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For all our interaction, we might as well live in a zoo

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I saw Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story (see G2 for details) when I was 16 and was blown away. It was intriguing and gripping – not bad for a play written in the 1950s. It sure beat most of the contemporary cinema of its time, although the same could be said about the work of Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams. I had been meaning to recommend it to Ian Burns as the perfect play to do. Two-player vehicles make good sense financially, and you limit the possibility of casting somebody in a lesser role who’s no good. So when he told me he was doing it, I wasn’t surprised and for a second even thought it was my idea. Isn’t it always annoying when that happens, with an idea, or even just in general conversation – I guess how much it affects you depends on the size of your ego. Albee’s still alive, and at 83 years of age is only seven short of overhauling Miller, who lived until he was 90. Not sure whether there’s a connection, but it must be satisfying to write an endearing piece of thea-

tre, knowing the amount of joy it will give to not only audiences, but also drama groups. However, it’s surprising to learn the Arts Council withheld funding. “I received a reply from the Arts Council who could give us 2,000 kroner a day to help cover the cost of renting Krudttønden,” explained Burns. “But they decided that 500 kroner was enough because the play had no relevance, was too old and not on the cutting edge.” It sounds like they used one of those ‘literary worth’ graphs that Robin Williams’ character lampoons in Dead Poets Society. It really does beggar belief given the amount of unauthentic rubbish that passes for theatre in this country. Elsewhere this week, we’ve got another edition of the culturallyrich Art, Food and Wine (see G9) to look forward to; MIX, the gay and lesbian (and don’t forget the transsexuals – they are critically key this year) film festival (see G18); the start of the Wundergrund Festival (see G8); and a review of Reinwald’s Restaurant (see G13), where over the next two to three weeks you can, if you’re brave enough, eat bear. Yes, Winnie, Rupert, Yogie and Boo Boo – they’re all on the menu, and apparently they taste greaaaat. A bear barbecue – sounds like a zoo story that’s very cutting edge indeed.


The Zoo Story

Krudttønden, Serrdslevvej 2, 2100 Cph Ø; starts Wed, ends Nov 26, performances Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat 17:00; tickets 165kr, under-25s 95kr, groups (minimum of eight) 145kr, further discounts for under-25 groups; www.billetten. dk,, 7020 2096; contact 2840 0723, pr@that-theatre. com;; 65 minutes with no intermission; recommended for 15 years of age and above THINK ABOUT the last time you talked to a stranger. It was probably a simple exchange. Perhaps someone held the door open for you and you thanked them, or you had to ask for directions. Now think about the last time that you really talked to someone you didn’t know. Where you talked about something more interesting than the weather. When there was no underlying purpose to the conversation apart from the desire to connect and share our mutual experiences. In the modern age, we are constantly sharing ourselves with other people. Facebook, Twitter, blogs and other networks enable us to communicate constantly with one another, without restriction. However in this maze of inane information sharing and self-publication, have we lost the ability to meaningfully communicate in person? Have we no desire to meet those who move outside the tightly-knit social circles in which we operate? Has the spontaneity of conversations with strangers been lost in the haze of our relentless technological progress? With their latest production, THAT Theatre Company aims to provoke and stimulate discussion around these questions and ideas. They are staging The Zoo Story by Edward Albee. Written in 1958, the one-act play has a simple premise. Peter, a middle-class publishing executive and family man sits on a bench in Central Park. Jerry, a lonely and eccentric younger man, strikes up conversation with him, provoking the reluctant Peter to think about the comfortable bubble that he lives in. The play is a dark comedy and is furiously paced in the lead-up to its epic conclusion. Despite being a few years past its 50th anniversary, The Zoo Story remains as pertinent now as it ever was. Ian Burns, the artistic director of THAT Theatre Company, provides a simple explanation. “The human condition hasn’t changed much over the past 50 years since the play was written. Facets of greed, love, passion and ambition are the same.” Peter’s character, a man who

Performance Tosca

Store Scene, Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, 1438 Cph K; performances 20:00 on Sat, Mon, Wed, Oct 28, Nov 4, Nov 7; tickets 95-1,045kr; 160 mins incl break; www. Sex, death, and jealousy permeate this stripped-down, but highly moving presentation of Puccini’s classic opera. The set design by Karin Betz and lighting design by Jesper Kongshaug capture the dark atmosphere of Tosca. Each of the three acts features colour-co-ordinated lighting, with deep reds or dark blues bathing the stage to match the emotional musical cues of the orchestra and opera singers. BF

A chance meeting between two men - Ian Burns and Borgen’s Adam Brix - leads to high tension

would prefer to ignore the problems of the outside world in favour of his domesticated life, resonates deeply with the current dissent seen through worldwide protests. People are starting to see that Peter’s mindset - one of individualism over community - forms the backbone of a broken social system. A growing lack of communication in society means that those on the fringes are increasingly ignored and marginalised. Burns suggests that the dangers of this ignorance came to the fore with the recent riots around the UK. He sees the essence of the play and its relation to the human condition in its animalistic title. “Beneath the surface of the most liberal person lies the animal that is prepared to defend its territory - the play could be called ‘The Human Zoo Story’,” he says. At its heart, The Zoo Story is our story, as beneath all our cultural sophistications and technology, we remain animals. We are wary of the unknown and often unwilling to give up our territory by sharing meaningful conversation with a stranger. This production was partly inspired by the work of British sociologist Theodore Zeldin. His Muse Foundation organises various events designed to get people talking and connecting. ‘The Feast of Strangers’ is one such event where diverse groups of people are invited to a public place. They are then

Così fan tutte

Store Scene, Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, 1438 Cph K; performances at 19:30 (unless stated) on Tue, Thu, Oct 30 (15:00), Nov 2, Nov 6 (15:00), Nov 10, Nov 19, Nov 21; tickets 95-795kr; 180 mins including one intermission; in Italian with Danish supertitles; www.kglteater. dk Ranking among Mozart’s most memorable works, Così fan tutte starts with a cynical old philosopher who makes a wager with two officers, claiming he can prove that their girlfriends, like all women, are fickle. But while for reasons not unrelated to its risqué nature and views on fidelity, many of its custodians have been compelled to bowdlerise it, this is about as delightful as opera buffa gets. KRG

Det Forsomte Forar

randomly paired up with another participant and given a menu of conversation topics. What happens next is up to them. A similar project was tested by DSB in Copenhagen last spring. A ‘conversation compartment’ was set up on the B+ line with a similar format, albeit this time the passengers were not prepared. The experiment was not well received, indicating the reluctance of Copenhageners to communicate with strangers in such a setting. This spurred THAT Theatre Company to plan a post-show debate at The Zoo Story premiere on October 26. The debate will include a panel of academics and journalists discussing this notion of ‘communication with a stranger’ and the reluctance of many to do so in this day and age. In light of its current societal significance, it is surprising that the Arts Council has slashed funding to this production, citing the play’s age and “irrelevance”. “Why do Shakespeare then?” Burns asks. In any case, THAT Theatre Company’s production of The Zoo Story is certain to raise provocative questions about the nature of our society and its continual evolution. After seeing the show you might never see your daily metro ride in the same way again.

Store Scene, Sankt NEW Annæ Plads 36, 1250 Cph K; starts Wed, ends Oct 28, performances at 12:00 & 20:00; Tickets 150kr; 3369 6969; To music by orchestral group Hess Is More, the Royal Ballet’s adaptation of Hans Scherfig’s classic novel follows a group of students as they struggle against their formidable Latin teacher, Professor Plum. Classic themes such as bullying, love, puberty, formation of cliques and loneliness are brought to life in the performance by these young dancers. The drama is mixed with a little absurdity and humour, using body language, narration, new music and emerging talent to present a theatre piece that will appeal to all kinds of learners in its immediacy. AK



Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; Fri 20:00; Tickets 130kr, concessions 60kr, www. Transparency’s cast have backgrounds in gymnastics, martial arts, ballet, and contemporary dance, and the performance is suitably ecletic - entertaining but a bit lazy in its approach to the main theme. FBP

Wallman’s Dinner Show

Cirkusbygningen, Jernbanegade 8, 1609 Cph V; performances Thu-Sat 18:30-23:00; adults 495-815kr, under-12s from 258kr; 3316 3700; info.; A group of dancers all expertly showboating in dance, song, instrument playing and magic, while attending to your table. SC



21 - 27 October 2011 This one’s 4 girl power 4’s (i) 1

Lille Carl, DANSEhallerne, Pasteursvej 14-24, 1799 Cph V; starts Wed, ends Oct 29, daily performances at 19:00; Tickets 130kr, students 60kr; 3586 8600; THIS IS A programme intended to add up to more than just the sum of its parts. Consisting of four solo pieces curated by Marylise Tanvet, the theme of 4’s (i) 1 is one of feminine strength, with all four pieces representing a diverse range of not only dance, but female experience. The international backgrounds of the dancers are heavily stressed in the performances, where the overall goal is to combine four different life experiences and have them all in one room at the same time in Denmark. The dancers and choreographers come from four different cultural backgrounds, each one split again through experience: South Africa/Italy, the Netherlands/Africa, Israel/Denmark and French-Caribbean. These experiences are then weaved together by Tanvet, who will serve as a guide while the audience observes a cultural exchange in the form of dance. With all four dances exploring

Exhibitions The Pervert NEW

Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Cph V; open Tues-Fri 11:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; Leipzig-based Christoph Ruckhäberle presents a new series of paintings. The German’s paintings most often show graphically rendered figures in various situations that at first appear normal, but on closer inspection can seem strange. A celebratory dance, a picnic, or walking down the street becomes an opportunity for Ruckhäberle’s expressive style and eccentric colour scheme to pull viewers in, closer to the canvas. BF



Galleri Jules Julian, Palægade 7, Cph K; starts Oct 28, ends Dec 3; open Tue-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 11:0014:00; German painter Gerhard Rießbeck presents a series of new paintings about the northern hemisphere. The stark, white paintings of Arctic landscapes are based on his own expeditions with polar explorers and scientists. However, the paintings are more expressions of the austere environment than exact representations. BF

the idea of identity, the intention of the programme is to present four differing perspectives that combine to form into a unifying purpose and message. The programme begins with Tanvet, who represents the France/Denmark perspective on the power of women. Her piece, entitled Good Evil, lasts 15 minutes with music from Joachim Holbek. The piece is about the revolt of a generous but naïve woman against her surroundings and the condemnation that follows. The dance is split into three parts with each one exploring the topics of fear, confrontation and reflection. Ultimately, Tanvet’s piece is about the test of personal strength in the face of adversity. Tiziana Fracchiolla, an Italian born in South Africa, follows Tanvet with Two Feet Up and Down Ahead, a 17-minute solo with music from Natalino Otto originally composed by Jørgen Teller. Fracchiolla, who worked as assistant choreographer for Show Boat at The Royal Albert Hall in London, has also created two works for the Copenhagen International Summer Ballet. Following Fracchiolloa is Esther Wrobel from Israel and Denmark, whose five-minute solo is a combination of animation, music and vertical dance entitled The Room, which explores different perceptions of

reality and surrealism. “It is a question related to what is ‘real’ and how many different ‘reals’ can we experience in one small space,” Wrobel writes on her website, estherwrobel.weebly. com. “It opened a deep curiosity regarding surrealism and is a joyful experience that isn’t over.” Capping off the performance is Wubkje Kuindersma from the Netherlands. Her 15minute solo, Familiar Stranger, is accompanied by music from Bach, Nina Simon and Alva Noto. Kuindersma has been teaching modern dance and ballet at Dansenshus Kopenhagen since April of 2010. Accompanying the dancers is a video installation as well as a conceptual set-up on stage to help each dancer to transmit their specific message. Between each piece, Tanvet will create transitions during the four sound checks that are intended to connect each dance to each other via the sounds of a clock, rain, voices or steps. The solo dances of all four empowered women, with assistance from Tanvet’s inter-piece transitions, are all set to take place on different spaces of the stage with all of them meeting at one point in space, not unlike the meaning behind 4’s (i) 1.

