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Join us in urban wandering this spring; traverse and float your way through Trondheim, off the beaten cobblestone and river paths. Hello readers, welcome to the March and April issue of The List. This issue focuses on the allures of the urban core, introducing street art, perspectives on city planning, art and local style. Issue nine invites you to see another side of Trondheim. Walk the city and take in its hidden gems, see it from a new standpoint – be it from the waterways or the streets. Enclosed in these pages of previews and hundreds of event listings, you’ll find iconic city trademarks and gems worth an outside trek. For those in need of cinematic pleasures, it’s that film festival time of the year and things are in full-swing. The List is happy to have collaborated with renowned Kosmorama film festival, bringing you exciting pages filled with film previews and an exclusive question and answer segment with the organisers. Special thanks to our partners Visit Trondheim, who have contributed a tourists’ guide to Trondheim walking tours. Thank-you also to Adresseavisen, for recognising our efforts and the importance of an English-language magazine in the greater region of Trondheim. Though ours is a community effort, we appreciate my nomination for UT-Awards 2015 as ‘cultural personality of the year’. The List is a rich and diverse community and I an honoured to have the role as Editor. On that note,The List team is always in growth. If you enjoy people and have a special knack for sales, contact us. The List is hiring! Check out our facebook page for more information. This magazine is rooted in providing different experiences through the readers’ eyes. Do you have a story idea? Contact us with tips, or if you wish to contribute writing, illustrations, photographs or design. Happy reading.

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Dannika Nash

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Dannika Nash is a freelance journalist from Iowa, USA, now travelling around where she sees fit. She studied English and Philosophy in South Dakota but now spends most of her time frantically learning Norwegian. She loves entertainment, cooking, and the underdog.

London grown photographer Enock aka “Eno” Chege has been living and working in Norway for a measly 5 months and has already rooted himself in different senses around the city. His ambition to travel the world and soak in new cultures and people is what led this starry-eyed traveler from the big city he calls home. Excelling in his social abilities, he looks to experience all he can in this country working with inspiring people and pushing his knowledge. With past experience in fashion and event photography, Eno looks to making his mark on issues to come...

A freelance graphic designer and illustrator, Kjersti studied visual communication in Oslo and Willem de Koonding Academy in the Netherlands. Kjersti works with businesses and cultural events, and had fun sketching up the hidden gems of Trondheim, along with some of her favourite spots! kjerstieggen.com

Kristin Solhaug Næss, fifth year architecture student, student representative for the learning platform NTNU Live Studio, and co-founder of Studio:Beta. She has spent more time engaging with real life projects outside of the school, than inside the studios of NTNU, and she is one of the reasons wooden stairs are popping up around the city centre. Despite all the wooden projects, her real passion is people and co-creation, and how architecture can be used as a tool of communication in city development.

Born in Lithuania, Natalija moved to Norway more than 7 years ago. She is a selftaught freelance photographer and has been interested in photography since childhood, but became especially interested since moving to Trondheim 2.5 years ago. She takes pictures of everything around her, from portraits and food/interior (restaurants, hotels) photography to glorious Norwegian landscapes, and she considers Trondheim to be her biggest inspiration for creativity. She always has a camera with her so if you ever see her in town, don’t hesitate to ask for a photo or 10! See her work on Instagram, @natalbel .

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s a third year student, I was asked to talk about my thoughts on brain drain and city centre development in Trondheim, at the yearly business conference arranged by NiT. I talked about how we had to get back to the city centre, dreaming of how all the empty buildings would be filled with startups and exciting new businesses. At the time, we were at the starting point of Studio:Beta, a student HUB for student initiated projects. We wanted to get out of the studios at the university and engage with the city centre, as we walked the streets to find an empty space we could occupy for a little while. Today, I consider Trondheim my hometown. I moved here five years ago, but it was not until I started engaging with the city through my work that I really developed a sense of belonging. As an architecture student and part of NTNU Live Studio I have been able to use the city as a learning playground, testing ideas, studying people and places, exploring architecture and city planning through experience. It’s become my own city now, not just a place I go to study. How come? What is the reason I don’t want to move back to my family down south, or seek bigger opportunities in Oslo or other places in the world?

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She also told me about the project Kunnskapsaksen, an urban development strategy drawing an axis from the area of Sluppen, all the way to the city center, and further to Brattøra and Nyhavna. This is covering an area with a huge potential for city development. As the name suggests, you also find the new parts of the NTNU campus placed centrally along this axis in the strategy. “This way of thinking supports the focus on new sustainable, technological solutions, so that Trondheim can keep it’s commitments to the new city environment deal with the government,” says Bøkestad. THE LIST trd T HE NINT H ISSU E

Because even though the campus project still will take years of planning, it feels like the city spirit is changing. It’s almost like the city has changed gears the last years, speeding up it’s pace. The planning department is keeping up with their own strategy here, focusing on how to experiment with urban space. One of the projects the city-planning department is working on is the project called “En blå tråd,” focusing on activating the urban spaces along the river. Temporary installations and student projects are a part of this strategy, testing spaces for a short period of time, engaging with the city.

engaging with the city through my work that I really developed a sense of belonging.

One of the hottest topics these days regarding city development is indeed where the new parts of the university should be located. I asked our chief of city planning, Hilde Bøkestad, about the campus project. She confirmed the importance of a campus being closely connected to the city, expressing hopes that “NTNU and SINTEF can use the city as a lab, researching the needs of our society.”

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It’s up for discussion whether this new campus strategy really will “give the opportunity to have a seamless interface between the city and the research clusters,” as Bøkestad puts it. One of the main reasons I’ve become so fond of our city is because of the luck we had on actually finding an empty space in the city we could occupy. In our small space in Prinsens gate 8, Studio:Beta has been the place for endless discussions about what to do with the street outside and why all the stores have disappeared in this area.The think tank Urbanistene was born here, inviting the city in for public debate.The space has been our hub for the last two years, giving us the chance to engage with our city. And we are not the only ones seeking the city center, as small innovation hubs are popping up in the streets of Midtbyen, making all my dreams come true.

“In the development of the Nyhavna area we are trying to continue our strategy with temporary installations,” Bøkestad tells me, as the planning strategy process for the harbor area is coming to an end. These experiments with urban space have been one of the best learning platforms throughout my years as a student, as the planning department has put their energy into collaborations with the students of the city. I believe things like this are what make Trondheim a real student city, challenging the campus project on how to actually achieve their goals on integrating the new campus in the city.


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ALL ABOUT THOSE BOATS Trondheim Kajakk Trondheim has so much history and so much beauty – but why see it only from the ground level when you can also see it directly from the waterways that bend and shape the city’s landscape? Trondheim Kajakk takes fun on the water to a whole new level and lets you see the city from a whole new perspective. Founded in 2012 by three students who studied at NTNU together, Trondheim Kajakk offers trips and tours with both kayaks and stand up paddle boards (SUP). Giedré Pigagiate founded the company along with her brother, Karolis Piagaga, and her fiancé, Sebastian Rosten Løvdahl, when they saw a need for something like it in Trondheim. “Me and my brother have been paddling since childhood,” Giedré says. “We love to do it so why not give people the opportunity?” Everything about the company has been self-financed by the three founders themselves, and while they started with space for 12 people to be out at the same time, they have now grown to have capacity for an impressive 32 people at once. The team learned SUP at a leading

Words by: Lacie Goff, photos: Natalija Beliajeva

Trondheim is famous for its deep fjords and sparkling Nidelva river. Thus, it’s not a wonder that some people incorporate these stunning waterways in their everyday life. Here is a selection of Trønders who make the water their work, their home and their playground.

academy of surfing in Spain and Giedré says that they are developing their craft all the time. “Each year we are learning more and having trainings and improving our skills,” she says. Equipped with special kids seats, anyone from 3 to 80 years old can come and enjoy an afternoon with a kayak or SUP, and some people even bring their dogs that sit in a special place on the front of the kayak. Giedré says that tourists and locals alike come to learn new things about the city and to see Trondheim from a new angle. And if you don’t have any experience with kayak or SUP before, have no fear. Trondheim Kajakk’s staff will teach you everything you need to know before going out. “The tour takes just a couple of hours and doing the trip, people can relax and enjoy the nature,” says Giedré. “You are in the nature but at the same time the city centre… it’s the perfect activity.” Open from March to the end of November, their season is officially beginning, so grab a paddle and get out there! And don’t forget to bring Fido. www.trondheimkajakk.no / 483 38 318

Arne Skeie When the rent at his former collective got too high, Arne Skeie didn’t fear…he bought a boat. This 2006 jewel, named Barbarella after the 1986 film with Jane Fonda, has become Skeie’s home over the past year and a half and offers an environment so cozy, you’ll completely forget that you’re floating on water.

it gets to be negative 10 outside, Arne says it’s just a matter of putting on some thick socks and an extra blanket. However, he admits that storms can be an experience.

“I couldn’t really afford to buy an apartment so it seemed like a sensible middle way,” says Arne, who says the boat is perfect for him right now. “It’s small but you learn you have to kinda walk hunched down a bit.”

But thankfully, it’s a rarity. And while he is usually docked at his space at Solsiden, his house has the unique feature of being movable – he just has to remember to pack everything up first.

With no previous sailing experience to fall back on, the whole experience has been a new adventure for Arne, who says that some of the biggest minuses of living on a houseboat for him have been washing clothes and carrying a 25-liter barrel with water from a nearby training facility in the winter months when the water at the dock is shut off. He also noted that boat living makes you appreciate a good bed, but overall, Arne says there aren’t a lot of things to be missed compared to land living. When

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“Some nights are a bit less sleep if it’s a storm,” he says, citing the noise from the ropes and the wind.

“There’s always something you forgot that comes crashing down,” he says. Originally from Norheimsund, Arne works part time as an interaction designer for Ducky and also does illustration and graphic design with Skurktur at Digs. He loves the houseboat life and plans to keep enjoying it for at least a while longer. When asked what he would do if he won the lottery tomorrow and could buy any type of housing he wanted, Arne replied, “Maybe buy a bigger boat!”


M/S Bjørnvåg Restaurant When Eivind Magne Einarsson Austad and his wife Tonje Harøy decided to open a restaurant, they didn’t have anything ordinary in mind. With eight-years education as a chef and two years working in a kitchen in Tokyo, Eivind was ready to start something of his own, and his passion for maritime and coastal culture led him to look for a more floatable restaurant concept. Thus, four years ago they bought an Ålesund-built passenger ferry from 1954 and spent the next one and a half years converting the ferry into the restaurant it is today, holding about 20 people below decks.

Tore Norheim & Bernt-Johan Bergshaven

“The thought was to preserve coast culture in a way that it’s still accessible for modern man…Through food we can preserve the culture,” says Eivind. Docked at Brattørkaia 17c, the M/S Bjørnvåg has been serving delicious dishes with a true nautical experience for two and a half years now, and together with co-owner Torstein Borgersen they have built their business on developing personal relationships with local farmers, producers and hunters rather than working with big-scale grocers. “This way we can ensure that every time, we work with the best product in the world,” says Eivind, who’s first priority is that each aspect of the dining experience “feels good.” Eivind says that money has never been their focus, but rather ensuring an open and honest serving experience from the very start to the last bite. When one eats at the M/S Bjørnvåg, one can always count on seasonal dishes crafted in traditional Norwegian styles and the unique opportunity to gain a wider understanding of the food and exactly where it came from as it went from farm to plate. And if you want information about the boat itself, the owners are brimming with good stories to tell. “We want to tell people about the boat’s history and also the history of Norway and traditional food,” says Tonje. To start your dining experience with the M/S Bjørnvåg, give them a call and have a personal chat about what you’d like. You are guaranteed to be in for a treat. 993 99 579 / 975 43 026

High school friends and now co-workers Tore Norheim and Bernt-Johan Bergshaven always dreamed of sailing, though neither of them had any experience with it. Nevertheless, when they saw someone post on Facebook that they were selling a boat that they, the sellers, had never seen in person, Tore and Bernt-Johan decided to buy it. “[Bernt-Johan] sent the link to me and said this is our opportunity!” says Tore. When the two saw the 1979 Swedish boat for the first time, they thought it would be a good project. However, it needed a lot (and they mean a lot) of work. The boat didn’t even float when they bought it. So why then would two friends with no sailing experience buy a boat that can’t even float? “It was very, very cheap,” laughs Tore, who admits that after all the repairs, it wasn’t actually any cheaper than buying a functioning boat from the start. When asked where they went to get all of the supplies and parts they needed, they laughed and replied Finn.no, engine and all. Tore and Bernt-Johan started working on the boat in March of 2015, and for months the friends would work full days at the office until 4 p.m., and then head straight to the boat afterwards to work until midnight. They say that while they wouldn’t do it again, it was a great experience. “You feel more safe now that we know the whole boat,” says Bernt-Johan. Named Liberty, the boat had its first voyage in June of 2015, and the biggest question weighing on their minds was simply, will it sink or will it float? Liberty floated and the two dove in head-first, having their first trip (and Tore’s first time ever in a sailboat) be all the way to southern Norway.The two tell how Bernt-Johan was running around trying to figure out how to put up the sails while Tore was reading the book on how to sail that Bernt-Johan had gotten him as a Christmas present. They admit that they learned a thing or two from YouTube as well when they were able to get a signal. One eye infection for Tore and a leak in the boat that needed lots of pumping out later and the two successfully completed their first trip. They cleverly say their motto is “seiling uten peiling.” So what’s next? This summer the friend duo plans to sail Northern Norway and head to the Træne festival. The summer after that, they plan to cross the Atlantic. And while the learning curve may have been steep, the two say that this is when the fun part starts. T H E L I ST t rd TH E NINTH ISS UE

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Persaunet Bu nkers: A Trondheim institutionTrondheim’s role in WWII lingers in the ageing concrete of its infrastructure. Anyone who has ever wandered around the old German submarine bunker, DORA, and trailed their hand along the rough grey walls pockmarked with moss and decay, will have wondered at the history of these imposing structures. The area is a novelist’s dream and an architecture’s playground; and there have been several suggestions over the years for how to redevelop the area. But DORA is not the only German installation left in town. Several other concrete monstrosities remain and many have found new uses and even gained iconic status. One such property is ‘Bunker 18’ in the Persaunet area of Trondheim.

