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InOut The CPH Post Entertainment Guide | 8 - 14 March 2013

Children not dwarves!







8 - 14 March 2013

See some Strindberg, Sweden’s Shakespeare The Stronger & Simoom Krudttønden, Serrdslevvej 2, Cph Ø; Sat 16:00 & 19:00; Tickets: 60kr, www.

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A LOT OF people really dislike Ben Elton, the writer of We Will Rock You, the Queen jukebox musical returning to Copenhagen for another run next week (see G3 for details). I remember on more than one occasion being told about how his parents were practically royalty and that he was a class traitor – yup, in Britain, some people take all that stuff a bit too seriously. It was only years later, probably when Wikipedia started and I could be arsed to look up stuff kids had told me in good faith, that I realised it was an urban myth. That and Seaman Staines and Master Bates being in Captain Pugwash, although it did turn out to be true that some people can fellate themselves. Anyway, did I say writer? I meant splodger. Like here’s a Queen song, and here’s another: can you find a tenuous link to write some Jackson bollocks? Splodge! Sounds easy? Let’s see what I can do: “I want to break free’ from the land of the ‘Fat Bottomed Girls’, and all I want to do is ‘Bicycle’?”

Mmmh. But while they say you should stick to what you know, I can’t see the story of a Brit moving to Denmark on a breeding programme becoming a West End mainstay. I can picture Elton searching for ideas and somebody taunting him that he’d never get ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to work, however hard he tried … and the rest is history. Anyhow, while Elton has produced some drivel over the years – I particularly disliked his murder mystery book set in a Big Brother house, Dead Famous, in which almost every single character was based on contestants who had appeared in the UK version of the show – he has to be given credit for his work on the Blackadder series. If you’ve never noticed this before, the first Blackadder is dire, and it was only when Elton, with his numerous metaphor jokes (sample: “Your brain is as full as a eunuch’s underpants”), came on board that it started hitting the heights. Elsewhere this week, there’s barely anything – why else do you think we’ve got a picture of Barda, the children’s TV roleplaying series, on our front cover, to draw your attention to a 70-word listing that has doesn’t actually have any connection to the DR Ramasjang show? Ditto an entire editorial about Ben Elton.

WHO EXACTLY was Swedish playwright Johan August Strindberg? Edvard Munch’s portrait of him (1892) depicts a man with a striking, stern expression and a clenchedfist pose. Richard Bergh’s painting of him (1905) reveals a more whimsical character staring off into the distance with one hand reaching inside his jacket. Strindberg, a painter himself, captured stormy, expressionist seascapes on canvas, which demonstrate his willingness to experiment with modern trends of the time. We can try analysing all sorts of two-dimensional works to discover who he truly was – but let’s be honest. The most effective way to understand the multifaceted Strindberg is to witness one (or two) of his plays. Born in 1849, Strindberg was a prolific writer with a flair for the dramatic. His career spanned four decades, during which time he wrote over 60 plays and more than 30 works of fiction, which have gone on to influence countless playwrights and authors, including the American realist dramatists of the mid to late 20th century. Eugene O’Neill himself, the heavyweight of them all, wrote in 1924 that “Strindberg was the precursor of all modernity in our present theatre,” and that “Strindberg still remains among the most modern of moderns, the greatest interpreter in the theatre of the characteristic spiritual conflicts which constitute the drama – the blood! – of our lives today.” David Mamet, Edward Albee and Tennessee Williams are just three of many playwrights who would agree with O’Neill’s assertion. “Strindberg knew and suffered with our struggle years before many of us were born,” continued O’Neill. “All that is enduring in what we loosely call ‘expressionism’ – all that is artistically valid and sound theatre – can be clearly traced back to his plays.” Etzel Cardeña, the current director of the International Theatre of Malmö (ITM), is another of his admirers. “Strindberg did not flinch at depicting human foibles, his and others, and throw interesting characters into extreme situations, which he took as far as his knowledge of the human condition and his imagination allowed him,” he said. “Authors who write mostly about the day’s popular and fashionable views are swept away by the overcoming of that shal-

Performance The Devils of Loudun

Store Scene, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; ends March 26, performances at 20:00 (unless stated) on Wed, March 5, March 12, March 19, March 24 (15:00), March 26; tickets 125-895kr; 120 mins without intermission; English with Danish subs Krzysztof Penderecki, best known for writing creepy atmospheric music for films like The Exorcist and The Shining, wrote this eerie opera as a protest against the repression of the Poles during the communist era. Based on Aldous Huxley’s novel, Penderecki swaps communism fervour for 17th century religious fanaticism, telling the story of a priest accused of violating several nuns. Arranged by the KGL’s former artistic director Keith Warner, it is a sinister, unforgettable opera. BH

Mrs X and Miss Y have ten minutes in which to figure out their next Scrabble move

low cultural wave by another; authors like Strindberg who seek to go to the depths are less affected even if our cultural mores change.” In commemoration of 100 years since his death, ITM is presenting two chamber plays by Strindberg, The Stronger and Simoom, in English. The Stronger is a ten-minute play that consists of only one scene with two female characters: Mrs X and Miss Y. It has no action, no plot development, and only one of the two characters on stage speaks. The premise is simple: two actresses run into each other in a restaurant on Christmas Eve. One is married and has been out shopping for Christmas presents for her family, and the other is unmarried and is alone in the restaurant reading magazines and drinking. Strindberg illustrates the duality of the role women play in society, shedding light on the stereotypical but nevertheless very real contrast between women as individuals and as mothers and wives. Though short, The Stronger is a powerful snapshot of life that one can ponder for hours after. Simoom, a lesser-known one-act play, will transport you to the French-colonised Algerian desert where a French legionnaire and an Arab woman perform a battle of wills. Simoom, which in Arabic means the hot, dry wind that blows across the Sahara towards the Middle East, explores the power of hypnosis and the idea of false or created memories. The Stronger and Simoom are short plays with a lasting impact. “Strindberg is a wonderful choice in this regard because he wrote a number of short one-act plays with the intent of providing an intense

... and it ends TWICE

Store Carl, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; ends Sat, performances Fri 20:00, Sat 17:00 & 20:00; tickets: 130kr, concessions 60kr; The show ...and it ends TWICE consists of two pieces, TØRST by Tina Tarpgaard and MENTE by Nelson RodriguesSmith, which seek to explore our physical and mental existences respectively. TØRST tackles the physical tension that is created between people when faced with a demanding situation; every movement of the other person is monitored closely and a seemingly innocent look can spark a fight. While MENTE explores the opposite end of the pole: a world where reality and subconsciousness merge and create a hazy, dreamlike state. LD


Has the legionnaire met his match?

but not lengthy theatrical experience,” enthuses Cardeña who explains why, out of all of Strinberg’s works, he chose these two plays. “I had done a staged reading of Simoom in the USA after realising that this play’s driving intensity deserves to be far better known than has so far been the case,” he reveals. “It is mysterious, at times scary, but always ultimately based on strong emotional experiences. The Stronger is a more famous play but typically done as a ‘time piece’, even though I believe that with very minor adjustments, the ‘conversation’ between these two actresses could happen today in the coffee house just behind Dramaten in Stockholm, or in Copenhagen.”

Store Scene, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; ends March 20, performances Sun 15:00, Wed 19:30, Mar 11 (19:30), Mar 14 (19:30), Mar 20 (19:30); tickets: 125-895kr, www.kglteater. dk, 3369 6969; 225 mins with intermission; sung in French with Danish supertitles This particular production of Carmen by Scottish director David McVicar premiered at the Royal Danish Theatre three years ago and now it’s back to lift your spirits during the dull, dreary winter. Georges Bizet’s classic opera is full of steamy Spanish passion, eroticism, raucous stage scenes and familiar songs that will have you swaying on your haunches. CS


Shakespeare’s Women

Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, Cph Ø; ends March 23, performances Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat 17:00; How did Shakespeare come to write his ‘last play’, The Two Noble Kinsmen. This is the mystery Barry McKenna and Ian Burns clarify in Shakespeare’s Women. Set in 1613, days after the fire that destroyed the Globe Theatre. Shakespeare is adapting Chaucer’s The Knight’s Tale, turning to his previous female creations for inspiration, but he is burnt out. “Records of Shakespeare’s life are hard to come by and we thought it would be fun to try and put ourselves in his shoes,” writes Burns, who himself will be playing Shakespeare. The production plays on memory and imagination as the Bard is haunted by visions of his most popular female characters. AA



8 - 14 March 2013 We Will Rock You

Forum, Julius Thomsens Plads 1, Frederiksberg; starts Tue, ends March 16; performances Tue-Thu 20:00, March 15 at 16:30 & 21:00, March 16 at 15:30 & 20:00; tickets: 425-545kr,; JUKEBOX musicals have been around for quite a while, and their recent resurgence in popularity probably has a lot to do with the success of the ABBA-fuelled musical Mama Mia. We Will Rock You tortuously twists the songs of Queen into an effervescent musical that is now in its eleventh year in London’s West End, selling more than 15 million tickets worldwide. An arena tour of the production is returning after two years to the Forum Copenhagen for five nights of a right royal knees-up. Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor originally got together with author and stand-up comedian Ben Elton to create the show. Ben Elton has cobbled together a Frankenstein’s monster of a storyline, rich in self-irony and oneliners – but it is without a doubt the instantly recognisable Queen songs that have packed out theatres for more than 3,500 shows. The plot? Well, we are in an Orwellian future, where globalisation has reached its inevitable conclusion. All music is computer-

Loona Nights


Foyer of Dansehallerne, Pasteursvej 20, Cph V; Fri 21:30; free adm; duration 90 mins Loona Nights presents a series of experimenting performers who will be allowed ten minutes of stage fame. You will be a test audience for the performers, who will welcome any critique, advice or general feedback. Be prepared for anything as they have no rules or limitations. So if you have nothing better to do this Friday, then grab your mother, partner or even a long-lost friend, as chatting is allowed during the shows, and help these up-and-coming performers deliver a fun evening. SN

Jeg ved hvor din hus den bor

Lille Scene, Skuespilhuset, Sankt Annæ Plads 36, Cph K; ends March 12, performances Thu 10:00 & 12:00; tickets: 100kr; duration 50 mins; In this ballet, the bizarrelytitled Jeg ved hvor din hus den bor (I know where your house it lives), the trio Åben Dans honours people who are permanently held back by metaphorical walls of fear. This powerful message is performed in a world with walls of brown moving boxes that are constantly being shifted, rebuilt and torn down. SN

generated and consists solely of boy and girl bands. The Global Soft corporation controls the music industry and hits are planned years ahead. Sounds familiar? It’s basically a Simon Cowell XF scenario of nightmarish proportions: a world in which musical instruments are forbidden. A small band of rebels who want to break free, the Bohemians, are waiting underground for the restrumming of the lost chords: a day prophesised as The Rhapsody. According to legend, the axe of a mighty, longhaired guitar god will one day be rediscovered. Cue our hero: Galileo Figaro, a rebel who, with the aptly named Scaramouche, sets off on the quest for the holy grail. They head to the only place the axe could be: Wembley Stadium! The plot may sound slightly bonkers, but once you have accepted that this storyline is firmly tongue-incheek, then you can sit back and enjoy the ride. At a very early stage in the planning, Elton decided that this was in no way to be a biography of the flamboyant Freddie Mercury, but it is impossible to listen to the music of Queen without being touched by his presence. As regards the plot, Elton makes no claims to weightiness: “Fitting the songs in was not a problem once I’d had the idea of a mock legend – where instead of a sword buried in rock waiting for a hero to save the world, there was a guitar.” But imagine the day after the