Entangled in the Amber Glow of a Weary Woven World

Meir Tati: Action number 7



David Risley Gallery, Bredgade 65A, Cph K; starts Oct 21, ends Nov 26; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; Keith Tyson (UK), recipient of the 2002 Turner Prize, presents four new artworks based on his research into how systems function. Tyson creates drawings, paintings, sculptures, and large-scale installations as part of his expansive art practice. The title of this exhibition refers to the worldwide web, one type of system used by many every day. Tyson explores the poetics of the web, and other computer-based systems, by using their logic as the basis for his art. Tyson is currently the artist in residence in the Department of Particle Astrophysics and Theoretical Cosmology at Oxford University. BF

Myths of the near future



Photography Center, Pasteursvej 14 1. sal, Cph V; starts Oct 14, ends Nov 20; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Thu 11:00-20:00; tickets 25kr; This group exhibition focuses on the work of eleven young Danish photographers. The show explores the current trends in photography. Images taken from everyday life with a film camera are displayed next to highly-staged digital images promoting a diversity of aesthetics in the photographic world. This group of young photographers are busy making their mark in the international photographic community. BF

Rohde Contemporary, St. Kongensgade 110B, Cph K; starts Oct 24, ends Nov 5; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00 and Saturday 12:00-15:00;, Israeli artist Meir Tati’s solo exhibition, Action number 7, is inspired by the book ‘Drawings from the Gulag’ about life in the communist labour camps.



IMO, Ny Carlsberg N Vej 68, Cph V; starts Oct 28, ends Nov 26; Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; A new multimedia exhibition presenting artwork by nine international artists and art groups, curated by Toke Lykkeberg and Julia Rodrigeus. The exhibition looks at the role of the face in contemporary society. The curators were inspired by internet culture and human/computer interface design. The phrase ‘facetime’ reflects how much time we spend in front of a computer screen. Facetime looks at face-to-face interaction, via the computer screen and in person. Video chat, Skype, webcams, and even a new iPhone application actually called ‘FaceTime’, have changed the way people communicate today. BF


Ouch! From the bulge in the trousers, can we presume this is a man being overpowered by feminine strength


Museum of Copenhagen, Vesterbrogade 59, Cph V; ends 31 Jul 2012; open daily 10:0017:00; tickets 20kr, under17s free adm, Fri free adm; Like most urban centres, Copenhagen has an interesting relationship with trash. For example, Amalienborg Palace in the heart of the city is built on top of an old landfill. According to Skrald! (or Trash!), we throw out more trash than previous generations. Another interesting fact: the most common piece of litter lining city streets are cigarette butts. The exhibition includes several hundred objects, photos, and engravings about the history of trash here, along with interactive educational installations. BF

He Chose the Wrong Career

Gallery Poulsen, Contemporary Fine Arts, Flæsketorvet 24, Cph V; ends Nov 12; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:30, Sat 11:00–15:00; Danish artist Peter Ravn presents a new series of paintings that alternate between humour and tragedy. The figurative, cleanlyexecuted images show professional men in suits in various states of confusion. Ravn focuses on internal psychologies - the silent conversations we have with ourselves about our lives - as his source of inspiration. The figures in Ravn’s paintings ask themselves: “What if I had chosen a different wife, job, or career?” BF

Nina Beir

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Nyhavn 2, Cph K; ends Dec 31; open Tue-Sun 11:00-18:00, Wed 11:00-21:00 (free adm after 18:00); tickets 60kr, students 40kr, under-16s free adm; With her first major exhibition in Denmark, Nina Beir presents new work made with secondhand clothes. Beir is Danish, but based in Berlin. Her work focuses on pattern and material. Leopardprint dresses, shiny silks, and wigs made of human hair are pressed into frames to create seductive abstract images. Her exhibition includes two other distinct works. One involves a large Persian rug overlaid with dog hair, and the other focuses on merging posters with everyday objects to create new sculptural forms. BF

Klee & COBRA

Louisiana, Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends Jan 8; open Tues-Fri 11:00-22:00, Sat-Sun 11:00-18:00; tickets 95kr, under-18s free adm; www. COBRA was an European avant garde art movement in the late 1940s and early 1950s - artists like Asger Jorn and Karl Appel were members - while Paul Klee, a Swiss artist active in the early part of the 20th century, is known for his colourful childlike paintings. Bringing together the artist and the avant-garde movement creates strange associations and insight into artists from different periods working to change the art world of their time. BF

Vertical on my own

Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Flæsketorvet 85, Cph V, ends Jan 14; open Tue-Fri 13:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; This selection of multi-media artwork by Norwegian artist AK Dolven features video, paintings, and a sound installation that explores the recent tragedies in Oslo. The artist takes inspiration from finding balance in her personal life, and her minimalist installations typically explore the body in space. BF

Simon Starling

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Nyhavn 2, Cph K; ends Jan 22; open Tue-Sun 11:00-18:00, Wed 11:00-21:00 (free adm after 18:00); tickets 60kr, students 40kr, under-16s free adm;; performances Sun 14:00 (not 25 Dec and 1 Jan - 22 Jan at 17:00) Simon Starling - a British artist who won Britain’s prestigious Turner Prize in 2005 and lives in Copenhagen - is known for his narrative, conceptual installation work that investigates material use and his own labour as an artist. For Charlottenborg, he has created two new pieces, Project for a Masquerade (Hiroshima) (2010-11), an installation about Japanese culture and nuclear energy, and an original piece of puppet theatre called The Expedition, which is 25 minutes long and suitable for children. It follows a ‘hapless adventurer’, who looks a lot like Starling in puppet form, on a long journey. BF




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exhibitions Resourced Portfolio

YNKB, Baldersgade 70, Cph N; ends Nov 15; open by appointment, Known for their politically provocative poster and book projects, this exhibition by Just Seeds is a collection of posters on the subject of natural resource extraction, which shows screenprinted images dealing with climate change and environmental issues, like the effects of coal mining on biodiversity. BF

new state of Mind

Skulpturi, Store Kongensgade 3, Cph K; ends Nov 13; open Wed-Sat 12:00-15:00; Eva Steen Christensen explores the stories hidden in materials in her abstract sculptural work. She imagines noise where there is silence, a cube transforming into a bird, or cardboard being mistaken for stone. She is interested in our relationship to the physical world around us, and material narratives are her response to life’s difficult questions. BF Richard Winther and Frederiksberg Møstings Hus, Andebakkesti 5, Fredriksberg; ends Nov 13; open Tue-Sun 11:00-16:00, Wed 11:00-19:00; This retrospective of the reclusive Richard Winther’s work in cludes experimental paintings, drawings, and sculptures from a ten-year period in his youth, when he lived at Bülowsvej. BF

Anders Krisár

Galleri Lars Olsen, Uplandsgade 56, Cph S; ends Nov 19; open Tues-Sat 13:00-18:00,www. Internationally-acclaimed Swedish artist Anders Krisár works with moulds and casting to create strange figures in mysterious situations. BF

Warhol & basquiat

Arken Musuem of Modern Art, Skovvej 100, Ishøj; ends Jan 11; open Tue-Sun 10:0017:00, Wed 10:00-21:00; tickets 85kr, Students 70kr, under17s free adm; This exhibition showcases more than 100 of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat’s collaborative works. BF


Tivoli, Vesterbrogade 3; ends Dec 30; open Mon-Sun 10:00-20:00; tickets: adults 95kr; The exhibition gives viewers the chance to see reconstructed suites, letters from victims, and artefacts from the liner - minus a necklace. JF

early Modernism

Moderna Museet, Gasverksgatan 22, Malmö; ends 8 Apr 2012; open Tue, Thu, Sun 11:00-18:00, Wed 11:00-21:00; tickets 50 SEK; Early Moderism features works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch and Sigrid Hjerten. JF

tunnel of Fear

Overgaden, neden Vandet 17, Cph K; ends Nov 11; open Tue-Sun 13:00-17:00, Thu 13:00-20:00; www.overgaden. org, Ahmet Cevdet Bey: Tunnel of Fear focuses on a strange, new collaboration in which two Turkish artists have merged identities to become a fictional character: mad scientist Ahmet Cevdet Bey. This strange relationship is played out in a ‘chamber of horrors’ style installation about the fictional character and his work. BF

between Memory and Theft

Galleri Claus Christensen, Gammel Mønt 41, Cph K; ends Oct 22; open Tue-Thu 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; w w w. g a l l e r i c l au s c h r i s Some new work by Erik A Frandsen, a member of the ‘wild painter’ movement from the 1980s in Denmark, who likes to mix genres and is inspired by his family, sexuality, and flowers. BF


Galleri Jules Julian, Palægade 7, Cph K; ends Oct 22; Tues-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-14:00; www. British artist Dave White depicts the vintage American West in large-scale oil paintings. BF

La Luna Convento

Clausens Kunsthandel, Toldbodgade 9, Cph K; ends Oct 29; open Tue-Sat 11:0017:00; Through layering paint and found paper, Danish artist Knud Odde creates graphic figures, bordering on religious icons, appropriate for art work made in a former Benedictine monastery. BF

oana Farcas

LARMgalleri, Esplanaden 8D, Cph K; ends Nov 12; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00–15:00; Farcas paints melancholy portraits of people, both real and fictionalised. Romanian fairy tales and family snap shots inspire her equally. Her blurry paintings feel like fleeting memories. Farcas’s style is indebted to that of the German painter, Gerhard Richter. This is her second solo exhibition with LARMgalleri. BF

Alright Alright & big bubble

Malmö Konsthall, Johannesgatan 7, Malmö; ends Nov 27; open daily 11:00-17:00; In Alright Alright, Chris Johanson - a self-taught artist from the US heavily influenced by Californian skateboarding and graffiti culture, - creates his work from recycled paint and second-hand materials. Japanese artist Misaki Kawai, the creator of Big Bubble, works in a simple, manga comic book drawing-style making graphic paintings, drawings, and artists’ books. BF

