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The CPH Post Entertainment Guide | 14 - 19 April 2012

Copenhagen Theatre Circle Presents in English a comedy with music NEIL SIMON’S

Based on the humorous short stories of Anton Chekhov 18–21 and 24–28 April 2012 at 20:00; Sunday 22 April at 17:00. Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2. 2100 København Ø. Tickets:

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Drug-defying dance

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14 - 19 April 2012

End of the crusade, but no fading to blackout

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IT’S THAT TIME of year again. So many mugs, so many mugs! When will they ever learn – don’t put your winter coat in storage until May. I’ve said it a million times, and I’ll say it again: Denmark is a country of just two seasons: winter and summer. As the editor of this rag, this time of year is particularly painful. Every other piece submitted mentions spring in the opening sentence. They deliver the copy in advance on a pleasant day, but by the time the issue hits the streets, it’s snowing again. Our music listings writer is the worst culprit. He’s weatherobsessed (yeah, English, although to be fair, the Irish are the worst). He’s writing about events going on at one in the morning and harping on about the warmer climate, yet back in January, when the brass monkey’s nuts are a permanent shade of blue, the weather barely gets a mention at all. Is this what they call wishful thinking?

Last week, I had the temerity to suggest that people don’t celebrate the seasons as much in northern Europe as they do in other areas of the world. But maybe I’m wrong. This city is full of so many spring-glazed idiots that there must be an underground spring movement where they gather to whip each other with daffodils, tell anyone who will listen that Easter is actually a spring festival, and gush on about a season that doesn’t exist. And once again the events this week reflect the fact that nobody wants to go outdoors. There are no less than two new plays in English – the CTC’s The Good Doctor (see coverage on G3 and page nine of the newspaper) and Desdemona (G2), of which there will be a review next week – and BLACKOUT!, the final part of Mute Comp’s trilogy on crime. This time the focus is on drugs: the good ones and the bad ones. And nicely timed to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic (see G20 for details of Julian Fellowes’s rubbish miniseries) is the release of the film Battleships (see G18). Presumably the distributor who chose this release week put their winter coat away on March 1.



Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; starts Sat, ends 28 April, performances Mon-Sat at 19:30, also Wed 12:00; tickets: 75-145kr,, www., 3329 1029; 70 mins;, “THE STAGE during a rehearsal is like an anthill,” says Jakob Stage, one of the dancers and choreographers from Mute Comp, a dance company which is preparing for their latest performance piece with glee in their eyes, not giving much away about BLACKOUT! until the opening night. “The audience will be in for a couple of surprises,” he promises. It’s always a fantastic experience to see people completely involved with what they do: it adds a deeper layer to the performance and rings true with the audience. BLACKOUT!, the latest creation of the renowned Mute Comp, is the third and final part of the trilogy on the three biggest illegal economies: sex/trafficking, weapons and drugs. This instalment focuses on drugs and escapism. It explores the darker sides of human nature, our urges, repressed desires and their consequences. It doesn’t presume to judge or condemn anyone; it aims to present impressions and the experience in a brilliant, entertaining and dynamic show full of music, lights and smoke. All three parts of the trilogy are an “artistic interpretation of all the research that we’ve done”, says Stage - i.e. meetings with organisations (including NGOs) and individuals. In BLACKOUT! they focus on people who treat drug addiction, as well as people who use drugs, to form a complete picture and look at it from all possible perspectives. The creators draw on hands-on experience, including a trip to places like Goa in India, where the ever-present gurus offer Westerners an escape from reality and a better, ‘spiritual’ life to those who want to find themselves. For the members of Mute Comp, it was an eye-opening experience. It sits in the back of their heads constantly - it may or may not be incorporated into the show, but it will definitely influence the dancers and musicians and enrich the show. Even though it is a part of a bigger whole and a finalisation of three years of work, research and staging performances, BLACKOUT! is primarily an independent piece. It can be seen and enjoyed without any knowledge of the previous parts. However, there are subtle connections between the three.

Performance Desdemona – A play about a handkerchief


Bådteatret, Nyhavn 16, Cph K; starts Sat, ends April 28, performances Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat 17:00; Tickets: over-25s 130kr, under-25s 60kr, group discounts available, This is Othello as you have never seen it before. Told from the perspective of the three female characters from Shakespeare’s great tragedy – Desdemona, Emilia and Bianca – this ironic adaptation reveals the women’s plight for freedom and independence. Adhering cleverly to Othello’s plot, writer Paula Vogel hones in on the struggles of these women and the tragic fate that awaits them. See next week’s issue for a full review. EB

The drug dealer regrets her decision to keep her stash in her trousers

Anyone who saw Knock on Unpainted Wood (2010, sex/trafficking) and F.U.B.A.R. (2011, weapons) will perhaps recognise a movement in the dance, a colour or a certain attitude. Since they deal with similar topics they also share similar energy and atmosphere. It’s not necessary to know them, though, and furthermore the non-Danish speaking audience will not have any problems understanding. Mute Comp focuses on the performance, movement and music, universal elements and topics that are common to all people, and therefore cross national barriers. The performance itself is not a linear narrative, it’s an interaction between choreography, music, lights and smoke. They have done some “research into the light and how it can trick and influence our vision”, so perhaps it will make it into the final cut and the audience will get a chance to experience some otherworldly visions. However surreal it may be, though, Stage underlines that BLACKOUT! “does bear a resemblance to the reality, and echoes what is truthful, so that the audience can connect and relate to it”. The artists hope that it will help to form opinions about those topics, spark some curiosity. Nevertheless, their main goal is to

Kameliadamen (The Lady of the Camellias)

Gamle Scene, Kongens Nytorv, 1055 Cph K; ends May 2; performances at 20:00 on Tue, Thu, April 20, April 21, May 2; tickets: 95–695kr; introduction 45 min before every performance in the balcony foyer (in Danish); This tear-jerking ballet about the impossible love between a courtesan and aristo is set in the demimonde of mid-19th century Paris. Inspired by Dumas the Younger’s novel from 1848, the same source the Greta Garbo film Camille and Verdi’s opera La Traviata are based on, the Royal Danish Ballet’s artistic director Nikolaj Hübbe calls it “one of [John] Neumeier’s most beautiful ballets”. See it and discover why. FBP


provide a good performance. BLACKOUT! is performed by Mute Comp’s dancers Kasper Ravnhøj, Stage, along with guests Louise Hyun Dahl and Thomas Bentin (nominated for the Danish Theatre Award in 2011). Responsible for the music are Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg, MC Jabber and Dodebum, and they will also be performing it live on stage. They were hand-picked because their urban electronica reflects modern city-living and fits the idea behind BLACKOUT!. “The light, ethereal vocals and spherical soundscapes of Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg; the dark, urging and chanting flow of MC Jabber’s words and the both gloomy and playful electronic compositions of Dodebum will unite in a melting pot of noise, pop, sound art, indie and slam poetry” states Mute Comp’s website, and judging purely by whom they chose for the two previous productions, and how quickly the chemistry between the dancers and the musicians clicked, this will promises to be another resounding success.

Store Scene, Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, 1438 Cph K; ends May 13, performances at 17:00 (unless stated) on Sat, Wed, April 22 (15:00), April 30, May 4, May 8, May 13 (15:00); tickets: 95-895kr; 330 mins with two intermissions; in German with Danish supertitles; 3369 6969; www. Max Reger, the German pianist and composer, cried for two weeks and then became a musician, Gustav Mahler was “completely spellbound”, and Claude Debussy found it “incomparable and bewildering, splendid and strong”, and now Keith Warner, the artistic director at the Royal Danish Opera, has re-imagined Wagner’s masterwork at the Opera. AK


Gone Home


Lille Carl, Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 14-24, Cph V; starts Wed, ends April 25, performances at 21:00 (unless stated) on Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat (also 17:00), Sun (17:00); tickets: 130kr, youth: 60kr; 130 mins including intermission; Choreographers Dorte Olesen and Ari Rosenzweig present surrealistic fairytales about going away and finding home. Rosenzweig, a Danish choreographer and bicycle maker who lives in Israel, is known for his frenetic, intense dance performances while Swedish choreographer Olesen is one of the hottest things going in Sweden’s dance scene. Gone Home takes you into the heart of their two worlds. EB

A worthy stage-side manner The Good Doctor

Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, 2100 Cph Ø; starts Wed, ends April 28; performances at 20:00 (unless stated) Wed-April 21, April 22 (17:00), April 24-28; Tickets: 140kr, group discounts,; www. NO MATTER how slight your sadistic tendencies, we all enjoy chuckling at others’ misfortune from time to time. If a toothache-ridden cleric suffering at the hands of an enthusiastic but incompetent medical student tickles your calluses, The Good Doctor is sure to stimulate your laughter reflex. Broadway’s master of comedy Neil Simon (The Odd Couple) has craftily woven together a collection of Russian playwright Anton Chekhov’s farcical short stories, slapstick and music to bring you The Good Doctor. Most people wouldn’t expect gags from 19th century Russia to be funny. To the contrary, Chekhov’s humour is as relevant today as it was when he wrote his way through med school. After all, watching a fawning employee spatter a vociferous sneeze all over his boss is as funny today as it has ever been.