MC Klubb party cave Unbeknownst to the Trondheim public, there’s a cave on the side of Kuhaugen where it’s reported that Nidaors MC club has an event location. It’s also rumored to have previously been used as a WWII bunker.

Penguin Tux Graffiti If you’re ever walking in Bakklandet, look up! Bakklandet is known for its charming narrow streets and alternative stores and cafes, and although it still wears its long history you’ll find the occasional markings of new start art.

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stroll around the city taking in the local sights. Words: Monica Selnes Photos: Øyvind Blomstereng The range of things to do in Trondheim is bigger than you would expect for a city of this size. With a population of 185,000, Trondheim is not a big city on a European scale. However, it is the third largest in Norway. The city was founded in 997 AD, and was called Nidaros until the Middle Ages. Trondheim was the capital of Norway from 1030 – 1217, and has played an important role in Norway’s history. If you are visiting Trondheim for a short time, or staying here long term and just want tips on what to do for the day, here are a few tips from the Tourist Information Office:

1. Lademoen and Svartla’mon: Lademoen is a densely populated residential area east of the city centre. The buildings were originally workmen’s houses. Svartlamoen consists of old wooden buildings and is considered an ‘alternative’ area. This area is characterized by art, including a large outdoor wall painting by Håkon Bleken and Håkon Gullvåt, two of Norway’s best known artists (see our feature on Street Art, pages 24-27). Lademoen church is surrounded by a beautiful park, which is often frequented by the locals.

2. Hospitalsløkkan: From above and down: Lademoen and Svartla’mon; Hospitalsløkkan; Ila Park; Nidaros Cathedral. All photos by Øyvind Blomstereng

The Old Trondhjem Hospital founded in 1277 is the oldest social institution in Scandinavia. The surrounding area, Hospitalsløkkan, is characterized by old wooden houses and is mostly a residential area. Hospitalskirken (the hospital church) dates from 1705. It was Norway’s first octagonal wooden church.

3. The old alleys: The modern day street plan is the result of the Cicignon plan of 1681. Yet, some of the medieval streets - Veitene - survive as alleys snaking between the broad and straight main streets. Among the oldest alleys are Apotekerveita, St. Jørgensveita and Sommerveita. (See map page 62, start at Nidarosdomen: St. Jørgensveita runs between Bispegate and Erling Skakkes Gate).

4. Nidaros Cathedral Nidaros Cathedral is the world’s northernmost gothic cathedral and was built over the tomb of St. Olav.The Cathedral is a very important goal for Pilgrims from all over the world. Nidaros Cathedral is also the place for royal coronations. Inside the Cathedral, you can see beautiful glass paintings, most of them by artist Gabriel Kielland. In the summer, you can climb the tower and enjoy the spectacular view of the city. Nidaros Cathedral offers special guided tours in the crypt underneath the Cathedral. See the listings section for more information.

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5. Ilabekken the hidden road up to Bymarka: If you want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, Bymarka is not far off. This huge nature reserve just west of the city centre is perfect for families, couples or lone hikers. Walk from the centre for about an hour passing by waterfalls and wooden stairways up to lake Theisendammen.

6. Bakklandet:

Clockwise from top left: Ilabekken the hidden road up to Bymarka; The old alleys: Nodre Gate; Trondheim along the waterfront; Ilsvikparken. All photos by Øyvind Blomstereng

If you cross over the Old Town Bridge and through the “Portal of Joy”, you’ll arrive at Bakklandet. Known as Trondheim’s old town, Bakklandet’s street are lined with old, colourful and picturesque houses. Here you will find cafés, restaurants and local shops. You can also try the Trampe bicycle lift, the first one in the world of its kind.

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If you are by bike, or by foot, the route downtown Trondheim is perfect for the whole family. If you start at Rockheim music museum at Brattøra you can enjoy the great view of the Trondheim Fjord, and Munkholmen Island. Continue to Skansen and Ila before heading down by the Nidelva and across to historic Bakklandet. There are great views of the old buildings, the Nidaros Cathedral and Kristiansten Fortress when you walk along the river.

8. Nordre gate: If you want to feel the city life, you take a walk down the main pedestrian shopping street in Trondheim. Whether you want to shop, visit a café or listen to one of the many street musicians, this is the place to be. This is also the street you find the tourist information office.

Monica Selnes is Tourist Info Manager at Visit Trondheim. For more inspirational tips and hidden gems pop in and see Monica and her team at Visit Trondheim’s visitor centre, Nordre gt 11. Trondheim. Tel: +47 73 80 76 60. visittrondheim.no


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hand that mocked them and t A punk occupation of abandoned buildings and the successful rejection of a municipality-supported attempt to turn what is now a kindergarten into a car park made Svartlamoen a natural place for the fostering of this art. ”It was an eco friendly test area, a space to try more.” But at the same time, ”this was more punk and more music, more distant from the city, more raw than most people care about.” That rawness can still be felt today, and these visual stories are our remnants of the birth of community. Svartlamoen has now become an official city ecological testing area as a result of many years of dialogue, thanks to the efforts of these early artists and community leaders.

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Norway has long been identified by its fjords and mountains; enormous natural borders between communities. In recent years these boundaries, which are the root of such strong local identities, have gradually been transformed by ever improved transport networks.. Now the widest fjord of them all is set be bridged in an ambitious plan to bring the outlying communities in from the cold. The proposed bridge between Trondheim and Fosen would roughly follow the route of the existing ferry service between Flakk and Rørvik, a challenging 7.5km. The most likely design (as envisioned in the illustration) would be a 1400m suspension bridge linking Flakk to an underwater ‘mountain’, followed by an imposing 5700m floating bridge Floating, or pontoon bridges are built upon a series of watertight concrete platforms, which are secured to the ocean floor, which in this case is up to 500m below. At its highest point the arc of the bridge would be 90m above the sea, which is nearly enough to scrape Nidaros cathedral under, never mind the tallest sea liners. The plans also involve connecting the bridge directly to Trondheim by a tunnel to Ila. Alternatives to this crossing included a tunnel all the way under the fjord, though this pipe dream was quickly quashed by the logistics.

Proponents for the bridge argue that it would pay itself off in 40 years, open up new markets (in both directions) and replace 1.6 million ferry trips a year. Demanding projects also create new national knowledge, a view shared by Rissa Development boss Olbert Aasen: “It is highly likely, in our opinion, that the bridge being built, technically. We are working on the financing elements and the depreciation period should remain at 40 years. Had we had financing in place by now, we could have announced projects within one year.” Should the project be realised it will be the longest floating bridge in the world, but nowhere near the longest bridge in the world, that accolade belongs to Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge: Beijing-Shanghai, which is a ridiculous 165km long.

Gråkallbanen (“Gråkallen Line”) The northern-most tramway in the world, opened in July of 1924.

With a price tag of 12 billion kroner, the bridge is not without its own challenges. But the argument for the investment is that despite Trondheim having grown exponentially over the past 50 years (61% since 1964), Fosen has suffered an 8% loss in population in the same period. It is a curse which has befallen many of Norway’s inaccessible outlying areas, but experiences in Bergen suggest that large scale solutions can buck the trend. Askøy, a neighbouring kommune to Bergen, suffered from similar geographical restrictions as Fosen, before a bridge was opened in 1991. Askøy’s 115% population increase since the 60s, most of which occurred after the bridge’s construction, is now in line with the growth of other outlying areas.

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ART + SPAC E

Words: Laura-Ann Morrison

Above: video installation - TRANSMUTATIONS 2016

ANDERS SOLBERG

Age - 31 Origin - Trondheim Website - http://blog.asolberg.com / prega.no How are you feeling? At the moment, good. I am currently busy at work in my studio completing the second part of the quadrilogy of video works called ‘Transmutations’. What can we find in your studio? For the time being my studio space is littered with a variety of vessels containing combinations of different liquid solutions and suspensions. Apart from that, you can find various photographs pinned to the walls, a couple of different series in the early stages, books on alchemy, a selection of artists books by me, dried / petrified offset printing ink, ostrich eggs, hair and the skeletal remains of a cats tail.

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How has Trondheim been an impact on your artistic process? I grew up here, and I have spent the better part of my photographic practise observing and documenting various aspects of Trondheim. From walls and surfaces of buildings, to people and the surrounding countryside. To say the least, Trondheim has had a huge impact on my process.

Which norwegian artist would you recognize as an inspiration? Lars Skjelbreia’s show at TSSK, Psyche, earlier this year, blew me away. And recently I have been really into the works of Jana Winderen.

Describe your favourite art piece/photograph This is really hard, as my favourites change according to my current obsessions and practises. At home in our living room, we have a print of Francis Bacon’s Triptych 1974 (centre panel). I love how the amorphic form seemingly dissolves into a liquid state. Others stalwarts that have had and continue to be sources of inspiration are Jeff Wall (his entire body of work, no chance in picking any favourite there), William Eggleston’s Guide, and Gerhard Richter’s Overpainted Photographs.

Upcoming exhibitions? I just finished my second solo exhibition, Transmutations, at Galleri Blunk. Right now I am doing some finishing touches on a video that is going to be on show at this years Meta.Morf. A film program, curated by Jeremy Welsh, shown at Trondheim Senter for Samtidskunst, alongside work from Joan Jonas, George Snow and Inger Lise Hansen. And in the start of April, I will take part in a large group show at Skansen Stasjon, via Punktet Visningsrom for Kunst, alongside 13 other artists. As for publishings, Prega, just released its first ever magazine last December. It is available for purchase at Prega.no, and a variety of shops throughout the country.

Notes to self? Buy a microscope.


understood where my inspiration comes from; the people and nature around me and my background as a nature- and theatre-loving farmgirl. This together with a lot of technical understanding, made me go from dreaming about VOGUE to creating pictures that are more down to earth and reflects who I am. I no longer dream of living the high-end fashion life in New York, but of taking pictures that are meaningful for me - and surviving when doing just that. Describe your favourite photograph Impossible, it changes from project to project.

Above: Outtake from a fashionseries “Sølv” - shot in Bymarka

SIGNE FUGLESTEG LUKSENGARD

Age - 26 Origin - Norwegian Website - www.signeluksengard.com - www.signeluksengard.tumblr.com

Which norwegian photographer would you recognize as an inspiration? Oh so many. Oddleif Apneseth, Eivind Natvig, Eirik Knoop, Richard Aal, Kim Jakobsen To, Benjamin A Huseby, Frode&Markus, Knut Bry, Lars Brønseth, BoeMarion, Knut Egil Wang, Sigurd Fandango and Morten Andersen are some of them. How are you feeling? Great. I’m finally working as a full-time freelancer. Its scary as hell, but also wonderful. What can we find in your studio/workplace? Film, different camera-equpitment, harddisks, lots of cables, notes from ongoing projects, outtakes from projects and coins, old receips, post-its etc. How has Trondheim been an impact on your artistic process as a photographer? Trondheim made me believe it was possible to live as a photographer. I studied at Norsk Fotofagskole and was very happy with the school and the people I met. It was during my time at Fotofagskolen I

Notes to self? Shoot shoot shoot. Upcoming publishings? I’m working on a documentary book and exhibition about my hometown, Leveld. I’ll be shooting all the raw-material during 2016 and edit and hopefully publish it in 2017. I’m also working on an everyday documentary-project as well as an art exhibition and multiple fashion-projects. But its too early to be saying more about them now.

GALLERI BLUNK PRESENTS LINDA KARIN LARSEN Linda Karin Larsen is currently based in Stavanger and went out with a Bachelor’s degree in fine art from the Oslo Academy of Fine Art in 2013. On April 15th, she will be channeling ancient truths from the void through sculpture and sound. Hovering in the middle ground between the science of construction and industry, and the superstition of cosmological and spiritual mysticism.

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Kos dokker Words: Dannika Nash Photo: Eno Chege

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Kosmorama is Trondheim’s annual film festival, coming up on March 8-13. I sat down with Silje Engeness, the director of Kosomorama, to talk about new films, the classics, and Trondheim’s changing art scene.

There are so many incredible films in the program this year. Which films are you excited about? I’m excited for all of them. Making a festival program is kind of like having children: you shouldn’t have any favorites, but at the same time, the films have different personalities. I’m looking forward to our opening film, Carol—with Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. The way they show New York in 1952 reminds me of Mad Men. I’m also very excited to show a film called Idol about a guy from Gaza who won Arab Idol in 2012, so it’s based on a true story. It’s really a film about conquering fears to succeed, even with bad odds. It’s about as close as you can get to a feel-good movie in Gaza. Of course, you can see from the film that it’s not a very easy place to grow up, but it shows that people have hopes and dreams everywhere, and that good things can happen all over the world. I also think it’s especially important these days to see movies where people from different places have dreams in common. In my opinion, it has become an even more important movie now than the first time I saw it and chose it for the festival. You’re showing some classics like Fargo, Singin’ in the Rain, Ziggy Stardust, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Yes! And it’s exciting that we are collaborating with TEKS: Trondheim Elektroniske Kunstsenter, who have managed to invite Douglas Trumbull. He was on the set for 2001, and he will also give a talk when we present the film.

” It’s part of the charm of film festivals to choose some light films, some darker films, some films that provoke you, some films that make you think.