21 - 27 October 2011 ideal/ein Gespräch

Nils Stærk, Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Cph V; ends Oct 22; open Mon-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; Ingvar Cronhammar takes urban architecture and technology as his starting point, while Morten Stræde begins with the airplane and its mechanics. BF

Dimensions of hyper-reality

Gallery B15, Islands Brygge 15, Cph S; ends Nov 9; open Wed-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:0015:00; Ricky Allman paints strippeddown post-apocalyptic scenes. Splashes of bright colour highlight the otherwise stark images. Mark Schoening uses a similar colour palette in his painting – stark backgrounds with splatters of neon - which is more abstract in style, exploding over the canvas. BF

entwined: Passages, Geometry, and Psyche

Peter Lav Gallery, Esplanaden 8D, Cph K; ends Dec 17; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:0015:00; Shakespeare’s Ophelia from Hamlet inspired Sophia Kalkau for this exhibition. References to the sculptural work of celebrated artist Louise Bourgeois, plus strong geometrical shapes, can also be seen in Kalaku’s work. BF

of Large and small

National Museum of Photography, Soren Kierkegaard Plads 1, Royal Library, The Black Diamond, Cph k; ends 10 March 2012; open Mon-Sat 10:00-15:00, tickets: adults 40kr, students 25kr; A collection of works from artists, philosophers, artists and theories about human existence and the contrast between what is infinitely universal and infinitely microscopic. VM

The Danish West indies – building a Colony

The National Museum of Denmark, Frederiksholms Kanal 12; ends Oct 23, open Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00; adm free; This exhibition looks at the difficult history of the West Indies island group at the time of the Danish occupation. VM

Gaugin & Polynesia: An elusive Paradis

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph K; ends Dec 31; open Tue-Sun 11:0017:00; tickets 75kr, free adm to under 18s and on Sundays; This retrospective of Paul Gaugin explores his relationship with cultures outside of Europe. The work of the influential artist will be on display next to close to 60 artefacts of Polynesian culture, such as jewellery, cult statues, and weapons. BF

Living: Frontiers of Architecture iii-iV

Louisiana, Gl Strandvej, Humlebæk; ends Oct 23; open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00, SatSun 11:00-18:00, ticket: 95kr; Louisiana’s latest major exhibition, Living, presents a crossover between architectural projects and art installations. JF

Jørgen haugen sørensen

Cisternerne – the Museum of Modern Glass Art, Søndermarken, Frederiksberg; ends Nov 27; open Thu, Fri 14:00-18:00, Sat, Sun 11:0017:00; tickets over-14s 50kr, under-14s free adm; www. An exhibition featuring Danish sculptor Jørgen Haugen Sørensen’s greatest works of recent years. The sculptures, some moulded in clay and some cast in bronze, all work around the themes of life and death, and love and suffering. JF

entropia: a photographic chaos theory of Copenhagen

Danish Architecture Centre, Strandgade 27 B, Cph K; ends Oct 23; open daily 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-21:00; tickets 40kr, students 25kr, under-15s free adm, Wed 17:00- 21:00 free adm; An exhibition of architectural photographs that tries to re-think what typical architectural photography looks like. KBF

sigurdur situations


Moderna Museet, Gasverksgatan 22, Malmö; ends Nov 7; open Tue-Sun 11:00-18:00; tickets 50kr, free adm to under18s; This retrospective of the work of Icelandic artist Sigurdur Gudmundsson focuses on a series of his photographs from the 1970s and 80s. The result is a comical and surreal body of photographs.BF

We spend our lives as we spend our days

Galleri Christoffer Egelund, Gredgade 75, Cph K; ends Oct 23; open Mon-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; New York City-based duo Ghost of a Dream, Adam Eckstrom and Lauren Was, are known for their colourful collages and installations featuring the garish design of scratch-off lottery tickets, tawdry romance novel covers, and mirrors to create an overall effect of desire and loss. BF.

Danish and nordic Art 1750-1900 & French Art 1900-30

Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, 1307 Cph K; ends Nov 26; open Tue, ThuSun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:0020:00, closed Mon; free adm; Selected from over 3,500 works in the museum’s permanent collection. BF

The Danish Artists’ Autumn exhibition

Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Oslo Plads 1, Cph, Ø; ends Nov 20; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Thu 12:00-21:00, Sat-Sun, 10:00-17:00; www. Featuring work by emerging Danish artists. BF

elmgreen and Dragset

Thorvaldsens Museum, 2 Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads, Cph K; ends 29 Jan 2012; open TueSun 10:00-17:00; tickets 40kr, free adm on Wed; In this exhibition by gay photography duo Elmgreen and Dragset, Danish sculptor Thorvaldsen`s works have been dressed up in various items of clothing such as sports socks and sweat bands. JF

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T’S BEEN a long wait for Digitalism’s highly anticipated second album, but in June of this year the electronic duo hailing from Hamburg came out with their sophomore release entitled I Love You Dude, and it is another sterling effort from the pair. It carries on from where their debut album left off, albeit with a slightly more refined sound, showing the band’s expertise not only as musicians but also as producers. Their distinctive indie-rock tinged sound still permeates the entire record but there is no track on the album that lets the listener forget that Digitalism’s creativity centres around electro and house music. This grounding in electronic music does not, however, prevent them from displaying their wellhoned pop music sensibilities, most notably on the tracks ‘2 Hearts’ and ‘Forrest Gump’, the latter of which was co-written with The Strokes front man Julian Casablancas – further proof that the pair are capable of holding their own with some of the biggest names in rock music. Jens Moelle and Ismail Tufekci met in a record store in Hamburg in 2004 and quickly became friends and not long after began to play regular DJ shows together. A few sessions in the studio soon turned into an EP released in 2005 on French label Kitsune. A string of low-profile releases followed before their debut album entitled Idealism came out in 2007, earning acclaim from many fans and critics alike, especially for the songs ‘Pogo’ and ‘Zdarlight’. Before long, they were being touted by some as the next Daft Punk – a huge compliment in many ways as Daft Punk are one of their biggest influences – but Digitalism have not struggled to carve out their own signature sound, both on their original recordings and with their remixes. Since the release of Idealism the pair have released many remixes of songs by the likes of Simian Mobile Disco, The Cure and Daft Punk, and perhaps their passion for the art of remixing goes some way to explaining the four-year gap between their first and second albums. As a live act Digitalism are much more interesting to watch than the vast majority of electronic artists and DJs around today. Moelle and Tufekci spend minimal time staring into a computer screen on stage, but instead make the majority of their sounds live, although these sounds are ultimately controlled via an Apple Mac that sits unobtrusively in the middle of their gear. They play a selection of analogue and digital keyboards, drum pads, and all the singing is done live by Moelle rather than relying on a selection of pre-recorded samples. The result is that no two shows by the band are ever the same as both musicians are experts at feeding off the energy of each other and the crowd, extending sections of songs and creating intricate electronic jam sessions live on stage, with thumping drum beats and distorted bass lines leading the charge towards a euphoric climax. The warm-up bands are two strangely-named American acts: oOoOO and ButterClock. Both artists play house music of a slightly more low-key and mellow variety than their German counterpart, with trip hop-influenced drum beats and some ambient vocal stylings. The headliners will undoubtedly be the stars of the show so put your dancing shoes on, as these German electro rockers will have the audience at Store Vega jumping up and down all night. DAVE ANDERSON

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Tori Amos

Gamle Scene at Kongens Nytorv, 20:00; 270-670kr At the very forefront of America’s alternative rock scene, Amos boasts one of the most impressive CVs in the industry, having sold over 12 million albums worldwide and scored eight Grammy nominations. An eccentric, Amos is both one of the most influential and indeed beautiful artists from the other side of the pond, and earlier this year she released her 12th studio-album Night of Hunters. With two concerts planned (the other’s on Saturday) there should be no problem getting a ticket to see her at one of the most stunning venues in Scandinavia. (English) DvdN


Koncerthuset; Starts Wed, ends Oct 30; Concerts Wed from 19:00, Thu-Oct 29 from 21:00; Tickets 170-370kr;


ainstream radio has not played any traditional music from Azerbaijan lately. Nor any rap from Ghana, soulful acoustic guitar from Mali, cumbria from Colombia’s Caribbean coast, or vocal music from eastern Siberia. Although Ara Dinkjian, Blitz the Ambassador, and Ibrahim Maalouf deserve to be household names, they have not reached most European ears. Every year WOMEX attempts to change that by spotlighting sound from regions of the world that the pop machine breezes over. WOMEX is the World Music Expo, a coming-together of producers, labels and artists from remote corners of the world to network and search out new voices and stars of the scene. The trade fair itself is a key industry event, drawing the newest and most prominent artists to Copenhagen. The trade fair is registration only, but the performances



Mike Tramp + The Rock n’ Roll Circuz


are open to the public. This year promises brand new voices as well as seasoned musicians from all of the continents. The opening night of the festival starts with speeches and an extensive line-up of Hungarian folk and classical musicians. And then the next three days feature five performance spaces in the Koncerthuset, each with a full program continuing into the wee hours. The audience is free to wander as they please, sampling the atmosphere. Additionally, 2011 is the last chance to attend world music concerts of this calibre in Copenhagen over a single weekend. In 2012 WOMEX will move south to Thessaloniki in Greece.

lophone, also called a jaw harp. A small frame with a reed is used to produce notes and then resonated through the performer’s jaw and mouth. Not dissimilar to traditional Japanese music but with lively rhythms.

