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The CPH Post Entertainment Guide | 12 - 18 October 2012

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12 - 18 October 2012

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starts Fri, ends Oct 21; various venues across Greater Cph School’s out for autumn. In theory, this gives hard-working parents a chance to spend some much-needed quality time with their beloved offspring. In practice, however, the hard-working parents often keep their noses to the grindstone, and Copenhagen is instead awash with benevolent grandparents, called away from golf courses and knitting circles to rediscover their parenting skills. It all starts out on Monday with blissful smiles and model behaviour from respectful nippers, but by Friday, patience has worn thin and the city is chock-a-block with tired and desperate retirees snapping at the clearly outof-control youngsters. But fear not, here is a guide to some of the half-term activities that could potentially make time fly and rescue your sanity.




Vesterbrogade 3, Cph V; starts Fri, ends 28 Oct; tickets: adults 95kr, under-8s free adm, day-passes available for rides; Tivoli has wholeheartedly embraced the Halloween tradition: so much that it has extended it to last from 12-28 October. With pumpkins aplenty, hay bales, spiders and scarecrows, be ready for a brand new blood-curdling experience featuring plenty of ghouls and goblins at the opening of Scary Silden (the Haunted House). It’s so scary that the under-12s can’t go in (it’s open from 18:00 every evening), and even some adults might need a hug as they emerge white-faced on the other side. Witches will be brewing magic potions, and an abundance of activities such as pumpkin carving, spider catching and the daily Halloween parade will absolutely keep the young ones busy. The usual activities, restaurants and rides are open, making the Tivoli half-term Halloween extravaganza a compulsory annual treat.

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I SOMETIMES worry that my eight-year-old daughter is growing up too quickly. It’s nothing she’s said nor done: she’s neither a diva nor Belieber, yet. What worries me is her perception of time. Hardly a day goes by when she’s bored out of her tiny little mind. She lives 100 metres from school and has friends on every corner, including one immediately upstairs. And if they’re not around (occasionally a problem in July), she’s always got the televisual marathon that is DR Ramasjang. I, in contrast, grew up in the countryside. Sometimes I wake up in a panic, thinking I’m back in the 1980s. There were days back then that I thought would never end. Even family parties, the scourge of my early existence (during which I could have spent a million years in Narnia and nobody – intoxicated, every last one of them – would have

noticed), are fun for her. In my youth, children were still seen but not heard at adult occasions. Now they’re the centre of attention, like the party wouldn’t be able to function without them. Even if their little ‘circus shows’ (they even make their own tickets) do take me back to the boredom of the 1980s. And this coming week, the city is once again pushing out the boat for the little blighters during the autumn half-term. As our previewer of the best events of offer (see G2) contends, the week has increasingly become a burden for the nation’s grandparents – their tickers straining under the glare of the Tivoli lights. And don’t forget Culture Night, this year celebrating its 20th anniversary. Most of the events are really child-friendly, and unlike some cities you could mention (not Madrid obviously, where they show Sesame Street at midnight), nobody frowns if your kids are up past 8pm. But I’m not sure I’ll be attending. By Friday my kids are so zonked out by all the afterschool activities and play-dates, that all they want to do is chill. It’s a time to slow down and chew things over, until the frenetic pace of the 21st century once again resumes on Saturday.

Forum, Julius Thomsens Plads 1, 1925 Frederiksberg C; starts Wed, ends 21 Oct; tickets 292-395kr, www.billetnet. dk; If you missed this first time around, please do yourself a favour and book tickets for this dazzling theatrical spectacle. The incredible dinosaur show at Forum, of unprecedented size and quality, will captivate young and old alike. Marvel at the story of their 200 million-year domination of life on Earth. Fifteen unbelievably life-like dinosaurs have been recreated, and this is the chance to watch them walk, hear them roar and witness their fight for survival and supremacy. From the ripple of their muscles to the menacing glint in old Tyrannosaurus Rex’s eye, you will truly believe that the dinosaurs have returned. Seen by over seven million people in 31 countries and based on the BBC TV series of the same name, the show takes visitors on a prehistoric journey back in time. The mindblowing realism gives the audience an idea of how carnivorous dinosaurs evolved to walk on two legs, and how the herbivores fended off their more agile predators. As Broadway director of the performance Scott Faris puts it: “We show them how the dinosaurs might have actually looked in their prime - huge, sometimes frightening, sometimes comical monsters − that fought for survival every day of their lives. Our dinosaurs move exactly like they are real − with all the roars, snorts and excitement that go with it.

Performance Loona nights


Foyer, Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; Fri 21:30; Duration: 100 mins; Dansehallerne will open up its foyer space to experimental and new artists. In such a bare, raw framework, anything can happen. See the dancers express something they are passionate about on the stage. There will be ten short performances, each comprising ten minutes. The evening will be informal, giving audience members the opportunity to give the dancers feedback after the performances. There are two Loona Nights scheduled for March and June 2013 if you miss out this time. EB

Tuborg Havnevej 7, 2900 Hellerup; adults 160kr, under-12s: 105kr, 09:30– 17 weekdays, 11-17:00 weekends If you still need your fill of dinosaurs, then check out the kid’s favourite hands-on museum, Experimentarium. Explore 800 sqm of a total dinosaur universe in ‘Follow the trail’ − featuring more than ten dinosaurs and an abundance of skeletons and bones. Tuck yourself into a nest alongside dinosaur eggs, avoid the razor-sharp teeth of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and watch a 3D version of the meteor shower that made the dinosaurs extinct. Also running is the exhibition ‘Water’, featuring over 50 thrilling activities and fascinating aquatic experiments. Fight with the power of the sea when you are caught up in a rip current or experience the giant rush of surfing the waves. On Tuesday nights, the museum is open to 21:00 for energetic and indefatigable families.

Circus Museum in Hvidovre

Hovedporten 6, 2650, Hvidovre; started 11 Oct, ends 19 Oct, open Fri-Thu; adults 50kr, children free; www.cirkusmuseum. dk (phone 3649 0030 to reserve tickets) One of Copenhagen’s best kept secrets. The number 1A bus takes you right to the door of the Circus Museum. From 11:00 every day during the autumn holiday, Tapé the clown’s top class buffoonery and juggling will warm up budding young circus artistes of the future. After this, kids and adults can get a bit of instruction in trapeze, tightrope, juggling and other traditional activities. The museum itself is also well worth a visit as a glimpse into the history of Danish circus.

Walking in the night

Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; ends 20 Oct, weekday performances at 20:00 (not Oct 15), times vary at weekends; Tickets: 210kr, under25s: 140kr, group discounts available, www.teaterbillet. dk; The world-renowned Israeli, Itzik Galili, and the up-and-coming Swedish-based Bosnian choreographer, Edhem Jesenkovic, are teaming up to put the Danish Dance Theatre’s international troupe of dancers through their paces in Walking in the Night, three pieces of contemporary dance that are playing over the course of 12 shows at Dansehallerne. The pieces speak directly to the body and soul. Jesenkovic has himself danced under the tutelage of Galili, so prepare yourself for the most memorable meeting of a master and pupil since The Return of the Jedi. PS

Calendar Girls

Revenge of the White Knight

Tøjhusgade 3, Cph K; starts Sun, ends 20 Oct, open daily 10:00-16:00, shows at 11:00 and 14:00; tickets: 95kr, www.billetlugen. dk; There’s nothing like a touch of good old-fashioned jousting to raise the pulse as Tøjhusmuseet puts on its formidable knights’ tournament. Combine this with a medieval market − colourful stalls full of arts and craft from days gone by, the chance to shoot a bow and arrow and learn how to swing a sword − and you have the perfect recipe for a great day out. Will the white knights again manage to defend the honour of their family? Turn up and find out.

Louisiana’s Children’s Wing

Gl Strandvej 13, 3050 Humlebæk; starts Mon, ends 21 Oct, open 11:00-17:00; adults 95kr, children free; A trip up the coast to Louisiana’s Children’s Wing should satisfy the artistic and cultural needs of your budding future junior Picassos. Clay workshops recreating body parts, painting workshops based on portraits and animals, guided family tours, a flying carpet trip for the three-six-year-olds and an ingenious ‘Art Detective’ competition in which young Clouseaus can borrow a magnifying glass and discover what is hidden in the self portrait section. A surprise reward is on offer for the lucky winning sleuth.

Frilandsmusset – Historical market

Kongevejen 100, 2800 Lyngby; Sorgenfri Station, buses 184/194; starts Sun, ends 21 October, open 11:00-15:00; free adm; www. Another trip back into history – Lyngby this time, and back to an authentic 1800s village market that has a bit of everything. Meet jugglers, clowns, charlatans and country bumpkins. Taste homemade honey while the kids are stiltwalking, falling off penny farthings and knocking down stacks of tin cans with well-aimed balls. Don’t miss Bertram, the mechanical bull. There is no charge to come into the open air museum, but remember some cash for the activities and tasty titbits.

Milk City

Højbro Plads, Cph K; starts Thu (18 Oct), ends 20 Oct; free adm; Kindergartens throughout Copenhagen make use of the iconic green Arla milk crates. Arla, together with happenings artist Jonas Pindhund, have taken this one step further to create a towering emerald Milk City in the heart of town. Thursday to Saturday is the period when you can witness this crate-created architectural wonder while sampling Arla’s milky wares. PETE STREADER

Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, Cph Ø; ends Oct 13, performances Fri 19:30 & Sat 17:00; tickets 140kr, Based on Tim Firth’s 2003 feature film script, the CTC’s autumn production of Calendar Girls follows a group of women (this cast ranges in age from 29 to 74) who pose nude for a “Pirelli-type” calendar in an effort to raise money for leukaemia. Appropriately, the CTC, which has once again recruited Barry McKenna to direct, has decided to donate half its profits from this production to the Department of Haematology at Rigshospitalet. So if you fancy a dose of Britain during this rainy Copenhagen autumn, a good laugh or maybe just a peek at one of the lovely calendar girls, then make sure you book your ticket and add this show to your calendar. LL

Manifesto 2083

Café Teatret, Skindergade 3, Cph K; starts Mon, ends Nov 14, Mon-Fri at 21:00, Sat 17:00; tickets: 145kr; www. The premiere was postponed due to illness. Based upon text from massmurderer Anders Breivik’s manifesto, this co-production with Dramatikkens Hus in Oslo is a look into the motives of the man responsible for the 77 dead and 158 injured in the 2011 Norway attacks. LL


Republique, Store Scene, Østerfælled Torv 37, Cph Ø; ends Oct 21, performances TueFri 20:00, Sat 17:00, 20:00, Sun 15:00; Tickets: 80-295kr; www. The high risk acrobatic show Traces follows five characters who spend their final moments on Earth leaving their traces. EM



12 - 18 October 2012 Madame Butterfly

Store Scene, Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, 1438 Cph K; starts Sun, ends Dec 4, performances at 20:00 (unless stated) on Sun (15:00), Oct 20 (19:30), Oct 22 (19:30), Oct 25 (19:30), Oct 27 (19:30), Oct 29 (19:30), Oct 31, Nov 3, Nov 5, Nov 7 , Nov 9 (19:30), Nov 11 (15:00), Nov 13 , Nov 18 (15:00), Nov 23 (19:30), Nov 27, Nov 29, Dec 4; tickets 125-895kr; in Italian with Danish subtitles; duration 160 minutes including intermission; WOW. ISN’T COPENHAGEN lucky?! Madame Butterfly, one of the best loved operas of all time, is being staged in this city for the second year in a row. This is pretty much the most visually beautiful opera you can witness – but that’s only if you’re able to see anything through the countless tears you’re sure to be shedding. Yes, Puccini’s opera contains everything: love, betrayal and suicide. It’s certainly not for the faint-hearted. Madame Butterfly’s undisputed position among the all-time favourites didn’t seem a realistic prospect right from the start. Its composer, Giacamo Puccini, had successfully completed Manon Lescaut, La Bohème and Tosca, and was on the look-out for ideas for his next

Seeress Prophecy


Location to be confirmed; starts Wed, ends 17 Nov, performances Wed-Sat 19:00; tickets 1,075- 1,395kr; www. Come to where theatre meets food at this Nordic food event hosted by culinary artist Mette Martinussen from the renowned Madeleine’s Madteater, and an artistic team from Republique, complete with a resident historian. Indulge in a nine-course wine menu as shape-shifter Loki guides you through Sybil’s tale of creation, Armageddon and resurrection. A delight for your eyes, ears, hands and taste buds.