Exhibitions Anna Sørensen


Galleri Tom Christoffersen, Skindergade 5, Cph K; starts March 8, ends April 1; open Wed-Fri 12:00-28:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; Painter Anna Sørensen focuses on colourful patterns and abstract forms. She presents new works in this solo exhibition. BF

Julie Nord

V1 Gallery, Flæsketorvet 69-71, Cph V; ends March 27; open Wed-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Danish artist Julie Nord presents new work in this solo exhibition. Nord works with figures in her illustrative paintings and drawings. BF

Suburban Life: Photography as painting

Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Gothersgade 49, Cph K; ends March 23; open Tue-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; Stig Brøgger is accomplished in diverse media from painting to photography and is influenced by both Pop Art and minimalism in his art work. BF

first show back in 2002, when hostile reviewers put Elton under pressure and had a field day with comments like “a trite and tacky storyline”, “pantomime has arrived a little early in the West End, in the shape of this shallow, stupid and totally vacuous new musical,” and “far from being guaranteed to blow your mind, We Will Rock You is guaranteed to bore you rigid.” Kevin O’Sullivan from the Daily Mirror even went as far as saying that “Ben Elton should be shot for this risible story.” A decade later, the two hour and 40-minute show didn’t bite the dust, and it seems as if Elton has indeed created a kind of magic. The show is still hugely popular and it seems that sometimes all an audience wants to do is have a good old-fashioned fun night out. Forget the lack of a coherent storyline, forgive the one-liners, innuendo and absurd character names, because the essence of this production is the music. It is quite simply a loud and colourful appreciation of the music created by a legendary band, not a criticallyacclaimed example of high art. Thirty-one of Queen’s most wellknown tracks are brought back to life for highly appreciative and vocal audiences. The undeniably partisan atmosphere is completed at the end of the night when the rhetorical question flashes up on the giant screens: ‘Do you want Bohemian Rhapsody?’ In a theatre jam-packed with Queen fans, the



Marianne Friis Gallery, Prags Boulevard 49, Back Yard, C p h S; starts March 9, ends April 20; open Wed-Fri 11:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Thomas Lindvig works with material and form. His work might begin as an investigation of painting, but could end up as a minimalist sculpture when presented in the gallery. BF

Spring Exhibition

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Nyhavn 2, Cph K; ends May 12; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed 11:00-20:00; Tickets: 60kr, under-16s: free adm; This exhibition has been held annually since 1857. It presents a juried selection of emerging artists from Denmark and other European countries. BF

Des Asmussen-100 Year Jubilee

The Black Diamond, Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; ends May 11; open Mon-Sat 09:00-19:00; The estate of the celebrated Danish cartoonist Des Asmussen presents a retrospective of his drawings. BF

Pop Art Design

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gl. Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends June 9; open Tues-Fri 11:00-22:00; Sat-Sun 11:00-18:00; adults: 95kr, students: 85kr, under-18s: free adm; Presenting 150 classic art works by well-known Pop Art artists. BF

It’s all a bit Ga Ga: nobody, not even Ben Elton, knows what the hell’s going on

answer is understandably roared back in the affirmative. So the show must go on for at least one number. The Danish shows feature the vocal talents of Mig Ayesa as Galileo, Lauren Samuels as Scaramouche, Rob Castell as Pop, for-

mer X Factor songstress Lucie Jones as Meat, Rolan Bell as Britney and Jenna Lee-James as Killer Queen, who all know how to play the game. It´s a show for all generations, so there’s no need to tie your mother down, and as ‘We are the Champions’ has long been

Det som er, og det som kunne være

Lögner om måleri (Lies about painting)


BKS Garage Billedkunstskolerne, Ny Carlsberg Vej 68, Cph V; starts March 9, ends March 30; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; Artists Birk Bjørlo and Tyra Tingleff present new work in Det som er, og det som kunne være (What is, and what could be). This exhibition space is part of the Danish Royal Art Academy and focuses on the work of emerging artists. BF

Marianne Krumbach

Officinet, Danske Kunsthåndværkere, Bredgade 66, Cph K; ends March 10; open Tue-Sun 12:00-16:00; Accomplished ceramic artist Marriane Krumbach works with traditional decorative forms by distorting and abstracting them in this solo exhibition. BF


SOD Space of Drawings, Holbergsgade 17C, Cph K; ends March 30; Tue-Fri 12:0018:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; www. Zven Balslev presents new drawings. Balslev’s signature style is a mixture of the humorous and the grotesque, and it is inspired by the aesthetics of comic books. BF


Moderna Museet, Gasverksgatan 22, Malmö; started Feb 16, ends April 14; open TueSun 11:00-18:00; Tickets: 70kr, under-18s free adm; www. This survey exhibition explores the question: is painting still a credible artistic practice in today’s art world? It presents the work of Swedish and international contemporary artists making progressive paintings. BF

Noget gammelt, noget nyt, noget lånt

Marianne Friis Gallery, Prags Boulevard 49, Back Yard, Cph S; ends March 9; open Wed-Fri 11:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; This group exhibition brings together artists under the theme of something old, something new, and something borrowed. BF

Human Silver Halo

Medical Museion, Bredgade 62, Cph K; ends May 26; open Wed-Fri, Sun 12:00-16:00; Tickets: 50kr, under-16s: 30kr; Artist Andrea Jespersen responds to the architecture and archives at the University of Copenhagen’s Medical Museum via photographs, videos, drawings, and sculptures. BF


Dronning Louises Bro, Cph N; ends Sep; open Mon-Sun 07:0022:00; Væggen (The Wall) shows archival pictures from Copenhagen’s history. BF

the unofficial national anthem of Denmark, you can expect a livelier than usual audience over the five nights. We Will Rock You is a jukebox musical that even the guys should have no shame in enjoying! PETE STREADER

5 Solo


Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Oslo Plads 1, Cph Ø ; started March 2, ends March 31; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Thurs 12:00-21:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00; Tickets: 45kr, concessions: 25kr, under-12s free adm; Trying out a new exhibition format, Den Frie presents five artists at the same time, but in solo exhibitions throughout their sizeable art hall. The five artists are Jette Gejl/Bjorn Godwin, Mette Gitz Johansen, Eva Koch, Michael Mørk and Nicolai Howalt. BF

Drachmannkroen 100 År

Møstings Hus, Andebakkesti 5, Fredriksberg; ends March 17; open Tue-Sun 11:00-16:00, Wed 11:00-19:00; This exhibition presents paintings by Aksel Jørgensen (18831957) from the historic Drachmann Inn and Tavern. BF

Jesper Dyrehauge: Medium Large

Overgaden, Neden Vandet 17, Cph K; ends April 7; open TueSun 13:00-17:00, Thurs 13:0020:00; Jesper Dyrehauge presents a new series of paintings exploring the limits of the medium. BF


Story sucks but it still rocks




Inout | The cph post entertainment guide Leigh Ledare, et al.

Danh Vo: We the People

Denmark’s Design Museum, Bredgade 68, Cph K; ends March 13; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed until 21:00; tickets: 75kr, under-18s free adm; With over 400 LP covers, this exhibition explores the stylish visual culture of classic album covers. BF

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Nyhavn 2, Cph K; ends May 12; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Weds 11:00-20:00; tickets: 60kr, under-16s free adm; New York-based artist Leigh Ledare explores intimate familial relationships and broken social taboos – specifically a complicated and often highly sexualised mother and son relationship. BF

Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; ends June; 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

French masterpieces

Karin Ohlsen: + - 1003


8 - 14 March 2013 Blomsten og Cigaren. Modernisme fra ARoS

Images of Maternity

Daniel Van der Noon: Selected Storeys

Ordrupgaard, Vilvordevej 110, Charlottenlund; ends June 9 A photo exhibition featuring new work by Danish expressionist photographer Suste Bonnén that captures the first moments of life from the maternity wards of Rigshospitalet. Bonnén’s work is being shown in the same space as an exhibition dedicated to French-American impressionist Mary Cassatt – her first ever solo exhibition in Denmark.

Galleri Jules Julian, Palægade 7, Cph K; ends March 9; open Tue-Fri 12:00-20:00, Sat 11:00-14:00; 3331 1067; www. Daniel Van der Noon’s trademark is soaring skyscrapers, lively illustrations and his signature window drawings – urban horizons portrayed across glass surfaces. JH

Album Covers: Vinyl Revival

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Dantes Plads 7, Cph V; ends April 30; open Tue-Sun 11:0017:00; Entry 75kr; 3341 8141; This array of French masterpieces will take you on a journey from 1850 to the 1900s. LD

The Room

Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Flæsketorvet 85A, Cph V; ends March 16, open Tue-Fri 13:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Dutch artist Marcel van Eeden creates fictional narratives that run through his black and white drawings in an almost comic book-style format. BF

My Elementary School Class, Based on my Memory

Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Ny Carlsbergvej 68, Cph V; ends March 16; open Tue-Fri 12:0017:00, Sat 12:00-15:00; www. Land’s work focuses on childhood, seen from a melancholy rather than joyful perspective. BF

Itinerant sends for Itinerant

Borups Allé 31, Cph N; ends March 10; open after appointment, This group exhibition is about “silenced memories and secreted histories”. BF

Galerie Pi, Borgergade 15D, Cph K; ends March 9; open Tue-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-14:00; www.galeriepi. dk Karin Ohlsen creates abstractions of landscapes in her artwork. Based in Germany, the painter will present new works in her solo exhibition. BF


Martin Asbæk Gallery, Bredgade 23, Cph K; ends March 9; open Tue-Fri 11:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; In connection with the video festival, this exhibition includes Niels Bonde, Jesper Carlsen, Astrid Kruse Jensen, Pernille Rose Grønkjær, Matt Saunders, and Lisa Strömbeck.BF

Danish/International Art after 1900

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

RIP Image

Moderna Museet Malmö, Gasverksgatan 22, Malmö; ends April 14; open Tue-Sun 11:00-18:00; Tickets: 70kr, under-18s free adm; www. Iranian-American artist Tala Madani works with humour to address politics and power in her artwork. BF


Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; ends March 17; open Tue-Sun 10:0017:00, Wed 10:00-22:00, Mon closed; Admission: adults 55kr, concessions 45kr, under18s free adm; Consisting of about 80 drawings, paintings and graphic illustrations, the exhibition highlights the meaning and importance of details in art. KLH

List of Influences

Antechamber - Project Space for Drawing and Other Research, Strandlodsvej 9F, Cph S; ends March 23; open Wed-Sat 12:00-17:00, www. Hilda Ekeroth works with installation and drawing. BF