Templet; 21:00; 120kr A hometown hero, Tramp is a singer-songwriter renowned for his work with glam-rock bands such as White Lion and Freak of Nature and has remained a cult figure in Denmark for the past three decades. He launched this solo project and debut album of the same name in 2009 and earlier this year a further record, Stand Your Ground. Tramp continues to feed the still burning desire for catchy glam rock. If nothing else, Tramp is an entertaining novelty act who appeals to anyone with a taste for 1970s glam rock bands like The Sweet and T-Rex. (English) DvdN

Top Picks: AYARKHAAN Sat 23:30; 170-270kr AYARKHAAN are leaders in the revival, preservation and interpretation of the ancient traditions and wisdom of the Yakut people, the native people of eastern Siberia. The most distinctive instrument of the region is the khomus, a kind of lamel-

Lille Vega; 21:00, 145kr Not they don’t play grunge-hardcore-metal, try shoegaze-folk, not too dissimilar to Sonic Youth. The London-based quintet’s guitar riffs and reverberation and perfectly measured out distortion samples fill their noise with real sonic substance. There’s definitely something artistic about the group’s management of sound that comes across as mature, revelatory and provocative. A listen to their single, ‘Rubber’ - from their debut record by the same name - will give a fair insight into Yuck’s sonic profundity and a reason to pick yourself up from the weekend and take to the town this Monday. (English) DvdN

SÖNDÖRGÖ Wed 20:00; 170-270kr A GROUP that has been playing together for over 15 years, Söndörgö specialises in Southern Slav melodies and circle dances, from the mournful to the highspirited, in a traditional tambura (a long-necked style of lute that is plucked, similar to a sitar) band formation, fronted by the powerful tonal range of Kátya Tompos. BOUBACAR TRAORÉ Thu 23:30; 170-270kr ONE OF the founding fathers of modern Mandingo music, Boubacar Traoré provided the soundtrack to newly independent Mali in the 1960s. Compared to the Delta music of the American South, his work is equally influenced by the kora, a 21-string bridge harp made from a large calabash and native to west Africa. He was the first to play Mandingo-based music on


Emma Acs + The Inbred Family

Lille Vega, 21:00; 130kr Copenhagen’s Emma Acs is heavily inspired by ‘60s and ‘70s psychedelia, the work of Led Zeppelin is subtly evident in her full-bodied tunes. Blending nostalgic analogue synth-effects (with the help from her band The Inbred Family), cutting vocals and her prominent stage-presence, every show makes for a real spectacle. At just 19 years old, Acs is the darling of the Danish music scene, receiving no end of positive reviews across the board following the success of her festival performances this summer. (English/Danish) DvdN


Throwing Muses

Store Vega; 20:00; 240kr Formed back in 1981, the fourpiece went on to become one of America’s great ‘80s college bands. Their feel-good tunes ‘Dizzy’ and ‘Counting Backwards’ are two of the bestknown dance-floor numbers to have arisen in the history of modern American rock. Currently in the process of churning out another album - and touring in connection with their 25-year anniversary - the group are on an all-time high - a perfect mid-week concert to get your kicks. (English) DvdN

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the guitar and even had a string of hits in his home country before being exiled after the military coup of 1968. BLITZ THE AMBASSADOR Fri 21:00; 170-270kr CURRENTLY based in New York, this rapper was born in Ghana and incorporates new rhythms, language and old R&B funk riffs. He has learnt to rap in 6/8 time, and brings together inspirations like Fela Kuti, Chuck D, highlife and swirls of brass. ALEXIS KUNSAK

Rust; Fri 22:00; 100kr Danish underground musicians Peter Peter and Kira Skov are hardly strangers on the scene here in Copenhagen - each with a number of solo projects to their name - and now they have paired up in an exciting collaboration labeled ‘Persona’. Working off one another the pair give body to dynamic soundscapes alight with atmospheric samples and sonic quirks. In a word they could be pinned down as an art-house band. Testing out some of their most recent creations, the Friday night crowd will decide the fate of their eagerly awaited project. (English/Danish)

Frankie Teardrop: 80s Night New Wave/Post Punk

Ideal Bar; Fri 23:00; Free Adm Frankie Teardrop is a weekly club night that makes it easy for nostalgic hipsters to get their kicks. Taking a different musical decade each week, Frankie revisits the ‘80s this week with a bunch



Jakob Bro Trio featuring Jeff Ballard

Montmartre; 2o:00; 250kr Jazz guitarist, Jakob Bro, one of Denmark’s youngest jazz stars, moulds awe-inspiring jazz compositions that envelope intellectually stimulating ideas through the language of pure music. A reverent jazz performer, Bro has worked with some of the industry’s most esteemed names, including Lee Konitz, Paul Motian and Bill Frisell. Tonight Bro joins forces with American veteran drummer, Jeff Ballard - who has also played alongside the likes of Ray Charles, Joshua Redman and Chick Corea - and fellow Dane, bassist Anders Christensen. (English/Danish) DvdN of in-house DJs equipped with the most emblematic new wave songs from the decade - the likes of Blondie, The Talking Heads and The Specials will all surely be in the mix. This is always a good appetiser for the weekend ahead. (English/Danish) DvdN

It’s a London Ting Presents: J:Kenzo & Razor Rekta & MC G Double & 2000F

Culture Box; Fri 23:00; 60kr The fifth edition of one of Culture Box’s most popular club nights, tonight the venue welcomes some of London’s biggest names on the dub-step circuit. The name in bold is J:Kenzo who is regarded as a pioneer in electronic music - having broadcast special dub-step sets on BBC’s 1XTRA radio station - and is one of the impetuses behind the dub label Tempa. Hailing from west London, Razor Rekta is another head-honcho on the garage music scene, and he is similarly able behind the decks. Dub-step speaks an international language and will attract the late-crowd from all over the city. (English) DvdN DANIEL VAN DER NOON




This section was contributed by Yema Ferreira and Isabelle Valentine. Yema is a writer from Angola who has been living in Copenhagen for four years with her Danish husband and their daughter. Isabelle is the owner of Montessori International Preschool (


Choose healthy and seasonal food AUTUMN IS HERE, the kids are back in school or daycare, the family back to its normal daily routine. After the welcome but disruptive rhythm of summer, with perhaps too much unhealthy food, this is the perfect time to settle back into getting the family to cosy up together around some good healthy meals. As the days get chillier and darker, the menu gradually turns to soups, stews and casseroles. There is plenty of exciting, seasonal local produce to inspire the designated cook at home. From wild mushrooms, to pumpkins and beatroots of all kinds, there is plenty to fill your heart’s desires. A rich pumpkin soup accompanied by some rustic bread can certainly help the family wind down after a busy day for all, with the added advantage that the kids eat their vegetables without too much of a fuss! A good way to get inspired is to sign up for a delivery scheme, such as ‘aarstiderne’ (, Coop ( or Økomanden ( These are online stores where you can order fresh produce: fruit, vegetables, meat and even fish. They are closely connected to the source of the food, and they sell and carry many organic products as well. This is a great way of getting seasonal produce. It is fun because it is a bit of a surprise every time - you never know exactly what will come in the box until you get it. It is also a good way of getting vegetables we never otherwise buy, either because we would not know what to do with them, or because the local supermarket does not carry them. In addition to all this, they often

Events Pinball brunch NEW Vinylbar, Sortedam Dossering 81, Cph Ø; Sat 10:00-15:00; free adm What’s better than weekend brunch? Weekend brunch with free all-you-can-play classic pinball! Visit Copenhagen’s new pinball cafe – Vinyl Bar now has eight pinball machines. Take the kids. They - and you - can play for free when you buy a Pinball Brunch for just 99 kroner.

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come with recipes, which is great for those outer space-looking specimens we have no idea how to cook. It is also a great way to expand your Danish vocabulary. Who knows when you might need to strike up a conversation about ‘kinakål’, ‘selleri rod’ and ‘pastinak’? The newly-opened Torvehallerne at Israels Plads near Nørreport station is another place to find inspiration in the form of myriad fresh products. Remember also that it is apple season, so your taste buds will thank you for buying Danish apples instead of imported ones - whether to eat fresh or for a good bake. Cookbook – Madmod madmod.html This new book was created by the wellknown Meyers Madhus in collaboration with child-minders, teacher assistants and kitchen staff. It is suitable for children from 0 to 6 years old and it includes games for children, tips on growing vegetables and advice for picky eaters. Mushroom Picking in Odense Fruens Bøge, meeting point at Skovsøen by Skovalléen, Odense; 30 Oct, 10:00-12:00; Free adm; www. Visit another area of Denmark while picking mushrooms. Learn to differentiate the toxic ones from the edible ones such as the yummy chanterelles. This forest has many old trees that are ideal for mushrooms. All you need is a basket and a small knife. Bon appétit!

Jewish New NEW Year concert Copenhagen Synagogue, Krystalgade 12, Cph K; Tue 19:30; www. A performance by Israeli klezmer band Oy Division is the highlight of this special Rosh Shanah (Jewish New Year) concert. The band will perform a combination of traditional eastern European Jewish music and modern genres like jazz and hip-hop. The group sing in English, Russian and Yiddish. JS

NFL LIVE FROM WEMBLEY STADIUM Sunday 23 October at 6:45 pm Tampa Bay Buccaneers meet the Chicago Bears live on the big screen Tickets available now

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Mummy Daddy Baby In The Wild Naturcenter Vestamager, Granatvej 1-15, 2770 Kastrup; every weekend until 27 Nov,10:00-16:00; A great exhibition for your little ones to learn about hedgehogs and their cubs, migrating birds, seeds, fruit and much more. There are also games and children’s stories about the lives of animals and plants.

Allah Made NEW Me Funny Bremen, Nyropsgade 39-41, Cph K; Mon 20:00-23:00; Performed by Mohammed Amer, Azhar Usman and Preacher Moss – “the funniest Muslims in the world” apparently – the comedy show Allah Made Me Funny,visiting from the US, aims to dominate the world with light, love and laughter. The three comedians poke fun at both Muslims and non-Muslims, playing with stereotypes in order to encourage people to think outside cultural perceptions. The humour, a mix of intelligent wit and insight on race and culture, aims not to offend but to inspire and eliminate fear, with laughter being the remedy. JS Oyster Week Various locations around Greater Copenhagen; starts Friday, ends Sat; tickets at; All across Denmark during Oyster Week, restaurants will have special oyster menus. JS Live Jazz Charlie Scott’s, Skindergade 43, Cph; Tue & Thu 17:0020:30; Free Adm Jazz every Tuesday and Thursday.

The Great Outdoors – search for ‘hareskovene’ Hareskoven is a protected forest with a big network of hiking and biking trails, areas for bonfires, riding trails, playgrounds for children, climbing trees, rope bridges and fishing areas. Check out the website for guided tours and special events for children.

Travel Fair for NEW Quality Travel Øksnehallen, Halmtorvet 11, Cph V; Sat 10:00-18:00 & Sun 10:00-17:00; tickets 100kr; It is the eighth time that travel magazine Vagabond will hold the Travel Fair for Quality Travel. Since its inception, the concept has been to bring the best travel agencies, tourist agencies, airlines and cruise companies all together under one roof. More than 900 travel experts will be at hand, ready to give you advice on your next trip. This year, the event will host 60 travel lectures, but make sure you arrive on time because they are in high demand and expected to be crowded. JS 2011 Rugby World Cup The Globe, Nørregade 43-45, 1165 Cph K; Sun 10:00; www. Enjoy a full Irish breakfast while you watch the Rugby World Cup final between France and New Zealand. Harness Racing Charlottenlund Race Course, Traverbanevej 10, Charlottenlund; Wed 15:15; 20kr; www. No Ben Hur thrills and spills here, that’s for sure!


Wundergrund Festival NEW Various locations around Greater Cph; starts Friday, ends 5 Nov; Discover strong voices, loud noises and multiple electronic works at the Wundergrund Festival that welcomes both Danish and international acts this year. Starting this Friday at 20:00 with a concert by Radical Voices (at Marmorkirken, Frederiksgade 4, Cph K), the festival will host many concerts and events up until early November. Radical Voices will see performances by three international vocalists: the Greek-American diva Diamanda Gala, controversial Hungarian black metal legend Dare (Attila Csihar), and Norway’s Maja Ratkje. From soft whispers to piercing screams, the evening will give your ears an audible treat. JS Horse racing Klampenborg Racecourse, Traverbanevej 10, Charlottenlund; Sat 14:15; tickets: 50kr; Another meeting at the racecourse to test yourself against the Tote. Jazz Cruise Memorial anchor at Nyhavn, Cph K; Sun 15:30; 120kr 90 minutes of live jazz plus a tour of the city, with Henning Munk & Plumperne.