La Traviata

Store Scene, Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, 1438 Cph K; ends April 26, performances at 20:00 on Mon, April 24, April 26; tickets 95-895kr; 170 mins including intermission; in Italian with Danish supertitles; Giuseppe Verdi’s classic love story has proved enduringly popular since the 1850s. Indeed, it’s currently the second most performed opera in the world, trailing only behind The Magic Flute. See it once and you’ll understand why. CS


Malmö Opera, Östra Rönneholmsvägen 20, Malmö; ends May 9, Performances at 19:00 on Tue, April 15 (16:00), April 24, April 26, May 2, May 4, May 9; Tickets: 900-945kr; 150 mins; Georges Bizet’s Carmen is one of the world’s most famous operas because of its captivating music. Carmen only attained success several years after it was created and like many artists, Bizet never got to witness his success. JR

Wallman’s Dinner Show

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




14 - 19 April 2012 While not all the sketches are purely comedic, the show’s director, Frank Theakston, the chair of the Copenhagen Theatre Circle, emphasises that almost all contain humorous, bittersweet elements. Absurdity underlies much of the humour, making light of the world’s madness. The slapstick sketches focus on the hilarity of pain, while other scenes poke fun at the embarrassment suffered by people due to their position in society. These animated characters range from the desperate actress, to the Casanova preying on vulnerable wives, to the bank manager simultaneously ravaged by gout and the affections of an insane woman. Ouch. Despite Chekhov’s habitual reference to cultural context, Theakston says his writing has a Shakespeare-like quality that makes the sketches timeless. “Chekhov’s character observation and social commentary make it comparatively easy for any audience to identify with the situations, comic or otherwise,” he says. The Writer (played by Jens Blegaa) narrates the play, linking the various episodes as though they are products of his imagination. Floating in and out of the scenes and providing commentary, The Writer is of course Chekhov, but Simon never reveals him as such. Hints are

Exhibitions Seppo Mattinen


Clausens Kunsthandel, Toldbodgade 9, Cph K; started April 7, ends May 12; open Tues-Sat 11:00-17:00; www. The majority of Finnish artist Seppo Mattinen’s artworks show expressive figures in a mixture of activities associated with daily urban life, with the occasional divergence into the fantastical. An exercise class, café life, and romantic encounters are all present in his paintings as well as Pippi Longstocking involved in various playful activities. BF

From the Greece Gropers Foundation


Overgaden, neden Vandet 17, Cph K; starts April 14, ends June 3; open Tue-Sun 13:00-17:00, Thu 13:0020:00; Artists Jeuno JE Kim and Lasse Krog Møller have created a fictional institution, The Greece Gropers Foundation. The pair created the name of their institution’s ‘founder’ from an anagram of the writer Georges Perec, whose texts inspired the exhibition’s concept. Kim and Møller have created ten collections from the fictional institution using literature, museum aesthetics and archival classification methods. BF

Busy rehearsing Jens Blegaa and Brendan O’Gorman (top left), O’Gorman and Josh Shires (bottom left), Blegaa and John Shennan (centre) and Ed Kowalski

dropped along the way, with the character uttering his constant feeling of inferiority compared to literary greats Tolstoy and Turgenev. The Writer is a clever tool, according to Theakston, as he enables the drama to slalom between the most outlandish sketches and the more reflective, poignant episodes, leading the audience through a range of emotions: from chuckling knowingly at the rivalry between two war veter-

ans on a park bench, to being moved by the chance meeting of two lonely old people. The Copenhagen Theatre Circle’s production includes ten actors, double the size of the play’s original 1973 cast on Broadway. The CTC’s interpretation also focuses more on creating a sense of Chekhov’s era, with period settings and turn of the 20th century costumes, rather than drawing on Simon’s American-take on the short stories.

The CTC has been around for more than 42 years, but it is Theakston’s first time in the director’s chair, an experience he has found “surprisingly exhilarating”. “As an actor, I don’t particularly look forward to rehearsing, whereas as a director I found myself absorbed in the process of bringing out the characters, developing the stories and getting the best out of my fellow actors,” Theakston says.

If you want a generous dose of farcical comedy interspersed with thoughtful anecdotes and lively characters, The Good Doctor is a reliable choice. Whether you are already a Chekhov-convert or someone in need of a first consultation, this performance will show you an alternative side to the influential playwright, with some giggles along the way.

First Floor: Guy Maddin

Garden Tales

Brother John

To Be Announced


Overgaden, neden Vandet 17, Cph K; starts April 14, ends June 3; open Tue-Sun 13:00-17:00, Thu 13:00-20:00; Canadian filmmaker and video artist Guy Maddin’s site-specific project consists of eleven short films created around the theme of ghosts. Maddin is known for his signature filmmaking style, which mimics that of silent films and early motion pictures. BF

Sacra Conversazione


Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Ny Carlseberg Vej 68, Cph V; started April 13, ends May 26; open Tue-Fri 12-17, Sat 12-15; Alexander Tovborg and Jeppe Hein’s new work is inspired by the Renaissance and religious iconography. Tovborg is a painter and Hein works with installation and sculpture. Hein owns the Karriere art bar, where he exhibits local and internationally celebrated artists. BF

New Work: Troels Wörsel


Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Gothersgade 49, Cph K; started April 13, ends May 18; open Tue-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; Wörsel’s paintings are large-scale, colorful explorations of language and form. Parts of words are interwoven with abstract shapes and colour blocks, with the occasional figure appearing on his canvases. The Danish artist divides his time between Italy and Germany. BF


Galleri Christof- N fer Egelund, Bredgade 75, Cph K; started April 13, ends May 13; open Mon-Fri 11:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Henrik S Simonsen, a Danish artist based in the UK, is inspired by nature, and his exhibition is a celebration of springtime consisting of brightly-coloured canvases layered with flowers, plants, and trees. BF

Vesa-Pekka Rannikko/ Henrik Jørgensen


Gallery Lars Olsen, Uplandsgade 56, Cph S; ongoing, ends May 26; open Thu-Sat 13:00-18:00; Henrik Jørgensen from Denmark is predominately a painter concerned with formal and technical investigations. Vesa-Pekka Rannikko from Finland works in a variety of mediums from video to painting and performance. BF

Material World


Danish Architecture Centre, Strandgade 27B, Cph K; ongoing, ends June 5; open Mon-Sun 10:00-17:00, Weds 10:00-21:00; adult tickets: 40kr, students 25kr, under15s free adm; This exhibition explores material use throughout architectural history. It looks at how specific materials have influenced possibilities and trends in architecture. The exhibition explores the past as well as the future, by looking at the use of green building materials that are more lightweight, less resource intensive, or provide better insulation. BF

Galleri Tom Christofferson, Skindergade 5, Cph K; ends April 28; open Wed-Fri 12:0018:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; www. This exhibition presents work from the estate of pioneering Danish artist John Davidsen. BF

Livsmønstre (Life Patterns)

Designmuseum Danmark, Bredgade 68, Cph K; ends June 24; open Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-21:00; Danish artist Helle Hove creates site-specific, sculptural installations that explore light and patterns. BF

Christoffer Munch Andersen

Henningsen Gallery, Fredericiagade 17, Cph K; ends April 21; open Tue-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Andersen finds beauty in everyday objects, from beer cans to pizza boxes. BF

Den Tavse Station

Kunsthal Nikolaj, Nikolaj Plads 10, Cph K; ends May 12; open Tue–Sun 12:00– 17:00, Thu 12:00–21:00; www. Mie Olise is inspired by architecture in states of isolation and disrepair. BF

Sense of Furniture

Denmark’s Design Museum, Bredgade 68, Cph K; ends Dec 30; open Tues 10:00-17:00; tickets: 75kr, under-18s free adm; This exhibition celebrates the centenary of the birth of Danish furniture designer Finn Juhl. BF



V1 Gallery, Flæsketorvet 69-71, Cph V; ongoing, ends April 21; Open Wed-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Two US-based artists, Andrew Schoultz and Richard Colman, present work in this collaborative exhibition. Schoultz, a painter, makes large, multi-layered and frenetic canvases that explore themes of environmental destruction. Colman’s artwork describes a surreal, but colourful fantasy world. BF


Andersen’s Contemporary, Amager Strandvej 50 B, Cph S; ends May 5; Mon-Fri 11:0017:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; www. FOS (Thomas Poulsen) is known for his hybrid art practice, which he describes as “social design”. FOS transforms everyday materials to create new meanings. BF

Jens Birkemose

Galerie Mikael Andersen, Bredgade 63, Cph K; ends May 5; open Tues-Fri 12:0018:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; www. Unseen works by Danish artist Jens Birkemose (1970-2011) prove that new connections can be made about the trajectory of the artist’s work. BF





Exhibitions Women of the Avant-garde

Louisiana, Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends May 28; open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00; Sat-Sun 11:00-18:00; tickets: 95kr, students 85kr, under-18s free adm; This exhibition of 200 works presents the variety of methods and perspectives that eight female European avant-garde artists used to express themselves. BF


Museum of Copenhagen, Vesterbrogade 59, Cph V; ends 31 July; open daily 10:00-17:00; tickets: 20kr, under-17s free adm, Fri free adm The exhibition includes several hundred objects, photos, and engravings about the history of trash. BF

Domestic Landscapes

Peter Lav Gallery, Esplanaden 8D, Cph K; ends April 28; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:0015:00; Danish artist Michael Mørk presents the relationship between architecture, sculpture, painting, and photography in his artworks. BF

Northern Imaginary

Kunsthal Nikolaj, Nikolaj Plads 10, Cph K; ends May 12; open Tue–Sun 12:0017:00, Thu 12:00–21:00; www. Norwegian artist Patrick Huse is influenced by landscape paintings and the conceptualism of the 1970s. BF

Immigrant Image Archive

Immigrant Museum, Stavnsholtvej 3, Farum; ends April 30; open Tue-Sat 10:00-16:00; This is the inaugural exhibition of Denmark’s first museum dedicated to immigrants, covering 500 years of immigrant life in Denmark, from Dutch settlers in Amager in the 1500s to today. BF

Andreas Gursky

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gl. Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends May 13; open TueFri 11:00-22:00; Sat-Sun 11:0018:00; German photographer Andreas Gursky is known for his highlyelaborate, large-scale landscape and architectural photographs. He uses digital technology to combine multiple images taken from extreme angles to create his iconic photographs. Forty of these giant photographs will be on display, along with several smaller works. BF

Ladies and Gentlemen!