What’s the film festival crowd like? People who go to film festivals are the original binge-watchers. I think if you’re interested in seeing more than a film a day, you’re the kind of person who is a bit more curious. It’s part of the charm of film festivals to choose some light films, some darker films, some films that provoke you, some films that make you think, and hopefully we can give people films that appeal to them with their heart, head, and stomach. You should feel it with all your senses.

director, on April 5th. Also, after Kosmorama, we present some films in schools outside of Trondheim. If they can’t come here, we take it there.

Do you have a particularly good Kosmorama memory? Quite a few! Last year we showed Kvinner I for store Herreskjorter. This film is the first film in modern times that’s made in Trondheim. When I watched that movie with all the people in the auditorium and we saw the pictures from our own city… that’s how watching a movie should feel. It was warm, and it reminds you that it’s more fun to watch a film at the cinema with a lot of people than watching it alone. We say, “film er best på kino”.

Welcome to Norway looks really funny! They made it in Storlien and sometimes we joke that that’s in East Trøndelag. The director, Rune Langlo is from Trondheim, so we kind of feel like that’s a Trondheim movie, and it’s a good one. It will have English subtitles so everyone should see it. We are also very excited that on Wednesday, we’ll be giving out a prize this year to someone who is sustaining a significant effort to the film scene in Trøndelag. We hope it will give inspiration so that within a few years, the next feature film from Trondheim will also be produced by someone here in Trondheim. The people that work here manage to get involve in big international projects, and I think that makes Trondheim feel bigger. That’s why we love The List. Trondheim is more fun these days because it has become more diverse than it was 20 years ago.

What does Kosmorama do during rest of the year? Kosmorama is obviously the biggest event we have, but we also do other events throughout the year. One of them is Olavsfestdagene at Olavs Kino (July 27-August 6). We will show ten films during that festival, and lots of people travel to see it because it’s in the middle of the summer. One of the films we will present at Olavsfestdagene is This Changes Everything based on a book by Naomi Klein. She wrote No Logo a few years ago, and she’s a guru in the green movement. We’ll also be hosting an event with Liv Ullman, Norwegian actress and

If I want to see a locally produced movie, what movie should I see? You could see Welcome to Norway, a Norwegian movie with english subtitles. The director is actually from Lian in Trondheim and will be there during its screening. It was filmed at a hotel in Ånn (between Åre and the Norwegian border to Trøndelag).

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Håkon Bleken and Gruppe 5: Ramon Isern measly 2.000.000 NOK. I hope you’re convinced, this guy is pretty cool and we guarantee this showcasing will be amazing. Trondheim Kunstmuseum has a long-term, two-year plan to showcase his work alongside other artist such as: Halvdan Ljøsne, Lars Tiller, Roar Wold and Ramón Isern. Along with Bleken, these four artists form the collective Gruppe 5. This group was initiated by one of the members, Ramón Isern, and at a certain time they were all employees of the Faculty of Architecture at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH).

Ramon Isern ‘Hyllest til Garcìa Lorca’. Photo TKM

This is a tribute to the great works these artists have produced. The exhibition begun with the work of Ramón Isern on 7 February will go on until August 2016. “Ramón Isern (1914-89) was born in Barcelona and resided in Trondheim from 1954. Isern created work in both two and three dimensions, and the museum is home to a significant collection of his works. The exhibition features a selection of works representing his artistic practice.” – press release from TKM. (JS) Trondheim Kunstmuseum is showcasing the amazing work of Håkon Bleken in relation to other artists represented in the museum. Håkon is a famous artist born in Trondheim in 1929, and you just might have walked by this extraordinary 87 year old man while strolling down Bakklandet, and not even realized it. Shame. Better plan a trip to Trondheim Kunstmuseum right away!

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This man is responsible for so many amazing things, for one he painted the portraits of Olav the V and Arne Nordheim (Norwegian composer). He also illustrated a bunch of literary works of some unknown authors, no one important really, just Henrik Ibsen, Franz Kafka. He also likes to base his paintings on their work, whatever, not cool at all. Oh, and at one point someone managed to steal nine paintings from his storage. Also not a big deal, the paintings were only worth a

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Dara O'Briain

Nice to be in orbit Meta.Morf looks at man as interstellar traveller

There’s no such thing as too much of good humour. Who doesn’t like a solid portion of witty jokes about everyday life situations? Well, opportunity comes-a-knocking with the return of Irish stand-up comedian, Dara O’Briain, to Trondheim this spring.

Have you ever wondered what challenges life on the Moon could bring? Or what other kinds of energy are stored in space, of which we have an uncertain knowledge about? Have you considered joining the Mars One expedition and being among the first humans settling on Mars?

artists such as Tomás Saraceno (AR), Agnes Meyer-Brandis (DE), Cath Le Couteur & Nick Ryan (UK), Alicia Framis (ES), Golan Levin (US), Haines & Hinterding (AU), Johannes Langkamp (NL) and Øyvind Brandtsegg (NO) among others. The exhibition is curated by Alex Adriaansens and Espen Gangvik.

If yes, then you will be excited to learn that from 2010 Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre has arranged a biennial for art and technology, Meta.Morf, and its fourth edition is coming up this March and lasting for two months, featuring a conference, exhibitions and concerts.

The common ground all artists stand on is the search for interaction and meaningful, yet there is a playfull connection between science and art. They are raising important and pressing questions regarding the future of our very existence on the Earth and beyond, which involves social, environmental, political and cultural challenges.

Dara O’Briain is a man of many talents: comedian, scientist, The Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph columnist and television presenter. He is now one of the most recognizable faces on British TV. He appears on many popular shows such as 'The Panel', where he was discussing Irish reality with guests or 'Mock the Week', the celebrity panel game where the main idea is improvised standup comedy. This brilliant winner of many prestigious comedy awards is well known to the Norwegian audience for his hilarious performances in popular 'Live at The Apollo´, the stand-up comedy TV show, aired on NRK3. O'Briain's live shows are known for their amazing, energetic interaction with the audience. He lacks the fear to challenge the audience to participate and it is really something else to observe his performances in the flesh. And this is the heart (or perhaps the brain) of O'Briain's success; straight forward comical interaction, a natural and effortlessly funny man.

The fourth Trondheim biennale - Meta.Morf 2016 will showcase artists, writers and scientists that “in various ways take a closer look at man as interstellar traveller, and how we at the beginning of this millennium are about to redefine our relationship with the stars and, consequently, ourselves,” writes Espen Gangvik, director of Meta.Morf.

Meta.Morf therefore comes up with the idea that artist involvement in space programmes would be meaningful for both space researchers and artists in rethinking the array of diverse possible futures of Universe. Join this journey! (ZD)

Among the wide range of exciting events during the biennial, the exhibition NICE TO BE IN ORBIT has to be mentioned. It is an international exhibition, featuring the works of both established and emerging

TKM Gråmølna metamorf.no free entry Mar 10, 18:00-20:00

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This April O’Briain shows up in Trondheim with his 'Crowd Tickler' stand-up comedy show. Full of daring, hilarious anecdotes, from a science-orientated, charismatic mind, this makes for a real treat for anyone who likes a good laugh. (KG) 28 APRIL Scandic Lerkendal 460-535 NOK 20:00

Photo Exhibition Behind the walls - seen though the eyes of the prisoners' children Every year in Norway, between 6.000 and 9.000 children have a parent placed in jail. Through the eyes of three teenagers, this exhibition explores daily life in prison and the effects that incarceration of a parent can have on children and young people. The project was initiated by For Fangers Pårørende (FFP), the Organisation for Families and Friends of Prisoners. They wanted to focus on the diversity and normality of life in prison. Seen through the eyes of the children of inmates, who take the photos, the project is thought to be unique in a global context. The youths got access to Ullersmo prison in Oslo and

the result is a collection of subdued images. Empty corridors, locked doors and sterile walls are recurring themes, but alongside images of the gym or a visiting room filled with books and toys, the exhibition also offers a more rounded experience of what life is like behind walls. One of the artists is 16-year-old Carmen, whose dad has spent more than half of her lifetime in jail. She jumped at the chance to be involved in this project. “It was important to me to be able to express myself in a way that I had not had a chance to previously,” she says. “Through the photos I had the opportunity to tell my story in a different way.”

For Carmen, her involvement in this project was an extremely positive one. “The main thing I took from it was a sense of comfort. When I visited my dad in prison, all I saw was the visiting room. This project allowed me to walk down the same halls as he walked down, and it felt good to see that prison life was not as terrible as I had once thought it was.” See the exhibition at Trondheim Folkebibliotek, now until March 21. Entrance is free. For more info on FFP, go to www.ffp.no. (KM)

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Across the world the vegan movement is gaining momentum, including on our shores. Last year, Trondheim Vegan Fair was arranged for the first time and attendance far exceeded expectations, with more than a 1000 visitors packing Verkstedhallen to the brim.

Have you ever felt trapped in the gap between how you imagine your life to be and how it really is? Then Bill Bailey’s Limboland might be just the ticket! He comes to Olavshallen with his new show in April.

Building on the success, organizer Emma Jarvis promises the 2016 fair will be even bigger and better. Spread across several venues in Svartlamon this year, the event will comprise of around 30 stalls as well as lots to see and do, both for adults and children.

The last couple of years have seen a whole host of great UK comics performing in Trondheim, and we fully expect another cracker of a night when Bailey takes to the stage with his musical comedy act. Limboland has received great reviews in Australia, New Zealand and in his native UK.

“Veganism is not such a weird thing anymore, and we see an increased demand for and interest in vegan products,” says Jarvis. “Our aim is to make this fair open and accessible to people who are curious about veganism, as well as making it an interesting event for people who are already vegan or vegetarian.”

Before becoming a comedian, Bailey toured with an experimental theatrical troupe, played in a band, appeared on stage with the Worker’s Revolutionary Party and worked as a lounge pianist. In his live shows, music, jokes and theatrics are fused together to great effect.

Among the confirmed stallholders are Mat from Hagen and Trondheim Folkekjøkken. There will also be cookery classes from Oslo-based vegan bloggers Jane and Thomas from Veganplan.

With sharp wit, he tells tales of finding himself in this halfway place that is in limbo and rails against a world that does not quite match our expectations. Bailey is a well-travelled man, and the show also promises a “hilarious saga of a disastrous family trip to Norway to see the northern lights.” As a musician, Bailey always felt an urge to slip jokes into the music. Now, he slips music into his comedy, and no show would be complete without music. The heart-rending country and western ballad played on a bible sounds particularly intriguing. (KM) 27 A P R I L Olavsahallen 495 NOK 20:00

“We will have stalls both selling food to eat on the day as well as products like cheese and ice cream to take home,” says Jarvis. A vegan lifestyle is not just about what food you eat though. The fair will also highlight other products that contain animal-based ingredients and offer alternatives. Cosmetics for example, often contain non-vegan ingredients, and they are not always easy to spot. The event is sponsored by NOAH, Norsk Vegansamfunn and Trondheim Kommune. (KM) 23 A P R I L Svartlamon Free entrance trondheimveganfair.no

RBK Tippeligaen Returns It’s all change at the Lerkendal Stadium this season as top scorer and Norwegian international striker Alexander Søderlund was sold to St Etienne over the winter. The French club played Rosenborg in last season’s Europa League and were obviously impressed with what they saw, for they also signed highly-rated midfielder Ole Selnæs. We don’t have to wait long to see how Rosenborg will fare without two of their best players, for they face a tough start in defence of their 2015 Tippeligaen title. A visit to 2014 Cup finalists Odd on the

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opening weekend is followed swiftly by the first home game of the season against last season’s runners-up Strømsgodset. Coach Kåre Ingebrigtsen will look towards new signing Christian Gytkjær to replace the goals of Søderlund. The Danish striker has scored 36 goals over the past three seasons for Tippeligaen rivals Haugesund and will be under pressure to deliver. Also arriving at the Lerkendal is the unknown quantity Alex Gersbach from Australia’s Sydney FC. Pre-season has seen goals galore including a 7-3 victory over Kristiansand,

in which Christian Gytkjær netted from the spot. Other important dates for the diary include the holiday game against Lillestrøm (16 May), the meeting with Molde (28 May) and the final weekend of the season (6 Nov) when Bodø visit Trondheim. Will Rosenborg be celebrating? There’s only one way to find out. Tickets for individual games and season tickets packages can be purchased online at rbk.no now. (DN) 19 MARCH Lerkendal Stadium


Kosmorama, a six day film festival, will be happening from March 8-13, mostly in Trondheim's Kinosenter. The festival consists of the screenings of more than 70 films- some obscure, some mainstream, some for kids and some for adults. Besides the movie screenings, there will be guests speakers, seminars, parties, a quiz night, and activities for kids. During the day on Saturday and Sunday, there will be a free exhibition in the Nova foyer where kids can explore an app made by Ablemagic in Trondheim. If you feel like learning, several seminars will be accessible for free. Amnesty: Human Rights and Terrorism will be free on Thursday evening at the library. Film buffs may want to join Friday & Saturday night's film quiz (in Norwegian). The festival will screen several classic movies including Fargo, Singin' in the Rain, Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. 2001: A Space Odyssey will include a presentation by Douglas Trumbull, who supervised the special photographic effects of the film. Other highly anticipated films include The Idol about a man from Gaza who won Arab Idol in 2012, Carol, Cate Blanchett's Oscar Nominated New York romance, Spotlight, the star-studded drama about investigative journalism, and Welcome to Norway, a dark comedy about a racist hotel-owner who sets up an asylum centre to save his business. Many of the films have subtitles and most have multiple showings. What’s great is that many international films have English subtitles, which means that those of us who are not great at reading Norwegian get a chance to see some fantastic world cinema. Inside information tells us Wednesday is the day not to miss. Check out Kosmorama.no or our programme in this issue for screening times and more information on the films. (DanN) 