National Museum guided tours Ny Vestergade 10, Cph K; Sun, Tue & Thu 11:00; Free Adm; Free guided tours in English three times a week. History Tours in English starts from Bishop Absalon’s statue at Højbro Plads, Cph K; duration 90 mins; English tours are available until the end of November, but only if you book as a group. Spar Shipping Fishing Trips Nyhavn 61, Cph K (dock on Lautrupskaj); Weekdays: 225kr from 08:00-15:00, Weekends: twice a day: 07:0012:30 & 12:45-18:00, the trips depend on numbers so are rarely confirmed well in advance; 3333 9355, Hook a fish on their sea trips. Gammel Strand Antique Market Gammel Strand/Ved Stranden, Cph K; Friday 07:00-20:00, Sat 08:00-17:00; last weekend of the year A selection of high-profile retailers offers unique items and curious things, including antiques, art, porcelain, silver and modern Danish design. An Eldorado for professionals as well as private collectors. EK


Monet, munchies and Merlot on the menu


Art, Food and Wine


Looking hot in the cold DID YOU KNOW that all first impressions are 85 percent dependant on appearance? And this is just as true in winter as it is in summer. This year-end it will be all about mixing the feminine with a rock twist to make yourself look super hot over the cold season. Here are four must-haves for now, and the winter to come.

Falkoner Center, Falkoner Alle 9, Frederiksberg C; open Fri 14:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-18:00, Sun 10:00-17:00; Tickets 125kr, under-14s 20kr;;

Biker chick chic

Lisa wool coat @ Vero Moda Østergade 7-9, 1100 Cph K; 3315 8815, open Mon-Thu 10:00-18:00, Fri 10:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-16:00; 700kr This classic wool coat with a leather belt and leather straps on the cuffs is the epitome of chic. It’s got a large hood, that also serves as a cosy collar, and the high set buttons gives it a wavy look, and most importantly, it’s nice and warm. Plus if you buy a jacket at Vero Moda now, you get a cool striped scarf for free to go with it! How great is that?

Erosion Shrug Knit @ G-Star Raw, Fisketorvet Shopping, Plan 1, Havneholmen 5, 1561 Cph V; 3311 1128, Mon-Fri 10:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-18:00; 999kr No rough feminine look is complete without the poncho or large knit worn over a simple leather jacket, and this knit from always-cool G-Star is awesome! It’s warm and simple with one button and a classy knit pattern. Wear it inside when cosying up on the couch, and when out, over a small jacket with some fierce boots. While you’re there, check out G-Stars’ winter beanies, gloves and scarfs.

Narrow Band Faux fur Earmuffs @ Accessorize Amagertorv 16, 1160 Cph K; 3314 3131, open Mon-Thu 10:00-18:00, Fri 10:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-17:00; 189kr Yeah baby, earmuffs are back in business, and these deserve to be worn every day. Faux fur might sound a bit tacky, but the simple band and the low-key colour of the muffs make them quite classy. Wear them with a warm leather jacket and boots. If faux fur is not your deal, don’t despair because Accessorize has a large selection of earmuffs, gloves, scarfs and much more this year, so stop by.

Replay Boots @ FEET ME Fields, Arne Jakobsens Allé 12, 2300 Cph S; 6226 5345, open Mon-Fri 10:00-20:00, Sat 09:00-17:00; 1,700kr For your feet this winter, think leather, chains and big buckles. Go to FEET ME and check out their selection of Replay boots. The great thing about Replay is that their styles are always high trend, the boots are lined with wool to keep your feet warm, and with a simple wax treatment they will also keep your feet dry all winter. These boots are feminine, but definitely made for ‘walking all over you’!

Kids Scrap workshop NEW Valgårdsvej 4-8, Valby; Fri 21 Oct, 13:00-17:00; 20kr adm Imagination and craftsmanship will be put into play at this special autumn break workshop. With a wide range of materials available such as plastic, fur and wire, you can create a unique piece of jewellery, a pendant or whatever your heart desires. The workshop will be led by local artists and is intended primarily for children between 9 and 14 years. Batman Live World Tour Forum, Julius Thomsens Plads 1, Frederiksberg C; ends Sun, performances Fri 15:00 & 19:00, Sat 11:00 & 15:00 & 19:00, Sun 12:00; tickets 315-515kr; Hold onto your cape because Batman is making a stopover in Denmark with his live stage show. A mixture of theatre, stunts, acrobatic and special effects, the live performance almost outdoes the movie. The show is mostly set at the circus – a conveniently cool setting for the action. Get set for a spectacular show in the company of Batman, Robin, the Joker, and many other well-known criminals from the Batman universe.




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Halloween at Tivoli Vesterbrogade 3, Cph V; ends Sun, open Sun–Thu 10:0022:00, Fri-Sat 10:00-23:00; under-sevens free adm, oversevens 95kr; Get into the spooky spirit for tricks and treats at Tivoli Gardens. Featuring witches, black cats, scarecrows and jack-olanterns galore, Tivoli is transformed into a Halloween wonderland. Visit more than 40 stalls decked out in autumn colours selling costumes, face painting and delicious treats Find out more about the Interactive boat ride, the Witch musical and circus, and the hip-hop production Cassander in last week’s InOut. Drawing class for children Thorvaldsen Museum, Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads 2, Cph K; Fri 11:00-13:00; free for children; register at 3332 1532 or Guided by the museum’s teachers, children can come and learn drawing techniques, much like Thorvaldsen himself who was only 11 years old when he started attending classes at the Art Academy in Copenhagen. Jazz for kids Statens Musuem for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50 Cph K; Sun 11:00; free adm Live jazz for kids.

AS HUMANS we have five senses. We usually indulge them one at a time, be it by tasting a rich chocolate cake, viewing a visually stunning piece of art, smelling the wafts of freshly baked bread, feeling the drops of water in the shower or listening to a stunning composition. It’s not often though that we indulge all five senses at once. But this year’s Art, Food and Wine Festival is making that possible. Now in its fifth year, the festival aims to showcase the best up-and-coming Danish artists while exhibiting some of the best gourmet food and wine from here and abroad. “The aim is to combine the different senses in the hope it entertains and inspires people,” explains the artistic director of the event, Tina Kristensen. “If you want to celebrate the good things in life then this is the place to be.” According to Kristensen, the festival also hopes to prove that art doesn’t just come on a canvas as 50 wine and gourmet food retailers show off the creativity behind their delicacies. Pichathorn Punnin, the award-winning sushi maker from Sushi-Do, will get the creative juices flowing by displaying his edible sushi art on a naked woman’s body. According to ancient Japanese tradition, ‘body sushi’ or Nyotaimori is founded on the idea that sushi is as much about the taste as it is about the aesthetic experience. Summerbird’s chief chocolatier Thomas Parry will seek to reaffirm what Sanda J Dykes once said: “Forget love, I’d rather fall in chocolate.” Parry’s live chocolate cooking demonstrations will cover a wide

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range of recipes. After diving into the chocolate sphere, jump over to the flødeboller-making course. Fine-tune your skills in flødeboller art by learning how to connect the crisp waffle bottom with the airy cream filling, before topping it off with flowing chocolate. After all the scrumptious food, treat yourself to a good drink to wash it down. If you prefer something a little stiffer, then never fear because Danish whisky brewery Braunstein is here. “This would be one of the top exhibitors to see as whisky breweries in Denmark are extremely rare,” enthuses Kristensen. Something else a little out of the ordinary is the ‘salsa rhythms and cold cocktails’ bar where you’ll be ripping up the floor with salsa while learning how to perfect the mojito. Much like an artist’s colour pallet that features a wide range of shades, the wines this year are an assortment of colours and flavors. Sample drops from Germany, Italy, Portugal and surprisingly Denmark.



Barnevognen Jytte Abildstrøms Theatre, Riddersalen, Allegade 7, Frederiksberg C; ends Sun, performances Fri 09:30 & 10:45, Sat-Sun 14:30 & 15:45; Tickets 35-125kr; A performance specifically designed for the very young, Barnevognen invites you to relive the pram you spent your first tentative years in. Proving there is more between the duvet and the mattress than we think, children will be able to recognise lots of aspects from their lives under the hood. EM Snedronning (Snow Queen) Theatre Zeppelin, Valdemarsgade 15, Cph V; ends Nov 29, performances Sun 13:00, Tue & Thu 09:30 & 12:00, Wed 10:00, Fri: 10:00; Tickets: 35165kr; Proving that HC Andersen’s stories are just as much of a hit today as they were long ago, The Snow Queen is an adventurous journey of evolution. Set at a hotel far away from civilisation, the story follows two friends Kay and Gerda who are suddenly delivered a magic mirror - with no idea where it came from. The mirror turns out to be a gateway to another world – the Snow Queen’s icy universe – where all your innermost dreams and wishes come true … but for a price. EM

Danish vineyard ‘Annisse’ in Helsinge will be popping the corks so you can form your own judgment on how well Danish wine measures up to world standards. Specialists are also at hand to answer all your wine questions you’ve been too afraid to ask such as: “Is Caberlot really a grape variety or did I just mishear that?” When the taste buds are fulfilled, move onwards to a little eye candy by taking in some art from one of the 120 exhibitors. “We try to create a platform for up-and-comers to exhibit their work so this is the place to discover new artists that aren’t fully appreciated yet,” reveals Kristensen. “It also means their art is affordable and you can go home with a great piece.” It’s also a very patriotic affair this year – all artists bar one are Danish. So treat yourself, enjoy the simple things in life, and indulge your senses. Art, Food and Wine awaits you!


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“Little Monsters & Witches Day”. Enjoy our delicious brunch* and have loads of fun. Carve pumpkins, watch cartoons, go trick-or-treating, and have your face painted. There will be a grand prize for the best costume.

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Reservation required. 99kr pr. adult, 79 kr pr. child.