Thorbjørn Bechmann and Sofie Thorsen: IG 383 and The Play Sculptures

Overgaden, Neden Vandet 17, Cph K; ends April 7; open TueSun 13:00-17:00, Thurs 13:0020:00; Thorbjørn Bechmann and Sofie Thorsen present a mutual investigation of the implications of the Modernist 20th century architectural design of public space. BF

Kunstforeningen Gl Strand, Gammel Strand 48, Cph K; ends May 12; open Tue-Sun 11:00-17:00, Wed-Thu 11:0020:00; Tickets: 60kr, under-16s: free adm; Curated by Dr Phil Lennart Gottlieb, this exhibition collects paintings from the Danish Modernist period. BF

Mustafa Mulaka

Galerie Mikael Andersen, Bredgade 63, Cph K; ends March 16; open Tues-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-15:00; Mustafa Mulaka shows new works in this solo exhibition. The painter, who was born in South Africa, now makes his home in Finland and exhibits art internationally. BF

Myths of Impunity

Flensborggade 57, Cph V; ends March 10; open after appointment; This is the inaugural exhibition of a year-long series by the expat artists group Velkommen! Du kan gå nu, which is curated by Joshua Mittleman. This exhibition features the work of American artist Guston Sondin-Kong. BF

Kottie Paloma: Post Punk Domestication

MOHS Exhibit, Sønder Boulevard 98, Cph V; ends March 9; open Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 13:0016:00; Kottie Paloma makes paintings and drawings that mutate from cartoons to abstractions. BF

Denmark by Design

The Danish Design Centre, HC Andersens Boulevard 27, Cph V; ends May 12; open Mon-Fri 10:00-17:00, Wed 10.00-21.00; www.ddc. dk This exhibition shows the development of Danish design from 1945-2010. CP

Treasures in the Royal Library

The Black Diamond, Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; ends 2015; Gutenberg’s bible, the notes of philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, the diaries of fairy tale author Hans Christian Andersen and a wide range of other invaluable cultural treasures have been immersed into a pop art jungle by Russian artist Andrey Bartenev. MAR

The Clam Box : Come back to pleasure

Gl Holtegaard, Attemosevej 170, Holte; ends March 17; open Tue-Fri 11:00-16:00, Sat-Sun 11:00-17:00; tickets: 60kr, under-16s: free adm; The latest piece by the artist duo, Rand & Katrine, features a giant takeaway box lined with clams. BF

The Big Scene

Gl Holtegaard, Attemosevej 170, Holte; ends March 17; open Tue-Fri 11:00-16:00, Sat-Sun 11:00-17:00; Tickets: 60kr, under-16s: free adm; Swedish filmmaker Tova Mozard will be showing her film, The Big Scene (2010). Mozard’s work is autobiographical in theme, and this film features her mother and grandmother in discussion. BF

Tara Donavan

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gl. Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; ends May 20; open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00; Sat-Sun 11:0018:00; adult tickets: 95kr, students: 85kr, under-18s: free adm; American artist Tara Donavan finds beauty in everyday materials, using them to create larger organic forms. BF

Illo, Rudvaska and Macho

Cisternerne Museet for Moderne Glaskunst, Søndermarken, Frederiksberg; ends Nov 30; open Thu-Fri 14:0018:00; Sat-Sun 11:00-17:00; Tickets: 50kr, under-14s: free adm; Patril Illo, Zuzana Rudavská, and Palo Macho show their glass sculptures at this underground exhibition space, which is a former water reservoir where the city stored water. BF

Forests − in your pocket

Round Tower, Købmagergade 52A, Cph K; ends March 10; open Mon-Sun 11:00-17:00; Tickets: 25kr, under-15s: 5kr; Biologist and photographer Inger Kærgaard has taken hundreds of photographs of forests from Indonesia to Poland, which are are exhibited alongside interactive installations like the ‘forest cave’ and ‘wood products in your everyday life’. BF

All4children and Center of Development and Culture in celebration of this year’s International Women day present By Women of Africa. Come and experience a taste of Zimbabwean art for the first time in Denmark!!

We will be running a series of events from Wednesday 6 March 2013 through to Sunday 10 March 2013 as follows; 1. Kulturcenter, Wednesday 6 March 2013 at: 18:30 – 21:30Drejervej 15-17, 2400 NV 2. CHRISTA´S fine Tribal & Modern Art Gallery, Thursday 7 March 2013 at 17:30 – 20:00Bredgade 36, 1260 København K 3. TRANQUEBAR, Friday 8 March 2013 at 19:00 – 22:00 Borgergade 14, 1300 København K 4. Søvpavillionen, Saturday 9 March 2013 at 21:00 – 03:00 Gyldenløvesgade 24 DK-1369 København K

The project is promoting these 4 female artists; Prudence Katomene - Amazing jazz/soul voice Kudzai Sevenzo - An extremely talented singer and songwriter. Mercy Moyo – Very success contemporary painter Nonhlanhla Mathe-) Best Batik painter in Zimbabwe at the moment

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Inout | The cph post entertainment guide

8 - 14 March 2013

press photo Nikolaj Møller



Who’s that in the basement? My son: he’s going to be a star! Vinnie Who

Lille Vega, Enghavevej 40, Cph V Thu 21:00 150kr,


enmark’s electric-pop sensation Vinnie Who is back with dance moves better than ever! According to the promotional material on Vegaøs website, their new album Midnight Special, with its nostalgic disco grooves, “is even better than the first album”. That’s some claim! Of course, the lead singer Niels Bagge didn’t become a star overnight.

After completing his upper-secondary education, the then 20-year-old took his first synthesiser and Macbook to his parent’s basement and began working towards his two-year goal to release an album and perform at Roskilde Festival. Although the young Bagge had no connections in the music business, he was in no doubt of his future success. “I decided to bet everything on it: to just sit down every day and write songs and to continually improve,” he told Politiken. “I made the agreement with my father, so he understood that I was serious. It meant I could get up every morning, go to the mirror and

look myself in the eye and ask myself: What are you doing today? You should write songs! Do not sit and play ‘Counter Strike’ on your computer or something else.” His intensive music making set the foundation for his career, and in the end it took considerably less than two years for the introverted Bagge to transform himself into the outgoing disco prince we know today. The now 25-year-old singer is uniquely defined by his falsetto vocals and nostalgic disco-pop. Channelling early 1980s Michael Jackson and Prince, he often sports a black punk-do, high-waisted white jeans

and killer dance moves that are nothing short of dapper. Bagge clearly holds Jackson in high esteem. “Obviously nobody can perform like him,” explained Bagge to Politiken. “But what the hell ... he is brilliant, so you might as well steal some of his tricks!” The princes of pop aren’t his only inspiration. As a member of the rock crowd during his school days, he found it embarrassing to listen to pop music. He was particularly into Radiohead and Britpop. “I love music that is sexy, lost, naive, self-confident, warm, cool, electronic and organic at the same time,”

he told GAFFA magazine. “Paradoxes are my favourite.” However, Bagge would be nothing without the eight-piece band that completes Vinne Who. “I wouldn’t like to rely completely on myself, and that’s how it should be,” he told GAFFA. “If you get too confident, you could become like R Kelly!” Taking into consideration all of their recent acclaim, it’s no doubt that Vinnie Who will win over the crowd at their sold-out show at Lille Vega. Check internet forums for tickets. Ashley Wolfgang


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Reptile Youth

Lille Vega; 22:00; 150kr This Danish duo sound like a lighter alternative to the synthpounding Justice. They made their debut on the Scandinavian circuit with ‘Speeddance’: a catchy anthem harkening to LCD Soundsystem, which caught the eye (or ears, rather) of Mark Ralph (Hot Chip) and Dave M Allen (The Cure), who became the producers of their debut album. The release of their first record has been lauded by the likes of Vice Magazine and Soundvenue: the exact media the band need to get a solid footing here with Scandinavian night crawlers. Expect tickets to sell out as the night draws nearer.

Kaizers Orchestra

Store Vega; 20:00; 465kr Formed in the late ‘90s, the collective strived to inventively oppose the current wave of pop music that was spreading across northern Europe. The orchestral influence on the band’s music is palpable – as their name would lead you to suggest. Drawing inspiration from innumerable musical traditions to create voraciously upbeat songs – most notably Balkan music – the sextet have matured to become one of Norway’s most successful bands in rock history. Understanding Norwegian, although helpful, is not required to appreciate their wildly original take on alternative rock.

Iggy Azalea

Lille Vega; 20:00; 175kr Lil’ Wayne may need more time to prepare for an expectant Danish crowd (his show has been moved from this Wednesday to October 26), but Iggy Azalea and her brand of electronic hip-hop are ready to dazzle at Lille Vega this weekend. Explicit and edgy lyrics are her game, with pointed attention paid to the (often) poor messages sent by male rappers. The Australian wants “to make people question and redefine old ideals”. Her music is layered, interesting and witty. Be sure to snap these tickets up quickly.

Niels Lan Doky Danish Trio

CPH Jazzhouse, Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10, Cph K; 20:00; 270kr This evening’s all-Danish trio is made up of Doky (piano), Jonathan Bremer (bass) and Niclas Bardeleben (drums). Doky – the co-founder of Montmartre – only returned to Denmark last year after a 29-year stint in various jazz scenes abroad, the influence of which is evident in its own musical style. Hailed as one of “the best pianists of his generation” by acclaimed Japanese jazz magazine Swing Journal, Doky’s group of admirers has no shortage of Danish supporters. If you’re on the look out for a decent jazz showcase, look no further.

As cataclysmic and cathartic as it ever gets Crystal Castles


March 2 Store Vega


here are some concert experiences that one remembers for months after they are over, and there are a select few that one will remember for many years. Crystal Castles’ show at Store Vega on Saturday night was of the latter category: a seismic, purely cathartic experience that will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone who attended the show. Toronto duo Ethan Kath and the extraordinary Alice Glass have made quite a name for themselves over the last few years with their wild live shows and blend of experimental electronica cast in a melancholic, contemplative frame. The fact that they’ve toured with Nine Inch Nails, a band renowned for their chaotic concerts, is a

Falconer Salen, Falkoner Allé 8, Frederiksberg; 20:00; 270-320kr This Danish-Irish folk singer is following in the footsteps of his father, who also performed as a folk singer. Signed to Copenhagen Records, Graham’s summery ballads have led to widespread popularity in his native Denmark and have begun to crop up on both sides of the Atlantic. Famous for making teenage girls swoon with sappy lyrics about budding relationships, romantic gestures and walks in the park, his shows often sell out. For those who’ve never heard of him, he will be singing in English.


testament to the band’s party potential. The pair came on stage rather late, to a crazed crowd who were there for the exclusive reason of bringing down the Store Vega roof. Two songs in and Alice Glass was soaring on the tips of outstretched hands all the way in the middle of the sea of people at the venue, a screaming child drowned in a maze of strobe light chaos, flanked by twist- Like a tropical storm, the concert exploded into life and finished abruptly ed experimental beats. While who pounded the stuffing out show provided. I could barely most shows usually start off of his percussion kit at the back hear myself think in the swirlslowly before reaching a climax, of a stage ablaze with fluores- ing vortex of the performance: Saturday’s performance began cent flashing shades from the a spinning concoction of chaos with a cataclysmic storm that strobe lights. that took the crowd on a joursimply had to gear down soon Much like a tropical storm, ney of epic proportions. Crysafter the onset, if for no other the torrent was over as soon as tal Castles are one of the names reason than for Glass to catch it started, as the show grounded to watch out for at Roskilde her breath. Songs such as the to an abrupt halt with no time this summer, and if Saturday’s dreamy ‘Celestica’ and signa- for an encore (nor any need for show is anything to go by, their ture hit ‘Not in Love’ kept the one). It’s seldom that one expe- show will surely be a memoracrowd on their toes, as did the riences a cathartic transforma- ble experience. addition of a manic drummer tion of the sort that Saturday’s Allan Mutuku-Kortbæk



Lukas Graham

Rebel Times – Business Unusual; Release & Reception

ArtRebels HQ, Nørre Voldgade 18 Cph K; Fri 17:00; free adm If you’re interested in an early night of complimentary drinks and rubbing shoulders with Copenhagen’s art crowd, this one is for you. Celebrating the release of the new creative business magazine, Art Rebels – the brains behind the annual Trailer Park Music Festival – will be hosting a release party equipped with a DJ in their new headquarters. Keep your eyes peeled for gallery openings and magazine releases; they’re always a good appetiser for the night ahead.