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Trøndelagsdagen is an annual career fair connecting employers from both private businesses and the public sector in the Trøndelag region with students, recent graduates and anyone on the job market. The aim of the career fair is to expose the approximately 40, 000 students in Trondheim region to the opportunities that exist for them to work and eventually settle down in Trondheim. According to the organisers - the Mid-Norway Chamber of Commerce - (NiT), most of these students leave Trondheim after their studies without being aware of the career opportunities available in the region. NiT is the voice of the business community in the region, committed to making Trøndelag the strongest commercial and industrial business region in Norway. Thus, their desire to build and maintain a strong regional economy by helping their members discover the locally available, qualified talent-pool that will help their businesses grow. Already over 25 companies from different sectors have confirmed their presence at the event. It will be the ideal place for attendees to meet and network with as many recruiters and HR personnel as they desire. In addition, participants will have the chance to learn more about internship positions, summer job prospects and permanent job position available at these companies. There will also be a wide range of entertaining and informative talks by business leaders lined up. The event is open to all job-seekers, and do not forget to bring a CV along! (LA) 7 APRIL Clarion Hotel & Congress, Brattørkaia

8 -13 M A R C H Tickets: 100 NOK (Student/senior 75 NOK) Festival pass: 975 NOK (Student/senior 675 NOK)

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Friday night and the lights are low, looking out for a place to go? Well, it’s actually a Saturday night at 19.30 but IS the place to go – a British tribute band playing ABBA’s all time hits in Olavshallen. And what about the Money, Money, Money you ask? Just 390 NOK per person! But let’s be serious, who would want to miss out on this? Not only are the musicians singing all the hits you know the lyrics to, but they will be dressed as ABBA and we are pretty sure that for a moment you won’t even know if they’re an illusion or the real deal. Robin Scott and Jules Dodd as Benny and Björn, Aileen Mclaughlin and TJ Davis as Agnetha and Anni-Frid. Fun fact - the name ABBA is a palindrome of the first letters of their names, but you knew that. You will be swinging and singing like crazy to hits like Dancing Queen, Waterloo, Take a Chance On Me, S.O.S and so on. In a very strange and unlikely case that you haven’t heard about them you should know that ABBA was a super group during the 1970’s and their music was labelled euro-pop. They had numerous hits on top charts around the world and they marked an era in European and world pop music. Their dramatic and intertwined love lives didn’t stop them from collaborating as musicians, but as everything good must come to an end, so did they. After releasing their last album in 1982 they stopped producing as ABBA even though there was never an official breakup of the group. Their hits are still popular so their legend continues. 15 MARCH Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgt. 44, 7011 Trondheim 19:30, 390 NOK

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This is not Elektrisk by Marcus and Martinus, no, no. This is actual electricity. Andreas Wahl will blow your mind, maybe even quite literally, with his amazing electric show in Olavshallen. Just kidding, it is very safe but be warned, you might have the time of your life. Electricity is really cool, we need it for almost everything, it is pure and powerful and deadly. You will never try and put your finger in an electrical socket just to see what happens. You’ve learned a long time ago from your mommy and daddy that that is a big no-no and very dangerous. But what if someone can show you really cool things that look dangerous but really aren’t? You probably have an idea about what this show is all about, and you’re all like: „Yeah, Tesla did that to, whatever, I don’t care, I’m an adult.“ LIES! You would love it. That is a mistery your little baby brain never solved by itself. Yes, you can rationalize everything because your were told what it would do, or you read about it, but the child in you is all about learning by doing, and that child loves experiments. So, why not treat the child within to an event like that? The show is recommended for adults and children of 10 and over. Andreas Wahl isn’t just some guy either. He is physicist, science communicator, presenter and three times champion in spitting cherry kernels. You read that correctly. Kids know his face from childrens TV and adults know him from NRK. He is a lovable, smart guy that will definitely teach you some cool stuff about electricity while doing some wild experiments that will make your hair stand on end! (JS) 15 MARCH Olavshallen Adult 385 nok, Student 295 nok, Galleri 335 nok, Gruppe (min 10) 295nok , Children 295 nok

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A big week at Brukbar/Blæst The legendary Jamaican producer and dub pioneer Lee Scratch Perry is riding his reggae train all the way to little town Trondheim, and it’s going to change your life. This 80-year old upsetter has his roots deep in the classics of reggae, and was the creative effort which helped unleash Bob Marley on an unsuspecting world. A humble songwriter for the likes of Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and King Tubby, Perry was the modest muse who worked tirelessly, fascinated and engrossed in the background. As others moved on to make their own fortunes, he remained committed to experimenting with the musical form. In the 70s he started the infamous Black Art studios and collaborations with many of the greats followed - Max Romeo, The Congoes, the Abyssians , Delroy Wilson, The Heptones and even the Clash. Today Perry is adored for visionary influence and enjoyed for his eccentric performances - expect wild costume, adorned with mirrors, shaman-like bangles and red beard dye. He brings with him long term musical associate Mad Professor, who is no slouch neither. One of the biggest names in Dub, The Mad Professor has been working with Perry since the 80s and has remixed for Sade, Massive Attack and the Orb amongst others. But why are we telling you al this? If you haven't bought a ticket by now then your chances of getting in are gone up in smoke, just like Black Art Studios did, when Perry burnt it down in ’84. But have no fear, for Brukbar/Blæst are pulling out all the stops to deliver you quality music in the run up to Lee Scratch Perry and Mad professor. Get your hip-hop, dub, dancehall, reggae fix two nights early with DJ Joddski’s Fette Najs club night on 9 April, featuring the Norwegian rap artist know for his DJ sets in Trondheim and Oslo. And get a glimpse of a star of the future in the form of Silvana Imam,playing on Friday 8 April. Hiphop by genre, but with a wide range of influences and a staunch political angle to her work, Silvana has taken her homeland Sweden by storm. With her long awaited debut album coming this spring, this is sure to be an expectant crowd, greeted with all the fist pumping and controversy which has seen Silvana sell out concerts across her homeland. "I was mad. In my heart. But not in my mind. I have never been physically mad,” once wrote Perry. Just wait brother, just wait… This is gonna be an epic long weekend at Brukbar/Blæst . 8 APRIL Silvana Imam 21:00 200 NOK

9 APRIL Fette Najs 21:00 100 NOK

11 APRIL Lee "Scratch" Perry + Mad Professor 21:00 350 NOK - SOLD OUT! All at Brukbar/Blæst, Nedre Elvehaven

Jazzfest One to plan ahead for As the ice begins to thaw, so does our resolve to stay in and be ‘homely’. With so much going on this period we might be in danger of exhausting ourselves too early, because next month there is an event of world class music which deserves an early mention in all our calendars. Trondheim’s very own international jazz festival, Jazzfest, has been around in one form or another since 1980 and now it’s back with a boom. The List spoke to Ernst Wiggo Sandbakk, Jazzfest’s general manager, with responsibility for the festival’s artistic content. “Trondheim has a high international standing in the world of jazz, not least because of the success of Jazzlinja at NTNU (a programme which offers education in a creative jazz, started in 1979), which has delivered forerunners for new European jazz for decades.” “We’re working on making Jazzfest an established destination, though we are quite different from other festivals in general. I think we have an excellent festival programme, because we have a large proportion of homegrown productions, as well as commissioned works and world premieres: collaborations playing together for the first time, etc.” This year Jazzfest will present four such commissions and no less than 12 homegrown pro-

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ductions, including Frode Fjellheim and Mari Boine with Trondheim Symphony Orchestra. You’ll also get the chance to hear international star Dee Dee Bridgewater with Trondheim’s own Knut Lauritzen Bigband. Check out the website jazzfest.no for programme information, tickets and details about the conference, consisting of seminars, workshops, “artist talks” and a panel discussion. Full listings in next issue of The List - an interview with one of the most exciting bookings, Eyes of a Blue Dog, playing at Brukbar/Blæst 4 May. And if you can’t wait so long, then check out Jazzfest’s warm up event, Zap Mama at Dokkhuset on 17 May. This Congolese/Belgian artist is returning too Trondheim for the first time since 2011 and promises a harmonic treat for your ears, laced with African vibes and style. 17 MARCH Zap Mama Dokkhuset 390/290 NOK

4 - 8 M AY Jazzfest Various prices and venues, see jazzfest.no Festival pass 1590/590 NOK More information in issue 10 of The List


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Kosmorama ÅPNINGSFILM

Carol

08.03.2016 - 18:30 NOVA 1 09.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 3

Carol, Kosmorama’s opening film, is already up for six Oscars. Cate Blanchett plays a married woman from the upper class who falls in love with a younger sales woman. They face impossible odds in 1950’s New York.

Box

10.03.2016 - 22:10 NOVA 13.03.2016 - 20:10 NOVA 4 A feel-good drama about a young boxer and a middle-aged actress who are each facing obstacles. Their fates collide as they navigate their own lives in Romania.

Det Vita Folket

Ixcanul

A dystopian future film that manages a current political critique. Alex is brought to an institute outside of society where people are unaware of ethnicity or race. They all must anticipate their individual and arbitrary “return.” Age: 15 Language: Swedish Subtitle: Swedish 79 mins.

In a remote Guatemalan society where the men are almost entirely concerned with money and drinking, the women and the close bond between Maria and her mother represent the hope for the future in this society. They are the only dash of colour in an otherwise grey, but beautiful volcanic landscape.

08.03.2016 - 20:20 NOVA 4 11.03.2016 - 16:10 NOVA 2 12.03.2016 - 16:10 NOVA 4

Age: 15 Language: Romanian, Hungarian Subtitle: English 93 mins.

Age: 15 Language: Spanish Subtitle: English 93 mins.

Chevalier Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: Norwegian 118 mins.

10.03.2016 - 20:10 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 11:40 NOVA 4

In the Amazon, we meet the shaman Karamakate, the last survivor of his kind, and experience his friendship with two scientists who searched for the psychedelic Yakruna plant for over 40 years. An epos in black and white.

Aferim!

11.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 4 12.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 13:40 NOVA 4

A dark comedy chaos set in the Balkans during the 1850s: an officer and his son are searching for an escaped Gypsy slave. During their journey, they meet some colourful characters. Age: 15 Language: Romanian, Turkish, Romany Subtitle: English 108 mins.

On a yacht in the middle of the Aegean Sea, six men go to work on a series of personal and psychological challenges. Chevalier is an absurd and fascinating comedy that touches on complex themes of masculinity and class distinctions. Age: 15 Language: Greek Subtitle: English 99 mins.

Chronic

09.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 4 11.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 4 12.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 5 Tim Roth plays an idealistic home nurse who gets into trouble for his rigid profes-

Amama — When a Tree Falls 09.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 4 11.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 4 12.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 4

Amaia has been raised on a traditional Basque farm but feels restless. She attempts to combine her artistic ambitions with her heritage. Her father sees this as a rejection of tradition, and Amaia feels torn between the world and her roots; her family. Age: 15 Language: Basque Subtitle: English 103 mins.

Embrace of the Serpent 10.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 1 12.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 1

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sionalism. The film shows his experiences as he supports chronically ill people and secrets emerge about his own past. Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 93 mins.

08.03.2016 - 18:20 NOVA 4 11.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 3 13.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 4

Age: 15 Langauge: Spanish, Portuguese, German, Catalan, Latin Subtitle: English 125 mins.

Enclave

08.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 4 09.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 3 Set in 2004 in a small Serbian community protected by the UN, Enclave looks at the heritage of ethnic cleansing and the inner conflict between the Serbs and Muslim Albania. Age: 15 Language: Serbian, German, Albanian, Italian Subtitle: English 92 mins.

Let Them Come

09.03.2016 - 20:30 NOVA 4 10.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 4 11.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 4

Let Them Come takes place during the chaos that arose in Algeria before and after the election of the National Assembly in 1991, when the Islamic party, Front Islamique du Salut (FIS), was in growth. A civil war broke out, and as many as 100 000 were killed. At the start of the film, the Islamic powers are visible in the background, but they soon become more and more substantial in the main character’s life. Age: 18 Language: French, Arabic Subtitle: English 95 mins.

Mountain

11.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 4 12.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 5 An orthodox Jewish woman and her family lives in a house right on top of a cemetery next to the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. They are very religious, which is clearly visible in the relationship between husband and wife. She wants her husband to see her as a woman, not just as mother to their children. The lack of sexual attention sends her on nightly walks in the cemetery.


What’s on

Kosmorama It turns out this is a gathering point for prostitutes and criminals. Gradually she becomes more involved in these activities. Age: 15 Language: Hebrew Subtitle: English 83 mins.

Angry Indian Goddesses 08.03.2016 - 15:00 NOVA 3 10.03.2016 - 11:40 NOVA 5 10.03.2016 - 21:30 NOVA 1

Under Sandet

12.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 5 13.03.2016 - 15:50 NOVA 4 The film is about young German prisoners of war after WWII who are forced to do the extremely dangerous job of clearing the Danish beaches for mines. Nearly 50% of the prisoners died in this task. Many of the soldiers were quite young and did not explicitly choose to become soldiers.

A feminist film about six friends in India who are reunited for a wedding preperation. They sort through social issues together from different perspectives while celebrating youth, freedom, womanhood, and each other. Age: 15 Language: Hindi Subtitle: English 115 mins.

Baba Joon Age: 15 Language: German, Danish, English Subtitle: English 100 mins.

CINERAMA

10.03.2016 - 16:10 NOVA 3 11.03.2016 - 14:10 NOVA 2 Baba Joon is about a family of Iranian farmers in Israel. A bitter conflict begins when the young son declares to his father that he does not want to become a farmer; he is more interested in repairing cars. Israel’s Oscar contribution.