Moderna Museet, Gasverksgatan 22, Malmö, Sweden; ends April 22; open Tue-Sun 11:00-18:00; tickets: 50kr, under-18s free adm; www. Portrait photography from the period 1950-1990 that portrays people as they wish to be seen, not only as they are. Includes works by Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Cindy Shermanand and Tracey Moffat. BF

The Archaeology of Memory: Materiality #1

Sorø Art Museum, Storgade 9, Sorø; ends May 6; open TueSun 11:00-17:00; tickets: over18s 50kr, under-18s free adm; Curated by Birgitte Kirkhoff Eriksen, this exhibition explores archaeology through an artistic investigation of everyday objects. BF


InstantHERLEV Institute, Krøyers Plads, Cph K; ends Sep 1; Anja Franke of the InstantHERLEV Institute presents the latest instalment of her ongoing project exploring urban and suburban issues of space and place, One City Campaign. BF

The Flatlands Camp Project

The National Museum of Photography, Black Diamond, Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; ends April 28; open Mon-Sat 10:00-19:00; Photos from Adam Jeppesen’s solo 487-day trip from the Arctic Circle through North and South America to Antarctica. BF

14 - 19 April 2012

Hammershøi and Europe

Phantom Limbs

Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; ends May 20; open Tue-Sun 10:0017:00, Wed 10:00-20:00; tickets: 95kr, concessions: 65kr, under 18s: free adm; An exhibition featuring the paintings of Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864-1916). BF

Designmuseum Danmark, Bredgade, Cph K; ends April 15; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00; tickets: 60kr, under-18s free and on Wed; Benandsebastian are inspired by the phenomena of phantom limbs, a neurological condition that occurs when one can still feel a body part that has been amputated. BF


Mohs Exhibit, Sønder Boulevard 98, Cph V; ends April 21; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 13:00-16:00; Asbjørn Skou and Sif Itona Westerberg’s exhibition focuses on collections and how they become filled with personal, almost spiritual, meaning. BF

Tail to Tail

Nils Stærk, Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Cph V; ends May 5; open Mon- Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:0015:00; Danish artist Michael Kivum has created large-scale paintings about confronting power and facing death. BF

Evolution de Large

Gammel Strand, Gammel Strand 48, Cph K; ends April 15; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed & Thu 11:00-20:00; tickets: 60kr, concessions 45kr, under-16s free adm Berlin-based, provocative artist Johnathan Meese incorporates sculpture, installation, and performance into his artistic practice as a painter. BF

In Praise of Power

Thorvaldsens Museum, Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads 2, Cph K; ends Aug 26; open TueSun 10:00-17:00; tickets: 40kr, under-18s & Wed: free adm; Curated by Margrethe Floryan, the exhibition explores Bertel Thorvaldsen’s use of imagery relating to both Alexander the Great and Napoleon, as well as the Roman Empire. BF

Forms of Knowledge

Salon at GL Strand, Gammel Strand 48, Cph K; ends Aug; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed-Thu 11:00-20:00; www. Morten Steen Hebsgaard’s installation is inspired by the ideas of Friedrich Fröbels (17821852), the German pedagogue who came up with the concept of the kindergarten. BF

Buddha and the Baroque

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph V; ends May 13; open Tue-Sun 11:0017:00; tickets: 75kr; under-18s free adm; Celebrating the 170th birthday of brewer Carl Jacobsen, here are some rarely seen works from his extensive collection. BF


Galleri Specta, Peder Skrams Gade 13, Cph K; ends May 5; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:30, Sat 11:00-14:00; This exhibition pairs Danish artist Camilla Thorup with Japan’s Takehito Koganezawa. Thorup works in drawing, painting, and collage and her illustrative images are graphic and humorous. While Koganezawa works with video, drawing, installation and performance. BF

Dexter Bang Sinister

Kunsthal Charlottenborg; ends Oct 21; tickets: 60kr, concessions 40kr; An exhibition inspired by research into 1960s psychedelic visual culture. BF

Spring Exhibition

The Essence of Colour

Andreas Golder

Arken, Skovvej 100, Ishøj; ends July 1; open Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-21:00; tickets: over18s 90kr, under-18s free adm, students 75kr; In conjunction with Queen Margrethe’s 40th jubilee this offers a glimpse into the creative life of the monarch. BF

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Nyhavn 2, Cph K; ends May 6; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed 11:0020:00; tickets: 60 kr, concessions: 40kr, under-16s and Weds after 17:00: free adm; The exhibition does not disappoint in the way of sexual content, featuring a large amount of artworks with sexuality, from the intelligent to the vapid, as their focus. BF LARMgalleri, Esplanaden 8D, Cph K; ends April 28; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:0015:00; Andreas Golder brings a touch of dark humour and grotesque bodies to all of his artworks. BF

Execution (into decaptial)

IMO, Ny Carlsberg Vej 68; Cph V; ends April 28; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:0015:00; The Danish conceptual artist Marie Kølbæk Iversen presents new work in this solo exhibition.BF

British photographer invasion

Fotocafeen, Vesterbrogade 45, Cph V; ends May 30, open daily 10:00-17:30, Sat 10:00-14:00, Sun closed; contact 3011 9168 or;; Enjoy images of Amy Winehouse, Kanye West and 50 Cent at this photo exhibition by Phil Knott. The British-born, Brooklyn-based photographer is known for a style that is “beautiful, soulful, and honest in its capacity to extract what is raw from his subjects”. The exhibition includes personal photos of scooter boy crews from London and their US counterparts on low rider bikes. MSØ

Danish/International Art after 1900

Statens Museum for Kunst (National Gallery of Denmark), Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; open Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-20:00; tickets: 95kr, concessions 65kr, under-18s: free adm; Danish art history in the modern era is restaged to include representation of the international influence from the United States, Germany and France, as well as an emergence of a female avant-garde. BF

Friheden lurer bag tapetet

Bie & Vadstrup Galleri, Sølvgade 26, Cph K; ends May 11; open Tues-Fri 13:00-17:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; Carsen von Würden’s large canvases explore explosions of colour and pattern in their design. BF


Photography Center, Pasteursvej 14, Cph V; ends May 28, open Tue-Fri 11:00-17:00, Thu 11:00-20:00; Sat-Sun 12:00-16:00; tickets: 25kr; Ontaglio or colour gravureprints, and offset prints by Michael Elmgren, Inger Gragset, Tacita Dean, Janet Cardigg and Georges Bures Miller. BF

Jonas Pihl

Gallery Poulsen, Flæsketorvet 24, Cph V; ends April 28; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:30, Sat 11:00-15:00; Jonas Pihl’s artistic style has been described as ‘chaosmos,’ a random collision of chaos and the expansive cosmos on one canvas. BF

Matt Calderwood

David Risley Gallery, Bredgade 65A, Cph K; ends May 5; open Tue-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; Conceptual British artist Matt Calderwood combines performance, sculpture, and video in his eclectic art practice. BF

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Inout | The cph post entertainment guide

14 - 19 April 2012

WhoMadeWho at one of their weekly group therapy sessions

No, they’re not an AC/DC cover band – WhoMadeWho is their own special brand of weird WhoMadeWho

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nce known primarily for their bizarre stage appearances, the three-man band WhoMadeWho now have a new and much more serious approach to their music, which is best described as a mix of ‘60 psychedelia, ‘70s stoner rock, ‘80s mutant disco and ‘90s electronica. Their interesting mix of genres has everything to do with their rather different musical background. The band formed in 2003, bringing together falsetto-voiced singer, songwriter and

bass player Tomas Høffding from the Scandinavian rock underground, singer-songwriter and guitarist Jelle Kjellberg from the avant-garde jazz scene, and drummer Tomas Bardgord – who also records as Tomboy – a rising star of electronic music. The band released their debut album back in 2005 and gained further popularity when they headlined the Spanish Benicàssim festival in 2007 after a delay caused former headliners, the Klaxons, to arrive too late to play their set. Nowadays, they regularly perform in countries like France, Italy, the Netherlands, Australia and even the US. Their new-found heavy concentration on their music has resulted in two albums within the last year, which

showed two different sides to the band. The first one, the digital mini album Knee Deep, which was released last year as an EP, shows a darker, melancholic and more experimental side of the band, whilst their latest album, Brighter, shows a much brighter – as you may have guessed from the title – and more accessible side. The band used to be known for the wacky costumes they wore during their shows: they have performed in skeleton costumes, eastern European sports outfits, latex, and animal suits. “The costumes came to us by chance and are leaving us by chance,” Barfoed told Danish music magazine Gaffa. “It was a good idea when we performed at local venues to 300 people, but now times have changed. But

who knows, the costumes might come back again one day.” Reviews in the national press have been very favourable. “The strength of Brighter, and in general of WhoMadeWho’s music, lies in the combination of an understanding of the electronic music instruments, combined with classic virtues like a sense of songwriting and structure, and fine musical craftsmanship,” Gaffa wrote. “And perhaps that is why they sound more interesting than many of the other bands who have taken a rock band approach to electronica for the last ten years.” Josh Homme, the frontman of Queen of the Stone Age, has been known to cover ‘Space for Rent’ from the band’s debut album during his shows.

The studio sound is important to WhoMadeWho, but according to the band, they don’t aim for perfection – nor do they try to imitate the sound of a live performance on their studio recordings. They think it’s two different things that shouldn’t be mixed. On stage the mood is different, and they are good at creating a party on stage. “You never really know what you get, but we always give the full 100 percent” Kjellberg told Gaffa. We can’t promise colourful costumes, but their concert at Vega is definitely one not to miss.

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Sleep Party People

The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

Store Vega; 20:00; 170kr The Danish duo offers a potent, radio-friendly and all-encompassing brand of pop-rock. Heralded by diva Mette Lindberg’s charismatic vocal style and Lars Iversen’s likeable electro and rock mixes, their recognisable party-anthem sound is captured in their massive hit ‘The Golden Age’ – the centre-piece of Heineken’s international advertisement campaign. But the due release of CSS’s remix of their hit single, ‘Heart Attack’, and their second record, Out of Frequency (2012), has reignited the hysteria that led to the group’s rise to fame.

Manic Street Preachers

Amager Bio; 20:00; Sold Out The Welsh trio put Wales on the map with their cleverly strung together, often politically-driven lyrics and racey hooks just over 20 years ago. Adding to their expansive discography a tenth record with 2010’s Postcards from a Young Man, they once again rocked the pop world with a string of unconventional hits and reached the third spot in the British album charts. Undeniably one of the most influential groups in British rock history, it may not surprise you that tickets have already sold out. Still, it’s worth trying your luck through online ticket forums.

Blood Red Shoes

Lille Vega; 21:00; 125kr Hailing from the shores of Brighton, the male-female duo of vocalist Laura-Mary Carter and drummer Steven Ansel have channelled their punk urges into a glamorous sound, not too dissimilar to that of The Kills. Their third record, In Time to Voices (2012), is a further testament to the couple’s ability to tame the heavy punk inspiration that lurks beneath their refined tunes. Blood Red Shoes are now gearing up for the festival season and may grab themselves a few Danish fans on their way through Copenhagen.

Chris Strong

Lille Vega; 21:00; 120kr Yes, we know we’ve included SPP for three weeks running, but we just won’t rest until you go out and see these bunny-masked up and comers. Fronted by Copenhagen-based artist Brian Batz, SPP are one of Denmark’s most exciting electro prospects. Their somewhat dark, melancholic and hypnotic slant on electro produces original results, often reminiscent of a subdued Animal Collective. Their debut album, Speed of Sound/Alarm Music, was given a five star rating by heavyweight music publication Soundvenue. Tonight sees the band move up in venue size for what must be one of their biggest shows to date.