Frogacult – Messy Mass @ Kb18

KB18, Kødboderne 18, Cph V, Fri 21:00; 50kr Like every weekend, KB18 has a strong live music line-up. Prepare yourself for a night of loud rock ‘n’ roll when Odyssey vs John & The Uzis join forces and set out to make it a night to remember.

Sleep Party People

Winding Road Recording Studios, Brofogedvej 10, Cph NV; 21:45; 445-645kr Fronted by Copenhagen-based artist Brian Batz and members of Copenhagen’s now-established alternative outfit Cody, Sleep Party People are one of Denmark’s most exciting electro prospects. Their dark, melancholic and hypnotic slant on electronic music produces original results remiscient of a subdued Animal Collective. The group’s live performances are almost as dreamy as the music itself, with the zany band-members donning bunny masks. This performance will also feature a meetand-greet session, free bar and a few bites – hence the VIP prices. Daniel van der Noon

Have A Ball

Basement, Enghavevej 42, Cph V; Sat 23:00; 50kr Presented by party organisers and small-time venue Play31, tonight’s event is primarily a fundraiser to bring former war-torn villages in Sierra Leone together through football. With cheap drinks behind the bar, a bunch of DJs plucked from venues around town (including Kim Kemi & A Boy Named Sue from Jolene’s, Mads Schmidt & Morten Bruhn from Dunkel and Brynjolfur of Eskimo Recordings) and a noble cause behind all the fun and games, there’s plenty of reason to make your way to Basement this evening.

Girls Who Like Girls

Block 66, Bygning 66, Cph V; Sat 23:00; free adm Those in search of a girl’s night out need look no further. Celebrating their second birthday party, Harem Electric presents Girls Who Like Girls, which promises a packed dancefloor, cheap bar, and ‘sexy line-up’ – including sets by Rita Blue, Kristy Crowley and Ashibah & Bronx. If you’re intrigued by this one, further details are available on Facebook. Aviaja Bebe Nielsen




Events Pulsar Festival Various venues in Cph K & Frederiksberg; ends Thu; free adm at all concerts; Organised by the Royal Danish Academy of Music, the Pulsar Festival gives up-and-coming composers the opportunity to present their work for the first time. All the concerts are free of charge. Gæstespil: Storstrøms Kammerensemble Studiescenen, Rosenørns Allé 22, Frederiksberg; Tue 19:30 Eva Rotenberg is inspired by glass, metal and wood, and the result may be heard in her Glass, metal and wood piece from 2011. Chamber music concert 1-2-4 St Petri Kirke, Sankt Peders Stræde 2, Cph K; Wed 17:00 Can rocks breathe? Composer Martin Stauning poses this question in Atmende Steine. Meanwhile, China’s Tan Tuan Hao has doubts in his Doubts and Gunnar Masson encourages the audience to lust after the strange sounds they hear in his piece Duplex. SGJ Free jazz Charlie Scott’s, Skindergade 43, Cph K; Tue & Thu 17:0020:30; Free Adm Jazz music every Tuesday and Thursday!

The Raveonettes THERE’S no place like home for The Raveonettes, a Danish indie-rock duo who are starting their big spring Nordic tour in Copenhagen. Evoking a simple West Coast sound is what Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo are all about, and their songs are carried through with wistful harmonies. Their latest album, Observator, was released this past September, and it is one part surf and one part edge. The songs’ simplicity is juxtaposed with a poignant electric guitar and paced beats that get you moving from side-to-side. Although the two have been playing music for over a decade, their music sounds as fresh as ever. Their opening band, the Danish trio So-So Echo, were hand-picked by The Raveonettes. According to Wagner, “their music hits a very special atmosphere that I relate very well to.” This double-feature of Danish music will be a great night at Store Vega, so be sure to pick up your tickets for this show on March 15 for 250kr at!

CPH Moda Outlet NEW Bella Center, Center Boulevard 5, Cph S; Fri 17:00-20:00 (VIP night), Sat & Sun 10:00-17:00; tickets: VIP/weekend pass: 110kr, VIP at the door: 150kr, Sat-Sun: 50kr, Sat & Sun 15:00-17:00 free adm, under-12s free adm with adult (two kids per adult), www.; 3252 8811, info@;, Spring has sprung, and your wardrobe probably needs a bit of a spring cleaning and sprucing. This weekend, make your way down to the ever-busy Bella Center for the Moda Outlet, a weekend-long clothes sale that brings together designers and private sellers to offer the public surplus pieces from past collections. Men, women and children will all benefit, with designers like Hummel, Tommy Hilfiger, French Connection and Urban Elk selling their highly-fashionable duds. It may be last season, but it’s cheap and chic. Take note: if you buy a ticket for Friday’s VIP opening, you’ll have access to all three days of fashion goodness! Don’t miss out! AS Harness Racing Charlottenlund Race Course, Traverbanevej 10, Charlottenlund; Wed 15:15; 20kr; No Ben Hur thrills and spills here, that’s for sure!

Shrek − The Musical SHREK the Musical has the perfect level of comedy and entertainment for the entire family to enjoy. Based on the new classic DreamWorks fairytale parody Shrek, this musical has been running for over five years now, starting with New York’s Broadway and making its way to London’s West End. The show has made its musical rights available for independent overseas theatres, giving them creative liberties otherwise unavailable to shows of this magnitude. Now, Forum Copenhagen will be running this family-friendly musical through April. A cast of more than 30 talented actors and a ten-man band will take you through the story of the lovable ogre and his sidekick, Donkey. Showings start on April 5 and run until April 30. Tickets are available for various times and go for 315-545kr on


Bruno Mars THIS IS another show you should get your hands on as soon as possible! Seemingly overnight, Bruno Mars has gone from being incessantly mocked for his hyperbolic love song ‘Grenade’ to being loved thanks to pop-tastic tunes reminiscent of the Jackson Five. Forum Copenhagen is jumping on the bandwagon, having added the young Hawaiian to its line-up on October 31. This past December, Mars released his newest album, Unorthodox Jukebox, and it has skyrocketed his career, helping him amass an impressive plethora of awards and singles, including the toe-tapping

favourite ‘Locked Out of Heaven’. With this newest album, Mars has also chosen to not stick with one genre and instead experiments with the piano-carried ballad ‘When I Was Your Man’, the disco fever blast-from-the-past ‘Treasure’, and the reggae-infused ‘Show Me’. Mars is a born crowd-pleaser, and this show is bound to have something for everyone. Don’t be locked out of Bruno Mars’s heaven − be sure to get your tickets soon! They go on sale on Friday and are 400-500kr via


Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds THESE GUYS are on fire − for their last show, tickets sold out within 17 minutes of going on sale. As such, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds have added another show in Copenhagen, giving you a second opportunity to see this Australian alt-rock group in the fall. Nick Cave has been the frontman since the group’s emergence in 1983, and he has ensured that they have maintained a very distinctive post-punk alternative sound. A prolific band, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds released their 15th album, Push the Sky Away, in mid-February, and it was highly lauded by music critics everywhere. The UK’s called Cave “the grand lord of gothic lushness”, and the album certainly has dark undertones in its tracks. Don’t miss out on this second chance! They’ll be at Falconer Salen on November 8, and tickets are going for 485kr on

Kaizers Orchestra IF YOU’RE looking for something a bit more left-of-centre, you want to see Kaizers Orchestra. Most groups coming out of Norway gain popularity by playing black metal, but these guys are one of the first Norwegian groups to sing in their native language and play a more unorthodox, unpredictable style of music. Kaizers Orchestra have a distinctive sound, using oil barrels, train whistles and triangles as integral instruments. The Norwegians have frequently performed away-from-home in Denmark. They performed at Roskilde in 2011 to a sold-out audience, and are regarded as one of the best live acts in all of Europe. A lively stage presence and an upbeat, bizarre sound are sure to make the energy coming from them at Store Vega palpable. The show is on March 10, and tickets are 270kr on




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Svalerne Flea Market NEW Nattergalevej 6, Cph NV; every Sat, 10:0015:00; free adm; www. They claim they’re Copenhagen’s coolest flea market; why don’t you check it out for yourself? Every Saturday, this market opens down a small street, unseen by passers-by and ripe for discovery. You’ll find everything you can imagine: vases, antiques, vintage clothes, books and just about anything else. Rest easy knowing what you’ve purchased is going to be donated to help impoverished women and children in Bangladesh and India. But remember to bring cash! They won’t accept credit cards. AS

Tchaikovsky & NEW Shostakovich Koncertsalen, Koncerthuset, Ørestads Boulevard 13, Cph S; Thu 19:30; tickets: 150-530kr,; www. In the mood for something dramatic? The classical music of Russia might be exactly what you’re looking for. Join the National DR Symphony Orchestra for the dramatic symphonies of 19th century composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky and the lesserknown 20th century composer Dmitri Shostakovich. Russia’s ‘grand dame’ of piano, Elisabeth Leonskaja, will solo. This is sure to be a powerful night of music. AS

Easter Jumble NEW Gustafskyrkan, Folke Bernadottes Allé 4, Cph Ø; March 16 from 10:00-16:00, March 17 from 12:00-15:00; Celebrate Easter − and the coming warm weather − with the Swedish Church in Copenhagen when they again host their annual jumble. Peruse donated goods, handmade Easter crafts and volunteer-baked goods and cakes. You can even try elk sausage! On Saturday, the Victoria Choir will perform a concert right after the market at 16:30, so spend the day in the fresh spring air with a hot cup of coffee to keep you warm. Donations will help the church on future renovations and projects. AS