Blackhearts

11.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 1 12.03.2016 - 15:50 NOVA 3

Dégradé

12.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 2

A long-anticipated documentary about the people who play Black Metal music. Their stories are very different: from Iran, Greece, Colombia, and Norway. The film explores the surprising culture behind “the devil’s music.” The Kosmorama showing will be a world premiere.

Age: 15 Language: Norwegian, English, Spanish, Greek, Persian Subtitle: English 87 mins.

Several women are waiting in line in a hairdressing salon on the Gaza Strip. The women are from different social statuses in Palestinian society, and the atmosphere is tense. The tension heightens when a conflict occurs on the street outside of the salon, and the women are trapped inside. Age: 15 Language: Arabic Subtitle: English 85 mins.

Boychoir

Det som en gang var

11.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 13:00 NOVA 1

10.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 3 12.03.2016 - 11:50 NOVA 3

A Norwegian premiere at Kosmorama! A coming of age film about two friends standing on the verge of adulthood. We join them for a night in Oslo that tests their friendship.

1944

09.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 4 10.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 5

Age: 12 Language: Hebrew, Persian Subtitle: English 91 mins.

Estonian countrymen are forced to choose between the German and Soviet armies during WWII, which pits brother against brother. The film follows two soldiers and their experiences. Age: 15 Language: Estonian, Russian, German Subtitle: English 100 mins.

A Bigger Splash

09.03.2016 - 21:30 NOVA 1 10.03.2016 - 17:00 NOVA 2

Concussion

12.03.2016 - 21:00 NOVA 1 13.03.2016 - 17:50 NOVA 2

Alias Maria

09.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 16:10 NOVA 5 A group of Colombia’s FARC soldiers is on a mission to deliver the commander’s baby safely. Among them is Maria, a 13-yearold child soldier who finds herself pregnant and terrified. The FARC soldiers are strictly forbidden from having children. We join her as she navigates. Age: 15 Language: Spanish Subtitle: English 91 mins.

After his mother’s death, Stet ends up at a boarding school for boys and singing in the school’s choir. He finds a unique gift for choral music, but is pushed to the limit by demanding choir director (Dustin Hoffman). He struggles to fit in and make the most of his soprano gift before puberty steals it. Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 103 mins.

Tilda Swinton plays a rock star trying to escape it all on holiday with her boyfriend when the party is crashed by the star’s eccentric ex-boyfriend (Ralph Fiennes) and his newly discovered daughter (Dakota Johnson). This fresh take on family dysfunction has sense of humour and a dark undertone. Age: 15 Language: English, Italian Subtitle: Norwegian 124 mins.

Will Smith stars in this drama based on a true story. Bennet Omalu, a Nigerian Immigrant to the U.S. discovers a link between American Football and neurological deterioration. He must fight the National Football League giants, who try to suppress his research.

Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 123 mins.

Age: 15 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 80 mins.

Don’t Tell Me the Boy Was Mad 08.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 1 09.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 1 10.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 1 11.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 1 13.03.2016 - 20:20 NOVA 2

A grandmother survived the Turkish genocide against the Armenians and her grandson joins an army to fight for the Armenian cause. A film about otherwise reasonable young people joining radical terrorist groups. Age: 15 Language: French, Armenian, German Subtitle: Norwegian 134 mins.


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Kosmorama Dora or the Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents 08.03.2016 - 20:10 NOVA 2 10.03.2016 - 22:10 NOVA 5

Kristin and Felix are a middle aged couple with an 18-year-old daughter with disabilities. When Dora’s sexuality begins to awaken in the form of an unusual relationship, her parents must confront difficult questions about boundaries and intimacy. Age: 15 Language: German Subtitle: English 90 mins.

Dreams Rewired

11.03.2016 - 18:10 NOVA 5 A collage documentary about a time when radio, film, telephones, and television were entirely new. Contextualizes the technology we use on a daily basis and makes us wonder what will be next. Narrated by Tilda Swinton.

Age: 12 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 88 mins.

Eddie the Eagle

12.03.2016 - 18:30 NOVA 1 A quirky inspirational film about Britain’s only Olympic ski jumper, Eddie Edwards, who had virtually never completed a full jump before arriving in Calgary for the 1988 Olympics. This against-all-odds comedy seems like it will be a cross between Rudy and Cool Runnings.

Age: A Language: English Subtitle: Norwegian 105 mins.

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The Endless River

11.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 5 13.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 5 Giles loses what is dearest to him in a terrible way. Tiny is a waitress who gets her husband back from prison just to watch him disappear again. They are two tired souls in a wild and beautiful landscape. Can they find comfort in each other? This mysterious film has elements of a Western and a psychological thriller.

Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 108 mins.

Eva Nova

12.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 5

Fatima

09.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 2 10.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 5 10.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 9

Dima is a skilled plumber who dreams about a degree in engineering. One day he takes a look at a burst pipe in one of the city’s many dismal apartment buildings. He discovers that the whole building is about to collapse. Dima tells the people responsible about the threat. He faces a wall of bureaucracy, selfishness and corruption, further complicating the situation.

Age: 15 Language: Russian Subtitle: English 116 mins.

The Fear of 13

Heart of a Dog

09.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 5 13.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 3

In the opening of Eva Nova we see 62 year old actress Eva leaving a rehab centre for alcoholics, again. Returning to reality, Eva decides to mend the relationships to her estranged and adult son. Years of neglect, resentment and anxiety makes the attempt unsuccessful, but a substantial twist of fate hurls her back into his life. Age: 15 Language: Slovak Subtitle: English 106 mins.

Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 96 mins.

Experimenter

The Fencer

Experimenter is a playful and intellectual portrayal of the social psychologist Stanley Milgram, who conducted experiments on obedience in 1961. Through his experiments, Milgram explored obedience to authority in an attempt to understand how Nazi Germany could make ordinary people commit the most horrid crimes. Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 98 mins.

10.03.2016 - 21:30 NOVA 2 12.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 5

Fatima lives with her two daughters in Lyon and makes a living as a housekeeper. The only thing she wants is to ensure a future for her daughters, though she feels she cannot reach through to them. When Fatima falls ill she begins writing to them in her mother tongue what she cannot express in French. Fatima received standing ovation after its screening in Cannes. Age: 15 Language: French, Arabic Subtitle: English 79 mins.

A story about a convicted felon who after 23 years on death row applies to get his own execution set in motion. Is he really guilty? Prepare yourself for a jaw-dropping twist. Fans of Making a Murderer and Serial should enjoy this film.

08.03.2016 - 11:50 NOVA 2 08.03.2016 - 11:50 NOVA 3 09.03.2016 - 16:10 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 17:10 NOVA 1

The Fool

08.03.2016 - 18:10 NOVA 2 11.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 1

Endel lives a secluded life as an elementary school teacher in Estonia. When his students find out that he is a talented fencer, they ask that he teach them. This draws unwanted attention as Endel is trying to hide his true identity. Finland’s Oscar contribution. Age: 15 Language: Estonian, Russian Subtitle: English 93 mins.

08.03.2016 - 14:20 NOVA 5 09.03.2016 - 20:20 NOVA 5 10.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 3

Heart of a Dog is somewhere between the experience of a playful poem, a composition and a beautiful piece of art, existing somewhere between dreams and reality. The film is a reflection by the director on the deaths of her husband, her dog, and her mother. Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: none 75 mins.

The High Sun

09.03.2016 - 16:30 NOVA 1 13.03.2016 - 17:50 NOVA 4 The film shows three independent narratives: one in 1991, one in 2001 and one in 2011, all about people in Yugoslavia. The film illustrates change and lack of change in society after the civil war. Age: 15 Language: Croatian Subtitle: English 123 mins.


What’s on

Kosmorama Ice and the Sky

08.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 1 12.03.2016 - 16:20 NOVA 5

Age: 15 Language: French Subtitle: English 93 mins.

Lamb

London Road

08.03.2016 - 21:30 NOVA 1 10.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 5 12.03.2016 - 18:10 NOVA 5

08.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 2 12.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 2

The French glaciologist Claude Lorius came to Antarctica as a young scientist for the first time in the 50s, almost by coincidence. The research and the ground-breaking discoveries shown through this unique footage displays the drama and excitement that occurs during the expeditions. Age: 15 Language: French Subtitle: English 89 mins.

Idol

08.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 1 09.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 1 10.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 1 10.03.2016 - 17:00 NOVA 1 11.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 2 12.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 2

Prepare yourself for something as rare as a feel-good film from Gaza. The Idol is inspired by the true story of Mohammad Assaf, the man who became known worldwide as the first person from Gaza to win the Arab Idol in 2012. The film portrays what childhood is like on the Gaza Strip with both joys and sorrows. You will cheer for Mohammad and his journey all the way to Idol. Age: 6 Language: Arabic Subtitle: Norwegian 100 mins.

The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun 11.03.2016 - 22:10 NOVA 1 13.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 5

A remake of an Italian film from the 70’s: The aesthetics of the 70’s have rarely looked as good as this. Fashion, art and French elegance have been mixed together in an ultra-cool style, with the sensual Freya Mavor in the lead. This is a playful and nostalgic thriller that presents a solid argument in favour of style over substance.

Ephraim and his pet lamb are left to live with his aunt’s family. His father has to go to the capital to find work after the mother’s death, and Ephraim has to grow up

without his closest family. When his uncle tells him that his lamb must be sacrificed, Ephraim shows that he is willing to do just about anything to save his friend. A nuanced portrayal of Ethiopia. Age: 15 Language: Amharic Subtitle: English 96 mins.

Interestingly, a musical all based on documented events that took place in Ipswich in 2006 when five prostitutes were killed by the same person. The lyrics and dialogue all come verbatim from interviews. Age: 12 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 91 mins.

Mammas drøm

08.03.2016 - 16:30 NOVA 2 11.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 4

A Minor Leap Down

08.03.2016 - 16:30 NOVA 4 12.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 3 Nahal is a middle class Iranian woman in her 30’s and she is four months pregnant. During a routine checkup, she gets bad news but cannot quite share the news with her husband or mother. Her strengths and weaknesses create an interesting, multifaceted character.

Age: 15 Language: Persian Subtitle: English 88 mins.

Orion: The Man Who Would Be King 10.03.2016 - 19:30 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 3

Land and Shade

08.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 5 10.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 5 11.03.2016 - 15:40 NOVA 3

A house stands alone in the middle of a sugar plantation. Ashes endlessly fall from the sky because of the the constant burning of the remains of the sugar plant. An older man, Alfonso visits the farm in an attempt to look after his dying son, and to be reunited with his daughter-in-law and his ex-wife. We witness a journey towards reconciliation and forgiveness. Age: 15 Language: Spanish Subtitle: English 97 mins.

The Lobster

10.03.2016 - 14:30 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 21:30 NOVA 1

In the dystopian future, Colin Farrell stars as David, who must fall in love in 45 days or he will be transformed into an animal and live in the wilderness. A surprising and interesting love story. Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 118 mins.

We meet Gunnhild Finborud Nøren, director Mali’s mother. Gunnhild is a crafts artist, but she never got the chance to use her education as an adult. So many things got in the way, she says: children, the house and the home amongst other things. She grew up in a time when it was difficult for women to start working, especially as artists. When she retired, Gunnhild decided to give it another go. Age: A Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 52 mins.

Min Datter, Min Søster 09.03.2016 - 18:10 NOVA 2 11.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 2 11.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 6

Originally titled Les Cowboys, Min Datter, Min Søster is about a young woman who disappears from home suddenly with her Muslim boyfriend. Her father fears for her safety and goes searching for her with the help of his son. Age: 15 Language: English, French Subtitle: Norwegian 104 mins.

This documentary proves that true events sometimes outshine fiction. After Elvis’s death, a masked performer emerged known only as Orion. Many people believed he was Elvis with a voice that was virtually identical. This is a story about life itself, about victory and defeat, and how unpredictable our existence can be. Age: 12 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 89 mins.

A Perfect Day

12.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 4 13.03.2016 - 19:10 NOVA 1

An absurd comedy set as a group of aid workers try to clean up after the civil war in the Balkans. The roads are filled with mines and the wells have been ruined. Stars Javier Bardem, Benicio Del Torro, Tim Roth, and Tim Robbins. Age: 15 Language: English, Serbian, Spanish, French, Bosnian Subtitle: English 106 mins.

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Kosmorama Say Something

09.03.2016 - 17:00 NOVA 3 13.03.2016 - 20:10 NOVA 5 What happens when your adolescence has been characterized by violence? Can you move on to be free and have normal interpersonal relationships? Say Something provides some answers. We follow Isabell from her graduation party to uncomfortable adventures in the USA and to a life as a Swedish expatriate worker in Norway. Anders Teigen strengthens Trøndelag as a leading region of documentaries in Norway.

the journalists dig deeper, they find the unravelling story is even bigger and more important than they imagined. Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams and Mark Ruffalo are all in top form.

Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: Norwegian 128 mins.

Standing Tall

11.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 1

Schneider vs. Bax

13.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 3 Schneider, a seemingly ordinary family man, gets a call from his supervisor and is ordered to grab his rifle and get to work. The “job” is to assassinate a lonely writer, whose addiction could kill him before Schneider does. The only problem being that the writer has also been hired to assassinate him. Schneider vs. Bax is as unpredictable as they get, and filled to the brim with black humour. Age: 15 Language: Dutch Subtitle: English 96 mins.

Spotlight

08.03.2016 - 21:30 NOVA 5 10.03.2016 - 14:20 NOVA 4 A special investigative team for the Boston Globe begins to investigate the abuses in the Catholic Church in the early 2000s. As

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09.03.2016 - 16:10 NOVA 5 10.03.2016 - 20:20 NOVA 5 11.03.2016 - 13:50 NOVA 3

Costi is leading a normal life when his annoying neighbor hits him up to search for a lost fortune that may be buried in his yard. Costi eventually goes along with the idea and the two embark on a search together. Age: 15 Language: Romanian Subtitle: English 89 mins.