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

The Golden Cockerel

Store Scene, Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; ends Oct 26, performances at 20:00 on Sat, Oct 24, Oct 26; tickets 95-795kr; Alexander Pushkin’s poem The Golden Cockerel was made into an opera by Russian composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov in 1909. It promises to be a visually appealing performance. FBP

project. On a trip to London he happened upon a theatrical performance called Madame Butterfly. Although he didn’t understand a word of English, Puccini fell in love with the Japanese themes of the play and instantly planned to base his next opera on the story. He rushed home to Italy, quill in hand, and set about putting notes to paper. The celebrated composer Giuseppe Verdi died in 1901, so the throne as ‘Italy’s top opera man’ was there for the taking. Unfortunately, when Madame Butterfly opened at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala in 1904, it was met with a great deal of booing. Confused by its failure, but sure that he had a potential success in his hands, Puccini tootled home and made a few crucial changes to his work. The ‘new’ opera was performed to rave reviews later that year, and the rest is history. The narrative of the opera begins with the marriage of an American naval officer, Lieutenant Pinkerton, to a young Japanese girl, Cio-Cio San (nicknamed Butterfly). For Pinkerton the marriage is a farce, a marriage “in the Japanese style; for 999 years but with the right to cancel the marriage each month”. It is a marriage borne out of boredom, something to fill in the time before he can have a “real wedding and marry an American bride”. For the young Japanese protagonist, however, the marriage is very real. She gives herself completely to her husband, including renouncing her ancestral religion,

Exhibitions Mies Van Der Rohe and the Barcelona Pavillion


Dansk Arkitektur Center, Strandgade 27B, Cph K; starts Oct 12, ends Dec 1; open MonSun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:0021:00; This exhibition focuses on celebrated German architect Mies Van Der Rohe’s 1929 Barcelona Pavilion. It was an important part of the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona, Spain. BF

Revolution Happened Because Everybody Refused to Go Home


Bureau Publik, Vesterbrogade 111, st, Cph V; started Oct 6, ends Nov 17; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; This is the inaugural show for a new exhibition space in Vesterbro. It features art works from around the world that focus on recent global protest movements in the Middle East and the US. Work is shown under the ‘Disobedience Archive (The Temporary Office), and Crisis Mirror’. Artists include Critical Art Ensemble, Harun Farocki, Oliver Ressler & Zanny Begg, Rene Gabri & Irene Anastas, and Margit Czencki, among many others. BF

which in turn leads to her family renouncing her. When Pinkerton leaves Japan for America, promising to return soon, his young wife eagerly awaits his return, even more so after giving birth to his son following his departure. But it isn’t until the final act that Pinkerton returns to Japan, this time bringing with him his new American wife. The opera reaches its emotional crescendo when Butterfly realises that she has been deserted by Pinkerton. When his new wife tries to claim the baby so that she can raise it as her own, Butterfly tells her that she will only give up her son if Pinkerton asks her in person. In the most pivotal scene of the opera, Butterfly tells her son not to feel sorrow at his mother’s leaving and to only keep a faint memory of her face. After blindfolding the child, she picks up her father’s knife, which bears the inscription “whoever cannot live with honour must die with honour” and prepares to take her own life. Pinkerton arrives right at the last moment, but it is too late. Madame Butterfly is dead. Dealing with the themes of ritual suicide and intercultural love, Madame Butterfly was written during a period when interest in Japan, only recently opened to the West, was at its highest. With its touching storyline and intense emotional use of music, Madame Butterfly will transport the audience not just to the Japan of the late 1890s, but take them to a different place altogether.

Young Danish Photography and Video Art 11-12


Fotografisk Center, Tap E, Carlsberg, Pasteursvej 14, Cph V; starts Oct 12, ends Dec 16; open Tue-Fri 11:00-17:00, Wed 11:00-20:00, Sat-Sun 12:00-16:00; www. This group exhibition showcases emerging local artists in the fields of photography and video art. Artists include Gudrun Hasle, Marie Kølbæk Iversen, Helene Ringkjær Pedersen and Eva Marie Rødbro. BF



Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 4850, Cph K; starts Oct 12, ends March 17; open TueSun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:0020:00; tickets: 95kr, under25s: 65 kr, under- 18s: free adm; This exhibition focuses on the fine details in classic drawings and paintings from the 18th century to 1930. Vilhelm Hammershøi, Jens Juel, Caspar David Friedrich, and Richard Mortensen are some of the artists whose works are presented in a new light. BF

Gruppeudstilling (Group Exhibition)

Danske Grafikeres Hus, Sølvgade 14, Cph K; ends Oct 21; open Thu-Sun 13:0017:00; www.danskegrafikere. dk Painter and printmaker Svend Danielsen curated this group exhibition. BF

No silk was spared in the clothing of the performers

The scenography, provided by Christian Friedländer, is inspired by the Japanese artist Hokusais. The costume designer Pernille Egesko has elected to dress the actors in both beautiful and simple clothes, and we’re guaranteed metres and metres of silk – surely a sight to

behold. The title role will be played by, amongst others, Italy’s Maria Luigia Borsi and China’s Hui He, while Mexican tenor Héctor Sandoval will play the American rogue, Lieutenant Pinkerton. Director, Lars Kaalund has been helped by US conductor and voice special-

ist Steven Sloane to provide what we are promised will be a “musical experience of extraordinarily high quality”. A trip to Copenhagen’s opera house is always a special occasion, but this Madame Butterfly promises to be extra special. VICTORIA STEFFENSEN

Edward Steichen


Gesamt: Disaster 501. What Happened to Man?


Det Nationale Fotomuseum, Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; starts Oct 12, ends Feb 2; open Mon-Sat 10:0021:00; fotomuseum This exhibition presents a survey of the work of pioneering photographer, Edward Steichen. Steichen is remembered for his role in shaping the fields of fashion and glamour photography with the work he did for Vogue and Vanity Fair magazines in the early 20th century. BF

Dancing with the demons

Holstebro Kunstmuseum, Museumsvej 2, Holstebro; ends Jan 6, open Tue & Fri, 12:00-16:00, Wed 19:00-21:00, Sat & Sun 11:00-17:00, www. Using graphics by José Guadalupe Posada, Dr Lakra has redecorated the museum’s walls in the most macabre way. MAR


Hans Alf Gallery, Holbergsgade 13, Cph K; ends Oct 29; open Tue-Fri 13:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; Frederik Raddum is inspired by super hero figurines, LEGO men, classic Japanese film, and popular culture. His life-size sculptures are humorous, but with a slightly twisted edge. BF


Galleri Bredgade, N Bredgade 22, starts Oct 15, ends Oct 31; open Thu-Fri 14:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; Forty-seven artists from around the world have created their own currency for this group exhibition. Artists were required to make an artwork to fit into a 12 x 18cm area, the approximate size of a bank note. The resulting art can be used as currency in participating galleries worldwide. BF

Han Dynasty II


Years, Tagensvej 58 st th, Cph NW; starts Oct 5, ends Oct 31; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-15:00, www. Anna Margrethe Pedersen and Emma Sheridan present new work at this artist-run project space. The two artists work with digital media. BF


Gallery B15, Islands Brygge 15, Cph S; ends Oct 17; open Wed-Fri 13:00-18:00; www. Danish painter Malte Fisker presents new work in this solo exhibition. Fisker’s paintings are muted studies in abstraction. BF


Clausens Kunsthandel, Toldbodgade 9, Cph K; ends Nov 10; open Tue-Sat 11:00-17:00; Danish artist Jytte Rex presents new work on the subject of walking. Rex combines painting, drawing, and photography in this solo exhibition. BF


Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Nyhavn 2, Cph K; starts Oct 12, ends Dec 30; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed 11:00-20:00; Tickets: 60kr, under-16s: free adm; www. Displayed on four screens on the Mezzanine at Charlottenborg, this film event was initiated by the controversial director Lars Von Trier. Gesamt is a crowdsourced film, with directors from around the world submitting five minutes of footage based on one of six cultural works selected by Von Trier. The entries were edited together by Jenle Hallund. BF

Album Covers: Vinyl Revival

Denmark’s Design Museum, Bredgade 68, Cph K; ends 13 March; open Tue 10:00-17:00; tickets: 75kr, under-18s free adm; With over 400 LP covers, this survey exhibition explores the stylish visual culture of classic album covers. From hand- drawn record covers of the 1950s to the present day, the exhibition has something for everyone. Album art from jazz to classic rock, from pyschedelia to fantasy landscapes, are included in this design survey. BF



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Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; ends Oct 28; open Tue-Sun 10:0017:00, Wed 10:00-20:00; tickets: 95kr, concessions 65 kr, under18s free adm; This exhibition presents the work of painter Henri Matisse. BF

Overruling Pain

Still here now

MOHS Exhibit, Sønder Boulevard 98, Cph V, ends Nov 26, open Wed 12:00-17:00, Thu 12:00-18:00, Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 13:00-16:00; A group exhibition in collaboration with MOHS Exhibit in Vesterbro. This exhibition includes 15 artists predominantly from New York. BF

Museet for Samtidskunst, Stændertorvet 3D, Roskilde; ends Nov 3; open Tue-Fri 11:0017:00, Sat-Sun 12:00-16:00; Tickets: 40kr, children, students & Wed: free adm; www. Gudrun Hasle is a dyslexic depressive, and her artwork deals with the anguish associated with these illnesses, often with dark humour. BF