KB18 Thursday 21:00, 140 kr


onight’s concert at the intimate – if not downright claustrophobic – KB18 gives fans of heavy music the chance to see two bands featured in The Copenhagen Post’s picks for the best albums of 2011. When Russian Circles last

Anthony Hamilton

Store Vega; 21:00; 350kr One of the most sincere soul singers of his generation, Hamilton, like many R&B stars, started out as a gospel singer. With perfectly tuned vocals comparable to the legendary Bill Withers, Hamilton’s graceful riding of J Dilla-flavoured bass-lines made his smooth sound finally recognised in the mid-‘00s. Singled out as a gifted star on the success of Comin’ From Where I’m From (2003), he’s gone from strength to strength, nurturing his unique style over the years with a handful of Grammy Awards, platinum albums and headline spots at some of the biggest venues in the world.

Nightlife AC

Russian Circles

Russian Circles + Deafheaven



rolled into town, they provided a memorable co-headlining show with Japanese rockers Boris. Now true headliners, Russian Circles are touring in support of 2011’s Empros, an album that took number three on my yearend list. Empros saw the instrumental post-metal band get a bit harsher with their sound while still maintaining a fair share of soft atmospheric moments. Listening to the band’s studio recordings, it can be hard to remember that just three people are behind all that lush sound.

Seeing them live is a tour de force not to be missed, as Russian Circles put on a straightforward, electrifying live show: no tricks, no gimmicks, just three guys rocking out on stage and building waves of sound through a variety of effects, loops, and good oldfashioned musicianship. With new tracks like ‘309’ and ‘Mlàdek’ added to an arsenal of hard-chargers like ‘Death Rides a Horse’ and ‘Harper Lewis’, tonight’s show should be varied enough from last July’s Lille Vega gig to keep fans happy. Supporting Russian Circles

will be the San Francisco-based Deafheaven, whose Roads to Judah was declared the best album of the year by former CPH Post contributor Matthew Anson. Granted, Matt is a full-blown metalhead with somewhat hardcore and obscure taste. Nevertheless, Deafheaven have made a name for themselves on the extreme metal scene for their unique blend of, as Matt put it, “despair via black metal [that] finds a perfect partner in the elongated soundscapes of shoegaze. Justin Cremer

Drone; Fri 22:00; Free Adm With his eclectic case of tunes in tow, AC’s taste in music has earned him a reputation in Copenhagen for playing hyped sets that include samples from New Order through to the Talking Heads. Recently referred to as Copenhagen’s Brixton by British newspaper The Guardian (which seems to praise our fair city every chance it gets – see page 7), Nørrebro continues to attract the young crowd, bursting with venues and new bars opening almost monthly. Drone is one of the staple bar-clubs along its main street Nørrebrogade and a mecca for the trendier sect of the city – almost 800 are signed up for tonight’s set via the Facebook page – and it’s worth checking out especially if you prefer things a little off the wall.

Bulk Weekend

Culture Box; Fri and Sat 23:00; 100kr for weekend tix This mini-festival is one for the clubbers in town. Presenting an overdose of some of the conti-



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Loppen; 21:00; 100kr The New York-based noise rock band come with a soundscape that is vast, experimental and imaginative. Influenced by ‘80s psychedelic rock, glam-rock and ‘60s garage rock, they break musical conventions and continue to rewrite the American songbook. Active since 2003, they’ve supported the likes of MGMT, The Big Pink and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and the fact that they’ve released no new material since 2009 won’t put their listeners off. After all, their sonically rich record, Exploding Head, is simply timeless. Daniel van der Noon

nent’s best club DJs with New Yorker DVS1, who is famed for his unparalleled music knowledge and his transcendent tunes, and Oni Ayhun – perhaps bestknown for forming half of the massive electronica duo, The Knife – it’s a no-brainer for the late-night crowd. There’s plenty more going on over the weekend making it a real festival if you like, and more than just about the music. See www.culture-box. dk for further details.


Bakken; Sat 23:00; Free Adm With it getting lighter night by night, staple venues such as Kødbyen’s Bakken are going to become increasingly popular – particularly with monthly nights such as Ghettosoul. Brought to you by the Danish DJ duo Nik B and L Søren, it will hopefully feel like a summer night on the town thanks to their assortment of beat-heavy retro disco, soul and hip-hop tunes keeping feet moving till the early hours.

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Outdoor Museums: Experiences out of the house and out of the ordinary THE TREES and flowers are blooming and the Marguerite routes in Denmark are quickly filling with bicyclists and hikers – it’s time to head outdoors. But if you think this means not going to the museum for another six months, you could not be more wrong. A farmer’s solitude in the metropolis A mere stone’s throw from Copenhagen you can happen upon a solitary farm, which seemingly has come to a standstill in both time and space. Frilandsmuseet (Kongevejen 11, 2800 Lyngby) is the largest open air museum in Denmark. It has more than 50 farmsteads, houses, mills and workshops open to guests. The houses include examples from all over Denmark and cover the period between 1650 and 1950, representing a time when being a farmer was a more natural course of life than being a urban dweller. The area also has historical gardens, woodlands, moorlands, ponds and fields where you can meet the farm animals. It is also perfect for romantic or poetic strolls, perhaps gaining an insight into the life, work and dreams of the farmer. A Poet’s Walk If you get on your bicycle and cycle north of Copenhagen along Strandvejen, you will pass Rungsted somewhere along the road. Stop and take in the atmosphere. It was in a house here that the Danish author, Karen Blixen, was born, grew up and spent the last years of her long and adventurous life. The Karen Blixen Museum (Rungsted Strandvej 111, 2960 Rungsted Kyst, www. has a fantastic and huge garden,

Events Art tour in English NEW Nivaagaards Malerisamling, Gammel Strandvej 2, Nivå; Sat 14:00; free adm with valid entrance ticket, booking recommended at Let art expert Mark Sladen give you a fresh view on artworks from the Italian and Northern European Renaissance, the Dutch Baroque era and the Danish Golden Age in a beautiful garden setting north of Copenhagen. Sladen is the director of Kunsthal Charlottenborg and is currently a member of the Turner Prize Jury. Behind his interest in modern art lies a strong commitment to works of the 1700s. EB Songkran All over Denmark, Fri-Sun; Songkran is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day. The celebrations include what must be the biggest water fight in the world. Most of the city’s estimated 120 Thai restaurants have special arrangements during the holiday. Restaurant Thai Corner on Istedgade is one of them - they have organised a special day at the Thai temple Watpa in Dragør. The celebrations include traditional dancing and food. Tickets are on sale at various Thai shops in the city. MH

which was arranged by Karen Blixen herself, as she loved taking strolls in the garden when she had things to ponder. Enjoy a quiet picnic, think of great novel ideas and let yourself be infused by the place’s magical spirit - the spirit of Karen Blixen. Kings, queens and heirs to the throne Should you be in the mood for an outlandish experience, you might find The Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle ( in Hillerød interesting, not only because of its breathtaking scenery and imposing architecture, but also because of its 500-year history. By taking a stroll in the beautifully arranged baroque garden you can imagine the queens who walked here with their chaperones, heirs to the throne playing, or kings discussing matters of great political and cultural importance. Explore the remnants of the monastery The humble and god-fearing monks of the Augustine Order whose imprint on Danish history can be visited and experienced at the nearby Æbelholt Klostermuseum (Æbelholt 4, 3400 Hillerød; Explore the remnants of the monastery, which once upon a time was a house of god. Rouse your archaeological interests and use your imagination as there are but a few pillars - sporadic piles of rubbles left together with well-preserved monk skeletons behind glass walls. The place was discovered in the 1930s and in between the 1930s and 50s, more than 1,000 skeletons were uncovered in the ruins. If plants and their medicinal usage are of interest, you might enjoy the fact that the convent garden holds more 100 different medicinal

Release party for Danish Porn Kph Volume, Enghavevej 80, 2450 Cph S; Thu 16:30-19:00; free adm; book price: 469kr Jon Nordstrøm is releasing a coffee table book entitled Danish Porn - 100 years of ‘sin’ - a very (!) illustrated history book about the development of pornography in Denmark over the last 100 years. EBD Lust Festival Politikens hus, Rådhuspladsen 37, 1785 Cph V; starts Thu, ends April 21, open 20:00-02:00; tickets: one-day 295kr three-day 666kr; www. An intimate festival in the name of eroticism. The festival aims to be sexy and still maintain erotic suspense. EBD CPH:PIX ends April 29; The film festival CPH:PIX screens new films alongside classics that need to be seen as they were originally intended: on the big screen. There are also live music events, quiz nights and much more. MW Harness Racing Charlottenlund Race Course, Traverbanevej 10, Charlottenlund; Wed 15:15; 20kr; www. No Ben Hur thrills and spills here, that’s for sure!

plants, which were used for every purpose, from vomitive to sedative. Every June you can experience monastery fairs with gastronomically exciting food and drinks from the Middle Ages. Life as a stone-age hunter or as a forest worker If you have children or like to be in sync with nature you might feel at home at The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry (Folehavevej 15, 2970 Hørsholm; www. The museum is situated in the middle of a forest and here you can soak in the history of the 15,000-year-old relationship between man and the forest. Two centuries ago the Danish forest covered a mere two percent of the land, as the Danes were busy building war ships for Napoleon in the Napoleonic Wars. Almost all of the ships were either destroyed or confiscated by the Englishmen when Napoleon lost the war. You will learn more about nature, while your children are invited to try out life as a stone-age hunter or as a forest worker by way of archery exercises, building fires and climbing the trees, among others.