Truman

09.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 5 11.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 5 12.03.2016 - 13:40 NOVA 3

Age: 15 Language: Swedish Subtitle: English 75 mins.

11.03.2016 - 17:40 NOVA 3 12.03.2016 - 17:40 NOVA 3

The Treasure

Standing Tall is a heavy social realist story that still manages to be both warm and optimistic. The young boy Malony is already a “lost case” when his mother gives up custody and leaves him in the care the judicial system at the age of 6. Catherine Deneuve plays a judge that seeks to protect Malony from the start; a project she will struggle with until he is a grown man and she reaches her retirement age. Age: 15 Language: French Subtitle: English 120 mins.

Summer Solstice

11.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 5 12.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 2

As Julian is dealing with cancer, he gets a surprise visit from a childhood friend, Tomas. Due to his diagnosis, Julian decides he must give away his beloved dog, Truman. During the four day visit, the two work through the situation. A film about friendship and acceptance.

08.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 10:00 NOVA 5

11 asylum seekers and one volunteer have just a few days to put together a play about Wilhelm Tell, a legendary Swiss freedom fighter from the 1300’s. As they rehearse, drama arises concerning their asylum requests. Age: 15 Language: Swiss German, German Subtitle: English 94 mins.

Virgin Mountain

08.03.2016 - 18:00 NOVA 5 13.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 5 Fusi is a 43-year-old big guy who lives with his mother. What happens when he and Sjofn fall in love against all odds?

Age: 15 Language: Spanish, English Subtitle: Norwegian 108 mins.

Warm and human. Age: 9 Language: Icelandic Subtitle: Norwegian 94 mins.

Under Kirsebærtrærne

RAMASKRIK

10.03.2016 - 19:00 NOVA 1 11.03.2016 - 11:50 NOVA 5

Sentaro is a lonely confectioner who makes traditional Japanese pancakes. He takes on a new young employee who shows him a better way to make the pancakes. We find out that both have hidden secrets in their past.

German occupied Poland in 1943. Romek works at the railway, and is in love with Franka, while Guido serves as military police in the German army, and loves American jazz. We see a portrayal of the war’s double standard and the coincidence that determines which side you end up on. Age: A Language: Polish, German, Russian Subtitle: English 100 mins.

Unlikely Heroes

Age: 12 Language: Japanese Subtitle: Norwegian 113 mins.

Baskin

08.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 3 11.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 3 A modern psychological horror film from Turkey. Four police officers are called for backup and summoned to a maze-like house to encounter a surreal, infernal nightmare. Age: 18 Language: Turkish Subtitle: Norwegian 97 mins.


What’s on

Kosmorama The Devil’s Candy

09.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 3 12.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 3 Married couple Astrid and Jesse move with their teenage daughter to their dream house in the Texan countryside. Upon arriving, they find out the previous owners had been murdered in the house. The unstable son of the dead couple intrudes into their lives. A horror film with a mixture of haunted house and home invasion.

they find an empty house to take shelter in. The house turns out to be anything but safe, and something is mysteriously wrong. Age: 15 Language: German, Norwegian, English Subtitle: Norwegian 98 mins.

Southbound

10.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 3 13.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 3 Welcome to five uncomfortable, brutal short films that together make up the anthology Southbound. The common denominator for these shorts are that they all unfold in rural America. We witness devil worshiping, a highly improvised surgery and a home invasion from hell.

Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 90 mins.

The Green Inferno

10.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 3 13.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 3 A group of activists go from New York City to the Amazonian jungle to draw attention to an endangered Indian tribe. After a plane crash, they are captured by the same tribe they are trying to protect. The film is a modern tribute to the Italian cannibal films from the 1970- and 1980s, and genre fans will be satisfied by bloody effects interspersed with shock and discomfort.

Age: 18 Language: English Subtitle: Norwegian 100 mins.

Huset

09.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 3 12.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 3

Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 89 mins.

Sun Choke

08.03.2016 - 20:00 NOVA 3 11.03.2016 - 22:00 NOVA 3

The Coen brother´s classic “homespun murder” in the freezing cold of Minnesota. One of the funniest murders in film history, made complete by extreme Northern accents, Steve Buscemi, and Francis McDormand. Come celebrate its 20th anniversary. Age: 18 Language: English Subtitle: Norwegian 98 mins.

12.03.2016 - 13:50 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 2

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 09.03.2016 - 22:10 NOVA 2

A gesture in memory of the late and great David Bowie: his 1973 concert movie from London in which he plays his alter-ego, Ziggy Stardust.

Age: 12 Language: English Subtitle: No subtitle 90 mins.

KO S M O K I D S

Arriettas hemmelige verden 12.03.2016 - 16:00 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 3 Janie has just had a nervous breakdown and wants to get back on her feet. She tries not to fall into her old patterns as she seeks help from her caretaker Irma, who enforces a strict health regimen including yoga, meditation and colouring therapy. A psychological character study. Age: 15 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 83 mins.

Lille frk Norge

Beneath the floor, in a big and beautiful house in a magical and overgrown garden, lives 14 year old Arietta with her parents. They are all four-inches tall. The tiny fam-

A modern Cinderella story mixed with the horrors of the modern world. Lotte has recently lost her mother when her father, Helge (Bård Tufte Johansen) gets a new girlfriend, the former beauty queen Kristin (Ingrid Lorentzen), and while her father is away, Kristin turns cold and self-absorbed and things start to change. The evil stepmother begins preparing her daughter and Lotte for the Little Miss Norway competition. Age: 6 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 90 mins.

Marnie - Min Hemmelige Venninne 12.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 1 13.03.2016 - 15:40 NOVA 2

After being sent to live with relatives in the countryside, shy, adolescent Anna falls in love with an abandoned mansion and becomes close friends with Marnie, the outgoing girl who lives there. But is Marnie real? An animated film about loneliness and friendship. Age: 6 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 103 mins.

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Fargo

09.03.2016 - 20:10 NOVA 2 11.03.2016 - 14:00 NOVA 1

ily survives by borrowing furniture, tools, water and food from their host, an old woman who lives above the floorboards. Their lives are complicated when Arrietta is discovered. Age: 6 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 94 mins.

Two German soldiers and a Norwegian prisoner are caught in a storm, but luckily

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Kosmorama Min Nabo Totoro

12.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 2 13.03.2016 - 13:50 NOVA 2

OPPLEVELSER

2001: A Space Odyssey 11.03.2016 - 20:20 NOVA 2

A Sci-Fi classic from 1968. Stanley Kubrick’s famous space odyssey sparked people’s imaginations for decades with this tale about a crew (including super computer HAL) venturing to space to investigate a mysterious object beneath the moon’s surface. My Neighbor Totoro is a colourful and magical animation film from the world famous Studio Ghibli and director Hayao Miyazaki. It is a children’s film that adults will appreciate as well. It emanates from an incredible imagination and shows us a world that resembles our own, but where magic lurks around every corner. Age: A Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 86 mins.

Kung Fu Panda 3

12.03.2016 - 12:00 NOVA 1 13.03.2016 - 15:10 NOVA 1 The third instalment in the series about a clumsy panda training to be a warrior. Po continues his quest to become a true dragon warrior. He has to face several challenges, both supernatural and those a little closer to his home.

musician and original: Arvid Sletta. If you listen closely you will discover a man who does exactly what he wants to. The film beautifully portrays the strength and determination it takes to create something different and personal. Age: A Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No subtitle 38 mins.

Trace

08.03.2016 - 20:20 NOVA 5 09.03.2016 - 22:40 NOVA 4 A short viking epic about Baldr, an explorer carrying knowledge from distant lands

Age: 12 Language: English, Russian Subtitle: No Subtitle 141 mins.

Singin’ in the Rain

11.03.2016 - 19:00 KONGENS GATE ALLMENNING

and lost empires. He and his men fear the unkntown and seek to slay wisdom-bearers. Made with help from lots of people in Trondheim. Age: 15 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: English 36 mins.

Welcome to Norway 09.03.2016 - 19:00 NOVA 1

In this dark comedy, Anders Baasmo Christiansen plays an ambitious racist who sets up an asylum centre to save his resort hotel. We meet 50 frozen asylum seekers, one enthusiastic African, the Directorate of

Age: 6 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: No Subtitle 95 mins.

The 1952 classic Singin’ in the Rain is known to be one of the best Hollywood musicals ever made. Even 50 years later, the film is clever and amusing and gives us an interesting glimpse of one of the biggest changes in film history – the transition to sound. Age: 9 Language: English Subtitle: No Subtitle 102 mins.

Statement Too

09.03.2016 - 19:00 NOVA 3 10.03.2016 - 17:00 NOVA 4

This documentary is a portrait of the

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Immigration, a depressed wife (Henriette Steenstrup) and a dissatisfied teenage daughter. Everyday problems meet world problems and you get a conglomeration of broken illusions and dark comedy. Age: 15 Language: Norwegian Subtitle: English 90 mins.


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What’s on

Concerts 02 MARCH

04 M A R C H

05 MARCH

09 MARCH

Geoff Berner/Ingrid Synger Griseviser

Blood on Wheels

Jonas Ledang

Andreas Aase

05 MARCH

10 M A R - 11 M A R

Minor Majority

Susanne Sundfør

05 MARCH

10 MARCH

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 170 NOK A night of punk, political satire, Balkan dance rhythms and politically incorrect griseviser.

Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 Trondheim 21:30, 150 NOK

02 MARCH

Hanna Paulsberg Concept

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 200 NOK Think sixties John Coltrane & Wayne Shorter, but still fresh, vital, delicate and playful.

03 MARCH

Pop Club: Zaginata, Russell Bluesband+TBA

Longhaired, bearded, hard-hitting handsome young men playing classical, tenacious and dirty rock. Check out their new video Lie To You, on Youtube now.

04 M A R C H

Hurra Torpedo

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 170 NOK 60s and 70s music.

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 22:00, Sold out A band that uses kitchen appliances in their song will surely make you boogie.

04 MARCH

05 M A R C H

Cherry Duo

Bror forsgren

Zaginata, Russell Bluesband

Mattis Thorjussen Kulset & Frode Thorjussen Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, 190/140 NOK Concert, artist from the Lionheart brothers, Jaga Jazziest and Silence the foe.

05 M A R C H

KLISH + Mats Dawg, The Message after party

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 150 NOK Hip-hop and rap concert with KLISH and Mats Dawg. After party with The Message. Cherry Duo is improvisation and playfullness. Their musical mix is inspired by legends as Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell, with a hint of Sigur Ros and elektronica.

04 MARCH

Temporary

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free Folk inspired music with a twist.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free Acoustic show with new tunes from Jonas Ledang.

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 21:00, 350 NOK The band celebrates 10 year anniversary of their ‘Reasons to Hang Around’ album.

Rasmus Rohde

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, Free At Antikvariatet Sundays are the new Saturdays. Don’t sit at home and dwell on the coming week, come and join in the jam! Instruments available to borrow for free.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, Sold out Having graced all festival posters in the summer Susanne Sundfør finally comes back to Samfundet.

50/50 Aiming For Enrike

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 20:00, 150 NOK Solo concert with Rasmus Rohde from “Rasmus og verdens beste band”. Rasmus is testing new material in addition to performing some of his old (both known and unknown) material.

Brukbarbar/Blæst 50/50

07 MARCH

10 MARCH

Jazz for the Future

Meta.Morf 2016 – Bleau/ Messier/Kolgen

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 200/100 NOK KLBB presenting young musical talents.

07 MARCH

Gill Landry

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 21:00, 220 NOK

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 50 NOK Progressive fuzz pop by super intense Norwegian duo Aiming For Enrike.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:30, 150/100 NOK Musical algorithms based on motion / pushing the everyday imaginary a little further /abstracted sound and dramatic visual motifs.

11 MARCH

Kiap

Michal Wróblewski, Magnus Jønnum Grimnes &Magnus Sefaniassen Eide Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free

05 M A R - 3 0 A P R

Lørdag på Søndag - every Sunday

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK Local guitarist playing acoustic Scandinavian music.

Former lead vocal/guitar and banjo player of Old Crow Medicine show having a solo concert.

09 MARCH

Thomas Brøndbo – Live 20 år

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:00, 325 NOK Thomas Brøndbo celebratin 20 year of his carrier.

Music of KIAP is based on riffs, grooves, patterns and other rhythmical material and it’s influenced by different music, like rock, metal music or New York downtown avant-garde scene.

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Concerts 11 MARCH

12 MARCH

16 MARCH

24 M A R - 26 M A R

Band Night

Spidergawd + France Wave

Viseklubben Maja

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 22:00, 270 NOK Local supergroup ready to knock your socks off!

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free Assured good time for music lovers with performances, sing alongs & open stage.

Rasmus og Verdens Beste Band

12 MARCH

16 MARCH

24 M A R C H

Erlend Ropstad

KULTURSKOLEN GO4IT

BÖNKERS

Kultursenteret ISAK 18:00, Free Concert featuring bands from ISAK.

11 MARCH

Erlend Ropstad, and band

Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 250 NOK Part of Avant Garden’s series of spring concerts in collaboration with Moskus: First out is critically acclaimed pop artist Erlend Ropstad. Poetic and gentle from Southern Norway.

11 MARCH

Anna Ternheim

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 21:00, 325 NOK Popular Swedish singer/songwriter is back with a new album.

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 20:00, 275/125 NOK Erlend released his new album this November, and received impressive critical acclaim.