Per Bak Jensen & Per Inge Bjørlo

Galleri Bo Bjerggard, Flæsketorvet 85, Cph V; ends Jan 28; open Tue-Fri 13:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Per Bak Jensen, an accomplished photographer, works with themes of nature and culture. BF

Dexter Bang Sinister Kunsthal Charlottenborg; ends Oct 21; tickets: 60kr, concessions 40kr; Inspired by research into 1960s psychedelic visual culture. BF

Modernisme and Guldalder

Nivaagaards, Malerisamling, Gl Strandvej 2, Nivå; ends Jan 1; open Tue-Fri 12:0016:00, Wed 12:00-20:00, Sat & Sun 11:00-17:00; entry 70kr, concessions 50kr, under-18s free adm; Johannes Hage Nivaagaard and Knud W Jensen Louisana both started their own museums and built an impressive collection of Danish and foreign art. LD

Hito Steyerl: The Kiss

Overgaden, Overgaden Neden Vandet 17, Cph K; ends Oct 21; open Tue-Sun 13:0017:00, Thu 13:00-20:00; www. German artist Hito Steyerl uses video, sculpture and archival material to give form to a dramatic event that took place in 1993 during the war in Bosnia. LD

12 - 18 October 2012

Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; ends June 2013; open Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-20:00; tickets: 95kr, concessions 65kr, under-18s: free adm; Danish-Vietnamese artist Danh Vo has made a 45-metre copy of the Statue of Liberty. BF

Show Me Your Model

Danish Architecture Centre, Strandgade 27 B, Cph K; ends Oct 21; open MonSun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:0021:00; Tickets: 40kr, concessions 25kr, under-15s free adm; Visit architectural models of different scales, experiencing the architectural process in a new and different way. BF

Digesting Europe piece by piece

Traneudstillingen, Gentofte Hovedbibliotek, Ahlmanns Allé 6, Hellerup; ends Oct 13, open Mon-Fri 10:0019:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; www. The focus is on both historical and current cultural identity in Latin America. LD


Secret Garden

Gl Holtegaard, Attemosevej 170, Gl Holte; ends Oct 21; open Tue-Fri 11:00-16:00; Sat-Sun 11:00-17:00; Young Danish artists will occupy Lauritz de Thurah’s baroque garden, exhibiting sculptures and projects. LD

Unfinished Journeys

Gammel Strand 48, Cph K; ends Nov 11; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed-Thu 11:0020:00; tickets: 60kr, members free; This exhibition focuses on communities in relation to the impact of globalisation on local and global communities. LD

New Nordic: Architecture & Identity

Louisiana, Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends Oct 21; open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00, SatSun 11:00-18:00; This exhibition opens a new series focused on architecture, culture and identity. From cuisine to design, Nordic ideas and trends are of international interest. BF

Edward Kienholz: Five Car Stud

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends Oct 21; Open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00; Tickets 95kr, Concessions 85kr, Under-18s free adm; Edward Kienholz’s artwork has a rebellious, provocative and aggressive feel to it. It revisits the racism that was common in America in the not so distant past. LD

It Comes in Waves

Nils Stærk, Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Cph V; ends Oct 20; open Mon-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:0015:00; Matthew Ronay presents oppositions such as male-female, lifedeath, life-darkness and reality-unreality. LD

Some Boarded Up Houses


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Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Ny Carlsbergvej 68, Cph V; ends Oct 20; open Tue-Fri 12:0017:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; www. Joachim Koester presents photos of boarded-up houses from around the US that depict the current economic turmoil. LD

Paper Match

Lodret Vandret, Halmlageret, Ny Carlsbergvej 84, Cph V; ends Oct 13; open Tue-Sat 14:00-18:00; This huge group exhibition in the old Carlsberg factory building features artists working with paper in diverse formats from paper sculpture to drawings on paper. BF


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Arken Museum of Contemporary Art, Skovvej 100, Ishøj; ends Jan 13; open Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00, Wed 10:00-21:00; Tickets: 95kr, concessions 75kr, under-18s free adm; A new survey exhibition exploring contemporary art in India. BF


Nikolaj Kunsthal, Nikolaj Plads 10, Cph K; ends Oct 21, open Tue-Sun 12:00-17:00, Thu 12:00-21:00; Nine international contemporary artists reflect on alternatives to our usual ways of expressing ourselves, across a variety of different mediums. LD

French masterpieces

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph V; ends 30 Apr 2013; open Tue-Sun 11:0017:00; Entry 75kr; 33418141; This array of French masterpieces will take you on a journey through from 1850 to the 20th century. LD

Everything Louder than Everything Else/Acid Reflux

MOHS Exhibit, Sønder Boulevard 98, Cph V; ends Oct 20; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 13:00-16:00; Danish artist Rose Eken finds inspiration in the excess of rock music drums, electric guitars, and light shows. American artist Zach Johnsen’s drawings and paintings comment on the excesses of contemporary consumer culture. BF


Galleri Tom Christoffersen, Skindergade 5, Cph K; ends Oct 20; open Wed-Fri 12:0018:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; www. Christian Vind works with paper collage, book arts, and mixed media, using umour and art history as his sources of inspiration. BF

François Boucher

Gl Holtegaard, Attemose vej 170, Gl Holte; ends Nov 4; Tue-Fri 11:00-16:00; Sat-Sun 11:00-17:00; www. The exhibition includes 70 works of the French artist François Boucher. LD

Forms of Knowledge

Salon at GL Strand, Gammel Strand 48, Cph K; ends Nov 11; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed-Thu 11:00-20:00; Morten Steen Hebsgaard’s installation is inspired by the ideas of Friedrich Fröbels (1782-1852), the German pedagogue who came up with the concept of the kindergarten. BF

Disappearing into the past

Martina Asbæk Gallery, Bredgade 23, Cph K; ends Oct 20, open Tue-Fri, 11:00-18:00, Sun 11:00-16:00; www.martinasbaek. com An exhibition of the work of photographer Astrid Kruse Jensen, whose vivid prints of lightning will have you reaching to pull the duvet over your head. MAR


Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends Jan 13; open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00, Sat-Sun 11:0018:00; Tickets: 95kr, under18s free adm; www.louisiana. dk An exhibition of over 100 examples of artists working with self-portraiture in the 20th century. BF

A Clan of Boats

Faurschou Foundation, Klubiensvej 11, Cph Ø; ends Dec 7; open Tue-Fri 11:0017:00; Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang has been invited to create new versions of his signature gunpowder drawings based on Danish history. BF

Todd James

V1 Gallery, Flæsketorvet 69-71, Cph V; ends Oct 27; open Wed-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; www.v1gallery. com American artist Todd James works with graphic prints and installations, using bright colours and text to create his artwork. BF

Alex Dordoy

Christian Andersen, Høkerboderne 17-19, Cph V; ends Nov 3; open Tue-Fri 12:0018:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; www. London-based artist Alex Dordoy works in mixed-media installation, combining painting and sculpture in an investigation of materials. BF

Yummy Rooms for Robespierre Museet for Samtidskunst, Stændertorvet 3D, Roskilde; ends Nov 3; open Tue-Fri 11:00-17:00, Sat-Sun 12:0016:00; Tickets: 40kr, concessions & Wed: free adm; www. Danish artist Jørgen Michaelsen presents new artistic research into the life of French revolutionary hero, Robespierre. BF

Kirkeby Epiphany

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph V; ends Dec 30; open Tue-Sun 11:0017:00; tickets: 75kr; www. Per Kirkeby, one of Denmark’s greatest abstract masters, brings a selection of works ranging from 1981 to the present day. DS

Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes

Gallery Poulsen, Flæsketorvet 24, Cph V; ends Oct 27; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:30, Sat 12:0016:00; Jade Townsend and William Powhida are New York-based artists who collaborate on largescale drawings poking fun at the international art world. BF

Michael Reisch

Peter Lav Gallery, Esplanaden 8D, Cph K; ends Nov 3; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; German landscape photographer Michael Reisch presents striking depictions of mountains. BF


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A living legend’s sax appeal

Lee Konitz Quartet Jazzhus Montmartre, Store Regnegade 19A, Cph K Thu 20:00, and also Oct 19-20 tickets 375kr; 7015 6565;


ithin the great cacophony of hypermodern life, it is important to take a moment to listen to one’s elders. Quite literally, listen to one’s elders, such as when the 85-year-old saxophone legend Lee Konitz plays a three-night gig with his quartet at Jazzhus Montmartre. Smooth, sweet and enjoyably digestible wisdom is shared through Konitz’s alto saxophone. Jazz may not necessarily have the strongest foothold in this fast-paced world, and as a genre it holds nowhere near the sway it did during its nearly 70-year long heyday, but still it has value. It requires careful listening, celebrates creativity, and

is played with a subtle attention to thoughtful details − qualities that are abundant in Konitz’s music. “The essence of playing meaningful music is improvisation and spontaneity,” Konitz said in an interview with InOut. “I’m not interested in playing arrangements or prepared music.” When performing, Konitz had adopted the unique practice of blindly beginning a jazz standard with his band. The bandmates have to identify the piece and are thus forced to seek their way into the collaboration. “I have the good fortune of playing with some guys who like to improvise standard tunes and make them interesting,” said Konitz. “I don’t like to make plans. We take turns starting tunes, and the rest of us join in and make a piece of new music from it.” The Chicago-born Konitz has played with many of the great artists in jazz history − he even fondly recalled

his performances at the Montmartre playing with the café’s regulars Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster and Jackie McLean. He was early on associated with the ‘Cool Jazz’ or ‘West Coast Jazz’ movements, but feels that such classifications are artificial and misleading, especially considering some of the negative connotations and comparisons between black and white musicians that came with the Cool Jazz term. Konitz was a member of the nonet for Miles Davis’s seminal 1957 recording Birth of the Cool. Davis received criticism for integrating the band, bringing white musicians such as Konitz and Gerry Mulligan into the group. In his autobiography, Davis responded to the criticism. “I just told them that if a guy could play as good as Lee Konitz played − that’s who they were mad about most, because there were a lot of black alto players around − I would hire him every time, and I

wouldn’t give a damn if he was green with red breath,” he said. “I’m hiring a motherfucker to play, not for what colour he is.” On The Birth of the Cool’s first tune, ‘Move’, Konitz plays the second solo, after Davis’s own soaring turn. He immediately establishes credibility with a lilting jaunt that manages to merge jazz’s past alto sound with a new variant of be-bop. Konitz was known for being one of the few alto saxophonists of his time who did not imitate the style of the immortal be-bop giant Charlie Parker, but strove to establish his own. His peaceful sway was thus perfect for critics and labels to sweep into this brand new genre of cool, but it belies the fact that Konitz has always been progressing, both reaching back and looking forwards. Konitz was 16 when he met his mentor, the blind teacher and pianist Lennie Tristano. The earliest of

Konitz’s over 150 recordings are with Tristano, but the roll-call of musicians he has played with includes names like Davis, Charles Mingus, Chet Baker, Bill Evans, Brad Mehldau and many others. In Copenhagen, Konitz will perform with the exciting Minsarah trio, consisting of the young musicians Florian Weber on piano, Jeff Denzon on bass and Ziv Ravitz on drums. Young jazz artists carry the flame of their musical forebears, but jazz is a music that has seen most of its greatest practitioners pass on. It is therefore a privilege to see an artist like Lee Konitz at such an intimate location like Jazzhus Montmartre. Listening to the inventiveness of this legendary musician at the very least, should offer the audience a kind respite from a busy day and might even teach them a thing or two about music, life and how to practise both of them. Johnny Niemann


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Freja Loeb

Templet; 21:00; 100kr Looking deep into ‘80s pop for inspiration, Freja Loeb’s nostalgic sound is evocative of Madonna, as are the catchy song lyrics. Take a listen to ‘Soft Blues’ to see what we’re talking about. And she might be really on to something, as her music puts her in a category all of her own in the Danish music scene. Kicking off her first Danish tour − with a gig booked at Vega in a couple of weeks’ time − this is an opportunity to get a glimpse of an artist who could well become one of Denmark’s biggest names over the coming years.