Free Gelato at NEW Manolo Opening Manolo Gelato, Strandvejen 169, Hellerup; March 16, 12:0016:00; Celebrate one of the best parts about the warming weather: freezing cold ice cream and gelato. Manolo is gearing up to open up its shop in Hellerup, right on the main thoroughfare. The staff are just as excited about spring as we are, and they’re offering free ice cream for four hours! Bring the whole family, get some ice cream and enjoy the weekend on the Øresund! AS

Ravnsborggade Market Ravnsborggade 22, Cph N; Sun 10:00-16:00; free adm Spend a leisurely Sunday strolling down Ravnsborggade, a small street just north of the lakes that will transform into a massive street market. Antiques dominate this market, but don’t worry − each time it opens, a greater selection and variety of goods become available. All unique, all vintage and all in one of Copenhagen’s hidden-away neighbourhoods. Come by and peruse the tables of goods laid out by locals, and take refuge in the small and cosy cafes that are sprinkled around the area. AS

Greening the NEW Little Mermaid Little Mermaid Statue, Langelinie, Cph Ø; March 16, starting at 19:00; free adm Come and see the Little Mermaid become a bona fide Irishwoman. This year, the statue will join the ranks of Dubai’s Burj al Arab, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and New York’s Empire State Building in becoming a green national landmark. Bring in the St Paddy’s weekend with this celebratory event. You’ll listen to live music, learn about the events happening on Sunday and generally cheer the Irish spirit! AS

The Globe Quiz Nørregade 43-45 Cph K; Thu 19:30; 25kr per person; max five per team Just 25 kroner per person (max five a team) and the winners get 1,000 kroner, second place 500 and third place a crate of beer. As well as three rounds of 15 questions each – courtesy of quizmaster John Kelleher - there are two beer round questions, a raffle and a rollover. Danish on a Sunday Cinemateket, Gothersgade 55, Cph K; second and fourth Sunday of the month, 14:15; tickets 65kr, members 40kr Every fortnight on a Sunday, Cinemateket, the home of the Danish Film Institute, shows a popular Danish film with English subtitles. And don’t forget that you can get a Danish pastry and coffee for just 40kr from the cinema’s restaurant. This week’s film is Robert best film winner A Hijacking.TM International Book Club Nørrebro Bibliotek, Bragesgade 8B, Cph N; Tue 15:0016:30; free adm; stfugl@kff.; If you enjoy reading fiction in English, Danish, German, French or Arabic, come down to the library and pick up a new book to read with a group. All discussions will be in English.



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Has beer and is a bar: what’s not to like?



Jægersborggade Cph N SITTING as a small sidestreet off Jagtvej, just opposite the Assistens Cemetery, is Jægersborggade. You may have cycled past it before, but next time, do make that turn! Tucked away in this relatively small street is such a lovely and diverse array of stores you’ll never be able to go past again without a quick visit to one of them. This is truly one of Nørrebro’s hidden gems. Karamelleriet Jægersborggade 36; open Tue-Fri 10:00-17:30, Sat 11:00-15:00; www. Danish sweets are great, but if you’ve grown a bit weary of the happy world of Haribo and want something a bit more ‘grown up’, then you need to come to this place! Since 2008, Karamelleriet has been selling mouthwatering toffees, caramels and chocolates it makes on site. Fudge, cream caramels, peanut crunch and so much more, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to sugar heaven. keramiker - inge vincents Jægersborggade 27; open Mon-Tue: often, Wed 10:00-16:00, Thu 10:0018:00, Fri 10:00-16:00, Sat 11:0015:00; The work of the ceramicist Inge Vincents may be, in her own words, “on the edge of the functional”, but it is definitely beautiful and unique. In her studio she makes coffee cups, flower vases, tea light holders and more. Most of the artwork is made from wafer-thin, white and creamcoloured ceramics that bring a touch of elegance to any home.

Kids Junior Roleplaying NEW Amager Fælled , Cph S; meet in carpark of Universitetet Station, Sun 11:00, game ends 15:30; 100kr; bring your own lunch; Aimed at ages 8-13, roleplaying is a chance for kids to pretend to be fictional characters and play fight. You can join, even if you’ve never played before, and it’s possible to borrow swords and costumes. The teams have adult leaders, and there’s a chance for the rest of the adults to join in between 11:00 and 12:00. Remember to bring a drink as you can get thirsty. BHN The Last Coral Reefs 3D NEW Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Gammel Kongevej 10, Cph V; ends March 19; Mon-Sun, times vary; The Last Coral Reefs 3D takes us on a global journey to explore the connection between our cities and the complex vibrant world of coral reefs under the sea. Changes in our cities affect the chemistry of the ocean that coral reefs rely on for survival. The film was shot in Palau, Vancouver Island, French Polynesia, Mexico and the Bahamas and produced by the creators of Wild Ocean: Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas. BHN

Ølbaren Elmegade 2, Cph N; open Mon 21:00-01:00, Tues-Thu 16:00-01:00, Fri 15:00-01:00, Sat 13:00-01:00, Sun 13:00-23:00; 3535 4534, mail@;

Cool art for reasonable prices at CMYK

CMYK kld Jægersborggade 51; open Tue-Fri 12:00-17:30, Sat 11:00-15:00, first Sun of every month: 11:00-15:00, first Thu of every month: 12:0020:00; If you’ve been going around looking for that one thing that you feel your apartment is missing, or if you’re simply a fan of good art − even better if it’s reasonably priced − then look no further. This store is chock-full of beautiful and eyecatching artwork by many different artists. Both originals and prints are available, and you can get them framed for a small fee. Ruben og Bobby Jægersborggade 6; open Mon-Tue: 08:00-13:30, Wed 08:00-19:00, Thu 08:00-17:00, Fri 08:00-13:30 and every other Sat 11:00-16:00; www. Have you ever sat in your hairdresser’s chair and thought to yourself: ‘I wish I could buy retro computer games and action figures from the ‘90s while also getting my hair done’? In Ruben og Bobby you can do just that. The hair saloon has an impressive selection of action figures and video games for your old Nintendo, Sega or even Gameboy.

Danish-Czech Puppetry: NEW The Swineherd Solvang Library Remisevej 14, Cph S; Sat March 9, 10:15-10:45 & 11:1511:45; See a puppet show of Hans Christian Andersen’s famous story The Swineherd. A poor prince wants to win the emperor’s daughter so he sets off to the palace, bringing with him two beautiful gifts. Will he win the princess’s hand? Watch the show and find out! BHN Rhythm Classes NEW Kulturstationen Vanløse, Frode Jakobsens Pl. 4, 1; runs every Sat until April 17, 10:30-11:30; 50kr per family; 3877 3350; Come and enjoy a fun and healthy start to the weekend. Together with rhythm educators Anne Hussmann and Jacqueline Acda, put the body, the senses and the imagination in motion. Suitable for children aged 1 ½ -3 years and their parents. BHN 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


ASK ANY international friend what clichés they think of when asked about Denmark, and they will probably come up with four things: pastries, Vikings, Hamlet and beer. The Scandinavians simply can’t get enough of the syrupy brown stuff, which they’ll able to buy virtually any time of day, be it from corner shops or workplace canteens. If your thirst isn’t being quenched by the standard, green can stuff, a small bar just north of the lakes may have the goods to wet your whistle. On Nørrebro’s bustling Elmegade − surrounded by shawarma joints, charity shops and hip fashion boutiques – lies Ølbaren. Danish for ‘the beer bar’, it’s a blunt, borderline arrogantly titled watering hole that certainly lives up to the name. After being hypnotised by the glowing red ‘ØL’ sign outside, you enter the bar to the sounds of uproarious laughter and bottles clinking. It’s a modestly sized, no-frills bar, with half a dozen tables and chairs to one side, and on the other, beer guzzlers plonked down on bar stools, excitedly perusing the selection of drinks on offer like a spoilt child on Christmas morning. When there’s this much variety, who can blame them? At any one time, Ølbaren has a 50-strong inventory of multinational bottled and on tap beverages. From Smoked German Doppelbocks and Belgian sour beers, to 17 percent Dutch Barley wine and the lighter, 4.6 percent Weissbeers for, what the friendly

Arctic: The Polar NEW Bear’s Home Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Gammel Kongevej 10, Cph V, runs through March, times vary; adults 144kr, children 94kr, headphones with English translation for 20kr; www.; suitable for ages 3-18 Embark on a fantastic journey to the top of the globe. What lengths must a polar bear go to in order to keep itself and his seven-monthold twins alive in the changeable and wild Arctic landscape that is its home? It is an instructive tale for the whole family on the impact of global warming on animals. BHN Balder’s Fun Factory NEW The library at Rentemestervej, Rentemestervej 76, Cph NV; Sat 10:00-10:45; free adm, register by phone 8220 5431; suitable for ages 1-3 On top of the library is a very special floor. You can run and behave like a madman. There are books on the floor and strings of balloons − see if you can reach! Mum and Dad are tired, but we’ve only just begun. With balls and rings, mattresses and music, come join the fun. Balder Brøndsted is co-author of the books Play as the brains banks and Play as your legs grow. BHN

A wide slection of beer awaits you: proof it’s exactly what it says on the door

bartender Stella described as, “the girly, softer palate”. The prices range from a modest 35kr for a bottle of Amager Nyhavn Brown Ale to 250kr a pop for a Belgian Bush Prestige (75cl), for when you feel like treating yourself. Best of all, the bar works on quick rotation, meaning they often experiment with whatever new beer they can get their hands on (a Crème Brulee stout from New York sounded right up my street, but it sold out in a flash and is now a thing of legend). Fear not, beer naysayers. If the brown stuff isn’t your drink of choice, there’s also a small selection of matured bourbons, sharp gins, sweet rums, cider and juices for your delectation. As Copenhagen’s first ever artisan beer bar, its ten years of trade has meant that the brotherly proprietors, Lars and Ulrich, have been hugely influential on the city’s bar scene. While the pair spend their time travelling the world and picking up exciting new tipples to bring back here, they are dedicated to supporting the local brewing talent Copenhagen has on offer, with the bar stocked full of the

Pow Wow American NEW Indian Workshop National Museum, Ny Vestergade 10,Cph K; every Sun in March, 12:00-15:00; free adm; www.; suitable for ages 5-12 years Learn about the North American Indians and their life on the prairie. Find an Indian name, cut a tepee in the paper and listen to Native American myths. BHN Spiders Exhibition NEW Zoological Museum, University Park 15; every day except Mon until 4 August, 10:00-17:00; www.zoologi. Eight eyes, venomous glands and a bad reputation. Spiders send shivers down many people’s spines, but they can also be incredibly beautiful and live fascinating lives. The Natural History Museum’s new exhibition Spiders, appearing at the Zoological Museum, looks past the creepy surface and invites the public to a view the spider’s story as one of beautiful interplays between natural history and art. BHN Waking the T-Rex 3D Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Gammel Kongevej 10, Cph V; ongoing, ends March 24; This exciting film follows the life of T-Rex Sue, the largest and most complete T-Rex ever found. AW

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Jerusalem artichoke soup with bacon (SERVES FOUR) 400g Jerusalem artichokes 250g cauliflower 1 leek 2 cloves of garlic 800ml chicken stock ½ tsp dried nutmeg 250ml Milda Cremefine 2 tbs lemon juice Salt and pepper 300g chicken breast 2 tbs olive oil 200g bacon finely diced (turkey bacon recommended) CLEAN and scrub the roots, peel or scrape off the dirt. Remember that it is not necessary to peel this poor misunderstood vegetable. It is enough just to give them a good wash and scrape the worst little black spots off, as they can easily be cooked with the skin on.