Come party with us and win fabulous prizes! Free Halloween cocktail for all who come in costume. Contest at midnight for the best costume. 1st prize: Weekend for 4 at Lalandia 2nd prize: Approach S1 golf watch from Garmin 3rd prize: HRC gift certificate for dinner for 2


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VEGAN COOKIES are not an oxymoron. Really. Let me say up front, I am not nor ever will be a vegan. I couldn’t live without bacon. Or cheese. And a rich brownie without a glass of cold milk? Forget it. But I love baked goods, including vegan cookies, it turns out. It got me thinking about the reasons why some people choose veganism. While I wholeheartedly believe that the West consumes too much meat, I also believe that one can enjoy animal products in moderation without foregoing them entirely. US food writer Mark Bittman is a “vegetarian before 6pm” - he eats plant foods all day long, but for dinner often enjoys meat. In this way, he reduces his carbon footprint while at the same time improving

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and maintaining his overall health. So what does all this have to do with today’s recipe? Simple. Instead of turning to your standard cookie that contains butter and eggs, why not try one that not only tastes fantastic but is made sans animal products. Loaded with fruit, nuts, and coconut, it’s the perfect treat alongside a mug of hot tea or coffee. Just the thing to warm up during these chilly autumn days. Go ahead and play with the ingredients. Can’t find dried blueberries? Cranberries are a great substitute. Don’t have shelled pistachios on hand? Pumpkin seeds, walnuts, or sliced almonds are equally good. If you are feeling health-conscious, political, or environmental, these cookies fit the bill. On the other hand, it’s totally okay if you just want a sweet treat. $ $ $

Cap Horn Nyhavn 21, Cph K; open Mon-Fri 10:00-00:00, Sat-Sun 09:00-00:00; 3312 8504; starters from 99kr, main courses from 139kr, desserts from 39kr; see for special events Nyhavn, the old harbour, is an idyllic area of magic and hygge what the Danes like to say when referring to anything that is cosy, charming, or delightful: all qualities Cap Horn has in abundance. Its simple menu boasts a fine selection of organic, homemade Danish fare, with a touch of seasonal influence. There were too highlights: the veal, pumpkin, mushrooms and potatoes with amazing truffle sauce (a ‘best ever veal experience) and the chocolate cake (‘Oh My God’), whih was possibly the best chocolate cake ever! MM BioMio Halmtorvet 19, 1700 Cph V; open daily 12:00-24:00 (later Fri and Sat), kitchen open 12:00-22:00; 3331 2000; starters 75kr, mains 135kr; www. Located in an old warehouse next to trendy Kødbyen, Bio Mio is certainly unusual for conservative Copenhagen. It’s stylish without being pretentious, fast enough that they don’t go crazy waiting for food, and loud enough that they can make a racket without anyone raising an eyebrow. JH SushiTreat Fox Jarmers Plads 3, Cph V; open Mon-Thu 16:30-22:00, Fri-Sat 16:30-24:00 with Club Treat from 22:00-02:00; 3338 7030 The newly-opened restaurant SushiTreat at the Hotel Fox serves the best California-style sushi in the city, offers an impressive drinks and wine card, and a completely unique atmosphere on Friday and Saturday nights when you can order sushi until 2am while listening to some of the city’s best DJs . MOC

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Delicious Vegan Cookies (adapted from Alicia Silverstone*)

250 ml rolled oats 175 ml all-purpose flour 75 ml brown sugar 5.0 ml (small spoonful) cream of tartar (omit if unavailable to you) 5.0 ml baking soda 2.5 ml sea salt 80 g maple syrup 115 g vegetable oil 5.0 ml vanilla extract 60 ml dried blueberries (or cranberries, raisins, apricots) 60 ml toasted pistachios (or other nuts) 60 ml unsweetened coconut flakes MIX THE OATS, flour, brown sugar, tartar, soda, and salt in a large bowl. Stir in syrup, oil, and vanilla. Fold in dried fruit, nuts, and coconut. Wet your hands with water; use your hands to shape the dough into small balls of uniform size. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, slightly flatten ball with the palm of your hand. Bake at 180C for 8-12 minutes or until tops are slightly golden. Let cool 5 minutes on baking sheet before removing to a wire rack. Makes 12-15 cookies, depending on the size of your dough balls. *Yeah, Batgirl

Oysters & Grill Sjællandsgade 1B, 2200 Copenhagen N; open Mon-Sat 17:30-24:00, Sun 12:00-21:00; oysters cost 15-35kr each, main courses cost 135-185kr; 7020 6171; Oysters & Grill is not rocket science, yet it give diners in Copenhagen access to fresh and delicious food at reasonable prices with an emphasis on seafood, fish and meats, which are prepared simply and flavourfully. NA Thai Flavours Vesterbrogade 30, Cph V; open Sun-Thu 12:00-23:00, Fri-Sat 12:00-23:30; Starters 60kr, mains 100kr; 3331 3170,; A worthy exponent of the Thai kitchen has opened recently in Vesterbro, just one block from the Planetarium and the lakes. The utterly unpretentious yet stylish Thai Flavours has a hospitable and authentic atmosphere and walls that let you breathe. KRG Saga Queen Havnegade 31, Cph K (near Nyhavn); sails twice Thu-Sat at 13:00 (lunch ) & 19:00 (dinner); reservations 4675 6460 &; www. The city’s only restaurant cruise ship, the Saga Queen offers a two-hour lunch cruise and a three-hour dinner cruise. Every table has a wonderful window view, and there’s a choice of set menus. Sometimes a meal can feel like an eternity, but here the time passed by quickly and pleasurably as we enjoyed a feast for both our eyes and our very satisfied stomachs. JC Brasserie Degas Trommesalen 5, Cph V; 3322 2826; see for more info If you like macarons, this is the place to get them. The brasserie also serves main courses like fried duck breast with wild mushrooms. TDF

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Saxo Cafe Colbjørnsensgade 11, 1652 Cph V; open 11:00-23:00; 3888 8288,; Chinese buffet 128kr pp, dim sum dishes from 35kr Saxo’s menu is an eclectic and comforting mix of cultures, incorporating Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese buffets, Dim Sum and Vietnamese menus, and traditional Danish fare. With such a wide choice, it’s a great place to go as a group who can’t agree on a choice of cuisine. On our visit our favourites were the Dum Sums - particularly the steamed pork dumplings that are perfectly fluffy. AK Gold Prag Gothersgade 39, 1123 Cph K; open Tue-Wed 17:00-23:30; Thu-Sat 17:00-24:00; SunMon closed; appetisers from 19Kr, mains from 89kr; 3391 4712, Gold Prag has a distinct Austrian, Hungarian, Czech and Polish heritage and lives in a time of its own. The main courses are substantial, honestly cooked and rich in taste and include Vienna schnitzel with baked new potatoes and coleslaw and chicken breast topped with apricots and cheese. There are also dumplings cooked in the Austrian way and delicious goulash among the many different servings to be had. All in all it is a rough and tumble sort of place that is elegantly primitive with charisma, heartiness and austerely excellent food that perfectly accompanies classic beers and wine. SC Restaurant Dalaman Vodroffsvej 15, Frederiksberg C; Open daily 16:0024:00; 3322 1231; three-course menus 119kr, 139kr & 159kr pp Turkish restaurant Dalaman puts an emphasis on good food and customer satisfaction. It’s a haven for meat lovers and is popular among its clientele for the meaty mixed grill. AJ

Pubs The Irish Rover Strøget 46, 1161 Cph K; Open daily 10:00-late; www. You won’t find a more childfriendly pub in the whole city. From the fish and chip expat family nights at 17:00 on the last Friday of every month, to enjoying the Sunday roast (lamb, all the trimmings, just 99kr, kids portion for 58kr), they are always welcome. There’s live music Thursday-Sunday (22:00-late), the kitchen is open from 10:00 until late every day serving a burger meal with pint for just 120kr - the pub caters to all sports fans, there’s a pool table in their back room where you can smoke, upstairs there’s a new lounge area - the perfect place to relax with a view over Strøget. BH Brew Pub Vestergade 29, 1456 Cph K; restaurant open MonSat 12:00-22:00, pub open Mon-Thu 12:00-24:00, FriSat 12:00-02:00, Sun closed; 3332 0060;; three-course lunch menu 155kr The menu is full of hearty, homely, yet inventive dishes featuring inspired use of the same wonderful ingredients that go into the brewing process. Each dish can be easily matched by one of Brew Pub’s own concoctions from the casks across the courtyard. AK Kennedy’s Irish Bar Gammel Kongevej 23, 1610 Cph V; Open Mon-Sun 12:0002:00 It’s not an Irish pub. Instead it’s a pub owned by Irishmen, and there’s a big difference. It’s an authentic taste of what the Emerald Isle was like in the 1980s in a pub totally devoid of concepts, themes, and DIY Irish pub kits. Drop by at 17:00 on Fridays for the traditional Irish music sessions which are rapidly gaining in popularity. BH

Southern Cross Løngangstræde 37, Cph K; open Sun-Thu 15:00-03:00, Sat-Sun 12:00-05:00; 3311 0939 This Aussie boozer is a mecca for expats and Danes, old and young, that has a lively darts board, a fortnightly quiz, a good sports-viewing atmosphere, and a happy hour that lasts to 8pm during which you can beers for just 30kr. JHW The Dubliner Amagertorv 5, Strøget, 1160 Cph K; Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 10:00-late This pub is never quiet. It’s the perfect place for sports fans to mingle, or for live music which it provides every day. It also serves food all day from 10am to 10pm, and diners can find peace from the music and sport on a table overlooking the walking street, or on the first floor balcony overlooking Amagertorv. BH The Globe Nørregade 43-45, 1165 Cph K; Opening hours vary, until 03:00 Fri-Sat Friendly service and good value food make this the perfect city pub, and it’s difficult to know where to enjoy your pint given the number of options. If it’s company you want, you might try the main bar, a private function the second bar; seating-wise pull up a high chair, relax on cushioned benches or lord it as a bishop for the evening; or go genteel in the library - a great place to cheat in the fortnightly quiz, the longest running in the city. BH The Old English Pub Vesterbrogade 2B, 1620 Cph V; Open Sun-Thu 11:30-02:30, Fri-Sat 11:30-04:30; 3332 1921; This Victorian style English pub has all the class and authenticity of a Cotswolds country pub not a Costa del Sol flea trap. Facing Tivoli’s arches and just a stone’s throw from Strøget, it’s the ideal pit-stop on a tour of the city centre LB



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Barely believable that this rare meat can taste this good

Restaurant manager Bonnie Reinwald (left) enjoys the bare-faced banter she has with guests about their experience

to my surprise, however, the first thing I noticed was the smell wafting from the plate – a mouth-watering combination of mushrooms and red wine. Mixed with chanterelle mushrooms and red wine risotto, the bear was minced and well concealed. Specifically selected to fit the chanterelle’s taste in the risotto, the wine served with this course came from the Langhe region of Italy and also contained undertones of mushrooms. Despite the mushroom theme of this course, the first bites of the risotto quickly reminded me that I was eating bear – and it was unlike anything I


MANY THINGS in life taste like chicken. Bear, however, is most certainly not one of them. Taking a walk on the wild side, Reinwald’s Restaurant is offering wild bear as a rare seasonal addition to their menu. Hailing from the northern regions of Sweden, the bears are taken directly from the wild, providing a bona fide taste of Scandinavia. Every year, the Swedish authorities have a cull, and most of the bears end up being eaten within their borders. Fortunately for us, Reinwald’s in Copenhagen has an inside track, and as the only restaurant in the whole of Denmark allowed to serve bear, this year it has three of the beasts to serve. The meat typically lasts four or five weeks. Currently, they are in their second week, so those looking to unleash their taste buds into the wild better hurry so they don’t miss out on this oncea-year chance! Bear meat has a strong gamey taste, something that manager Bonnie Reinwald enjoys discussing with guests. “People have many different opinions on the taste and it’s fun to have a dialogue with the guests about what they prefer,” she told InOut when we visited. “The flavours are strong compared to beef and lamb, which can be too much for people.” Diners have the option of choosing the lighter three-course meal that includes a soup starter, a main of bear with juniper berries, caramelised onions and mashed potatoes, and dessert. According to Reinwald, the bear menu is mixed with elements that bears tend to eat in the wild – nuts, salmon, berries – to make the theme complete. For those with an enormous appetite, there is also the five-course option, where each dish is paired with a carefully selected wine meant to complement and balance the strong tastes. My dining partner and I decided that if we were going to try bear, we might as well go all out. A stranger to exotic dishes, I must admit that the most adventurous food I had previously tried was duck – something many would hardly consider unusual. With that being said, I was glad the meal began with a less intimidating crab broth served with a poached quail egg and large crouton. Extremely rich and thick, the broth was delightfully flavoursome, yet without the overpowering taste of seafood. Following a salad, the first big moment of the night was finally upon us, and even after three glasses of wine, I remained apprehensive when the waiter brought out the first steaming platter of bear. Much

had ever before tasted. It was more intense than beef, more ‘game-like’ than venison and definitely nothing like chicken. Quickly filling up, the next main arrived: the bear roast. Paired with morels (also from Sweden) in a port wine sauce, sweet potatoes, roasted pears and honeycandied cranberries, this dish definitely fit the ‘eating like a bear while eating bear theme’. “I feel like we are in the wilderness and eating a wild bear that was cooked over the campfire with a few delectable ingredients,” my dining partner commented.