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Choir of Young Believers Store Vega; 20:00; 180kr

Their desolate, orchestral-based soundscapes are inspired by a myriad of music traditions: from Greek folk music to traditional Indonesian instrumentation. Possibly Denmark’s most original export – led by talented singer-songwriter Jannis Noya Makrigiannis – the band stunned the Danish music industry by bettering their third record This Is For The White In Your Eyes (2009) with Rhine Gold (2012), a bastion of characteristically Scandinavian alternative rock. Brewing up a fervour with the tunes ‘Sedated’ and ‘Paint New Horrors’, it’s a guarantee that this gig will sell out.

Clock Opera

Lille Vega; 21:00; 130kr Based in London, Clock Opera are another of the growing ambient rock clique of English bands that have emerged of late, with a sound not too dissimilar to Choir of Young Believers. Founded in 2009 by Guy Connelly, they’ve only just released their debut record, Ways to Forget, to enormous acclaim. Alternative music fans and BBC Radio 6 listeners have fallen head over heels for the album, which includes left-field covers in the shape of Au Revoir Simone’s ‘Tell Me’ and The Drums’ ‘Me and the Moon’.

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The Eclectic Moniker

Templet; 21:00; 100kr Hailing from Copenhagen, the collective tap into an exotic brand of indie rock − making heavy usage of castanets, steel drums and maracas – tapping into a Vampire Weekend-like groove. The Eclectic Moniker have assembled something of a fan-base through gigs at Roskilde and supporting the Danish band Oh Land and Norwegian supergroup Kaizers Orchestra, but now the pressure is on the seven-man orchestra to release some new material. They won’t be able to bask in the glory of their hit single ‘Easter Island’ forever.


Prokofiev’s masterpiece a perfect choice for half-term Preview Peter and the Wolf

The Opera House, 19-20 October Tickets: 150kr, under-25s: 75kr Recommended for children over 5 years of age.


f you’re looking for a relaxing cultural, architectural and musical experience for the whole family, then the Royal Danish Orchestra’s performance of Peter and the Wolf on the main stage of the Opera House, with three shows over two days, might just fit the bill. Originally commissioned as an educational piece in 1936 to whet the musical appetites of Russian youngsters, the familiar strains of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf have enthralled generation after generation ever since − most recently being adapted by British TV station ITV as a theme tune for the 2012 European Championship. All the characters in the story have their own unique sound and instrument. The bird’s flute, the duck’s oboe, the cat’s

clarinet, the grumpy grandfather’s bassoon and the menacing tones of the wolf ’s French horn are all showcased, while the string section representing Peter is the work’s most recognisable melody. The popular work has been immortalised with recordings featuring narrators as diverse as Boris Karloff, Sir John Gielgud, Sean Connery, Paul Hogan, David Bowie and Dame Edna Everage. During the autumn halfterm, October 19 and 20, the Royal Danish Orchestra (Det Kongelige Kapel) will be performing the short masterpiece together with actor Henrik Koefoed as the narrator of the exciting story. The orchestra is the oldest of its kind in the world,

dating back to 1448. Today, its 130 musicians are internationally respected. Henrik Koefoed is best known for his contributions as part of the Danish comedy foursome Sons of the Desert (Ørkenens Sønner), but does come from a musical background and plays a mean trombone himself. Prior to each of the three concerts, children and their parents will have the chance to meet the musicians in the foyer and listen to them talk about their instruments. After this, budding young musical geniuses can have a bash at the woodwind and string instruments themselves to see if they can get a decent sound out of them. The Copenhagen Opera House, one of the most expensive


of its kind in the world, was controversially donated to the state by the AP Møller and Chastine Møller Foundation. Designed by renowned Danish architect Henning Larsen, the building is well worth a visit in its own right. The conflicts between Mærsk and Larsen during the actual construction, especially regarding the impressive glass front, are the stuff of legend, and tour guides at the opera provide some entertaining tales. Since the inauguration of the landmark Opera House in Copenhagen in 2005, the Royal Danish Orchestra has made full use of this acoustically superb platform for its many activities, including its regular and enjoyable hands-on workshops for children. There’s plenty of reasons to check out this performance of the timeless classic, Peter and the Wolf. It’s a great way to open up the minds of kids to the wonderful world of classical music, as well as a chance to experience the majestic Opera house first hand. Pete Streader

Turboweekend Forbrændingen; 21:00; 190kr The Copenhagen trio offer a simplistic, slow-evolving style of indie-electro. Making a dent on the Danish alternative electro-pop scene with ‘Trouble Is’, they accrued a reputation as Denmark’s next best thing. But their new record Fault Lines (2012) is too obvious, too easy and for want of a better term, cliched. Lacking that addictive ingredient that makes you want to hear tunes time and again, it’s difficult to fall for the hype or sing along to their glib lyrics. They’re a poor man’s White Lies, and no matter how persuasive their album artwork is, it’s unlikely they’re going to hold the attention of listeners for long.

Curtis Stigers Koncertsalen; 20:00; 370-440kr Having released a new record earlier this year, Let’s Go Out Tonight, the American jazz figure Stigers is renowned for his popularisation of jazz on the world stage. Extinguishing the esoterism of high-brow jazz, his tasteful style has brought peace to the pop and jazz worlds. With the ability to both sing and play the saxophone, Stigers − who will be performing alongside his cherry-picked session band − is a natural performer and regarded as one of the most prestigious figures in the jazz world.


− also known for playing at the various night venues spread across the city − deliver iconic tunes. It’s a must for any new students in town owning a Strokes LP or happen to be a fan of the BritPop legend Jarvis Cocker, and don’t fancy muddying their new brogues at Norrebrogade’s Drone club (an alternative rock venue a short bus ride away from Vega).

HEAT: Grandmaster Flash Rust; Fri 22:00; 200kr Grandmaster Flash hardly needs an introduction. The pulse of New York during the ‘80s and one of the most influential hiphop DJs ever, Grandmaster Flash turned the music world upside down and inside out with his pioneering techniques. Working with the Furious Fives for the best part of the ‘80s, the group achieved instant fame with the release of their seminal record The Message in 1982 and went on to become one of the most important groups in hip-hop history, forever changing the face of vinyl. Now upheld with the same esteem as other icons, his set at Copenhagen’s Rust will attract the masses for miles around, so be sure to get there early. Frankie Teardrop Ideal Bar, Vega; Fri 22:00; free adm Frankie Teardrop is a regular event where nostalgic hipsters get their kicks and celebrate rock throughout the ages. Taking a different musical decade each week, a collective of resident house DJs

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Lucy & Raiz Culture Box; Sat 23:00; 70kr As the founder of Stroboscopic Artefacts, the experimental sound designer Lucy left his native Italy for Paris in the mid-‘00s only to become the property of Berlin − the eventual destiny of all talented house DJs. His remixes demonstrate lo-fi subtleties that set him apart from the heavier stack of house DJs. Second up will be the Los Angeles-bred Raiz whose Latin influence undeniably translates into his samples. Playing alongside some of the biggest DJs in Europe over the past decade has only added to his arsenal, particularly influencing the direction of his staccato-techno.

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1, 2, 3, o’clock, 4 o’clock ROCK Dance as a magnifying glass A special culture for youngsters MILKSHAKES and dangerous rhythms. In the 1950s, young people became ‘teenagers’, and American inspirations could be seen in music, clothing and dance. The exhibition ‘1, 2, 3 o’clock, 4 o’clock ROCK’ at the Museum of Copenhagen recalls the decade in which the worlds of dance, music and young people changed forever. Jeans and outdoor bales ‘1, 2, 3 o’clock, 4 o’clock ROCK’ examines Copenhagen’s youth culture, as it looked in the 1950s, using dance as a magnifying glass. The exhibition focuses on the very first teenagers in Copenhagen. It’s about jeans bought at sailor stores in Nyhavn, ‘asfaltbal’ (outdoor balls) in Enghaveparken and riots after rock ‘n’ roll concerts in Bellahøj, but first and foremost it is about dancing.

An international youth community While their parents danced the sedate English waltz, teenagers threw themselves into a liberating jitterbug. Young people shared more interests with their peers than with their parents. And together they created a youth community based on music, dance, fashion and everything new from America. The former generation watched in wonder: what was happening on the dancefloor? Dance as a valve In the 1950s, the dancefloor was a place young people could meet other young people, unwind and simply be young. It was here today’s youth culture emerged. Dance was an expression of freedom and the joy of life, and was also a valve in the otherwise sinister postwar period. See the exhibition ‘1, 2, 3 o’clock, 4 o’clock ROCK’ at Museum of Copenhagen from 7 September 2012.

The grip loosened Something happened on the dancefloor in 1950s Copenhagen. The youngsters let go of their firm grip on each other and let themselves loose on the dancefloor to fast beats and enthusiastic steps. In the beginning they danced to jazz, but later rock ‘n’ roll took over and throughout the decade dancing was something all young people could experience and enjoy together.