English Comedy Club NEW Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, Ørestads Boulevard 114-118, Cph S; tonight (April 13) 20:00-21:30; tickets 115kr What better way to finish off the working week than with a night of stand-up comedy at Crowne Plaza? The hotel lounge will on Friday night transform into a slick comedy venue where three fantastic comedians – the UK’s Daniel Spaulding, Sofie Hagen and Niels Forsberg – will take the stage. Seats are limited so try to book in advance. EB Gaelic football trials NEW Holmens Idræt, Christianshavn; Mon 18:00; The city’s gaelic football side competes in a European league and is always looking for new members. Get fit and expand your knowledge of the continent in the process. BH Flea market EW Kulturhuset Indre N By, Charlotte Ammundsens Plads 3, Cph K; Sat; 10:00-15:00; contact 8256 2940 Nice and small, this flea market has everything you might need or wish for. It’s one of Copenhagen’s cosiest flea markets. ClS

Helsingør flea market NEW Industrivej 13 A, Helsingør; Sat and Sun; 10:00-16:00; contact 4033 0214 Fancy a road trip? Helsingør’s flea market is an excellent reason to get on the road this weekend. The market offers a wide variety of treasures, from antiques, to music instruments, to paintings and other objects of art. So get ready to take a trip to the home town of Hamlet - odds are you will return home with lovely souvenirs. ClS Yul Anderson Solo NEW Piano + Plays Hendrix Den Sorte Diamant (The Royal Library), Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; Sat; 19:30; tickets 420-520kr, www.billetlugen. dk; Anderson’s music is a mixture of 18th and 19th century classical music, rooted in American black music and manifested as a flowing and rhythmic piano improvisation. The concert is divided into two parts: ‘Yul Anderson Solo Piano Experience’ and ‘Yul Anderson Plays Jimi Hendrix’, starting at 19:30 and 21:30, respectively. The show is approximately two hours long and is guaranteed to amaze. ClS

NEXT WEEK: KIDS CORNER QUEEN’S JUBILEE NEW Fredensborg and Humlebæk, Cph K; Sat-Sun; In January Queen Margrethe celebrated her 40th jubilee, and now the celebrations continue over the weekend with different family activities. Princes and princesses Humlebæk Center 40, Nr 3, Humlebæk; Sat 09:00-14:00; free adm; Kids dress up as princes and princesses with prizes for the best dressed and different contests. Enjoy princess cake and hot chocolate and coffee, and a concert by the Fredensborg Brass Ensemble. Popcorn and drawing Jernbanegade 5, Fredensborg; Sat 10:00-14:00; free adm The kids can munch popcorn and draw pictures that will later be exhibited as a big collage. Princess make-up Matas Fredensborg, Jernbanegade 26, Fredenborg; Sat 11:0013:00; free adm All the little princesses can get their make-up done while enjoying free muffins, squash and balloons. Dance in the street Jernbanegade, Fredensborg; Sat 10:00-12:00; free adm Watch Fredensborg’s folk dancers. Jubilee concert The old cinema, Jernbanegade 4, Fredenborg; Sat 14:00; free adm The city orchestra in Fredensborg invites everybody to enjoy a concert in honour of the queen.

Vivaldi jubilee concert Fredensborg Slotskirke (church), Fredensborg; Sun 16:00; tickets 100kr in Fredensborg bookshop Enjoy a performance of Vivaldi’s Gloria in the beautiful church - all profits go to Hillerød Hospital. MSØ Music from Armenia NEW Den Sorte Diamant, Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; Tue, 19:30; tickets 60-110kr, www.; The Armenian Embassy is putting on a special concert to celebrate UNESCO naming its capital Yerevan the ‘World Book Capital of 2012’. An Armenian pianist and Danish resident, Marianna Shirinyan, will perform along with a handful of musicians flown in for the occasion. They will play chamber music, and work by Komitas, Baghdasaryan, Arutunian, Babadjanian, and Carl Nielsen. ClS The Danes! (are weird?) NEW Marriott Hotel, Kalvebod Brygge 5, Cph K; April 18, 18:00; Looking from a sociological perspective, Danes are the odd ones out. Why is that and how do you deal with the strangeness of the Danish tribe? Following the presentation and Q&As, there will be the chance to have a glass of wine and chat with fellow expats and Danes. MH



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Where it’s all sculptors and roundabouts


RUNDTENOM Den Frie Udstillingsbygning (Den Frie Centre Of Contemporary Art), Oslo Plads 1, Cph Ø; starts April 21, ends June 3; open Tue-Wed & Fri 12:00-17:00, Thu 12:00-21:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00; tickets 45kr


Sweet-toothed dreams start here Chocolate is not the only pleasure a person with a sweet tooth can enjoy, and this city is full of alternatives for those who want to try something different, from different types of sweets to advice on how to make your own. Sømods Bolcher Nørregade 24 & 36b, Cph K; Open Mon-Thu 09:15-17:30, Fri 09:1518:00, Sat 10:00-14:30; 3312 6046; The history of this shop and the secret recipes go as far back as 1891, so along with tasty treats one gets a taste of a century old tradition. They offer ‘rock candy’ in an astoundingly wide range of varieties. Lots of flavours, sugar-free options, for people with allergies and without, and more. Additionally, on some days, you can take a tour of the place and be treated to some sweet-making demonstrations (sugar folding and the like). But book first. Bajrami Bolsjer Slotsherrensvej 235, Rødovre; Open Tue-Fri 14:00-17:00, Sat 10:0015:00; 2620 7494; Not only can one buy many fragrant sweets here, but it’s also possible to get your hands on some raw materials and try making them yourself. Check out the recipes and instructions on the website. Bajrami Bolsjer produces sweets on a daily basis, so that every day the product is fresh and tasty. They also offer a sugar-free option, so everyone can enjoy a bit of sweetness. Weekend of sport NEW Prismen, Holmbladsgade 71, Cph S; adults: Sat 11:00-17:00, adm 40kr (incl three kids under 12): kids 13:00-17:00, adm 40kr; contact 8233 4520; The hall is open for adults and kids to spend a self organised sporty Saturday. MSØ Opening of NEW ‘superhighway’ Start at Albertslund station; Sat 11:00; free adm, sign up at www.; 2611 5231 Join the very first bike ride on Denmark’s first ‘superhighway’. You start at Albertslund Station and end up at City Hall where the first 100 signed up people get free pancakes. Around 11:00 there will be a stop at Damhussøen in the middle of the route, where the official opening takes place and the last orange stripe will be painted. MSØ Café doodling Monster Times, Mozarts Plads, Cph S; Wed 17:00-21:00; free adm; monstertimes If you like to doodle and drink coffee, you get the chance to combine the two every Wednesday. The café provides free pens for your disposal, while the soft electronic music brings a Berlin feeling to the place. MSØ

Would you like a little sweetie?

Bolsjehuset Hovedvejen 88, Glostrup; Open Sat 10:00-14:00; 3022 5404; If you have a taste for DIY sweets and rock-candy look no further. This is the place where you’ll find all the necessary ingredients (and colouring and powders), appliances, accessories and much more for your home-made sweets. Beginners can get a start-pack, with all the materials ready at hand, as well as recipes and advice. And more advanced creators can restock their supply here. The prices are very good. Kagebutikken Roholmsvej 8, Albertslund; Open Tue-Fri 10:00-17:00; 4824 6048; Once you’ve become addicted to making sweets yourself, Kagebutikken is the place to widen your horizons. This place has everything pastry chefs need, want and wish they had. Raw materials, cake forms ... absolutely anything your heart desires. And if you get confused about all that jazz, take one of the courses they offer and learn the mysteries of baking.

The Globe Quiz Nørregade 43-45 Cph K; Thu 19:30; 25kr per person; max five per team Just 25 kroner per person (max five a team) and the winners get 1,000 kroner, second place 500 and third place a crate of beer. As well as three rounds of 15 questions each – courtesy of quizmaster John Kelleher there are two beer round questions, a raffle and a rollover. Southern Cross Quiz Løngangstræde 37, Cph K; Thu 19:30; 25kr per person; max five per team You’ll be impressed with the intelligence of the questions posed by Mike. Intriguing, informative and mostly guessable, he personally writes every one and it shows. The winners get a bottle of vodka and ten pints of beers, which can be redeemed as tokens, second place eight bottles, and last place shots. BH History Tours in English starts from Bishop Absalon’s statue at Højbro Plads, Cph K; Sat 10:00; tickets: 80kr; 90 mins; Focusing on the period between 1600 and 1800. MSØ Charlie Scott’s Skindergade 43, Cph K; Tue & Thu 17:00-20:30; Free Adm Jazz music every Tuesday and Thursday!


‘DEN FRIE’ (The Free) was initially founded in 1891 by several artists as a reaction to the art establishment of the time. Charlottenborg was then the self-appointed censor of all Danish and international art popularised in the country and it fell to Den Frie to challenge that dominance. As is often the case, Den Frie, and the strange and wonderful building which is its home, has today become part of the establishment that it sought to challenge. It’s a testament to both the staying power of the enterprise and the irony of time ... This new exhibition RUNDTENOM (Roundabout and, as I understand, the name of a type of bread) represents an opportunity for Den Frie to redress the balance as it hosts a new exhibition by a group of exciting contemporary artists from the collective Skulpteriet (The Sculpture). For the last five years, the artists have been working separately and collaboratively under this banner while providing a stage for both domestic and international sculpture by way of their own independent artist-run exhibition space. Their aim has been to expand their network of sculptors and collectives. Each of the artists have an impressive list of solo and group credits, like Anders Bonnesen, 35, who is one of the most prolific young sculptors working in Denmark today. “Skulpturiet began as an off-space out here in Sydhavnen in 2008 and later moved to the present location on Store Kongensgade,” explains Bonnesen. “It is run by nine sculptors and two art histo-

Kids A curious garden NEW Zangenbergs Teater, Pilestræde 55 A, Cph K; Sat-Sun 12:00 and 14:00, Tue-Fri 09:30 and 10:30, duration 30 min; tickets 120kr, under 25s 50kr, group discounts;; www.madambach. dk; age 3-8 In this curious garden you will find many strange things like a magical suitcase, a psychedelic ladder filled with sounds and light and a birdhouse with people singing in the bird’s language. There are also two people telling stories about sweet Sara who eats too much sugar and the man with the world’s smallest lawn and much more. MSØ Childrens’ flea market NEW Zone2, Valby Kulturhus, Valgårdsvej 4-8, Valby; Sat 11:0014:00; for booth (under 16s) 25kr at; contact 3618 0184; age 0-16 If you have a lot of old toys you don’t care for anymore, but can’t bring yourself to throw out, this is the perfect opportunity to pass on your outgrown treasures and earn some pocket money at the same time. And who knows you might also find something interesting yourself. MSØ