The braised bear, which Reinwald warned can be “too gamey for some” was actually my favourite of the night. Perhaps this was because it tasted a bit like roast beef, which was a pleasant surprise after the earlier warnings. Not only had I survived my bear experience, but it had been quite pleasurable. Finally, the dessert consisted of truffles and crushed almonds with Bailey’s Irish cream ice cream – a perfect ending to a meal that was unexpectedly ‘bearable’. .

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MIX Copenhagen Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans Film Festival Cinemateket (Gothersgade 55) and Empire Bio (Guldbergsgade 29); tickets: 75kr per film, six-movie pass: 375kr;

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HIS year the Copenhagen Gay & Lesbian Film Festival has been rebranded in collaboration with MIX Copenhagen as the MIX Copenhagen Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans Film Festival. Lasting until 30 October, this festival promises to bring a focus on sex and sexuality with a diverse collection of films from around the world, including a large number of films in English. While there will be the usual suspects of kinky leather, romance, laughter, shock tactics and great sex scenes, there will also be more of a focus this year on transsexual people with the new concept of SST 2012, which aims to ‘Stop the medicalisation of trans people’. With over 100 films, loads of Q&A sessions, debates, parties and an art exhibition crammed into ten days, the problem isn’t finding anything to suit, but rather finding enough time to view as many of these fantastic films as possible. One film that is sure to be a standout is the opening film, Becoming Chaz, which is about Cher’s daughter who now lives as a man. The film follows the first year of Chaz Bono’s very public media-monitored gender reassignment, from testosterone therapy to his breast surgery. Featuring footage from Chaz’s childhood and an interview with Cher herself, the film provides an intimate and remarkably

Israeli actor Yuval Edelman, who plays the drag queen ‘Ziona the patriot’ in Eytan Fox’s Mary Lou (showing Tuesday), will be appearing in person

honest insight into the challenges transitioning poses. This year there will also be many film themes, amongst them ‘Are you a movie Germaniac?, a subject that aims to address the question of where German film is heading into the new decade. Whilst many of the films featured have received little attention outside of Germany, they indicate that the German film industry is far from stagnating. One of the interesting films is expected to be ‘Harvest’, which tells the story of a quiet man, Marko, who’s finishing his training as a farmer when a new apprentice, Jacob, shows up on

the scene. Shot in the countryside, this film portrays a beautiful love that is only amplified by the calm and picturesque setting. Other films from this category include ‘Romeos’, ‘Looking for Simon’ and ‘Prince in Hell’. For those seeking other international films in English there is the theme ‘If you’re going to San Francisco’, which reflects upon the fact that 30 years after the first HIV diagnosis in San Francisco, the city is proof that ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’. Other international themes include ‘Yes we Canada’ and ‘British Broads’.

where boys without dicks and girls without vaginas make out. It is sexual pleasure outside white heterosexual supremacy. It is the riot of sexual freaks.” This theme is sure to cause controversy and with most of the films containing explicit sex scenes, this may not be for everyone, although it promises to be an eye opener. So get out of the closet and into the cinema to support the Copenhagen Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans Film Festival - one of the oldest LGBT film festivals in the world, still going strong in its 26th year.

Closet sci-fi fans shouldn’t despair as there is also the fun theme ‘Beam me up, Hottie’. Amongst the films playing is the quirky ‘Codependent lesbian space alien seeks same’, which tells the story of three lesbian space aliens on Earth. With a mix of cheap Ed Wood-inspired special effects, the awkwardness of a Woody Allen comedy and a twist of X-Files, this film is clearly a must-see for every sci-fi geek. For those who prefer it hot, there is always the ‘Post Porn’ theme. According to Beatriz Preciado, the queer theorist and author, “Postporn is a feminist, trans, queer sexual-guerrilla


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New this Week George Harrison: living in the material World Dir: Martin Scorsese; UK documentary, 2011, 208 mins; Terry Gilliam, George Harrison, Paul McCartney “Scorsese has accomplished the best documentary that is probably possible,” writes the Chicago Sun-Times. George Harrison: Living in the Material World takes viewers on the musical and spiritual voyage that was Harrison’s life. With very little concert footage, it focuses more on archival interviews, news footage, and an impressive selection of talking heads. While the film takes a generally respectful tone toward its subject, a decidedly conflicted picture of Harrison emerges. In their words, he was “a red-blooded man” (Paul McCartney) prone to “anger” (Ringo Starr) with “a very extreme personality [that led him] very heavily into drugs” (Klaus Voormann). Time magazine has hailed the film a “sonorous tribute to the pop idol, movie producer, spiritual searcher and constant gardener.” EM

Paranormal Activity 3 Dir: Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman; US horror, 2011, 84 mins, Katie Featherston Just like with Paranormal Activity 2, the film has skipped the press screenings and saved the premiere for the people who count – the airheads who’ll watch any sequel because it’s a safe bet. This threequel is actually a prequel, time warping back to 1988 where it fills

in the blanks as to how sisters Katie and Kristi were tormented in their childhood before enduring a resurgence of hauntings as adults. Or are they just clinically insane? Who cares? Go at your own risk to a film that has a high Rotten Tomatoes rating but hasn’t yet debuted in the US. EM/BH

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Husets Biograf, Magstræde 14, Cph K; Thu (Oct 20), Fri & Sat, 19:00 & 21:00; tickets 60-70kr per show, 70kr for both shows on Fri; www. Animatronics refers to the use of mechatronics to create machines (or in the case of movie making – puppets) that seem animate rather than robotic. The technology behind animatronics has become more advanced and sophisticated over the years, making the puppets even more realistic and lifelike. Thursday and Saturday night sees British musician Chris Walker play an original live (improvised) soundtrack to Jiri Trnka’s legendary animated parable The Hand, as well as The Devil’s Mill. Also playing will be Of Dolls and Murder by Susan Marks. A Baltimore-produced film, it tells the history of dolls and doll houses as used in police reconstructions of crime scenes. Friday night sees a return of last year’s most popular screening: The Martha Colburn Retrospective. Her short films are famous in the underground for their joyous and exuberant perversity. Following that is The Suzan Pitt Retrospective. Pitt is known for creating surreal, psychological animation with powerful, trancelike explorations into the realm of the subconscious. EM

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Dir: Nicolas Winding Refn; 2011; 95 mins; Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan Make sure you’re in your seats early for this one or else you’ll miss one of the most brilliant opening scenes in a movie ... ever. Refn manages to build extraordinary tension before igniting brief outbursts of violence. Sheer brilliance! KE

Dir: John Singleton; US action, 2011, 106 mins; Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins, Michael Nyquist, Abduction is a fast and furious ride in which violent things will happen whether the plot has prepared for them or not. Realism and filmic integrity are sacrificed for the obligatory and predictable Hollywood-isms. The story runs that one night while working on a school project with a cute girl, Nathan (Lautner) discovers his baby picture on a missing children’s website. One ill-advised phone call later and he finds himself in a sinister web of corruption and hitmen. So who is it for? The formula of having a grim subtext frequently eclipsed by scenes of animal magnetism may be suitable for couples out on a date but we need to call a spade a spade - Abduction is frenzied, flashy and, not surprisingly, pretty shallow. KG

One Day (7) Dir: Lone Scherfig; UK/US drama, 2011,107 min; Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess, Patricia Clarkson Everyone could probably point to a past event of which the consequences have literally dictated who and where they are today. ‘One Day’ is a meditation on this theme with a bit more in the mix. The nicely interwoven themes, and the generally believable acting have the film living up to its own ambitious intentions, delivering an emotional punch in the gut. KG

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ii (11) Dir: David Yates; 2011, 130 mins; Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint The Harry Potter finale ended an era last July. Cinematic magic follows our heroic threesome, and with a litany of impossible foes and an action-packed battle sequence finale, it’s one of the better HP films. SS

Crazy, Stupid, love (7) Dir: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa; 2011; 118 mins; Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling Carell re-enacts his 40-Year-Old Virgin character in this fluffy, finely manicured romcom. He and Gosling make an appealing buddy couple, with Gosling alluring as a lithe and ruthless tomcat. Pleasure can be had watching this; however the slapstick finale feels hopelessly banal. AS

Johnny English Reborn Dir: Oliver Parker; UK com, 2011, 101 mins; Rowan Atkinson, Gillian Anderson, Dominic West Not knowing whether to take itself seriously or be goofball Bean funny, Johnny English Reborn hovers in the dreaded middle ground of comic purgatory. The latest in a long, long line of Bond parodies, Johnny English Reborn sees Johnny English in a Tibet monastery trying to forget his embarrassing debacle in Mozambique. His superiors in MI7 have all but forgotten about him until a job comes up that only he can do, so he is reluctantly summoned back to the ministry. The comedic theme of getting wiser as one gets older allows our hero to occasionally downplay some scenes to terrific effect. Bottom line: It has some LOL moments and fans of Atkinson will still probably love this movie, though there is less Mr Bean and more Blackadder this time around. KE

footloose Dir: Craig Brewer; US dance, 2011, 100 mins; Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough, Dennis Quaid, Andie MacDowell For many who grew up loving this classic film, this remake will no doubt destroy a story that for so many people was almost flawless. While much sexier than the original, the film lacks depth and character development. The character of McCormack is likeable enough but the director’s decision to make him less angstridden is often irritating. JOS