Events World Press NEW Photo Exhibition Politikens Hus, Rådhuspladsen 37, Cph V ; ends Oct 31, open Mon-Tue 13:00-18:00, Wed-Thu 13:0021:00, Sat-Sun, 11:00-18:00; tickets: adults 75kr, under18s 30kr, under-12s free adm, concessions 50kr;, poltiken. dk/foto Politiken, in partnership with World Press Photo, is once again hosting the World Press Photo Exhibition, which this year comprises 170 photographs. MAR Mozart evening NEW Koncerthuset, Emil Holms Kanal 20, Cph K; Thu (Oct 18) 19:00; tickets: 150-530kr; Her fresh charisma would win even Mozart over. American violinist Hilary Hahn will give a tribute to the Austrian composer, performing Violin Concert no. 5 A-dur KV 219. Anton Bruckner will give life to the fascinanting magical notes of Mozart’s Symphony no. 9 d-mol Dem lieben, under the watchful eye of conductor Cornelius Meister, in his first appearance with DR SymfoniOrkestret. MAR

Three for one NEW Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Hammerichsgade 1, Cph Ø; Wed 17:00-18:00; free adm; Three great composers’ works performed at a free event: Britten’s Songs from the Chinese, Nielsen’s Serenata in vano and Beethoven’s Sonate dor violin and piano in D-major op. 12 no.1. MAR Oyster Week NEW Various venues in Cph, starts Fri, ends Oct 20; FOOD (Food Organisation of Denmark) invite you to take part in Oyster Week. This event celebrates the oyster, one of the exquisite ingredients of the rejuvenated Nordic cuisine, which are most commonly caught in Limfjorden and the Wadden Sea. MAR Vanløse Flea Market EW Vanløse Torv, Van- N løse; Sat Oct 13, 10:00-16.00; 2783 2459 Experience the 100 percent pure Danishness of the Vanløse Flea Market! MAR Free jazz Charlie Scott’s, Skindergade 43, Cph; Tue & Thu 17:00-20:30; Free Adm Jazz music every Tuesday and Thursday!

NEXT WEEK: KIDS CORNER Water is life! NEW DGI-byens Haller, Va n d k u lt u r h u s e t , Cph H, Thu (Oct 18) 20:00-21:00; tickets: 95kr, Rediscover the ancient link between water and humans at a zen meditation session. MAR Adventure meeting NEW Cafe Langebro, Islands Brygge 1 B, Cph S; Fri 20:00, You live for risk whatever the sport you are involved in! Join this meeting and challenge your limits, whether it’s in hiking, ice climbing in Norway, or kayaking along fiords. It’s up to you! MAR BO BEDRE as theatre Tobaksfabrikken, 4 Tobaksvejen, Søborg; ends Oct 24; various times; tickets 250kr, billetten. dk; BO BEDRE (live better) is a theatrical adaptation of the eponymous wildly influential magazine, first published in 1961. KRG East by Southeast Film Festival Cinemateket, Gothersgade 55, Cph K, ends Oct 21; Thirteen countries are represented at the East by Southeast film festival, showing everything from Transylvanian satire to Polish animation. RKM

Nature by bike NEW Åmarken Station, Åmarksvej 2, Hvidovre; Sat 13:00; Free; 2548 9063,; vestvolden, Cyclists will follow Kalveboderne to Mågeparken, and then Vestvolden to Engtoftegaard in the Brøndby forest, where they can chill out at an organised tea-party. MAR

ARTMONEY Bredgade 22, Cph K; Oct 14, 14:00-16:00; free adm; regular exhibition runs from Oct 15-31 (12:00-17:00); In an attempt to spread original art, the global art movement ARTMONEY has a set price for all the artworks: 200kr. The gallery will be exhibiting 47 artists displaying 20 works each – a good chance to get your art collection started. EBD

Den Sorte Skole Fest (Party at the Black School) Studenterhuset 52, Købmagergade 52, Cph K; Fri 20:00-05:00; tickets: 60kr; Featuring both legends and hard hitting newcomers from the Danish rap scene, this is an event you don’t wanna miss, if you’re into gritty beer-smelling hip hop that is – cause this ain’t gonna be pretty! EBD

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

Burlesque Hypnotic Byens Lys, Christiania; Fri 20:00-03:00; tickets 100kr (buy them at Sort Kaffe & Vinyl, Skydebanegade 4, Cph V) Join the gritty dress-up and enjoy a marvelous contemporary burlesque show complete with DJs and decadence! EBD

Jazz Cruise Nyhavn, Cph K; Sun 15:30; tickets 120kr; duration: 90 mins; Discover Copenhagen from the water with a live jazz soundtrack courtesy of the Copenhagen Washboard 5.

Album launch party NEW Ideal Bar, Fri 22:oo until late From Copenhagen’s burgeoning psychedelic scene, The Setting Son release their third album, Before I Eat My Eyes and Ears, with a launch party at Ideal Bar as part of the now well-established Frankie Teardop club night. As approved by The E Street Band’s Little Steven on his influential blog, Sebastian T Winther leads his band through a showcase of the new record’s highlights (see ‘Above The Rest’) and a guest DJ slot to boot. The album is available from all local record shops; Friday’s launch is a freebie. DMc National Museum guided tours Ny Vestergade 10, Cph K; Sun, Tue & Thu 11:00; Free Adm; Free guided tours in English three times a week. Harness Racing Charlottenlund Race Course, Traverbanevej 10, Charlottenlund; Wed 15:00; 20kr; www. No Ben Hur thrills and spills here, that’s for sure! 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 1900s.

For culture vultures and high-brow night-owls



Tranquebar Borgergade 14, Cph K; open Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-15:00; The dark walls of this travel bookshop enhance the bright colours of memorabilia from the six continents, which include comfortable sofas – perfect for examining the books and drinking coffee. The reading choice is very wide and available in different languages. There’s an amazingly varied range of travel guides, illustrated books, novels, books on cultural issues and non-Danish cookbooks. The music section has great international, folk and classical ranges, and the menu only sells Fair Trade products. Den Franske Bogcafé Fiolstræde 16, Cph K; open Mon-Fri 11:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; This small, warm and cosy oasis offers the best of French culture: the poets of the 16th century, the authors of the ‘Golden Age’ and the great novelists of the 19th century. Special attention is paid to social issues, particularly of the modern era and the Age of Reason. The books are often the subject of lectures by authors and experts. Magazines, music and especially the food – French delicatessen-style and good coffee – help to recreate a Parisian atmosphere.

Habengut – a journey NEW of invention Børnescenen, Folketearet, Nørregade 39, Cph K; starts Tue, ends 28 Oct, performances Tue-Fri 10:00 & 11:30, Sat 10:30 & 12:00, Sun 14:00 & 15:30; www.teaterbilleter. dk; habengut; suitable for 3-8 year-olds A highly visual play with limited dialogue, Habengut is suitable for children of all nationalities. Set in the household of an inventor, a family argument leads to the patriarch of the household, Professor Habengut, leaving his wife and trusty robot, Putigut, to travel back to the Stone Age – the perfect era for an inventor to stumble upon, you would imagine. “It’s a funny, poetic and very visual piece,” the Ugandan-Russian co-creator and animation director, Luba Lynch, told InOut. “It’s a great way for children to learn that there is no such thing as a ‘bad’ idea, and that all ideas can be developed.” Invention workshops will follow the second show from Wednesday-Friday during the autumn half-term, while the venue is also open for shows on Culture Night at 17:00 and 18:30. BH


TRUE TRAVELLERS are, according to Baudelaire, “those who leave just to be leaving”. Are you reflected in this description? Now you’re settled down, are you suffering from Mal d’Afrique? Because fortunately the city has an escape avenue just for you: its numerous international book cafes. Here are four of the best.





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No shortage of books at these cafes

Rayuela Fælledvej 5, Cph N; open Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-14:00; A love of literature and its Spanish heritage. These feelings are well represented at Rayuela, whose name is a tribute to Argentine writer Julio Cortazar, a favourite of the owner’s. After your visit, you will want to learn the Spanish language to feel part of this bubbling culture. The shop is stocked with books covering the literary landscape of the South and Latin American cultures, for all ages. Sample tasty and spicy sandwiches and cold Spanish and Mexican beers. This is the only place where you can find ‘mate’, the famous South-American tea. Underwood Ink Ryesgade 30A, Cph N; open Tue-Thu 12:00-20:00, Fri-Sat 12:00-24:00, Sun 12:00-20:00; This bookshop adds a further eclectic note to the multicultural district of Nørrebro. The protagonist is the underground culture. This shop was created as a place to discuss alternative thoughts – it’s where the seeds of new trends grow. Nothing better promotes the exchange of ideas than a drink. Look out for its selection of international magazines and newspapers, and the exhibitions of works by young street artists.

Baby Fair NEW Øksnehallen, Flæsketorvets, Cph V; open Sat & Sun, 11:0017:00; tickets: adults: 80kr, under-12s: free adm; Find everything you would need for a baby at this fair. It hosts stands for prams, family cars, books, grooming products, toys and clothing – pretty much everything you’d expect for the expecting. MAR 1,001 Nights Teater Zeppelin, ValNEW demarsgade 15, Cph V; ends Nov 16, performances every day except mon, Sat 13:00 & 15:30, other times vary; tickets 165kr, under-25s: 95kr,; 3322 0478, mail@; 75 mins;; over-7s Five stories from the Arabian masterpieces will be performed for your kids. Meet fakirs and spirits and encounter magic carpets spells, treasure and exotic places. MAR Design school for kids Akademiet for Design Illustration & Visuel Innovation, Stockholmsgade 33, Cph Ø; ends Dec 8; This course is run by professional designers and illustrators who will encourage your children to free their imagination and discover the joys of creating. MAR

Culture Night’s 20th Anniversary Various venues throughout the city; Fri 17:00-Sat 05:00; Tickets: Adults: 90kr, under-12s free adm, available from most train stations, libraries and cultural institutions - includes access to all events and unlimited travel; www.

Art seen through the eyes of science Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, 1307 Cph K; 30-min shows at 19:00, 20:00 and 21:00 Ever wonder what it takes to produce an artistic masterpiece? By using x-ray, infrared and UV light, curators at the National Gallery will be able to show you the layered stories behind the final image of a work of art.

THE ANNUAL cultural celebration Kulturnatten – when Copenhagen opens the doors of its museums, galleries, libraries, churches, theatres, music clubs, bars and other venues for one low, all-inclusive price – is celebrating its 20th anniversary on Friday. From museums and galleries you’ve been meaning to check out, to events you may never have the chance to see again – like a behind-the-scenes tour of what it takes to run the S-tog throughout Copenhagen – Culture Night is your chance to see the best on offer – all for 90kr.


MUSEUM MYSTIQUE Celebration & feasting through the ages Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph V; 18:30-23:00, guided tours every 30 mins from 18:00-22:30 Participate in a scavenger hunt to win prized items from the gift shop, or take a break from the art and enjoy the music of Veronica Hodges and the vocal ensemble Glas in the museum’s Winter Garden. Light and sound Thorvaldsens Museum, Berterl Thorvaldsens Plads 2, Cph K; 18:00-00:00 The white marble statues of the museum are getting a technicolor makeover from students of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.