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rians, all from different generations, from Jørgen [Carlo Larsen] who is 58 to Heine [Kjærgaard Klausen], 34. I guess it just grew out of a frustration that contemporary sculpture is somewhat neglected by the commercial galleries.” A selective glance at the works on show suggest the exhibition promises to be, in the very least, unusual. One sculpture by Heine Kjærgaard Klausen will continue to transform over the duration of the exhibition, with Klausen himself to be seen interacting with his work at the opening event and at various intervals throughout; Jørgen Carlo Larsen’s contribution is a small home, complete with living space, kitchen and sleeping area; Karin Lorentzen’s performances will occur next to Jørgen’s house from a baroque garden maze - and combined, these two installations will form an aviary, filled with live birds. Those preferring a more sober form of expression will be catered to by Tina Maria Nielsen’s work, which looks to provide a more conceptual counter point. Given the history of Den Frie, one

might assume that the exhibition title ‘Roundabout’ alludes to the way in which the art establishment has a habit of assimilating its challengers, thereby creating new ones like Skulpteriet and thus contributing to a perpetual cycle of new and different art, with each successive movement replacing the last. Or it may have something to do with bread. “Yes, ‘Rundtenom’ – I guess the closest translation is ‘roundabout’, because ‘loaf’ doesn’t quite cover it,” continues Bonnesen, whose work can also currently be seen in a special interactive exhibition for children at K.Ø.S. in Køge and in a separate group exhibition also opening on April 21 at Møstings Hus in Frederiksberg. “It relates to the question of whether a sculpture is an autonomous object, something distant that you circle around but never touch, or something more related to us and the environment around us. At least, that’s our reasoning for all this madness.” MARK WALKER


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COOKIES make the world go round. It might sound grand, but I wholeheartedly believe it. I have a new vegan cookie for you that I’m pretty sure you’re going to love. It’s a fun recipe to make with kids. They can help you throw in the ingredients, many of which are seeds. This recipe is also terrific because you can customise. Is there a person out there who doesn’t like to put their own personal spin on dessert? For the record, I am not a vegan but I do enjoy baked goods, vegan and otherwise. A personal life goal is to try every dessert on the planet before I die. Forget ‘100 places to see before you die’, for me it’s all about

sweets. But a girl can’t live on sugar alone. If I make cake or pie for dessert then I will almost certainly prepare dinner with lots of veg and healthy protein. This vegan cookie is terrific if you are looking for something sweet that still errs on the side of healthy. It’s chewy in the middle and crispy around the edges and contains tasty flecks of dark chocolate that complement the seeds and peanut flavours. Top tip: you might need extra water since you want a rather moist dough and the only moisture comes from the wet flax and peanut butter. Invite a neighbour, make tea, enjoy a cookie. The only thing better than dessert is sharing it.


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Restaurant Kiin Kiin Guldbergsgade 21, Cph N; 3535 7535; four-course menu 450kr, seven-course 775kr (with wine menu 1450kr); There are only two Thai restaurants in the whole world that have been awarded a Michelin star. One of them is in London, the other one is Kiin Kiin, which you’ll find in the heart of Nørrebro. And it’s well deserved. Kiin Kiin isn’t just a restaurant, it’s an experience, a place where every little detail is thought through. PDR Reinwald’s Farvergade 15, 1463 Cph K; open Mon-Sat 14:00-24:00 (kitchen closes at 22:00); 3391 8289; five-course menu with wine 850kr, other dishes 75215kr; Serving lunch and dinner, a director’s-script length of choices confronts you at Reinwald’s. It’s a who’s who of classic French and French-inspired Danish dishes as well as a monthly set menu. Any chef would be proud of this. SC 1. th. Herluf Gade 9, Cph K; 3393 5770,; 1,250kr per person; 1. th. is a gourmet restaurant with a twist. Tucked away behind a hard-to-find door on the first floor to the right of a typical Copenhagen apartment, the restaurant is based around the concept of the dinner party with guests stepping into what appears to be a private apartment and then being utterly spoilt by their hosts. The monthly set menu costs 1,250kr and has a whopping ten courses, and you can tell them in advance of any food quirks you might have and they will personalise the menu for you. Terrific food, friendly and attentive service and a unique setting. CS

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 two highlights: the veal, pumpkin, mushrooms and potatoes with amazing truffle sauce (a “best ever veal experience”) and the chocolate cake (“Oh My God”), which 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 you don’t go crazy waiting for food, and loud enough that you 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 SushiTreat restaurant at the Hotel Fox serves the best California-style sushi in the city, offers an impressive drinks and wine card, and has 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

Vegan Seed Cookies

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40 g whole flax seeds 40 g mixed seeds of your choice (I used sesame and sunflower) 75 g rye flour (substitute any other interesting flour such as buckwheat or whole-wheat) 150 g all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon fine sea salt 120 g unrefined sugar 80 g all-natural peanut butter (or 40 g each peanut butter and almond butter) 40 g chopped dark chocolate PUT THE FLAX seeds in a small bowl and cover with 80ml of water; set aside for 10-15 minutes until the mixture is thick. In a medium bowl, combine the seeds, flours, baking powder, sea salt, and chocolate pieces. In another bowl, beat together the wet flax seeds, sugar, and nut

Oysters & Grill Sjællandsgade 1B, 2200 Cph 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 gives 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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butter(s) until smooth. Fold in the flour mixture, adding a little water as needed for the dough to come together. It should be slightly sticky. Transfer the dough onto a piece of parchment paper and roll it up into a log about 5cm in diameter. Place the log in the freezer for 30 minutes to 1 hour, until firm enough to slice neatly. Preheat the oven to 175 C and line a baking sheet with paper. Cut the log into slices, about 1cm in thickness, and place them on the cookie sheet, giving them a little room to expand. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until golden and slightly dark around the edges. Transfer to a rack to cool. Custom-make your cookies, adding dried fruit, shredded coconut and seeds - sesame, sunflower, poppy, pumpkin, or hemp are five that come to mind. And swap almond butter for peanut butter if you so desire.

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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 Dim 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; threecourse 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, and upstairs there’s a new lounge area, which is the perfect place to relax with a view over Strøget. BH Brew Pub Vestergade 29, 1456 Cph K; restaurant open Mon-Sat 12:00-22:00, pub open MonThu 12:00-24:00, Fri-Sat 12:00-02:00, Sun closed; 3332 0060; three-course lunch menu 155kr; www.brewpub. dk 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 buy 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, or 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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IT WAS A RAINY, dark day and not much would have enticed my partner and I away from our comfy sofa. But I’m glad we did go out, as Taco Al Paso sure knows how to brighten things up. As soon as we arrived at the cosy takeaway restaurant, we felt warm and cheerful and forgot all about the grim weather outside. Perhaps it was the lively decoration: sombreros hanging from the walls, colourful tapestries and a big wooden parrot, reminding us of sunnier, warmer places. The owner, Alex Ghazy, was a charming, sweet man, who welcomed us with open arms and delicious, spicy treats. He was no stranger to Denmark, he told us. In fact, he helped pioneer the Mexican cuisine experience in Denmark, as he worked for many years at the firstever Mexican restaurant in Copenhagen: Chico’s Cantina. Wanting a cantina of his own, he opened Taco Al Paso, to the delight of the residents of Hellerup. A gracious host, Alex showed up with a giant plate of nachos, accompanied by guacamole, salsa and crème fraiche. It was a beautiful sight. I had tried nachos before but never like these. The tortilla chips were crispy and the cheese had a lovely, creamy consistency that melted in your mouth and left you wanting more. And there were also jalapenos, not too strong but strong enough. Alex explained that there are three different spice levels, ranging from weak through to strong. Judging by the nachos we ate (weak spice level), the strong ones must have a really nice kick, if you like spicy things, that is. The guacamole was just right - not too garlicky nor too weak - and the salsa was off the charts, making it almost impossible not to double-dip. Alright, I confess that my last nacho was dipped in both guacamole and salsa, which I recommend to anyone who knows what’s good for them. In short, these nachos were the perfect entré, as they were filled with flavours that got our taste buds in the mood for what was to come next. For the main course, I had Quesadillas – warm, soft wheat tortillas – with veggies and yet another amazing portion of cheese. The menu offered quesadillas with chicken, beef, veggies, shrimp and cheese, but seeing as I don’t eat meat, I picked the veggies. The dish included two quesadillas, Mexican rice, a salad, shredded cheddar and guacamole. The entire meal was fantastic, each ingredient complimenting the other. The fresh

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tomatoes from the salad tasted beautifully with the cheese, and the quesadilla bonded it all together. The rice was also very good and blended well with the rest of the food. The guacamole was, as expected, amazing. That alone is enough reason to go back. That and the nachos. My eating accomplice does eat meat, so he was quite excited about the offers on the menu: tacos, burritos and the tribute to all meat dishes, chilli con carne. Alex recommended the restaurant’s best dish, Fajitas (marinated slices of meat prepared on a lava grill), which come with either

chicken or beef. He explained that the meat at Taco Al Paso is very special, as it is prepared in a different way to that of other restaurants in Copenhagen. My partner chose the beef and it was served with four tortilla pancakes, Mexican rice and salad. According to him, the meat was not greasy – as it tends to be in a lot of takeaway restaurants – and there was a lovely, spicy pepper taste, reminisent of jalapenos. It was delicious. Taco Al Paso is a great restaurant to get a good meal, regardless of your age. During the time we spent there, we saw

lots of people come and go, all satisfied customers. There were even children, eating nachos like they were candy. The place is not too big, only three tables, enough to sit six people, and a bar with four chairs. We sat at the table by the window, which was decorated with a large, beautiful cactus, and found it very cosy. There was also a table outside, for when the weather is good, where we will hopefully sit next time we go there.

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OU MAY be familiar with the naval combat game Battleship: a strategic game based on sinking your opponent’s differently sized ships on a grid. Knowing that the film is based on this tea-time board game may sink your expectations. Battleship is about an international fleet of ships in Hawaii that come across an alien reconnaissance team sent to Earth in response to a signal sent out by NASA a few years earlier. A fairly typical alien invasion movie ensues, along with a coming-of-age story for our hero, Alex (Taylor Kitsch). Alex is a total trouble-maker who doesn’t know when to back down and has terrible decision-making skills. His brother (Skarsgård) forces him to join the navy and suddenly we jump ahead to RIMPAC, a conference of naval ships and personnel from many countries. It’s clear that Alex is still too impulsive and destructive - to the point that he’s going to be kicked out of the navy. And yet somehow he manages to become second in command. How and why would that happen? The film presents a lot of information that we as the audience are just expected to accept. We are given just enough information for the film to make sense, but nothing beyond that. There is a man at the satellite station in Hawaii, who states multiple times that the aliens will be more advanced

“Who are you calling Bitch?” Rihanna’s looking for her on-off boyfriend Chris Brown than humans (using Columbus and the Indians as his metaphor). But this thought is never expanded upon. How did he come to that conclusion? It’s as if his character only says that so he can later say: “Told ya so!”. Alien invasion movies always feature the crazy guy who saw it coming (and wasn’t crazy after all!), as well as ridiculously advanced aliens as the enemy, which we somehow manage to defeat regardless. Unfortunately, the film is terribly clichéd. Of course humanity is the underdog, because we always root for

the underdog. The characters are generally underdeveloped, with the exception of the main character (and even his development is shallow). To that end, the acting was neither here nor there. It’s hard to pinpoint whether it was the acting, the writing or the direction that’s to blame for that. Maybe it’s just a combination of all three. In many ways though, this film is just disaster porn, which is not at all unusual for this genre. The action sequences are well made and the special effects impressive. The grand scale of

the destruction depicted is entertaining. The weapons the aliens used were somewhat clever. And surprisingly, the scene that emulates the game was well done and was as true to the game as possible in this context (although it was a relatively short scene, though that’s not entirely unexpected; the original game doesn’t really have a storyline). Ultimately, the film is a great example of blockbuster marketing. There are so many elements of this film that simply scream sell! It promotes a classic game, it features a fa-

mous musical artist (Rihanna, who is featured prominently on the advertisements, though her role could have been played by anyone), and it most definitely promotes the navy (as well as the military in general). And in turn, all of these things help promote the film. Not to mention all the possibilities for merchandising. It seems fairly obvious that these are the motivating factors for making the film. Although it provides an entertaining two hours, there is not a lot of substance to be taken away from it.