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Cut the leek and the cauliflower, and peel the garlic. Boil the vegetables in the chicken stock until they are cooked. Remember that they will cook faster than potatoes and can easily be turned to mush in a matter of minutes, if you do not monitor them closely. Keep your eye on them and remove them from the heat source as soon as you can easily pierce them with a skewer. Blend the soup with a hand blender and add the cream. Add nutmeg, salt, pepper and lemon juice and taste it (sometimes I add chili to give it extra taste). Fry up the chicken in olive oil and cut it into slices. Fry up the bacon on a dry pan and pour away the extra fat, and dry the bacon on a piece of hand towel afterwards. Use the chicken and bacon as a garnish on the soup when you serve it up. Bon appétit!

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Pubs The Irish Rover Strøget 46, Cph K; Open daily 10:00-late; There’s live music Thursday-Sunday (22:00-late), the kitchen is open from 10:00 until late every day – serving a burger meal with pint for just 120kr – the pub caters to all sports fans, there’s a pool table in their back room where you can smoke, and there’s an upstairs lounge area – the perfect place to relax with a view over Strøget. BH Brew Pub Vestergade 29, Cph K; open Mon-Thu 12:00-24:00, Fri-Sat 12:00-02:00, Sun closed; 3332 0060; The menu is full of hearty, homely, yet inventive dishes featuring inspired use of the same ingredients that go into the brewing process. Each dish is matched with one of Brew Pub’s own concoctions from the casks across the courtyard. AK Charlie’s Pilestræde 33, Cph K; open Mon 14:00-00:00, Tue-Wed 12:00-01:00, Thu-Sat 12:0002:00, Sun 14:00-23:00; 40-50kr per pint; Serving up ales from microbreweries across the UK, in addition to continental beers and several ciders, this bar might be the best place in Copenhagen to sip the night away. EM Red Lion Nikolajgade 18, Cph K; open Mon-Sat 16:00–00:00, Sun 13:00–00:00; A friendly English boozer with great cask ale and cider, darts and pool (spanking new table), English-themed events (sign up for their monthly email), and splendid British grub (shepherd’s pie, beef and Yorkshire pud, fish and chips etc). The first Wednesday of every month is quiz night and the last Sunday ‘family day’ – a great occasion to let the blighters run riot. BH

The Globe Nørregade 43-45, Cph K; Opening hours vary, until 03:00 Fri-Sat Friendly service and good value food make this the perfect city pub. If it’s company you want, try the main bar, or a private function, the second bar; seatingwise, pull up a high chair, relax on cushioned benches or lord it as a bishop for the evening; or go genteel in the library – a great place to cheat in the fortnightly quiz. BH Kennedy’s Irish Bar Gammel Kongevej 23, 1610 Cph V; Open Mon-Sun 12:0002:00 It’s not an Irish pub. Instead it’s a pub owned by Irishmen, and there’s a big difference. It’s an authentic taste of what the Emerald Isle was like in the 1980s in a pub totally devoid of concepts, themes, and DIY Irish pub kits. Drop by at 17:00 on Fridays for the traditional Irish music sessions which are rapidly gaining in popularity. BH Southern Cross Løngangstræde 37, Cph K; open Sun-Thu 15:00-03:00, SatSun 12:00-05:00; 3311 0939 This Aussie boozer has a lively darts board, a fortnightly quiz, a good sports atmosphere, and a happy hour until 8pm during which you can buy beers for just 30kr. JHW The Dubliner Amagertorv 5, Cph K; Open Mon-Sun 10:00-late It’s the perfect place for sports fans to mingle, or for live music, which it provides every day. It serves food from 10am to 10pm, and diners can find peace from the music and sport on a table overlooking the walking street, or on the first floor balcony overlooking Amagertorv. BH The Old English Pub Vesterbrogade 2B, 1620 Cph V; Open Sun-Thu 11:30-02:30, Fri-Sat 11:30-04:30; 3332 1921; Facing Tivoli’s arches and just a stone’s throw from Strøget, it’s the ideal pit-stop on a tour of the city centre. LB



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WHAT COMES to mind when you think of a canteen lunch? If it’s sprouts so old they’re cultivating their own, gravy aptly named after your most likely post-consumption destination, and cutlets so turgid they more closely resemble … then it’s likely you’ve never enjoyed one at a Danish company, because it’s something the folks here take really seriously. Whether it’s tray upon tray of female-friendly fare (think salads, couscous and plenty of beetroot), or a daily delivery from a cheery domestic guru, office workers enjoy their subsidised grub with gusto. But still, while Denmark boasts some of the best quality office lunches around, there will always be the notion that maybe some spice might be in order beyond the eco-manic extravaganza that tends to get served up. So last week on Wednesday, we decided to put our staff’s necks, or better stomachs, on the line and experiment with what it may be like to veer off the Danish cuisine bandwagon. And given our British flavour – there are several in the office, four if you include our man from Belfast, and it’s our house style choice of English – there could only be one choice for our collective lunch: Britain’s national dish, the Indian curry. We had high expectations and they were very much met when the containers of fragrant Basmati rice with sweet raisins, naan bread, creamy Butter Chicken, peachinfused Lamb Korma and Palak Paneer all arrived from Indian Flavours to anxious rumbling stomachs. An atmosphere of quiet excitement and expectation grew into lively chatter and sociability. People started pulling in chairs and conversations began in earnest: travel plans, gossip and the news (the non-Danish centric variety of course). All in all, it was the cheapest team-building exercise that a company could wish for. “The food was awesome!” enthused Hristo Aleksandrov, our admin intern. “I really liked the Korma as there were also other things (vegies and/or nuts) swimming together with the meat in the sauce. I also liked the raisins in the rice because their sweetness among the spiciness was like an oasis in the desert ... very good indeed.” Aleksandrov was less enthusiastic about the naans and the packaging though – something he felt the restaurant needed to improve. “I guess they have a different one for the single orders but should think about larger orders as well,” he said. Christian Wenande, a journalist, was also impressed. “The Butter Chicken had an unexpected but welcomed heat that I

While our vegetarian layout editor Aviaja Nielsen was pleased with her option, although a little fussy as most veggies are prone to being. “I had the Palak Paneer with rice, which I found nice and spicy,” she said.” It’s a bit on the greasy side yet very tasty.” The Danes among us reflected on how things had changed since their packed lunches of cold cuts of meat and slices of rye bread. It was agreed that as more internationals arrive in this country and make it their home, there is also an influx of influences that are worth embracing, and where better to start than office lunches.

Cuisine, as has been proved by various initiatives over the last decade, gives Danes and foreigners a talking point − a rare commodity on the road to integration, sorry inclusion, and one that the aforementioned Brits have been using for centuries. By simply taking out a lunchtime curry, Danish businesses can enrich the experience of their employees. After all, we all know that variety is the spice of life, and combined with some spice in your food, it’s a winning combination.

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ASED ON the journalistic writings of poet Mark O’Brien, The Sessions is a warm and witty account of his attempts to lose his virginity – at the age of 38. O’Brien (Hawkes) contracted polio as a child and is forced to spend much of his day inside an assisted breathing device known as the ‘iron lung’. Unable to walk and confined to a gurney for travel, Mark’s plight becomes apparent when we witness him being bathed by a home nurse. Unable to wash himself, he must suffer the indignation of being helped by a gruff, embittered woman who mutters things to the effect of “Polio patients are always the worst whiners.” Making matters worse, his perfectly functioning penis (and considerably sized, we’re told more than once) isn’t particularly choosy about a playmate. After several embarrassing bath time ‘accidents’, Mark, a Catholic, feels compelled to consult his priest. “My penis is speaking to me, father,” he informs a decidedly unorthodox William H Macy. Mark forges a confessional bond with his priest during some of the film’s funniest scenes, and the pair thus form an unusual alliance. After much soul searching and one journalistic assignment on ‘sex for the disabled’, Mark happens on the idea to consult a sex therapist. Thus begins a funny, intelligent and soulful performance from Helen Hunt (Mad About You, As Good As It Gets), who it must be said is still looking lovely despite pushing 50, defying gravity in all the right places (in a way that Madonna doesn’t). As

Hunt was reportedly so nervous about the nude scenes that she nearly needed a therapist herself

the breadwinner for her household of husband and teenage son, Cheryl is an experienced therapist who exudes both professionalism and kindness. Some questionable gender equality means that we never see Hawkes in his birthday suit, but the pair are well cast and have natural chemistry. Over the course of only six therapy sessions, Mark’s confidence blossoms, and their teacher/student relationship becomes more complicated. Hawkes was seen recently in the disturbing Martha Macy May Marlene, in which he played a sinister, emotionally-manipulative sexual predator. The

Sessions finds him at the opposite end of the spectrum, equally convincing as a sweet, emotionally vulnerable, sexually inexperienced man. The first of Mark’s sessions, in which Hunt’s character helps him through ‘body awareness’ exercises, are both amusing and genuinely moving. Less convincing, however, is the priest’s comedically relaxed attitude toward Mark’s dilemma and his willingness to sanction, among other things, sex outside of marriage. Macy is fantastic as always, but there are moments that don’t ring true. In fact, I had niggling reservations throughout

the script couldn’t fully convince me here. On the other hand, one might assert that questions of authenticity are irrelevant, especially as so much of the film is successfully played for laughs, but when the opening sequence features actual footage of O’Brien graduating from university, this arguably sets events in a ‘true story’ context. It becomes distracting, then, to think about these potential flights of fancy on the part of Lewin or O’Brien, particularly since they unnecessarily muddy the waters of a great personal victory.