Story time Books & Company, Sofievej 1, 2900 Hellerup; Tue mornings 09:30-10:00; free adm; www. Every Tuesday morning, storyteller Sara Albers performs stories, poems, and finger plays. She entertains, inspires and captivates kids’ imaginations, making Tuesday mornings a magical experience for all. SA Circus Fantastica Folketeatret, Nørregade 39, Cph K; ends Oct 20; open Tue-Fri 19:30, Sat 17:00; Tickets: from 110kr; 3312 1845; This spectacular theatre concert is about a bunch of circus performers stranded in an amusement park during the winter break. What tricks will they perform to keep their spirit alive? EB Edges of the Universe & Coraline Reefs in CPH Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Gammel Kongevej 10, Cph K; ends Oct 14; tickets: over-12s 139kr, under-12s 89kr; www. Travel through the dark cosmos and discover its mysteries, then jump in the deep blue water and dive among vibrantly coloured fish and plants. You will discover the amazing but fragile balance of these landscapes in these two amazing 3D films. MAR

Rosenborg Castle in the dark Rosenborg Slot, Øster Voldgade 4 A, 1350 Cph K; 18:00-00:00 See Rosenborg Castle like never before – with a torch. The tickets are free with a Kulturpass but must be picked up from the castle’s ticket office between 10:00 and 16:00. Junkbuster’s flea market Christiansborg Slotsplads 1-5, Cph K; 16:00-23:00 Christiansborg Castle used to be home to unimaginable luxuries when the royal family lived there, but on Culture Night it will be surrounded by trash. Junkbusters have collected garbage from all over and will sell the good stuff on Friday night. You just might find that one man’s trash really is your treasure. All the proceeds are going to the Danish Cancer Society. A TASTE OF AMERICA American Halloween and haunted house Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Skindergade 12, Cph K;18:00-00:00 American expats feeling homesick this October should make their way to Skindergade for an American-made haunted house and Halloween extravaganza. If you don’t want this night to be a scare, you can still head over for pumpkin carving in the courtyard or s’mores over an open fire.

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US Civil War live re-enactment show Tøjhusmet, Tøjhusgade 3, Cph K; 18:0000:00 At The Royal Danish Arsenal Museum, the North takes on the South again in this reenactment using authentic weapons, cannons and uniforms. The show is repeated several times throughout the evening. WHERE CAN I GET A BEER? Beer experiences at the brewery Carlsberg, Gamle Carlsbergvej 11, Cph V; 18:00-22:00 If you like beer, you’ll be disappointed to miss this. Experience beer and its ingredients like never before at the Jacobsen Brewhouse and Bar, the Aroma room and through a blind-tasting of different Carlsberg products. A taste of Lolland-Falster Embassy of Lolland-Falster, Rosengården 7, Cph K; 18:00-23:00 The islands of Lolland-Falster might have more to offer than you’d think. Visit the embassy on Friday for samples of beer, wine, fruit and vegetables from Denmark’s southern islands. HENRY BUTMAN

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IT’S TIME to serve up mussels again! As possibly one of my favourite seafood items they should always be prepared in a classic way. Moules frites is a French recipe and may seem daunting, as it’s somewhat fancy. But in actuality, it’s a fairly simple recipe, and after prep work, is done surprisingly fast. The key to good mussels is finding fresh ones! I learned that the hard way before. Fresh mussels look black and shiny and should only smell pleasantly of the deep sea. Avoid any that smell “fishy,” look dry or are mostly open. The vast majority should be tightly closed. One of the disappointing aspects of preparing mussels is you will always have to throw some

away before and after cooking (if they’re still closed). But this recipe is still worth a shot! When making Moules frites, I usually focus on the mussel portion of the dish and just prepare frozen fries – sometimes I make oven potatoes. To get restaurantquality french fries requires an actual deep fryer and a thermometer; it’s surprisingly complicated, requiring a pre-fry at a lower temperature and then frying again at a higher temperature. That’s how the fries end up crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, without overcooking the outside or undercooking the inside. Any kind of potato will go well with this dish, so I focused on the mussels.


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Moules frites 1 kg fresh mussels, debearded and rinsed 4 spring onions 2 shallots, peeled and halved 1 large carrot, peeled, halved, and thinly sliced 2 large garlic cloves, peeled and thinly sliced 1 bunch of fresh thyme 1 handful fresh parsley 150ml dry white wine (ideally Muscat) 1 tsp Pernod 2 tbsp crème fraiche 1 red chilli, diced (optional PLACE a large, heavy-based sauté pan (with a lid) on the stove and heat until you can feel a strong heat rising. Pour in the oil, then immediately toss in all of the vegetables, chilli and thyme. If using fresh thyme, the sprigs will crackle if the pan is hot enough. Cook for about one and a half minutes, shaking the

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pan and stirring the vegetables until they start to wilt. With the heat still on high, toss in all of the mussels and shake the pan so they form an even layer. Cover with a lid and cook for another one to two minutes, shaking the pan once or twice. Uncover the pan and pour in the wine and Pernod. Shake and cook for another 90 seconds, so the wine reduces by half, then cover again and cook for another minute. Place a large colander over a bowl and tip the mussels and vegetables into the center. Discard any mussels that remain closed. Pour the strained liquid back in the pan, reheat and stir in the crème fraiche and parsley. Check the seasoning; you may not need any salt. Return the mussels and vegetables to the pan and reheat, shaking the pan, then divide between two large soup bowls. Serve alongside French fries

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Ca’pow! The fight for super-healthy fish suppers starts here On the corner of Istedgade and Absalonsgade is a café – or is it a restaurant? Well, it’s both. “You don’t have to eat,” says Mehmet Kantin, the owner of Ca’Fish. “You can sit with a coffee, a cake, your computer … No-one is going to make you eat.” But if what you want is healthy fish – without spending a fortune or donning fancy restaurant attire – Ca’Fish is where you belong. Serving catches from the Baltic and Mediterranean seas, Kantin hopes to help Danes re-think fish, without the extravagance or priciness found in restaurants such as Noma that can often be dissuasive. The result is Ca’Fish: a place that will welcome you in blue jeans and a t-shirt, where you can select the exact fish you’d like to eat (if you want to eat one at all) and still leave satiated, satisfied and, importantly, with something healthy in your stomach. For Kantin, who is inspired by Jamie Oliver and his health-orientated overhaul of the food in Britain’s school system, as well as by a nagging question of his own – ‘How do I get my kids to eat fish?’ – the healthiness of the food he serves is paramount. “We eat beef three, four times a week,” says Kantin, “And fish once, maybe twice. The balance in our diet needs to shift towards fish. We need to reverse that ratio.” Kantin’s idea to open a ‘fish café’ – a place patrons could go to relax, hang out and, if they want, enjoy a wide selection of fresh and affordable fish – has been a long time in the making. Ca’Fish isn’t Kantin’s first culinary enterprise in Copenhagen: in the late ‘80s he opened a pizzeria and caught the craze as it began. But business had dropped off by the early naughties, when pizzerias became a corner-fixture in the city. Now, Kantin is waiting for his newest trend to catch fire among the Danes. “This is Denmark,” he says. “We’re surrounded by sea, but we don’t eat enough fish.” Not only is fish better for you, providing nutrients hard to find in such quantity elsewhere, such as heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, it physically makes you feel better – at least, when you eat it right. “When people think of fish, they either think they have to sit in a restaurant with candles and wine for three hours, or they think of fish and chips,” Kantin says. “But why bother eating fish if it’s not healthy? It’s possible to eat healthy fish quickly, too.” I stand at the counter studying the fish, fanned out on a platter in the glass display case and, when I make my selection

Mehmet Kantin is Istedgade’s answer to Jamie Oliver and wants our city’s children, including his own, to discover the joy of eating healthy fish

– Pagello and horse mackerel, both from the Mediterranean, as well as a handful of crispy anchovies, one of Ca’Fish’s many delicious ‘snack’ menu items (Kantin plans someday on selling them in a takeaway box) – the fish are taken from the platter to the kitchen to be prepared. In ten or 15 minutes – as long as it would take to check your e-mail or read a chapter in a book – the food comes. The fish, presented together with a side salad and a small pile of sliced and roasted spuds, has the same crispy, crunchy golden texture of the potatoes.

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I fork off a bite of the Pagello which, underneath the satisfying crunch of the pan-seared skin, is so light and tender it barely withstands the pressure of the prongs. Mixing in the mouth, the meat melts completely and the sea seems to seep out, so fresh and clean is the taste of fish throughout the palate. The Horse Mackerel, a smaller fish, had the same light and juicy composition, with an equally crispy outer layer. And the anchovies – eaten whole in no more than two bites – packed an addictive punch of bones and brine, both sweet and salty.

The salad crunched so freshly and, with an organic cranberry juice, one of five flavours offered, left the palate cleansed. Kantin was right. I left satiated but not stuffed, full but not fat. I felt light and energised. I felt – if it’s something you can feel right after a meal – healthy. With offerings for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and a kids menu that’s free for children under five years old – isn’t it time you treated yourself to a meal you can feel good about?


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Lawless (15)

Dir: John Hillcoat; US drama/action, 2012, 116 mins; Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf, Guy Pearce, Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Mia Wasikowska

Premieres October 11 Playing nationwide


USTRALIAN director John Hillcoat follows The Proposition and The Road with another vision of society struggling to establish civic order. Between the film and television incarnations of The Untouchables and the magnificent HBO drama Boardwalk Empire, currently in its third season, there lies countless other productions detailing the USA’s crime-ridden prohibition years. Lawless seeks to draw a contrast between the city-based exploits we’ve already seen, by showing us the supposedly true-life rural shenanigans of the Bondurant boys − based on the novel The Wettest County In The World by Matt Bondurant. Detailing the lives of his ancestors, Bondurant’s story follows three brothers as they run a countryside moonshine operation in Franklin County, Virginia. A legend has long surrounded the Bondurant brood: that they are protected by magic and cannot be killed. As their family-run business expands, it attracts unwanted attention from corrupt federal agents. The brothers, Forrest (Hardy), Howard (Clarke) and Jack (LaBeouf ), are offered a deal and advised not to refuse it: the corrupt authorities want their cut of the profits or the brothers will be shut down by the feds. But stoic patriarch Forrest is not the sort to bow to pressure, and soon the Bondurant boys have a war on their hands. After his wildly intense turn as Bane in this summer’s The Dark Knight Rises, Hardy emerges from be-

LaBeouf explains to his co-star that it doesn’t matter whether they sleep together ... he’s going to tell the press they did either way, so they might as well get on with it

hind the mask to again prove his mettle with this more introspective character. The chief agitator is played by Hillcoat-regular, Guy Pearce. Pearce (inexplicably sans eyebrows) plays an unsavoury federal dandy named Rakes, appointed as special deputy of the county. Constantly flirting with theatricality, Pearce imbues the role masterfully with almost Disneyesque villainy, resembling a lean, black, shiny-shelled creepy-crawly. Despite his violent methods, he dislikes getting his hands dirty and, as such, wears the finest leather gloves whenever he goes a-skull-cracking.

Like Hillcoats’ similarly themed The Proposition, also penned by Nick Cave (yes, the musician), Lawless is a bloody brutal picture with heightened on-screen violence, the likes of which is not possible to enjoy nor always fully justify. The film seems designed to provoke unease. The production design and costumes are authentically rendered in period detail; the clothes are filthy, the walls have infinite texture and no face is fully clean. Hillcoat has delivered an immersive experience, a fully realised world populated by morally complex characters − but to what end?

