flags out of a belt around the waist – you’ve got to think fast! You meet the coach at the clubhouse and play next to the athletics track.

Hatha Yoga for all levels
March 30, 17:00-18:00; Frederiksberg, online event; free adm
Sportsklubben 2000 instructors favour Hatha Yoga, spicing their courses with flow and pulse elements, although they do include exercises inspired by other versions. The teaching is online via Zoom. Registration is required no later than 30 minutes before the class starts, after which you receive a link via email.

Danish Tax System Webinar
April 8; 17:00-19:00; online event by danskindustri.dk; free adm
Join the free webinar this spring and get familiar with the Danish tax system.

Transformation Digital Art
March 24-26, 17:30-19:30; online event; 350kr
The Transformation Digital Art symposium is designed as an opportunity to share best practices concerning both artist-led and institutional strategies geared towards the future presentation of born-digital and software-based art. This year the focus of the symposium will be documenting digital art.

NOW Trash Bingo
March 27, 13:00-15:00; Svanemøllen Strand or a beach of your choice; free adm
It’s time for spring-cleaning! Not only do our living rooms, basements and wardrobes need a makeover, but also our coastline. So take your family and friends and join us for our first ever trash bingo. It’s a fun way to spend some time outside and do something good for our planet. All you need to join is a trash bingo card from nordicoceanwatch.dk.

Easter in Tivoli
March 27-April 5; Tivoli, Vesterbrogade 3; from 135kr
For Easter, Tivoli is opening its gates and invites you to adventurous Easter experiences in a garden filled with spring flowers. From March 27 to April 5, and then every weekend over the rest of April, the gardens will be transformed into a colourful Easter universe with activities for the whole family – in compliance, of course, with the authorities’ recommendations.

Virtual Art Classes
March 30, 01:00-03:00; online event (email jil.paint@gmail.com for Zoom link); free adm
The Pink Berets proudly presents, in partnership with the Bihl Haus Arts: Forward Arts program, the opportunity for veterans to express their emotions through the soothing and therapeutic process of painting through arts immersion. This is a non-intrusive and innovative approach to healing that allows participants to learn from a professional art instructor.

Screening: ‘Starci na chmelu’
April 6, 19:30-21:00; Husets Bio, Rådhusstræde 13, 2th, Cph K; 60kr
Screened in Czech with English subtitles, this 1964 classic revolves around the relationship between the charming student Hanka, the boastful premier Honza and the honest and principled, albeit somewhat more peculiar Filip. A tryst in the attic of the school with an insensitive intervention by pedagogical supervision.

Open knitting café
March 25, 15:00; Kulturhuset, Stavnsholtvej 3, Farum; free adm
Come and knit together.  Meet at the knitting café for free knitting and inspiration on the last Thursday of each month.

Copenhagen Harbour Parade
April 5; 00-22:00; online event at Harbour Parade Live; free adm
The Copenhagen Harbour Parade is an inter-artistic floating parade that takes place on Constitution Day in Copenhagen’s inner harbour. Works of art, performances, installations, music and words sail through the harbour entrance in a cornucopia of colours, sounds, impressions and expressions. The scenes can be experienced from land or water.

Make a Japanese pancake
March 27; 13:00-14:30; online event by Emix Shokudo in CPH; 100kr
Japanese cooking class emix shokudo is returning with online cooking classes. You need very simple ingredients in order to join the cooking session from your own kitchen. For this week’s session, we are going to have an online class on how to make a Japanese fluffy pancake with homemade sauce.

Harry Potter
April 3, 19:00; online event at DR Koncerthuset; free adm
Let music and magic merge when the Cinema Festival Symphonics invites you to an enchanting performance in the concert hall, where the audience will be taken on a flight through John Williams’ impressive film music from the Harry Potter series.

Drop-in meditation
Every Mon, 17:00-18:30; online event (Zoom ID: 918 9938 9104); free adm
The meditations are guided by periods of silence. These evenings are a great way to meet others who meditate. Each session contains the following elements: 40 minutes of meditation, tea break and stretch, dialogue, exchange and study about meditation and everyday life with meditation and insight.

Wolfheart & co in concert
April 14; 23:00-02:00; online event at Pumpehuset; free adm
Pumpehuset invites you to an online concert featuring Wolfheart: The Wolves of Karelia. The full line-up for the night is Wolfheart, Mors Pricipum Est, Bloodred Hourglass and Atlas.

Extraordinary Earth
April 13, 18:30; Huset, Rådhusstræde 13, 2th, Cph K; free adm, registration required
Astronomy on Tap is a series of English-language events aimed at making the latest research in astronomy and space accessible to the public. Talks, sometimes a quiz, and plenty of time for mingling. In April they are marking Earth Day with a focus on the interior and atmosphere that make it so special.


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