Last action hero’s still standing, but barely The Last Stand (15) Dir: Jee-woon Kim; US action/ thriller, 2013, 107 mins; Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, Johnny Knoxville Premiered March 7 Playing nationwide


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in regards to the film’s authenticity. One suspects the fault lies either in director Ben Lewin’s screenplay, or the script’s source material: Mark O’Brien’s articles. While the magic of poetry will get you far, the combined task of believing not just one, but three women falling deeply in love with this man (as happens throughout the course of the film), in what seems a very short period of time, feels like a stretch. This is not to say that Hawkes’ character doesn’t deserve the affection, or that three women could never fall for a gurney-ridden journo-poet paralysed by polio – it simply means that

F YOU’RE an Arnie fan, then The Last Stand is an entertaining enough film. Despite the fact that it’s enjoyable, this was in part because my expectations were not very high going into it. The Last Stand begins by introducing us to the small town of Sommerton Junction, a border town between Arizona

and Mexico. Here Ray Owens (Schwarzenegger) is town sheriff, although the town generally requires very little action. Although he’s experienced in big city policing, his deputies are definitely lacking. Meanwhile in Las Vegas, a major drug cartel boss makes an incredible escape while being transferred between prisons. As a Mexican criminal hoping to seek refuge, cartel boss Cortez (Eduardo Noriega) speeds his way down to Sommerton expecting to cross the border easily. But not on this sheriff’s watch … Although it starts off a bit slowly, the film quickly picks up pace with lots of highpowered action and stunts. It’s fairly clichéd and predictable,

but the script is surprisingly solid – most elements have reasonable cause and effect. The characters aren’t always the smartest bunch, but then they aren’t always supposed to be. Hollywood tends to be a bit prejudiced in its depictions of the rural life. There is, however, very little character development. All the characters are represented in broad stereotypical strokes. You get the brand you’re buying with the major players and they deliver the behaviours they are known for. Naturally, Schwarzenegger does a lot of action (the man appears amazingly strong for a 65-year-old) while simultaneously delivering cheesy one-liners. Luis

Guzman and Johnny Knoxville are comedians who stick to their particular shticks. The creators of The Last Stand were clearly trying to add humour to the mix by featuring two prominent comedians. But those efforts inevitably fail: Arnie delivers the truly amusing moments, but even those are sparse. The production is fairly high quality, as is expected of a high budget action film. The stunts are decently choreographed and well shot. But it is interesting to see Hollywood try to hold onto the action heroes, as quite frankly, they get old. LIZ DELLAPENNA



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New this Week Oz: The Great and Powerful (11) Dir: Sam Raimi; US adventure/fantasy, 2013, 130 mins; James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, Mila Kunis, Zach Braff Intended as an unofficial prequel to the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, this film follows small-time circus magician Oscar (Franco) as he leaves the Kansas dustbowl for glittery Oz. The film is enjoyable to a point, and viewers will enjoy particularly poignant performances from Weisz, Williams and Kunis. However, director Sam Raimi attempts to dress up a dull plot with special effects, and while the result is visually dramatic, the script is dramatically thin. JH

Book Your Tickets Flight (15) Dir: Robert Zemeckis; US action/drama, 2012, 138 mins; Denzel Washington, Don Cheadle, Kelly Reilly, Bruce Greenwood, John Goodman, Melissa Leo Flight is a fine film that lives and dies by Denzel Washington’s central performance. Like vintage Scorcese, the narrative rockets along, Zemeckis portraying the events with the assuredness of a master, but with a sense of urgency that would befit a director half his age. While there’s a cartoon hyper-reality to the plot that doesn’t ring true, the proceedings are still excruciating and genuinely moving. MW

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The Impossible (15)

Dir: Kathryn Bigelow; US action/drama, 2012, 157 mins; Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Kyle Chandler, James Gandolfini, Mark Strong, Chris Pratt The most unnerving, brilliantly acted thriller of the year, Zero Dark Thirty boasts an impressive inventory of ferocious visuals, an endlessly mesmerising performance from actress Jessica Chastain and a script that mercurially bulldozes any narrative clichés and instead offers punchy, naturalistically delivered political dialogue. Remorseless and torturous the film may be, but you

Pitch Perfect (15)

Dir: Juan Antonio Bayona; Spa drama/disaster, 2012, 114 mins; Ewan McGregor, Naomi Watts, Tom Holland, Samuel Joslin The Impossible, based on the real-life experiences of a family caught in the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, rarely lets up the pace. It is sometimes hard to watch as the characters are severely and relentlessly battered by the water and the all-encompassing hopelessness that follows after the wave hits. The work pays off tenfold, resulting in a tough realism that no doubt informs the performances and the emotional clout won’t be able to stop watching. LR of the entire film. See this, and then go and hug your kids. MW

Dir: Jason Moore; US comedy/musical, 2012, 112 mins; Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson Pitch Perfect looks and sounds exactly like every other musical comedy that features a singing or dancing competition. Kendrick plays a music-mad college freshman caught in a war between her university’s rival singing groups – and unfortunately, her performance is about the only redeeming factor in the film. The show-stopping numbers help offset its predictability, but ultimately, the film is a not-so-funny musical comedy that is more tone deaf than pitch perfect. JH

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Dir: Quentin Tarantino; US action/drama/western, 2012, 165 mins; Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, Samuel L Jackson Tarantino’s eagerly anticipated pastiche of the western epic is a bold, throbbing, exuberantly crafted piece of work – one that rattles cages with a vengeance. The film manages to conduct a joyride through old Dixie while simultaneously building up to a passionate climax steeped in heartbreaking romance and pacifistic, moral indignation. And while the Tarantino trademarks are aplenty, the film doesn’t buckle under their weight. KRG

Avoid like the Plague Parker (15) Dir: Taylor Hackford; US action/crime, 2013, 118 mins; Jason Statham, Jennifer Loepz, Nick Nolte, Michael Chiklis, Clifton Collins Jr Parker is the sort of film in which you need to leave any questions of plausibility at the door and just enjoy the gaudy action spectacle. The plot is derivative, and like all good/bad action B-movies, is utter balderdash, slugglishly tumbling through the two-hour running time. What’s more, the ‘stick ‘em up!’ dialogue is cringe-worthy, and the characterisation ignominious. Nevertheless, it’s mindless entertainment that you can’t help but succumb to. LR

Dir: John Moore; US action/crime, 2013, 97 mins; Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sebastian Koch, Cole Hauser Bruce Willis, presumably due to a clause in his contract with the Devil, returns as New York cop John McClane for the fifth time to battle evil terrorists. Coarse and monotonous where its predecessors were clever and complex, it’s no exaggeration to call A Good Day to Die Hard the worst film of the seemingly never-ending series. Perhaps most worrisome of all is the knowledge that the suffering is far from over and the franchise will continue. DS

Also Playing Quartet (7) Dir: Dustin Hoffman; US comedy/Drama, 2013, 98 mins; Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Billy Connolly, Tom Courtenay At a retirement home for former musicians, an annual concert is disrupted by the arrival of eternal diva Jean (Smith), who also happens to be the ex-wife of one of the residents. While endearing, Hoffman’s directorial debut is far from honest about ageing – all the seniors seem to be in tip-top form, and the film’s plot is almost painfully predictable. But the underlying message of always continuing to learn and grow is a charming one that will leave audiences grinning. JH

Hitchcock (11) Dir: Sascha Gervasi; US drama, 2012, 98 mins; Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Danny Huston, Toni Collette Hitchcock, disappointingly, is less of a ‘Making of Psycho’ biopic and more something that might have been entitled ‘Alma and Alfie’ – a dramatisation of the director’s turbulent relationship with his wife. Hopkins and Mirren do their damndest to elevate a mediocre script, and their chemistry shines through the uninspired writing. But ultimately, the script is content to languish on the surface of complexity, in an ultimately dull, soap opera exposé of Hitch’s private life. MW


Beautiful Creatures (11) Dir: Andreas Dalsgaard; Den doc, 2012, 83 mins Beautiful Creatures appears marred by teen-flick clichés and blockbuster gimmicks like that of Twilight or Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which will unfortunately turn many potential viewers away from a genuine experience. The acting is above par, and you’ve got to love the guffaw-inducing dialogue. It’s far from an unforgettable film, nor is it an important or genre-renewing film, but isn’t half as dullwitted as one might fear. KRG

Beasts of the Southern Wild (11) Dir: Benh Zeitlin; US drama/ fantasy, 2012, 94 mins; Quvenzhané Wallis, Dwight Henry, Levy Easterly, Lowell Landes Based on the play Juicy and Delicious by Lucy Alibar, this film adaptation is essentially a charming children’s coming-ofage story – a moralistic fairy tale told through magical realism. Protagonist Hushpuppy’s dedication to her father is as heartbreakingly beautiful as young Wallis’s perfectly cast face, but the film’s occasional dabbling in sentimentality, along with an overbearing score and an overreliance on voiceovers prevents the film from achieving the transcendence it aims for. MW

PROGRAMME: THURSDAY 7 MARCH - WEDNESDAY 13 MARCH 2013 All times are subject to change KINOPALÆET without notice; consult Klampenborgvej 215 A, Lyngby for confirmation. Argo (15) 19:00-21:30 (Fri) Beasts of the Southern Wild PALADS (11) Axeltorv 9, Cph K; 7013 1211 12:00 (Fri) Argo (15) Beautiful Creatures (11) 18:45-21:30 16:30-21:30 (Sat) Beautiful Creatures (11) Django Unchained (15) 10:30-13:10-15:45-19:00-21:30 13:40-18:00-21:30 Django Unchained (15) Flight (15) 12:20-20:30 21:10 (Sat) Flight (15) A Good Day to Die Hard (15) 15:45-18:30-21:30 17:00-19:00-21:30 (Fri) A Good Day to Die Hard (15) The Impossible (15) 12:00-14:00-16:15-19:00-21:15 16:30 The Hobbit 2D (11) The Last Stand (15) 10:45-14:20-18:00-21:30 15:00-19:00-21:30 (Fri) The Impossible (15) Life of Pi 2D (11) 10:40-13:20-16:00-19:00-21:30 11:30 (Sat) The Last Stand (15) Lincoln (15) 10:30-13:00-15:30-19:00-21:30 14:45-21:15 (Fri) Life of Pi 2D (11) Oz: The Great & Powerful 12:00-15:00-17:45 (11) Lincoln (15) 12:00-13:00 (Fri) 15:45-21:00 Parker (15) Oz: The Great & Powerful (11) 21:30 10:00-15:40-18:30 Pitch Perfect (7) Parker (15) 12:00 (Sat) 18:45-21:15 Quartet (7) Pitch Perfect (7) 11:30-19:15 (Sat) 16:00-18:30 Zero Dark Thirty (15) Quartet (7) 11:30-18:00 (Sat) 11:30-13:45 Zero Dark Thirty (15) 12:00-18:00-21:15


Kalvebod Brygge 57, Cph V; 7010 1202 Beautiful Creatures (11) 11:45-18:30 Django Unchained (15) 15:45-21:00-23:30 Flight (15) 21:20 (Fri & Sat) A Good Day to Die Hard (15) 11:15-13:30-16:30-18:4521:40-23:59 (Fri) The Hobbit 3D (11) 15:20-20:40 The Last Stand (15) 14:00-16:15-19:00-21:40-23:59 Life of Pi 3D (11) 10:00-12:40-19:00 Oz: The Great and Powerful (11) 12:45-15:30-18:30 Parker (15) 18:45-21:15-23:45


Abalonsgade 5, Cph V, 3324 4200 Beasts of the Southern Wild (11) 12:15-20:45 Searching for Sugar Man (15) 14:30-19:00-20:45 The Human Scale (15) 17:30


Mikkel Bryggers Gade 8, Cph K Django Unchained (15) 15:00-18:15-21:30 Hitchcock (11) 11:30-14:20-19:00 Lincoln (15) 12:00-15:30-18:30-21:30 (Sat) The Master (11) 21:30 Quartet (7) 17:00 The Sessions (3) 12:00-14:20-16:40-19:00-21:30


Jernbanegade 2, Cph K 3314 3222 Beasts of the Southern Wild (11) 9:45-12:00-14:20-16:30-18:40 Django Unchained (15) 14:20-20:50 Hitchcock (11) 14:20-21:15 Lincoln (15) 21:00 The Sessions (3) 9:45-12:00-16:00-19:00 (Fri)