Something prevents this film from reaching the heights it seems geared toward. It’s hard to condone or condemn the behaviour of the brothers as they strive to run their business, inevitably clashing with the corrupt arm of the law. Admirably, they survive under the harshest conditions, but in doing so they must behave like gangsters: survival is won by ugly deeds − their business is conducted with knuckle dusters, knives and guns. As Hardy’s character says “without the fear, we’re as good as dead.” Hardy and LaBeouf cut heroic figures, but admiration for them is con-

stantly tempered by the immorality of their methods and the pointlessness of both their trade and the law that hinders it. LaBeouf turns in his first truly credible performance, a nuanced vulnerability replacing that angry, directionless intensity that seems to constitute his default setting. Here LaBeouf puts in the most amiable performance of the film and possibly his career. However, with the exception of his touching relationship with a baptist preacher’s daughter and his friendship with the young cripple Cricket, the film is a solidly crafted but cold-blooded affair.

Was Oliver stoned when he shot this? Savages (15) Dir: Oliver Stone; US action, 2012, 133 mins; Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Blake Lively, John Travolta, Benicio Del Toro, Salma Hayek, Emile Hirsch Premiered October 11 Playing nationwide


Yes Lively, it’s a good thing you’re pretty with performances like these ...

ROM ITS very first seconds, Oliver Stone’s Savages advertises itself as a clever and ambitious piece of cinematography. Two hours later the credits wash over what looks like an expensive, unfocused mess. We are greeted by Lively’s honeyed voice promising to narrate the story exactly as it happened, and are then

left to wonder she is in fact dead and narrating things from the hereafter. Nice twist, you think to yourself. The sad part is that the film is too oafish – and too busy toying with new combinations of torture, telecommunication and betrayal on a backdrop of Mexican drug dynasties – to deliver anything but the bare bones of a story. Based on a 2010 novel by Don Winslow, Savages introduces us to the ‘good guys’ Ben and Chon (Taylor-Johnson, Nowhere Boy, and Kitch, John Carter) – though a normal person would likely consider them cynical and narcissistic low-lives. Ben is a pseudo-idealist and former botany student. Chon, his

‘business partner’, is an ex-Navy SEAL who passes his war traumas off as macho fearlessness. They share a mansion on Laguna Beach, California – and a hot girlfriend (Lively), apparently underlining the general theme of ethical darkness. This private slice of heaven is paid for by 15 million reportedly enthusiastic dope smokers worldwide. Ben and Chon, we learn, have developed the most splendiferous cannabis known to man. When a Mexican drug cartel (seeing Hayek and a charismatic Del Toro in central roles) decides it wants a share of the high-end weed market, a game of violent negotiation, kidnapping and torture breaks out. There are ex-

citing moments, and some will enjoy Travolta as a crooked DEA cop, but the dialogue is wooden and the villains stereotypical. Primed for something epic, though, you spend the better part of two hours waiting patiently for some kind of redeeming surprise, like an inspired plot twist or something. Alas, it’s not to be. Savages looks consistently dazzling (except when intentionally sickening and morbid), but it has a heart of ‘Stone’ and ends bizarrely – with a heavyhanded Tarantino-esque flashback which, second time around, branches off into an alternative ending that is as unsatisfactory as the first. KASPER R GULDBERG



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Book Your Tickets Looper (15) Dir: Rian Johnson; US action/ drama, 2012, 118 mins; Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt, Piper Perabo, Jeff Daniels If there’s a film to finally propel sci-fi into industry respectability it should be this one. With luminous performances from both Gordon-Levitt and Blunt, this is some of the most confident, well thought-out drama this side of an Oscar. A classic is born. MW

The Dark Knight Rises (11) Dir: Christopher Nolan; US action, 2012, 165 mins; Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Marion Cotillard, Anne Hathaway With the arrival of Bane (Hardy), a terrorist hell-bent on ‘liberating’ Gotham before reducing it to rubble, Batman (Bale) is forced out of exile to once again take on the role as Gotham’s Dark Knight. Nolan retains the delicate balance of building a credible reality while remaining respectful to the comic book origins, and as he departs from the Batman franchise, he leaves his reputation as a master filmmaker and the general state of comic book cinema in the best shape they’ve ever been. MW

Searching for Sugar Man (15) Dir: malik Bendjelloul; Swe/ US/SA doc, 2012, 86 mins If you disappear into obscurity after an undistinguished music career, you can always take pride in the fact that halfway across the world a nation is being inspired by your music to start a revolution against a racist oppressive regime. That’s at least what happened in the case of US ‘70s rocker Rodriguez, who was a hero to many during the South African struggle against apartheid. Swedish filmmaker Bendjelloul follows two South African fans as they try to find out what happened to their hero, and the result is as compelling as a real-life detective story. LL

Avoid like the Plague Taken 2 (15) Dir: Olivier Megaton; US action, 2012, 95 mins; Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen, Leland Orser The first film was a guilty pleasure that worked only for Neeson’s fast-paced and high-octane action sequences, and in spite of a mind-numbingly dreadful performance from Maggie Grace. Now they’re both back, but this time with frenetic fight scenes that appear to be stolen straight out of Die Hard, and even more screen time for Grace. Skip it. LL

The Bourne Legacy (15) Dir: Tony Gilroy; US action, 2012, 135 mins; Jeremy Renner, Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz, Stacey Keach When a ten-year-old passport photo has the second most screen-time after the lead actor, the film holds little promise. No other franchise entry works this hard to justify its own existence, the irony being that a decent action film is justified by decent action – of which Bourne Legacy has little. AS

Also Playing Dredd (15) Dir: Pete Travis; US/ UK/Ind action, 2012, 95 mins; Karl Urban, Olivia Thrilby, Lena Headey Although the production’s minimal budget noticeably creaks in delivering the goods, there are some visually inventive sequences that ensure your eyes are often kept busy. Your brain, on the other hand, can afford to run considerably slower than usual. MW

Ted (15) Dir: Seth MacFarlane; US comedy, 2012, 106 mins; Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Seth MacFarlane, Joel McHale, Giovanni Ribisi A tale of Peter Pan-esque protracted male adolescence and ‘broversus-ho’ ethics, this is a film that squarely relies on the comic potential of random flotsam and jetsam pop culture, tongue-incheek offensiveness and stateof-the-art foul-mouthed puppet humour. As with much of MacFarlane’s work, it is devoid of any trace of sophistication or finesse, and is fitfully amusing thanks only to the occasional deadpan shock-value jokes offered by Mark Wahlberg’s crooked straight-man performance. AS

On The Road (15) Dir: Walter Salles; US drama, 2012, 137 mins; Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kristin Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen The novel portrayed an intoxicatingly fierce personal quest for meaning and belonging in a cold war America full of conflict and contradiction. This adaptation fails to capture this search for a codified new way forward and instead relies on oversimplified sensation, surface angst and fragmented movement from one isolated and unexplored bohemian bubble to another, each of which seems to deflate with the merest of bombastic whines and groans. AS


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The Expendables 2 (15)

Dir: Wes Anderson; US comedy, 2012, 94 mins; Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances MacDormand, Bruce Willis, Tilda Swinton, Jared Gilman, Katy Howard This newest feature film from debonair filmmaker Anderson has a brilliant cast, a wry script and stunning cinematography. It’s fashionable entertainment, and will no doubt please Anderson’s considerable fan-base. But under all the bells and whistles, is it just another coming-of-age, feel-good romcom – even a faintly insincere one at that? MW

Dir: Simon West; US Action, 2012, 103 mins; Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Chuck Norris, Bruce Willis, Big Arnie Sly Stallone and other compatriots from the 2010 film The Expendables return for the 2012 sequel, joined by an even more star-studded cast of action movie legends. If you want to see old Hollywood heroes tear up the town in a fastpaced, shoot-em-dead flick loaded with its share of wry humour, make The Expendables 2 your choice this weekend. Just don’t expect much more than that. HB

Buck (11)

Magic Mike (15)

Dir: Cindy Meehl; US doc/action, 2011, 88 mins Centered around the real-life inspiration for Robert Redford’s 1998 The Horse Whisperer, this documentary by first-time filmmaker Cindy Meehl is far more compelling than Redford’s redundantly romantic characterization ever could hope to be. AS

Dir: Steven Soderbergh; US comedy, 2012, 110 mins; Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Mathew McConaughey Despite some impressive dance sequences and a star director behind the camera, there’s only so much you can accomplish with a story about male strippers ... and it’s not much. LD

PROGRAMME: THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER - WEDNESDAY 17 OCTOBER 2012 All times are subject to change KINOPALÆET without notice; consult Klampenborgvej 215 A, Lyngby for confirmation. The Expendables 2 (15) 21:10 Lawless (15) PALADS 16:30-19:00-21:30 Axeltorv 9, Cph K; 7013 1211 Looper (15) The Bourne Legacy (15) 18:30-21:00 18:40-21:30 Savages (15) The Dark Knight Rises (11) 18:30-21:00 15:45-19:30-20:30 Taken 2 (15) Dredd (15) 10:00-12:15-14:20-16:4021:00 19:00-21:00 The Expendables 2 (15) Ted (11) 18:45-21:00 14:20-16:40-19:00-21:20 Lawless (15) 11:25-14:00-16:30-19:00-21:10 Looper (15) 11:30-14:00-16:30-18:30-21:10 EMPIRE BIO Magic Mike (15) Guldbergsgade 29F; Cph N, 19:00-21:30 3536 0036; Moonrise Kingdom (7) Lawless (15) 18:45 12:30-15:00-19:30-22:00 Savages (15) Moonrise Kingdom (7) 10:00-12:50-15:50-18:40-21:30 17:30-22:00 Taken 2 (15) On the Road (11) 12:00-14:15-16:30-19:0017:15 21:00-21:40 Searching for Sugar Man (15) Ted (11) 22:15 11:30-14:00-16:20-19:00-21:40 Weekend (11) 17:30


Kalvebod Brygge 57, Cph V; 7010 1202 The Expendables 2 (15) 21:30 Lawless (15) 18:45-21:15 Looper (15) 19:00-21:30-23:59 (Fri & Sat) Savages (15) 18:45-21:00 Taken 2 (15) 17:00-19:00-21:15 Ted (11) 14:15-16:30-18:45-21:1523:45 (Fri & Sat)


Sylows Allé 15, Frederiksberg, 7013 1211; Lawless (15) 16:00-19:30 Looper (15) 21:40 Savages (15) 21:00 Taken 2 (15) 21:10 Ted (11) 11:30-22:00



Abalonsgade 5, Cph V, 3324 4200 Buck (11) 14:15-18:00 Searching for Sugar Man (15) 12:15-14:00-16:15-18:0019:40-21:15

Rådhuspladsen 59, Cph K 3312 4292; Moonrise Kingdom (7) 13:50-17:45-21:30


Mikkel Bryggers Gade 8, Cph K Lawless (15) 12:00-16:40-21:30 Moonrise Kingdom (7) 09:30-12:00-14:20-16:4019:00-21:30 On the Road (11) 14:00-21:00 Searching for Sugar Man (15) 10:00-12:00-16:40-19:00-21:30


Jernbanegade 2, Cph K 3314 3222 On the Road (11) 12:30-15:30-18:30-21:20


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12 - 18 October 2012 SCANPIX


Prince Harry, Arctic heroes SV2, Mon 18:00

DON’T WRITE off Harry just because Wills got married. Fortune has a funny way of finding the ‘second son’. George VI, Charles I and Henry VIII were all notable examples who grew up without the pressure to land the big prize. So it’s good to see he’s enjoying himself while he can, chasing skirt, championing swastikas and creating scandals about his parentage (there’s the red hair, but surely he’s got Papa’s nose and mouth?). “From the battlefields of Afghanistan to the top of the world,” introduces John Hurt’s voiceover to Prince Harry, Arctic heroes, which follows his participation in a polar expedition that includes four servicemen disabled in action. One of them’s missing his ankle and calf – no, not the war, it was a forfeit in one of Harry’s drinking games.