Also Playing Submarine (7) Dir: Richard Ayoade; 2010; 92 mins; Craig Roberts, Noah Taylor, Sally Hawkins. Set on the Welsh seaside, this gently stirring coming of age film is darkly funny and intriguing. However don’t expect a catchy pace - the film gently saunters along much like a submarine with a little too much fluff in some spots. KE

Bobby fischer Against the World (11) Dir: Liz Garbus; 2011; 93 min Bobby Fischer, Regina Fischer This is a poignant and unsettling film, but Garbus provides no revelations for anyone who has followed Fischer’s story. AS

Horrible Bosses (11) Dir: Seth Gordon; 2011; 100 mins; Jason Bateman, Charlie Day Ferociously plot-driven with several hilarious scenes, Horrible Bosses unfolds like dominos tumbling faster and louder. KRG

Page One: inside the New York Times (15) Dir: Andrew Rossi; US doc, 2011, 88 mins Clearly aimed at media nerds, the film is an unashamed labour of love revealing Rossi’s admiration and respect for the grand old ‘Grey Lady’. AS

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NR2, Mon 22:40

CHOOSING A PICK was difficult this week so let’s call it a draw. First off, Homeland stars Claire Danes as a CIA op who believes war hero Damien Lewis (the ginger major from Band of Brothers – the reallife guy died in January) might have been converted to Al Qaeda’s cause during a stay in one of their caves. The first episode only broadcast in the States on October 2 – looks like oil-rich Norway has finally paid its bill for the Eurovision Song Contest. “Once you watch the first episode, it’s going to be hard standing the wait for the next,” promises the Wall Street Journal. “You don’t get this sort of stylish and challenging stuff very frequently - adult subject matter treated maturely in a series that makes you squirm and think,” chimed the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Another British actor, Andrew Lincoln (Egg in This Life), who you always suspected might make it big one day, is the gun-toting star of the acclaimed The Walking Dead (a 82 Metacritic score to Homeland’s 91) - a zombie thriller based on a comic book that has been developed for TV by Frank Darabont, the director of The Shawshank Redemption. “This is the scariest series I’ve ever seen,” praised People Weekly. “Dead is beautifully shot, but what it’s shooting are former humans with rotting skin and bleating agonised groans,” observed Entertainment Weekly. “And like the comics, there’s great, grim humour.” Darabont “defies the predictabilities of the horror genre, infusing the recipe with more storytelling elan”, praised The Hollywood Reporter.

Elsewhere, there’s a chance to watch The Wire from the start (SV1, Fri 23:45); TV3 Puls are showing the first season of The Big C (Mon-Thu 23:00); the Rugby World Cup final (TV2 Sport, Sun 10:00) looks like a foregone conclusion, but that’s what England and Wales said; Separate Lives (SV4, Mon 23:00) tackles the subject of NR2, Mon 22:40 Homeland siamese twins - as intrusively as possible; Surviving Hitler - A Love Story (DR K, Mon 20:50 & Tue 19:00) details one of the lesser know plots to kill the Fuhrer; and Raiders of the Lost Gold (DR K, Wed 21:30) documents the search for the treasures the Japanese looted from its empire during World War Two – a tale so extraordinary you half expect Indiana Jones to turn up. BEN HAMILTON DR HD, Sun 21:45 The Walking Dead

K6, Sun 14:00Premier League: Man United vs Man City FILM O THE W F EEK

DR2,Wed 20:30 The Reader

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17:00-17:50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 22:20-23:50 The Fourth Angel (UK thriller, 2001) Jeremy Irons 23:50-01:20 Big Momma’s House (US com, 2000) Martin Lawrence

19:05-20:00 Amazon (BBC doc, 2008) 21:10-22:40 Midsomer Murders 23:10-01:05 Dangerous Liaisons (US drama, 1988) Glen Close, John Malkovich

19:05-19:30 Baby Planet (UK nature, 2008) 22:10-23:00 Whitechapel (UK thriller series, 2008)

17:00-17:50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 22:00-23:30 Lewis (UK crime series, 2010) 23:35-00:30 Blood, Sweat and T-shirts (UK doc series, 2008)

17:00-17:50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 22:00-23:30 DCI Banks (UK crime series, 2011)

17:00-17:50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 22:00-23:20 Damages 23:30-00:30 Who Do You Think You Are: David Suchet

17:00-17:50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 22:00-00:05 Basic Instinct (US thriller, 1992) Michael Douglas, Sharon Stone

18:05-18:55 CCTV - You Are Being Watched (UK doc, 2007) 20:00-20:50 The Return of Sherlock Holmes (UK drama series) 23:30-01:10 War Inc (US com, 2008) John Cusack, Hilary Duff

17:30-18:00 Oz and James Drink to Britain (UK doc, 2009) 18:30-20:00 Lost in Austen (UK drama miniseries, 2008) 20:00-22:30 Theme night: Abracadabra! (includes English language programmes)

18:25-20:00 Lost in Austen 20:30-21:00 Oz and James Drink to Britain (UK doc, 2009) 21:00-21:45 River Cottage Every Day 21:45-22:15 Could You Eat an Elephant? (UK food, 2010)

17:50-18:10 The Daily Show 23:55-00:20 The Daily Show

17:50-18:15 The Daily Show 21:00-22:15 A Long Weekend With The Son of God (UK doc, 2009) 23:30-23:55 The Daily Show

17:50-18:10 The Daily Show 18:10-19:05 Bomb Harvest (Au doc, 2007) 20:30-22:30 The Reader (US drama, 2008) Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes 23:30-23:55 The Daily Show

17:50-18:20 The Daily Show 20:45-22:30 Waking the Dead (UK crime series, 2011) 23:40-00:00 The Daily Show

17:05-18:00 Friends 23:00-00:45 The Truman Show (US com, 1998) Jim Carrey

21:10-22:45 Failure to Launch (US com, 2006) Matthew McConaughey, Sarah Jessica Parker

21:00-23:05 Iron Man (US action, 2008) Robert Downey Jr 23:05-01:05 Patriot Games (US action, 1992) Harrison Ford

17:05-18:00 Friends

17:05-18:00 Friends

17:05-18:00 Friends 20:35-21:25 Desperate Housewives

17:05-18:00 Friends

17:00-17:50 David Letterman 17:50-18:45 King of Queens 18:45-19:45 Friends 19:45-21:05 Reno 911!: Miami (US com, 2007) Danny DeVito 21:55-00:00 2011 Emmy Awards

16:20-18:05 Gok’s Fashion Fix 18:05-18:50 King of Queens 18:50-19:55 Friends 23:50-00:15 The Jeff Dunham Show

12:30-21:00 The Good Wife (season one)

17:00-17:50 David Letterman 17:50-18:45 King of Queens 18:45-19:45 Friends 23:20-23:45 Nitro Circus

17:00-17:50 David Letterman 17:50-18:45 King of Queens 18:45-19:45 Friends 21:50-23:50 15 Minutes (US action, 2001) Robert de Niro

17:00-17:50 David Letterman 17:50-18:45 King of Queens 18:45-19:45 Friends 21:20-21:45 The Jeff Dunham Show

17:00-17:50 David Letterman 17:50-18:45 King of Queens 18:45-19:45 Friends 23:50-00:40 Reba

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 21:00-23:15 Firewall (US thriller, 2006) Harrison Ford 23:15-01:00 The One (US action, 2001) Jet Li

22:55-01:05 Mickey Blue Eyes (US com, 1999) Hugh Grant

21:00-23:20 Zohan (US com, 2008) Adam Sandler 23:20-01:40 Beowulf (US advent, 2007) Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 23:55-00:20 Two and a Half Men

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 23:45-00:15 Two and a Half Men

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 21:00-22:00 World According to Paris Hilton 23:50-00:20 Two and a Half Men

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 23:50-00:20 Two and a Half Men

17:00-18:00 Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 20:00-21:00 An Idiot Abroad 21:00-21:30 Outsourced 21:30-23:45 Hudson Hawk (US com, 1991) Bruce Willis

17:00-21:00 Top Gear 22:00-00:10 Last Man Standing (US action, 1996) Bruce Willis

22:15-05:40 NFL Football

17:00-18:00 Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 20:00-21:00 NCIS LA 21:00-22:00 Outlaw Bikers (Can series, 2008) 22:00-00:25 Spartacus (US drama series, 2004) Goran Visnjic

17:00-18:00 Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 20:00-21:10 Top Gear 21:10-23:30 The Incredible Hulk (US action, 2008) 23:30-01:55 Blade (US action, 1998) Wesley Snipes

17:00-18:00 Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 20:00-21:10 Top Gear 21:10-23:35 Hellboy 2: The Golden Army (US action, 2008) Ron Perlman, Selma Blair

17:00-18:00 Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 20:00-21:00 NCIS LA 21:00-22:00 Two and a Half Men (season premiere) 23:00-00:00 True Justice

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 House 20:00-21:00 Trinny and Susannah’s Makeover Mission - Holland 21:30-23:55 Ocean’s Thirteen (US com, 2007) George Clooney, Brad Pitt

17:10-18:05 Grey’s Anatomy 18:05-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 House 21:00-23:00 The Night We Never Met (US com, 1993) Matthew Broderick 23:00-00:00 The Closer

18:00-19:00 What’s Eating You (UK doc) 22:55-00:10 Jeff Brazier: Me and my Brother (UK doc) one’s a reality TV star, the other’s got cerebral palsy

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 House 20:00-21:00 Grey’s Anatomy 21:00-21:55 Private Practice 21:55-22:55 House 22:55-23:20 Cougar Town 23:20-00:15 Grey’s Anatomy

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 House 22:00-23:00 What’s Eating You 23:00-00:00 Grey’s Anatomy

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 House 20:00-21:00 Trinny and Susannah’s Makeover Mission - Holland 21:30-22:35 Baring It All (UK doc) 22:35-23:05 Cougar Town

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 House 21:55-22:55 Hellcats 22:55-23:50 Grey’s Anatomy 23:50-00:45 Private Practice

17:05-18:00 Numb3rs 18:00-19:00 Human Target 21:30-23:30 Death Sentence (US action, 2007) Kevin Bacon, Kelly Preston

20:00-22:00 Ratatouille (US animation, 2007) Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm 22:00-00:00 The Three Musketeers (US advent, 1993) Chris O’Donnell, Charlie Sheen

20:00-21:00 CIS 22:45-23:45 Criminal Minds 23:45-00:35 Special Victims Unit

17:05-18:00 Numb3rs 20:00-22:20 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (US action, 1989) Harrison Ford 23:05-01:00 Criminal Minds

17:05-18:00 Numb3rs 21:00-22:55 CSI 23:35-01:30 Criminal Minds

17:05-18:00 Numb3rs 17:05-18:00 Numb3rs 21:00-22:00 CSI 21:00-21:55 Criminal Minds 21:55-22:55 Special Victims Unit 22:55-00:45 Criminal Minds

InOut - The CPH Post Entertainment Guide, October 21 - 27  

InOut, the weekly entertainment guide from The Copenhagen Post. Giving you an overview of all the best things to see and do in the city.

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