Rådhuspladsen 59, Cph K 3312 4292; Beasts of the Southern Wild (11) 17:00


Gentoftegade 39; Quartet (7) 17:00 The Sessions (3) 18:45 (Fri & Sat)




8 - 14 March 2013


The InBetweeners BBC Entertainment, Tue 23:10

I’VE JUST watched the first two series of The Inbetweeners on Netflix. Given how short each episode is, it didn’t take me long. However, while it’s easy to watch, I’m not sure I’ll ever watch it again, like I would do The Office. Potentially a classic, they ruin it with characters too unbelievably stupid. This might work in a mock-up of Elizabethan England, but not in a bog-standard school. We’re meant to fall in love with their comic flaws, but we’re being short-changed every time they conform to character. For example, why does Mr Porky Pie carry on telling fibs to people who never believe him? Why does Mr Shut Your Pie Hole keep talking when all he needs to do is shut it to lose his virginity? Why does Mr American Pie keep on

taking advice off his idiotic friends? Why!? Because this is Planet Sitcom, and these are the rules. Still, the comic beats are spot on. Providing you don’t mind relentless jokes about masturbation, you’ll laugh out loud a lot. And there’s the added bonus of seeing this depraved filth, made by Britain’s Channel Four, on Aunty Beeb. What were they thinking of? Your mother’s tits, probably. But What if Women ruled the World? (BBC World, Sun 19:30). Would they stand for smut like that? Maybe, but are there any guarantees anything would change for the better, given it would need a totalitarian ‘Worm who Turned’ state to evolve to make it a reality. It is, sadly, just one of life’s throwaway lines. Jason Becker – not dead yet

is going nowhere. Diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease aged 19, the rock star was told he wouldn’t make it past 25. But now 41, he continues to make music and inspire despite not being able to move or speak. Elsewhere, 2010 National Geographic doc Inside the State Department (DR2, Sat 21:10) BBC Entertainment, Tue 23:10 The InBetweeners were granted greater access to the US secretary of state, in this case Hilary Clinton, than any other film crew in history; tune in to see whether Ireland’s most sacred sporting venue will ever recover from Westlife: The Farewell Tour - Live at Croke Park (DR3, Sat 22:10); while among the film premieres are Four Lions, Burlesque (TV3 Puls, Sat 20:00), Monsters (TV3+, Thu 23:45) and Salt (TV3, Sun 21:00). BEN HAMILTON SVT1, Tue 22:00 Jason Becker - not dead yet

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TV3+, Tue 20:35 Champions League: Barcelona vs AC Milan


DR2, Sat 23:40 Four Lions

Friday 8

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Tuesday 12

Wednesday 13

Thursday 14

17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 21:50-23:40 There’s Something About Mary (US comedy, 1998) Ben Stiller 23:40-01:40 The 6th Day (US action, 2000) Arnold Schwarzenegger

19:00-20:00 Snow Babies (BBC doc, 2012) 20:00-21:10 Downton Abbey (UK drama series, 2012) Maggie Smith 22:55-00:30 Lewis (UK crime series, 2007) Kevin Whately

19:05-20:00 Egypt (UK doc, 2008) 22:10-23:10 Parade’s End (UK thriller series, 2012) Benedict Cumberbatch 23:10-00:35 Inspector George Gently (UK crime series, 2008) Martin Shaw

17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 22:30-23:20 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (Aus crime series, 2012) 23:20-00:10 Killing Time (Aus drama series, 2010)

17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 23:30-00:10 Deaf-Blind Triplets (UK doc, 2008)

17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 22:30-23:10 Dirty Sexy Money (US drama series, 2007) Peter Krause 23:10-23:55 Rescue Special Ops (Aus drama series, 2009)

17:00-17:50 Murder, She Wrote 22:30-00:05 Foyle’s War (UK crime series, 2004) Michael Kitchen

18:30-19:00 The Daily Show 19:10-20:00 Make Me ... (BBC doc, 2009) 20:00-22:13 Cold Mountain (US drama, 2003) Jude Law

18:00-19:00 Lust for Life (UK doc, 2011) 19:00-19:20 The Life & Times of Tim (US animation) 21:10-22:00 Inside the State Department (US doc, 2010) 23:40-01:15 Four Lions (UK com, 2012)

17:20-19:00 The French Connection (US thriller, 1971) Gene Hackman 19:00-20:00 The Tudors (UK drama series, 2007) 20:00-20:45 River Cottage - Bites (UK food, 2010)

18:30-19:00 The Daily Show 20:50-22:00 The Newsroom (US drama, 2012) Jeff Daniels

18:30-19:00 The Daily Show 23:10-00:10 Ukraine’s Orphans (UK doc, 2012)

20:40-21:25 Taggart (UK crime, 2010) 21:25-22:20 Luther (UK thriller series, 2011) Idris Elba 23:10-00:00 Science Under Attack (BBC doc, 2011)

No English-language programmes

No English-language programmes

21:40-23:20 The Tuxedo (US action, 2002) Jackie Chan 23:50-01:50 Collateral (US action, 2004) Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx

21:00-22:55 Morning Glory (US rom com, 2012) Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford

No English-language programmes

No English-language programmes

No English-language programmes

No English-language programmes

17:20-18:10 Will & Grace (US com series) 18:10-19:00 King of Queens 19:00-20:00 Friends 20:00-22:30 The Firm (US thriller, 1993) Tom Cruise

17:00-19:00 Rules of Engagement (US series) 19:00-20:00 Friends 20:00-21:00 Californication 21:00-21:30 The World’s Craziest Fools

17:10-21:00 The Gates (US series) 22:30-23:55 Dude Where’s My Car? (US com, 2000) Ashton Kutcher 23:55 00:40 New Girl

17:10-18:00 Will & Grace 18:00-18:50 King of Queens 18:50-19:40 Friends 19:40-20:45 Californication 23:10-01:50 Avatar (US action, 2009) Sam Worthington

17:15-18:05 Will & Grace 18:05-18:55 King of Queens 18:55-19:50 Friends 19:50-20:55 Californication 20:55-21:45 New Girl 23:15-00:00 Live at the Apollo (UK stand-up, 2011)

17:20-18:10 Will & Grace 18:10-19:00 King of Queens 19:00-19:55 Friends 19:55-21:00 Californication 23:30-00:25 Dave Attell Comedy Special(US stand-up, 2006)

17:15-18:05 Will & Grace 18:05-19:00 King of Queens 19:00-19:50 Friends 19:50-20:55 Californication 20:55-23:05 X-Men 2 (US action, 2003) Patrick Stewart 23:30-00:15 Russell Howard’s Good News (UK stand-up, 2011)

17:00-19:00 NCIS 19:00-20:00 Gordon Ramsey’s Ultimate Cooking Course (UK reality series, 2012) 22:00-00:05 Taking Lives (US crime, 2004) Angelina Jolie

18:00-19:00 NCIS 19:00-20:00 The Mentalist 21:00-22:10 Game of Thrones (US fantasy series, 2012) Charles Dance 22:00-00:30 Wanted (US action, 2008) Angelina Jolie

21:00-23:30 Salt (US thriller, 2010) Angelina Jolie 23:05-00:05 Two and a Half Men

17:00-19:00 NCIS 20:00-21:00 Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares (US reality series, 2011) 23:30-01:35 Wanted (US action, 2008) Angelina Jolie

17:00-19:00 NCIS 23:30-01:25 NCIS

17:00-19:00 NCIS 20:00-21:00 NCIS 21:00-22:00 The Mentalist 23:30-01:25 NCIS

17:00-19:00 NCIS 23:45-01:35 NCIS

17:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:00-20:30 House Hazards 21:30-00:00 Spider-Man (US action, 2002) Tobey McGuire 00:30-01:45 Stigmata (US thriller, 1999) Patricia Arquette

17:00-20:00 The Simpsons 21:00-21:30 Steven Seagal: Lawman (US reality series) 21:30-23:45 Takers (US action, 2010) Chris Brown 23:45-02:45 American Gangster (US action, 2007) Denzel Washington

17:00-17:30 King of Cars (US reality series, 2006) 23:30-00:35 Spartacus (US action series, 2012)

17:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:00-21:30 Top Gear 21:30-23:20 Zombieland (US action, 2009) Jesse Eisenberg 23:20-01:20 Legion (US action, 2012) Dennis Quaid

17:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 The Simpsons 20:35-22:35 Champions League: Barcelona vs AC Milan

17:00-18:00 How I Met Your Mother 20:35-23:30 Champions League: Live: Bayern Munich vs Arsenal

17:00-19:00 How I Met Your Mother 19:00-20:00 Simpsons 20:00-21:30 Top Gear 22:30-23:45 Spartacus 23:35-01:35 Monsters (UK thriller, 2010) Scoot McNairy

17:00-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Ghost Whisperer 20:00-21:00 Four of a Kind (UK doc, 2011) 21:00-23:10 Chasing Liberty (US romcom, 2004) Mandy Moore

19:00-20:00 Trinny and Susannah’s Makeover Mission - Denmark 21:00-23:15 Prime (US romcom, 2005) Uma Thurman 23:15-00:10 Tough Love 3: Couples (US reality series)

17:05-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Dance Moms (US doc series, 2012) 20:00-21:00 Trinny and Susannah’s Makeover Mission - Denmark 23:00-00:00 Biggest Loser IX

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 23:50-00:50 Private Practice

17:00-18:00 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

17:00-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Ghost Whisperer 21:00-22:00 Hoarders 22:00-23:00 Dance Moms 23:00-23:55 Grey’s Anatomy 23:55-00:50 Private Practice

17:00-18:00 Grey’s Anatomy 18:00-19:00 Private Practice 19:00-20:00 Ghost Whisperer 20:00-21:00 Trinny and Susannah’s Makeover Mission - Denmark 21:00-23:00 A Lot Like Love (US com, 2005) Amanda Peet 23:00-00:00 Grey’s Anatomy

17:00-18:00 Law & Order: Special Victim Unit 19:00-20:00 The Big Bang Theory 22:00-23:55 Assassination of a High School President (US com, 2008)

19:00-20:00 Numbers 21:00-23:00 Solomon Kane (US action, 2009) James Purefoy 23:50-02:00 The Astronaut’s Wife (US drama, 1999) Johnny Depp

19:00-20:00 The Big Bang Theory 22:00-23:05 CSI: New York 23:05-01:20 The Astronaut’s Wife (US drama, 1999) Johnny Depp

17:00-18:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (US crime series) 19:00-20:00 The Big Bang Theory 20:00-21:00 CSI: New York 22:50-23:50 CSI 23:50-01:40 Criminal Minds

17:00-18:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 19:00-20:00 The Big Bang Theory 20:00-21:00 CSI 22:00-00:20 Conspiracy Theory (US thriller, 1997) Mel Gibson

17:00-18:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 19:00-20:00 The Big Bang Theory 22:00-23:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 23:00-01:00 Criminal Minds

17:00-18:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 19:00-20:00 The Big Bang Theory 22:15-23:10 Arrow (US action series, 2012) 23:10-00:10 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

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