Worse has happened to the 22nd century crew of Red Dwarf (BBC Ent, Thu 22:50), which in this revival (after a gap of ten years) time-warp back to Earth in 2009. Meanwhile, a new series is currently screening in the UK. Also in Britain, Kate! The making of an Icon looks back at the career that made waifish the most popular item on the fish menu; The Secrets of Scientology (SV2, Sun 18:00) is a 2010 Panorama production that one UK newspaper described as “exemplary”, while the jury’s out on Clatterford (BBC Ent, Tue-Thu 19:35), which is also known as Jerusalem & Jam. With French & Saunders on board, many were disappointed by its low laugh ratio, but it has a strong following among old and middleaged women.

Elsewhere, Banksy’s doc Exit through the Gift Shop takes its TV bow; delayed coverage of both of England’s 2014 WC qualifiers is on Friday and Tuesday on K6; catch the fifth series of legal drama Damages (SV1 Sat 23:05); for those of you feeling homesick for more dangerous climes, Dark Minds (TV3 Puls, SV2, Mon 18:00 Prince Harry, Arctic heroes Fri 20:00) is a welcome window to weirdo killers; Kirk Douglas is the subject of this week’s Stars Of The Silver Screen (DRK, Sat 20:00), while Infamous Assassinations revisits the 1918 murder of the Romanovs (DRK, Mon 22:55); and finally Japan (DRK, Tue 17:15) looks at some of the country’s bizarre festivals, including one that involves a Shinto priestess and a giant wooden penis. BEN HAMILTON

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17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote (US crime series, 1986) 21:25-23:10 You, Me and Dupree (US com, 2006) Owen Wilson 23:10-01:00 Posse (US western, 1993) Mario Van Peebles

19:30-20:00 Planet Dinosaur (UK science series, 2011) 20:00-21:20 Matador (Dan drama, 1978) Jørgen Buckhøj 22:20-00:05 Goldfinger (UK action, 1964) Sean Connery

19:05-20:00 Superswarms (UK nature program, 2009) 22:20-23:50 Vera (UK crime series, 2012) Brenda Blethyn

17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 22:30-23:15 Whitechapel (UK thriller series, 2010) Rupert Penry-Jones, Philip Davis

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17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 22:30-23:20 Homeland (US thriller series, 2012) Claire Danes 23:20-00:00 Damages (US drama series, 2010) Glenn Close

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17:55-18:45 China’s Capitalist Revolution (UK doc, 2009) 19:05-20:00 Sherlock Holmes (UK crime series, 1986) 20:00-21:40 Closer (US drama, 2004) Julia Roberts

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20:00-21:00 River Cottage 21:30-22:00 Food Factory - Supersized (UK food series, 2012) 23:30-00:15 Scott & Bailey (UK crime series, 2011)

17:55-18:35 China’s Capitalist Revolution 18:35-19:00 The Daily Show 19:00-20:00 Museum of Life (UK science series, 2011) 20:30-20:35 River Cottage 23:30-23:55 The Daily Show

17:55-18:45 Templars - The Last Stand (UK doc, 2011) 19:00-20:00 Museum of Life 21:00-22:20 Exit through the Gift Shop (UK doc, 2010) 23:30-23:50 The Daily Show

19:00-20:00 Museum of Life 23:00-23:45 Afghan Army Girls (UK doc, 2012) 23:45-00:10 The Daily Show

19:00-20:00 Museum of Life 20:45-21:40 The Body Farm (UK crime series, 2011) Tara Fitzgerald 21:40-22:30 Taggart (UK crime, 2008) 23:40-00:00 The Daily Show

17:05-18:00 Friends

23:10-01:40 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (US action, 2009) Megan Fox

No English Language Programmes

17:05-18:00 Friends

17:05-18:00 Friends 20:35-22:45 2014 World Cup qualifier: Italy vs Denmark

17:05-18:00 Friends 20:35-21:25 Desperate Housewives (US drama series, 2011) 23:35-00:10 Deadly 60 (UK nature series, 2009)

17:05-18:00 Friends 23:55-00:45 Lie to Me (US crime series, 2010)

17:55-18:50 King of Queens 18:50-19:40 Friends 19:40-21:30 X-Men (US action, 2000) Hugh Jackman 21:30-22:55 American Comedy Award 2012 (US awards show) 22:55-23:50 Dave Attell Comedy Special (US stand-up comedy show, 2006)

10:35-18:05 New Girl (US comedy series, 2011) season one 18:05-19:05 King of Queens 19:05-20:00 Friends 21:25-22:15 Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (UK com show, 2009)

12:10-21:00 X-Files (US scifi series, 1997) season five

18:00-18:55 King of Queens 18:55-19:50 Friends 19:50-20:55 Californication (US com series, 2009) 22:35-00:00 American Comedy Award 2012 (US awards show)

18:00-18:55 King of Queens 18:55-19:50 Friends 19:50-20:55 Californication 21:00-21:50 Suburgatory (US com series, 2011) Jane Levy 22:55-23:45 Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow 23:45-00:35 Stand-up Live at Apollo

18:00-18:55 King of Queens 18:55-19:50 Friends 19:50-20:55 Californication 21:00-21:30 Life’s Too Short (UK comedy series, 2011) Warwick Davis 22:30-23:30 Saturday Night Live (US com series, 2011) 23:30-00:20 Stand-up Live at Apollo

18:00-18:55 King of Queens 18:55-19:50 Friends 19:50-20:55 Californication 21:00-23:10 X-Men 2 (US action, 2003) Hugh Jackman

17:00-18:00 NCIS 20:00-21:00 NCIS 22:00-00:45 In Her Shoes (US com, 2005) Cameron Diaz

19:00-20:00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (US reality series, 2011) 21:00-23:25 S.W.A.T. (US action, 2003) Samuel L. Jackson 23:25-01:50 Hellboy II: The Golden Army (US action, 2008) Ron Perlman

23:25-00:30 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

17:00-18:00 NCIS 20:00-21:00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares US (US reality series, 2011) 23:50-00:50 How I Met Your Mother

06:55-08:35 Formula 1: Korean Grand Prix - Practice 17:00-18:00 Two Guys and a Girl 18:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-23:00 The Simpsons 23:00-01:25 Last Action Hero (US action, 1993) Arnold Schwarzenegger

06:55-08:15 Formula 1: Korean Grand Prix - Qualifying 19:00-21:00 Top Gear USA 21:00-00:55 King Kong (US rom, 2005) Naomi Watts

06:30-10:30 Formula 1: Korean Grand Prix 16:45-20:20 King Kong (US rom, 2005) Naomi Watts 20:20-22:00 Billy Madison (US com, 1995) Adam Sandler 22:00-05:35 NFL: San Francisco 49ers vs New York Giants

17:00-18:00 Two Guys and a Girl 18:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:00-21:05 TopGear 21:05-23:05 American Pie 4: Band Camp (US com, 2005) 23:05-00:55 Police Academy 2 (US com, 1985) Steve Guttenberg

17:00-18:00 Two Guys and a Girl 18:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:00-21:05 Top Gear 21:05-23:10 American Pie 5: The Naked Mile (US com, 2006) 23:10-00:50 Police Academy 3 (US com, 1986) Bubba Smith

17:00-18:00 Two Guys and a Girl 18:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:00-21:05 Top Gear 21:05-23:00 American Pie 6: The Book of Love (US com, 2009) 23:00-00:40 Police Academy 4 (US com, 1987) Michael Winslow

17:00-18:00 Two Guys and a Girl 18:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:00-21:00 Top Gear 21:00-23:50 Public Enemies (US crime, 2009) Johnny Depp 23:50-01:40 Top Gear

16:55-17:50 Grey’s Anatomy 17:50-18:45 Private Practice 18:45-19:45 Ghost Whisperer 19:45-21:00 Small Teen Turns 18 (UK doc) 21:00-21:30 Secrets of Aspen (US doc-soap) 21:30-23:15 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (US com, 2004)

19:50-21:00 I Hate Mum (UK doc, 2009) 21:00-22:00 What’s Eating You (US doc) 22:00-23:45 Smother (US romcom, 2007) Diane Keaton

17:05-18:00 Private Practice 18:00-19:00 Grey’s Anatomy 23:25-00:25 Biggest Loser (US reality show)

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

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Ghost Whisperer 23:00-23:55 Grey’s Anatomy 23:55-00:50 Private Practice

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Ghost Whisperer 21:00-22:00 Big Fat Gypsy Weddings 2 22:00-23:15 Glamour Model - Mum, Baby and Me (UK doc)

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Ghost Whisperer 21:25-22:25 Scouted (US doc series) 22:25-23:20 Pretty Little Liars (US drama series, 2010) 23:20-00:10 Grey’s Anatomy

17:00-19:00 Ghost Whisperer 21:30-01:10 Pearl Harbor (US drama, 2001) Ben Affleck

18:00-19:00 Numb3rs 19:00-20:00 Alt for Danmark 20:00-21:45 Shrek (US animation, 2001) Mike Myers 21:45-00:10 King Arthur (US action, 2004) Clive Owen

19:00-20:00 Alt for Danmark 22:00-22:55 CSI 22:55-23:50 Criminal Minds

21:00-22:00 Alt for Danmark 22:50-00:40 Criminal Minds

20:00-21:00 CSI 21:00-22:40 Motherhood (US romcom, 2009) Uma Thurman 22:40-00:30 Criminal Minds

21:00-21:55 Criminal Minds 21:55-22:50 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 22:50-23:50 CSI 23:50-01:40 Criminal Minds

20:00-21:00 CSI 21:00-22:45 Surrogates (US scifi, 2009) Bruce Wilis 23:40-01:30 Criminal Minds

InOut, The Copenhagen Post's entertainment section Oct 12-18  

The Copenhagen Post's weekly guide to the region's best entertainment.

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