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IDING ON the wave of the popularity of films showing kings and other royalty as human beings, that The King’s Speech fantastically rejuvenated, a film about Bertie’s brother, Edward VIII, was almost inevitable. Especially that his life, his sympathies (Adolf Hitler, anyone? Conveniently omitted and hushed up in this

sweet piece) and his choices were theoretically much more fascinating and film-worthy than a film about a speech impediment coming in the way of ruling a nation. Unfortunately and bizarrely, the first one to grasp this opportunity is Madonna. W.E. (standing for Wallis and Edward) is her second attempt at filmmaking and, even if it’s visually and technically better than the previous one (Filth and Wisdom), it’s still miles away from being a genuinely good piece of cinema. The very idea of the way the storytelling is presented is great, if not original; two entwining, seemingly completely different life stories are presented simulta-

neously. These are the stories of two women: Wallis Simpson and Wallie Winthrop, in the1930s and 1998 respectively, and the film is shown from their perspective. It’s a very feminine film with female aesthetics (if one can label it this way). It was a good move to present Wallis’s perspective - usually it’s the abdicated king’s view we see on screen - it presents a different viewpoint and provides a springboard for Wallie’s musings and ultimate decisions. And on paper it looks brilliant and engrossing. Sadly, the reality hits us hard in the face. The performances are incredibly uneven – Andrea Riseborough is fantastic and charismatic, and

Abbie Cornish anaemic at best. We can barely hear what she’s saying, and we can’t but wonder what Oscar Isaac’s character, Evgeni, sees in this bland woman. And as for Isaac himself, he does a good job portraying a Russian guard infatuated with Wallie, who conveniently has a multimillion dollar flat in New York. W.E. is worth watching if you are a period-piece fanatic. They’re gorgeous and incredibly accurate. Generally, the visuals (and music, you have to give it to her) in Madonna’s second cinematic venture are stunning, but ultimately fail to overshadow the weak story. DIANA CERENIEWICZ


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New this Week We Need to Talk About Kevin (7) Dir: Lynne Ramsay; UK, US drama, 2011, 112 mins; Tilda Swinton, John C Reilly, Ezra Miller Kevin’s mother struggles to love her strange child, despite the increasingly vicious things he says and does as he grows up. But Kevin is just getting started, and his final act will be beyond anything anyone imagined. It’s not an easy story to tell, but the filmmakers do it well.

Into the Abyss (15) Dir: Werner Herzog; US director, 2011, 107 mins; Werner Herzog, Jason Burkett, Michael Perry Conversations with death row inmate Michael Perry and those affacted by his crime serve as an examination of why people - and the state - kill.

Horse Satan Dir: Bruno Dument; Fra drama, 2011, 110 mins; David Dewaele, Alexandra Lemâtre, Christope Bon Horse Satan (Outside Satan) is about two nameless people who wander around the fields of a village in northern France, and every often kill someone. It’s not an easy film to understand, but it’s remarkably hipnotising and rest in one’s visiual memory for a long time afterwards. MH

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Dir: George Clooney; US drama, 2011, 101 mins; Geore Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti Initially, the film seems too sleek. But then the film takes a few unexpected turns, which creates intriguing conflicts. LD

Dir: Nima Nourizadeh; US comedy, 2012, 88 mins; Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Daniel Brown At 88 minutes, the film manages to outstay its welcome, playing like an overlong episode of The Inbetweeners with 100 times the budget and none of the charm. It’s big, loud and pointless. It’s probably going to be massive. MW

Shame (15) Dir: Steve McQueen; UK drama, 2011, 101 mins; Michael, Carey Mulligan, Nicole Beharie Shame is a claustrophobic drama of intensity and urgency. It will make any recent films seem trivial and tame, a strange and unique beast indeed. It’s mature drama, bravely tackling complicated subject matter for those looking to experience something different. It’s original, visceral and disquieting - in the way only cinema can be. MW

This Means War (11) Dir: McG; US com, 2012, 98 mins; Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy, Til Schweiger The script is mediocre, and the settings are off. The only pleasure comes from watching Bronson and Captain Kirk fighting over Legally Blonde. MH

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Hugo (15)

John Carter (11)

Dir: Martin Scorsese; US drama, 2011, 128 mins; Asa Butterfield, Chloë Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Jude Law A wondrous blend of fantasy and mystery that will appeal to adults as well as children. MH

Dir: Andrew Stanton; US sci-fi, 2012, 132 mins; Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Samantha Morton, Mark Strong John Carter is enjoyable, but not memorable. Somehow it feels that Disney should stick to what Disney does best - animations - and leave live-action films to others. But if you don’t mind formulaic plot devices and only crave a bit of light-hearted entertainment, it’s a pleasant enough way to spend two hours. DC

The Hunger Games (11)

The Descendants (7)

Dir: Gary Ross; US sci-fi, 2012, 142 mins; Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson Ross has successfully dissected and expanded the book and produced something that works as a film - so long as you’re not too precious about its origins. MH

Dir: Alexander Payne; US dramedy, 2011, 115 mins; Geore Clooney, Shailene Woodley, Amara Miller Despite the nominations, Clooney delivers a performance we’ve seen many times before. LD

Wrath of the Titans (11) Dir: Jonathan Liebesman; US action, 2012, 126 mins; Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Rosamund Pike Wrath seems to have all the neccessary elements you would expect for a top-drawer: plenty of action and production design, just a hint of romance to round the characters without taking away from the action, good bits of humour spread throughout the, and just enough of an interesting story to help tie everything together. Unfortunately, instead of a mythological proportians, it is legandary only because it fizzles like an old soda. KE

Contraband (15) Dir: John Madden; UK dramady, 2012, 124 mins; Judy Dench, Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson We are supossed to be dazzled by the cleverness of the idea, as each accomplishment is revealed along with the realisation of what must have taken place. Still, overal it’s an entertaining experience. LD

The Iron Lady (3) Dir: Phyllida Lloyed; UK/ Fra drama, 2012, 105 mins; Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Olivia Colman, Richard E Grant From the first frame there’s a growing awareness that our perceptions of this woman are being gently and skilfully manipulated by director Phyllida Lloyd and screenwriter Abi Morgan, so much so that regardless of your political persuasion you’d have to be resolutely stubborn or emotionally retarded in failing to be moved by this biopic. Nevertheless, Margaret Thatcher is full blooded; she lives and breathes before your eyes. MW

The Artist (3) Dir: Michel Hazanavicius; Fra/Bel dramedy, 2011, 100 mins; Jean Dujardin, Bernice Bejo, John Goodman, James Cromwell It’s difficult to see why this film is being championed so highly. Many will defend it by claiming that detractors are put off by a lack of colour, dialogue, explosions and other contemporary mainstays. But really their efforts would be better spent lauding Chaplin’s Modern Times or Murnau’s Sunrise. MW


The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (3)

Dir: John Madden; UK dramady, 2012, 124 mins; Judy Dench, Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson A dissapointingly familiar form with surprisingly charming content. Take your mum. MW

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (11) Dir: Stephen Daldry; US drama, 2011, 129 mins; Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, Thomas Horn If you’re a moviegoer who enjoys having your heartstring plucked like a bluegrass banjo, this is the king of movie you will be gushing over this while drinking double mocha non-fat cappuccinos with your friends. KE

Safe House (15) Dir: Daniel Espinosa; US action, 2012, 117 mins; Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds If you’re a fan of good, dynamic directing, Washington’s darker, more menacing characters, and Reynold’s bruised face, you will like Safe House. DC

American Pie (7) Dir: Jon Hurwitz; US comedy, 2012, 110 mins; Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott The last serving of pie may not be the best, but it certainly is tasty in its own right and a worthy clinger to a fantastic (in a manner of speaking) series of films. KE

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Gentoftegade 39; The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (3) 18:50 Hugo 3D (7) 16:30 Titanic 3D (11) 13:00 We Need to Talk About Kevin (15) 18:50


Jernbanegade 2, Cph K 3314 3222 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (3) 19:00 The Descendants (7) 11:30-14:00-16:30-21:40 The Ides of March (3) 12:00-16:50-21:40 We Need to Talk About Kevin (15) 11:30-14:00-16:30-19:00


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Mikkel Bryggers Gade 8, Cph K The Artist (7) 12:00-14:20-16:40-21:30 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (3) 11:30-14:30-17:00-19:30 Hors Satan 19:00 (Mon) Into the Abyss (15) 14:00 Shame (15) 22:00 We Need to Talk About Kevin (15) 12:00-14:20-19:00-21:30 (not Sun)


Axeltorv 9, Cph K; 7013 1211 American Pie: Reunion (7) 11:30-14:00-16:20-18:45-21:30 The Artist (7) 18:30 Battleship (15) 12:30-15:30-18:30-21:15 Contraband (15) 19:00-21:30 Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (11) 18:30-21:10 Hugo 2D (7) 12:30-15:30-18:30 The Iron Lady (3) 11:30-13:50-16:10-18:30-21:00 Iron Sky (11) 19:00 (Mon) John Carter 2D (11) 21:00 (ends Mon) The Ides of March (3) 12:00-14:15-16:30-19:00-21:15 Project X (15) 21:00 The Hunger Games (11) 12:30-15:30-18:30-21:30 This Means War (11) 21:30 Titanic 3D (11) 12:00-16:00-20:00 Wrath of the Titans 2D (11) 12:00-14:15-16:30-19:00-21:15


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IT MUST HAVE been tough knowing what to do with those last remaining hours on the Titanic, which sunk exactly 100 years ago this Sunday. One thing’s for sure though, they wouldn’t have watched Titanic, a new three-hour miniseries penned by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey, Gosford Park, anything with servants) unless they really were hell-bent on a fate worse than death. Each of the four episodes focuses on a different set of characters, climaxing with the sinking. British newspaper The Guardian felt the screenplay was “obsessed” with class to “the point that nothing else matters at all”, comparing it to being “bashed over the head again and again with a Debrett’s guide to etiquette. And then being thrown into the sea. Four times.”