13 MARCH

Meta. Morf 2016 – Michael Rataj + Myhr/Marhaug Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 19:00, 150/100 NOK

Erlend Ropstad Band Erlend Ropstad

11 MARCH

Yellow and Black Laymen

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 18:30, Free Concert night with Trondheim’s Culture School.

17 MARCH

Anne Lene Hägglund with band Anne Lene Hägglund

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 21:00, 120 NOK Anne Lene Hägglund will soon release her 3rd album, which she record in a house built by her grandparents in 1936.

11 MARCH

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 250 NOK The concert is at Avant Garden in collaboration with Avant Garden.

Diamonds, Ellkaida, Insert Name Here, Funk Storband, Fønn, Marlene og Gutta

18 MARCH Kim Myhr and Lasse Marhaug: Commissioned composition for Meta.Morf 2016, co-founded by the Arts Council Norway.

William Hut

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 20:00, TBA Evening of great tunes and amazing songwriting.

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 17:00, 150/75 NOK Catchy music, antics and funny lyrics that will delight both young and old.

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 22:30, 335 NOK In the mood for some Americana? Then this Easter evening is made for you.

25 M A R C H

Sondre Justad

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 21:00, 295 NOK Justad received 3 Spelleman nominations for his debut album.

29 M A R C H

Skadedyr

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:00, TBA Improvisation clichés, unorthodox instrument combinations and alternative playing techniques.

30 M A R C H

FRI FORM #22: Alex Ward/ Steve Noble

14 MARCH

18 MARCH

Øra#100

Barchan // Klub Kanin

Alex Ward/Steve Noble

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, 21:00, 150 NOK Local bands promising an energetic night.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:00, 150/100 NOK Concert series focusing on improvised music in various genres.

19 MARCH

31 M A R C H

Graveyard

De Underjordiske

12 MARCH

20 M A R C H

31 M A R C H

Maria Mena

Trond Svendsen with lars Linkas

Charlotte Audestad

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, Trondheim 21:00, 150 NOK Yellow has chosen to be minimalist in their description, but those who know the band know it gets hairy.

12 MARCH

Little Wing

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 20:00, Free Soul/funk band from Trondheim.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, Sold out In February 2014 Maria Mena wrote: “I can finally respond to what has been my career, biggest rally, playing for a sold out SAMFUNDET in Trondheim.” Now she returns to Trondheim...

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 225/100 NOK Øra Studio is releasing their 100th record in March.

16 MARCH

Decapitated (PL) + ASPHERIUM & STRANDHUGG Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 21:00, 250+25 avgift

Polish death metal veterans are joined by a couple of the most promising Norwegian death metal bands.

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 22:00, 270 NOK If you are in to psychedelic, hard and blues rock, you don’t want to miss this one.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Norwegian take on Americana with a dash of country and rock.

Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 22:00, 140 NOK Psychedelic rock.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 275/150 NOK Popular local artist, just released her third album.

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What’s on

Concerts 01 A P R - 02 A P R

06 A P R I L

09 APRIL

14 APRIL

The Show Must Go On

ISAK Artist Concert

Death by Unga Bunga

Jonas Aasen and The Wranglers

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 495 NOK

Kultursenteret ISAK 20:00, Free Concert featuring youth from our studios.

07 A P R I L

Lowestoft

A rock symphonic tribute to Queen and Freddie Mercury.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 21:00, 50 NOK Norwegian Lowestoft dropped his new epic single Lovers in the Night on 1st of January.

07 A P R I L 01 APRIL

Frøkedal & Familien

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK Solo project of Anne Lise Frøkedal from Harrys Gym and I Was A King. New Album Hold On Dreamer in spring 2016.

02 APRIL

Tellef Raabe

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, 130/80 NOK

50/50 The Sideways

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 50 NOK Power pop, psychedelica, and indie.

08 A P R I L

Turboneger

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, Sold out One of Norway’s most popular rock bands.

08 A P R I L

Sam Outlaw

Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 275 NOK

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, 210/150 NOK Band’s promoting their new album Pinapple Pizza with a fresh Norwegian tour.

14 APRIL 09 APRIL

Mayflower Madame

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 23:59, 90 NOK Norwegian band Mayflower Madame, with its psychedelic post-rock caused a sensation in the music scene both in Norway and internationally.

09 APRIL

Rohey + Vebjørn Mamen

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 21:00, TBA Rohey was recently nominated for Best Single at Scandinavian Soul Music Awards 2015 in Stockholm!

09 APRIL

The Phantoms // Rodgers Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, 21:00, 200 NOK Ska? Why, yes please.

10 APRIL

Panter Tanter

Musician inspired by Joy Division, Majical Cloudz and Neil Young among others.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 20:00, Free Showing parts of ‘To War or Not To War’ along with a look at anti-war songs.

05 APRIL

10 APRIL

Moksha

Ingebjørg Bratland

Oddrun Lilja, Sanskriti Shrestha &Tore Flatjord Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free Their music is described as a meeting of traditional Indian music, arabic folk music and jazz.

Continuation of Spring Concerts at Teaterhuset Avant Garden - Sam Outlaw is tagged as the next big thing in the country world. Ry Cooder produced his debut album, ‘Angeleno’ and that’s about all you need to know.

08 A P R I L 06 APRIL

Melissa Horn

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, Sold out Melissa Horn presenting her new album ‘Jag går nu’.

Ingenting Ingenting

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 22:00, 275 NOK Rock’n’roll back in Trondheim!

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 21:00, Ticket included with entrance Music inspired by American country and westerns with a sprinkle of Norwegian soul.

Eivør

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 21:00, 220 NOK Eivør from Faroe Islands is a vocalist, instrumentalist and a songwriter. Some call her Faroese Björk.

15 APRIL

Linda Karin Larsen Oslo Ess & Comet Kid

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 21:00, 270/220 NOK Explosive combo of punk rock and soul&chillness.

15 APRIL

A Lecture on Borderline Musicals Snøskred

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 150 NOK Indie rock band from Trondheim with new album in 2016.

16 APRIL

Transistor

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 21:00, Free Mixture of classic rock and folk rock music.

16 APRIL

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 19:30, 325 NOK Her last album Månesinn was released to a fantastic reception.

Motorpsycho

12 APRIL

16 APRIL

Ingebjørg Bratland

Pappasaft

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 20:00, 465/435 NOK Ingebjørg Bratland dropped her new album ‘Månesinn’ in November. After receiving amazing review, she is once again visiting Trondheim.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 22:00, 330/270 NOK Motorpsycho is back. This time with a new album under their belt.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 23:59, 90 NOK Norwegian band Pappasaft is a strong promising trio on the Norwegian punk scene.

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Concerts 16 APRIL

22 APRIL

23 A P R I L

29 A P R I L

Backstreet Girls + Sugar Louise

Violet Road

Elektrosamfundet

Kari Harneshaug

Violet Road

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 21:45, 270 NOK Veteran rockers blasting some good ol’ boogierock.

Byscenen, Kongens gxate 19, 7012 Trondheim 19:00/22:00, 320 NOK Get your tickets fast because one show is already sold out!

16 APRIL

22 APRIL

Erland Dahlen/Geir Sundstøl + Kjemilie Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:00, TBA Melodic soundscapes + ‘cinematic percussion music’ & fine melodies.

Building Instrument

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, TBA

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 50 NOK Alternative synth pop from Norway.

22 A P R I L

Hvitmalt Gjerde

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00 This surfrock band will make you dance your shoes off.

22 A P R I L

Charity Concert for Kreftforeningen Kultursenteret ISAK Time TBA Charity concert featuring young artists.

22 A P R I L

SHINING

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 275 NOK Shining with new album: International Blackjazz Society.

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, Trondheim 21:00, 100 NOK Punk/punkrock/thrash/hardcore.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, TBA Premiere performance of Signe Emmeluth work ‘Spacemusic’.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 21:00, Ticket included with entrance ISA is a new constellation in the Norwegian jazz and indie community that is not afraid to mix old and new, near and far.

50/50 Antler

Göttemia and Freedumb

Spacemusic Ensemble

ísa

50/50 Antler

23 A P R I L

26 A P R I L

20 A P R I L

21 A P R I L

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 20:00, 150/90 NOK Great music, neon colours and lots of bass!

27 A P R I L

Blind Idiot God (US) Jazz/folk/pop/improv - ‘music that is elegant, imaginative and sensitive’.

22 APRIL

Peevish Penfriend + Sivert Ericson Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, Trondheim 21:00, 150 NOK Up and coming local bands.

23 APRIL

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 150 NOK Norwegian singer/songwriter with new alternative rock album in spring 2016.

29 A P R I L

1974 TRIBUTE TO ABBA

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 19:30, 390 NOK Experience the golden days of The Swedish Fever trough British cover band 1974 Tribute to ABBA.

29 A P R I L

Black Moon Circle

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, 21:00, TBA Local psychedelic space rock. All in one.

Blind Idiot God (US)

30 A P R I L

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK Cult NY-based dub/metal/jazz trio originally active in the late 80s, back with an internationally lauded record after 20 years.

1974 Tribute to ABBA

27 A P R I L

30 A P R I L

Betty’s

Lars Vaular at Nattrock

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 20:00, 50 NOK

Kine Hjeldnes Kine Hjeldnes

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 19:00, Free Ballades, improvisation and dark disco. Kine Hjeldnes hails from the mystical winters of the north. With the distinct tone in her voice she wants to give you something to keep.

Kari Harneshaug

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 390 NOK Experience the golden days of ABBA trough British cover band 1974 Tribute to ABBA.

Kultursenteret ISAK 18:00, Free Rock Festival for youth featuring young bands.

30 A P R I L

Kamelot

Tickets on sale from 1st of April.

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 21:00, Sold out Looking for some power metal? The band is finally in Trondheim and they are bringing something special with them.

23 APRIL

29 A P R I L

Cecilie Eide

MOT-konsert

30 A P R I L

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:30, Free Pop/Rock and now out with a new album!

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 18:00, 300/30 NOK Support Concert - Motorcycle Club Ravene organises the concert to raise funds for MOT.

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, Trondheim 21:00, 220 NOK Rapper is back with his comeback album “Bygdedyret”.

Cecilie Eide and her band

Various artists

JODDSKI

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What’s on

Jazz, blues and classical 03 MARCH

05 M A R C H

10 MARCH

15 MARCH

Ila B Jazz Jam

Huskonsertene i Rissa

Schumann og Tchaikovsky

Lokomotiv

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 19:30, 340/310/120 NOK Experience Tchaikovsky’s Pathétique symphony and Schumman’s piano concerto.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, TBA A well-oiled, steaming and seemingly unstoppable jazz machine.

Local jazz musicians Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 21:00, Free Jam session with local jazz musicians. Hosted by Sava Balic.

Englegalleriet, Leira , 7110 Rissa 18:00, 150/100 NOK Concert at the gallery. Ann-Kristin Eidsvåg singing and Stig Foll, lute and baroque guitar.

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra

06 M A R - 2 4 A P R 03 MARCH

Bruckners åttende

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 19:30, 340/310/120 NOK The Eighth Symphony is Anton Bruckner’s greatest work. Conductor Han-Na Chang.

03 MARCH

Bjørnov og Sunde

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 19:00, 480 NOK Ingrid Bjørnov and Øystein Sunde play new and old, finished and semi-finished songs.

Sunday JAZZ

Lars Nilsen & die neue Hände hoch

06 M A R C H

12 MARCH

Early spring in Victoria’s salon

Feetwarmers

04 M A R - 05 M A R

Bjørnov og Sunde

06 M A R C H

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 19:00/21:15, Sold out Ingrid Bjørnov and Øystein Sunde play new and old, finished and semi-finished songs.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 20:00, 100 NOK Chet Baker in Nynorsk.

Ingrid Bjørnov and Øystein Sunde

Baker Hansen

Wild Basin Winds and Trio 488

Trondheim Jazzforum Presenterer Tone Åse,Thomas Strønen

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 14:00, TBA Chamber music with well known American bands.

Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 20:00, 150/100 (members) NOK This musical duo incorporates technology as an extension of their instruments.

05 M A R - 02 A P R

09 M A R C H

In the beginning there was the Organ

Wednesday Concert

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim 22:00, Free Every first Saturday of the months an Organ concert.

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 14:00, 340/310/120 NOK TSO invites you to a new concept where they unceremoniously present outtakes from the concert the next day.

05 MARCH

LIVE FOYN FRIIS KVARTETT and the Jazz Cats

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 14:00, Free Jazzcafe.

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 20:00, Free Jazz concert.

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 14:00, Free Jazzcafe.

13 MARCH

Meta. Morf 2016 – Michael Rataj + Myhr/Marhaug

17 MARCH

Missa Solemnis

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 340/310/120 NOK Missa Solemnis is one of Beethoven’s most provocative works. The show is unique in its nature with its inexorable rigor, great contrasts and its great spirituality.

17 MARCH

Zap Mama

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:00, 390/290 NOK

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 19:00, 150/100 NOK Kim Myhr and Lasse Marhaug: Commissioned composition for Meta.Morf 2016, co-founded by the Arts Council Norway.

13 MARCH 07 M A R C H

05 MARCH

10 MARCH

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 14:00, Free Local jazz musicians come and play for the hat. Norwegian waffles, a fresh cup of coffee and jazz. Classic Sunday at Ila Brainnstasjon.

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 14:00, 250/200 NOK Trine Knutsen (flute) and Jørgen Larsen (piano) invites you in for a taste of spring, performing works of , amongst others Edvard Grieg, Oliver Messiaen, Maurice Ravel og Charles Griffes.

Lokomotiv

10 MARCH

Live Foyn Friis

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 20:00, Free Jazz musician from Oslo/Copenhagen.

Arne Torvik - NORTHWESTERN SOUNDS

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 20:00, 100 NOK Melodic jazz expression with great inspiration from electronic music and pop.