Jack Davenport, the posh one in This Life, continues one of the slowest rises in the history of celluloid with the lead in Smash (TV3 Puls, Tue 22:00), an adult version of Glee that sees him directing a musical on Broadway. The critics concur it’s good. Likewise British scifi series Misfits has been praised for its adult take on X-Men. Its characters have the kinds of superpowers you would want: like turning any person who touches you into a sexual frenzy. And there are some good docs. The Oscar nominee If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front (SV1, Tue 22:30) reveals how tree-huggers are now on the FBI’s most wanted list, while Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times (DR2, Tue 21:00) looks at media’s move from print to the web.

Elsewhere, Spartacus: Vengeance (TV3+, Mon 22:00) is back for a third series with a new actor saying “I’m Spartacus” after the former lead sadly died of cancer; Inside Facebook (BBC World, Sat 22:10) promises much, but we suspect we’ll learn nothing new; The Great Indian Marriage Bazaar (BBC World, Sun 22:10) lifts the lid SV1, Sun 21:30 Titanic on the profitable world of arranged marriages; Wild Target (DRHD, Sat 20:45) is an absurd British crime caper that should never have been made - we suspect nepotism; Game of Thrones (TV3, Sat 21:00) makes its Danish TV premiere; and The Children who cheated the Nazis (DR2, Wed 17:55) sheds light on the pre-war Kindertransport of 10,000 Jewish children to Britain. BEN HAMILTON

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Thursday 19

21:30-23:30 Duplicity (US thriller, 2009) Clive Owen 23:30-01:00 Her Sister’s Keeper (US drama, 2006)

20:00-21:30 Flubber (US comedy, 1997) Robin Williams 23:00-00:55 Awakenings (US drama, 1990) Robin Williams, Robert DeNiro

19:00-20:00 Expedition Guyana (UK nature series, 2008) 20:00-21:00 Downton Abbey (UK drama series, 2011) Maggie Smith 22:45-00:10 McBride (US crime series, 2007)

20:00-20:50 Life (UK nature series, 2009) Sandra Bullock 22:00-23:35 Foyle’s War (US crime series, 2004) Michael Kitchen 23:35-00:15 Kidnapped (US thriller series, 2007) Jeremy Sisto

No English language programmes

22:00-22:40 Kidnapped (US thriller series, 2007) Jeremy Sisto 22:40-23:25 White Collar Blue

22:00-22:45 Real Crime (UK doc series, 2008) 22:45-23:35 Place of Execution (UK crime series, 2008) Emma Cunniffe, Greg Wise

17:55-18:40 Hitler’s Bodyguard (UK doc, 2007) 18:40-19:05 The Daily Show 19:05-20:00 Sherlock Holmes 20:00-21:50 Elizabeth: The Golden Age (UK drama, 2007) Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush

17:40-18:30 The Great Rift (UK doc series, 2010)

17:40-18:30 Blackbeard’s Lost Pirate Ship (US doc, 2008) 18:30-20:00 Ghost of the Abyss (US doc) 21:50-22:00 River Cottage (UK food program, 2010)

17:55-18:45 Hitler’s Bodyguard 18:45-19:10 The Daily Show 19:10-20:00 Natural World (UK series, 2009) 23:30-23:55 The Daily Show

18:45-19:10 The Daily Show 19:10-20:00 Natural World 21:00-22:30 Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times (US doc, 2011) 23:30-23:50 The Daily Show

17:55-18:45 The Children Who Cheated the Nazis (UK doc, 2000) 18:45-19:10 The Daily Show 19:10-20:00 Natural World 23:40-00:00 The Daily Show

18:45-19:10 The Daily Show 19:10-20:00 Natural World 20:50-22:30 Waking the Dead (UK crime series, 2004) 23:40-00:00 The Daily Show

23:00-00:45 Layer Cake (UK thriller, 2004) Daniel Craig

20:00-23:10 Titanic (US drama, 1997) Leonardo DiCaprio 23:10-01:25 The Man in the Iron Mask (US drama, 1998) Leonardo DiCaprio, John Malkovich

20:00-20:55 Lie to Me (US crime series, 2010) Tim Roth 20:55-22:40 All About Steve (US comedy, 2009) Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper

17:05-18:00 Friends

17:05-18:00 Friends 23:40-00:35 Embarrassing Bodies (UK medical series, 2009)

17:30-18:00 Friends 20:35-21:25 Desperate Housewives (US drama series, 2011) 23:40-00:30 Embarrassing Bodies

17:05-18:00 Friends

17:45-18:40 King of Queens 18:40-19:30 Friends 19:30-21:50 Forrest Gump (US drama, 1994) Tom Hanks 21:50-23:45 Me, Myself & Irene (US comedy, 2000) Jim Carrey

18:00-18:50 King of Queens 18:50-19:45 Friends 20:10-21:00 Stand-up Live at The Apollo

12:05-21:00 Ugly Betty (US drama series, 2008) season three

17:45-18:40 King of Queens 18:40-19:30 Friends

17:45-18:40 King of Queens 18:40-19:30 Friends 20:55-21:45 New Girl (US com series, 2011) Zooey Deschanel 22:25-23:15 Stand-up Live at The Apollo

17:45-18:40 King of Queens 18:40-19:30 Friends 22:35-23:20 2 Broke Girls (US com series, 2011)

17:50-18:40 King of Queens 18:40-19:30 Friends 20:55-23:00 Star Trek (US scifi, 2009) Eric Bana

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 19:55-21:00 NCIS 21:00-22:00 US Fear Factor 22:00-00:20 Enough (US drama, 2002) Jennifer Lopez

21:00-23:40 Game of Thrones (US drama series, 2011) season premiere (already screening on SV1) 23:40-01:55 300 (US drama, 2006) Gerard Butler

21:00-22:50 Zombieland (US action, 2009) Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson 22:50-00:45 Hollow Man (US drama, 2000) Kevin Bacon

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 20:00-21:00 The Mentalist 22:50-23:50 America’s Next Top Model (US reality series, 2011) 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 20:00-21:00 NCIS 22:50-23:50 America’s Next Top Model 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 22:50-23:50 America’s Next Top Model 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 18:00-19:00 Bones 22:50-23:50 America’s Next Top Model 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 The Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a Half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 21:00-22:00 An Idiot Abroad (UK travel series, 2011) 22:00-23:55 Poseidon (US action, 2006) Richard Dreyfuss, Kurt Russell

07:55-09:30 Chinese Grand Prix: Qualifying 18:05-19:00 Two and a Half Men 20:00-21:10 Top Gear 21:10-23:20 Collateral Damage (US action, 2002) Arnold Schwarzenegger 23:20-01:15 The Lazarus Project (US thriller, 2008) Paul Walker

08:55-12:00 Chinese Grand Prix 23:30-00:20 US Fear Factor

17:00-18:00 The Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a Half Men 19:00-20:00 How I Met Your Mother 21:00-22:00 How I Met Your Mother 22:00-00:20 Spartacus: Vengeance (US drama series, 2011) Lucy Lawless

17:00-18:00 The Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a Half Men 19:00-19:30 How I Met Your Mother 19:30-23:30 UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid 23:30-00:35 Top Gear

17:00-18:00 The Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a Half Men 19:00-19:30 How I Met Your Mother 19:30-23:30 UEFA Champions League: Chelsea vs Barcelona 23:30-00:30 Outlaw Bikers (Can doc, 2008)

17:00-18:00 The Simpsons 18:00-19:00 Two and a Half Men 19:00-20:30 How I Met Your Mother 20:30-23:30 UEFA Europa League: Atletico Madrid vs Valencia or Sporting Lisbon vs Athletic Bilbao

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Gilmore Girls 20:00-22:05 Happy Feet (US animation, 2006) Robin Williams 22:05-23:55 Over Her Dead Body (US romcom, 2008) Eva Longoria, Paul Rudd

20:00-21:00 Trinny & Susannahs Makeover Mission: Holland 21:00-23:05 Nothing But The Truth (US thriller, 2008) Kate Beckinsale 23:05-00:05 Gossip Girl (US drama series, 2007)

22:55-00:05 Young Surrogates (UK doc, 2011)

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Gilmore Girls 20:00-21:00 Grey’s Anatomy 21:00-22:50 Private Practice 22:50-23:45 Grey’s Anatomy

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Gilmore Girls 22:55-23:50 Grey’s Anatomy

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Gilmore Girls 21:00-22:00 Trinny & Susannahs Makeover Mission: Holland 22:00-23:00 Four of a Kind (UK doc, 2011) 23:00-23:55 Grey’s Anatomy

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Gilmore Girls 21:00-21:55 Good Christian Bitches (US drama series, 2011) 21:55-22:55 Dance Moms (US doc, 2011) 22:55-23:50 Gossip Girl

17:10-19:05 Ghost Whisperer (US drama series) 19:05-20:00 Big Bang Theory (US com series) 22:00-00:15 The Corruptor (US action, 1999) Mark Wahlberg

19:00-21:00 Once Upon a Time (US adventure series, 2011) 21:00-23:10 Sex Drive (US com, 2008)

18:05-19:00 Numb3rs (US crime series) 19:00-20:00 CSI 22:10-23:05 Alcatraz (US drama series) Sam Neil 23:05-00:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

19:00-20:00 Big Bang Theory 20:00-21:00 CSI 22:00-00:10 Big Stan (US comedy, 2009) Rob Schneider

19:00-20:00 Big Bang Theory 20:00-21:00 CSI 22:00-23:00 Alcatraz 23:00-00:55 Criminal Minds

19:00-20:00 Big Bang Theory 22:00-23:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 23:00-00:00 CSI

19:00-20:00 Big Bang Theory 20:00-21:00 CSI

InOut: The CPH Post Entertainment Guide, Apr 14-19  

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.