Congolese/Belgian artist with a wonderful blend of Afro-American and European music. Get warmed up for Jazzfest in May! See previews.

13 MARCH

18 MARCH

Sunday Jazz

Rockin Blues Jam

(Tregården Restaurant og Selskapslokaler, Ulavegen 5, Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Forget the the everyday stress for a few hours and head to Persaunet!

13 MARCH

Ludvig Nielsen - Te Deum

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 20:00, 350/300 NOK A composite orchestra led by Frode Hoff will perform together with soloists Ann-Helen Moen, Ingeborg Kosmo, Henrik Engelsviken and Trond Halstein Moe.

Local blues musicians Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free Jam session with local jazz musicians. Hosted by Sava Balic.

19 MARCH

FOTVEITA BRUKTJAZZ

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 14:00, Free Jazzcafe.

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Jazz, blues and classical 25 M A R C H

07 A P R I L

16 APRIL

23 A P R I L

Friday’s Concert

Ila B Jazz Jam

Entusijazzme

Bjørn Krokfoss Sextett med gjest?

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 18:00, TBA Choir, cantor Karen Haugom Olsen - conductor, Anna Carlsen Waldingbrett baroque cello performing Scarlatti - Stabat Mater.

Local jazz musicians Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free Jam session with local jazz musicians. Hosted by Sava Balic.

27 M A R C H

Easter Concert

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 18:00, TBA

01 APRIL

Bilyd Choir Concert Kultursenteret ISAK 19:00, TBA Choir concert.

01 APRIL

Espen Berg Trio + Lukas Zabulionis Band

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 20:00, 200/100 NOK Best of the American and experimental European jazz tradition.

03 APRIL

Marianne Thorsen & Øyvind Gimse Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:00, 200/100 NOK NTNU chamber orchestra playing Händel, Janáček, Schubert, Bloch & Dvořák.

05 APRIL

Moksha

Oddrun Lilja, Sanskriti Shrestha &Tore Flatjord Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free Their music is described as a meeting of traditional Indian music, arabic folk music and jazz.

06 APRIL

Wednesday Concert

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 14:00, 220/195/120 NOK TSO invites you to a new concept where they unceremoniously present outtakes from the concert the next day.

07 A P R I L

Mozart i moll

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 340/310/120 NOK Mozart’s Symphony No.40 is perceived as tragic, and is his most bittersweet work.

08 A P R I L

Atomic

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 21:00, TBA Equally inspired by American jazz traditions and European free jazz and improvised music.

09 A P R I L

“Squeezin’ Art & Tender Flutes» ved Torstein Siegel

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 14:00, Free Jazzcafe.

10 APRIL

Ressurexit

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, TBA Musikk from Telemann, Nystedt and Saint Saëns.

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 14:00, Free Jazzcafe with a band from Oslo.

17 APRIL

Nadja Bertelli Band

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free Piano based popjazz.

17 APRIL

Missa Libera

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 19:30, 340/310/120 NOK With its music and dancing Swan Lake will take you to a magical adventure.

15 APRIL

Rockin Bues

Local blues musicians Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 21:00, Free Jam session with local jazz musicians. Hosted by Sava Balic.

26 A P R I L

Andy and Pam

Peder Overvik Stuberg, Georgia Wartel Collins, Paul Näsström Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free Swedish/Norwegian free jazz trio.

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 20:00, TBA Concert by Nidaros Catherdral girl choir.

26 A P R I L

18 APRIL

Arve Tellefsen, Håvard Gimse and Kjetil Bjerkestrand

MAMBO COMPAÑEROS with TrondheimsSolistene Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 19:30, 290/190 NOK 40s and 50s latino hits. Hip-shaking guaranteed!

Arve Tellefsen and guests

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 350/300/150 NOK Violin, piano and synth performing music by, among others, Grieg, Mussorgsky, Gershwin, Morricone, Chopin, Charlie Chaplin and Ole Bull.

21 A P R I L

27 A P R I L

Film music: John Williams

Team Hegdal

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, Sold out Williams received 45 Oscar nominations.

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 200/100 NOK A collaboration with Trondheim Jazz Forum, Erik Hegdal and his colleagues in Team Hegdal do not need a big presentation. This is the elite of jazz musicians in Norway.

28 A P R I L

Russian Romantic

14 APRIL

Swan Lake

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 14:00, Free Jazzcafe.

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra His most famous music pieces can be found in Star Wars, Superman, E.T., Jurassic Park and three Harry Potter movies. Directed by Nick Davies

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 340/310/120 NOK Russian evening full of gems from classical composers like Vinnitskaya, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky.

21 A P R I L

Luftforsvarets Musikkorps: The Norwegian Lion

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 19:30, 225/175/100 NOK An entire concert dedicated to the Norwegian king of marches - Oscar Borg.

30 A P R I L

Feetwarmers

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 14:00, Free Jazzcafe.

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Theatre and Comedy 01 M A R - 12 M A R

06 M A R C H

10 MARCH

1 7 M A R - 18 M A R

Kongen Dør

Private Conversations

My Neighborhood - Christian Stejskal

Pink Cloud Effect

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 19:00, 200/175/150 NOK A king with two queens, one man army, an invisible maid and a personal physician. The stage is set for an absurd comedy with a tragic theme.

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 18:00, 395/315 NOK A story about a woman’s secrets, but most of all it’s about what our secrets make of us, says Liv Ullmann, the director of the play. Based on Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Private Conversations’.

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 19:00, 250 NOK Author takes the audience on a journey through the lives of seven different human destinies in Cairo’s garbage areas - their joys and personal trials, tragedies and life’s little triumphs.

Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 19:00, 200/150/130 NOK Why do we seek drama and competition if we have everything we need? Destroy

02 M A R - 09 M A R

A painter rarely comes alone

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 18:00/19:00/20:00, 80/100 NOK Nobel prize winning author Dario Fo is famous for his “illegitimate” forms of theatre. Good times guaranteed!

02 M A R - 05 M A R

My Life as Elsa

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various, 300/300/175 NOK Norway’s queen of humor offers us a peak in to her humorous life.

07 M A R C H

1 5 M A R - 16 M A R

Women without Men

GREASE!

08 M A R C H

1 5 M A R - 23 A P R

Æ har rætt

Doppler

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 20:00, 90 NOK The stories of four different women become entangled in summer 1953 in Iran.

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:00, 325/275 NOK

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 19:00, 200 NOK Timeless musical performed by 10th grade of Røros School.

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various, 295/250/170 NOK Doppler decides to abandon his home, leave his wife, move to a forest and adopt an elf calf named Bongo.

03 MARCH

15 MARCH

Bjørn-Henning Ødegård / Tomas Nesse

Trond-Viggo and Steinar Sagen: Why?

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 20:00, 75 NOK Stand up comedy with a lot of local talent.

Trine Lise Olsen is back with her amazing show “Æ have rætt”. In Norwegian. See previews.

05 MARCH

Private Conversations

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 19:00, 400/320/300 NOK A story about a woman’s secrets, but most of all it’s about what our secrets make of us, says Liv Ullmann, the director of the play. Based on Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Private Conversations’.

05 M A R - 13 M AY

Vår!

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various, 425/350/200 NOK

09 M A R C H

Sticks & stones by UCDM

Kultursenteret ISAK 19:00, Free Theatre performance and workshop about domestic violence.

09 M A R C H

Of Mice and Men

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 19:00, 375/325/285 NOK Of Mice and Men was the breakthrough of John Steinbeck. This gem of a novel was filmed three times, and is performed on the stages around the world.

10 MAR - 28 APR

Supertorsdag - every Thurs Magical music experience. Modern theatre meet traditional.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 20:00, Sold out The show is called extreme theatre sport and mental bungee jumping. The concept is simple: Trond-Viggo and Steinar encourage the audience to ask questions about anything.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Impro comedy. In Norwegian, bring cash (it’s king for the pay).

your expectations with this theatre performance by Kjersti Aas Stenby (Norway), Marit Sirgmets (Estonia) and Simona Bieksaite (Lithuania). In English.

17 MARCH

Nick Revell / Nick Page / Dana Alexander

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 75 NOK Stand up with English comedians.

18 MARCH

MYSTORY - Oppdalsrussen 2016 Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 19:00, 200/150/100 NOK Comedy cabaret about Snapchat.

16 MARCH

Impro show

21 M A R C H

16 MARCH

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 20:00, 90 NOK Film Club showing ‘Hevn’ - a nail-bitting thriller that will keep you at the edge of your seat from start to finish.

Kultursenteret ISAK 19:00, Free Impro theatre by Improoperatørene

Bugsey Malone by Trondheim Culture School youth group Kultursenteret ISAK 10:00/12:00/18:00, Free Theatre.

Hevn – Bergstaden Film Club

31 M A R C H

Henrik Farley / Eirik Krokås

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 75 NOK Stand up comedy with a lot of local talent.

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Theatre and Comedy 01 A P R - 0 2 A P R

09 A P R - 1 4 A P R

16 APRIL

23 A P R I L

Lånkerevyen

Bunnlinja

Lazyblood

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 18:30/21:00, 390 NOK Hysterical cabaret.

02 A P R - 03 A P R

Classics for Kids: ‘Crime and Punishment’

Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 18:00 Sat & 14:00 Sun, 150/100 NOK Part of the theatre trilogy which aims to engage kids with literary classics, ‘Forbrytelse og straff’ (based on Dostoyevsky’s ’Crime and punishment’) is a performance about how badly things can turn out when a troubled young individual isolates himself with his ideas.

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various pricing, TBA Where is our bottom line? This performance by Marianne Meløy and Trygve Brøske will try to find an answer to this very tricky question.

13 APRIL

Wendy vender tilbake

Kultursenteret ISAK 10:00/12:00/18:00, Free Theatre play by Trondheim Culture School youth group.

14 APRIL

JT Kristoffersen / Magne Køste

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim

02 APRIL

Performance by Rissa Ungdomslag

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 19:30, 350/215 NOK Funny group is out with a new show and they are promising ‘Springs most beautiful adventure’!

04 APRIL

Søstre – Bergstaden Film Club

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 20:00, 90 NOK A movie about three sisters and their lives when they find out they have another half-sister.

05 APRIL

Oslo Dance Ensemble

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 20:00, 215/175 NOK Hip Hop, jazz and celebration of Norway’s most popular dance company.

08 APRIL

Ekkokammer Dag Sørås

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, 320 NOK Dag Sørås is back with a new stand-up show.

20:00, 75 NOK

Stand up comedy with a lot of local talent.

15 APRIL

A Lecture on Borderline Musicals

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, Trondheim 20:00, TBA Part of Multiplié Dance Festival - A highly entertaining ’lecture’ on Valdimar Jóhannsson and Erna Ómarsdóttir’s self invented genre ’borderline musicals’. Including a few songs by the Duo Lazyblood and some stuff.strutting by the dance company Shalala. In English.

15 APRIL

Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 21:30, TBA Part of Multiplié Dance Festival - An energetic duet with Valdimar Jóhannsson and Erna Ómarsdóttir where the concert format is explored, juxtaposing hard metal influences, storytelling and 80´s horror movie soundtracks. In English.

18 APRIL

Stabbuker – Bergstaden Film Club

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 20:00, 90 NOK Movie has an Oscar nomination for best foreign film, a has also won the Un Certain Regard award in Cannes.

21 A P R I L

Open Mic Stand up artists from Stand Up Trondheim

21 A P R I L

Show by Trondheim Katedralskole Kultursenteret ISAK TBA

21 A P R - 13 M AY

The Caretaker

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 19:30, 300 NOK Stand up with Ronny Torsteinsen, one of the most promising Norwegian comedians.

15 APR - 30 APR

22 A P R - 28 M AY

Det er bedre å kappe det av enn å gå gjennom

Streif av tid

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various, 200/175/150 NOK In a boundless humorous, simultaneously poetic and sore text we meet the conjoined twins Red and Snow, which was separated at birth. The strong bond between the two leads to a long-awaited reunion. But does it go well?

24 A P R I L

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 18:00, 365/295 NOK Shakespeare’s famous play has everything: romance and pranks, funny and serious, adventure and contemplation.

27 A P R I L

Bill Bailey - Limboland

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 495 NOK

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 18:00, Free New and more experienced comedians test new material.

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various, 200/175/150 NOK This psychological study of the confluence of power, allegiance, innocence, and corruption among two brothers and a tramp, became Pinter’s first significant commercial success.

SORRY MAMMA

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 19:00, 370/300/270 NOK Shakespeare’s famous play has everything: romance and pranks, funny and serious, adventure and contemplation.

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim Various, 200/175/150 NOK Do you know those moments when a phrase, a song, or a poem you loved suddenly appears and a feeling of nostalgia overflows you? Actress Carrie Sølvberg is chasing these golden moments in this humorous, playful and pensive performance.

With his comedy and music combination, you are in for one wild ride. See previews.

28 A P R I L

Jånni K / Anders Tangenes

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 75 NOK Stand up.

28 A P R I L

Dara O’Briain

Scandic Lerkendal 19:30, 535/460 NOK Funny stand up. See previews

29 A P R - 30 A P R

Beat the Drum: Walk

Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00 / 19:00, 200/150/130 NOK Beat the Drum is a series of works by Norwegian company Verk Produksjoner, focusing on the present and the future. ‘Walk’ deals with people’s concern that they live in a bubble, in English.

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What’s on

Nightlife 03 MARCH

05 M A R C H

26 M A R C H

13 APRIL

Pistolshrimp

Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio

Hjemmefest

Dans I storsalen med NTNUI dans

Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 Trondheim 22:00, Free Project of Blomst’ guitarist and vocalist Ida Dorthea Horpestad. A whole a lot of punk.

Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 295/150 NOK Sampled in rap, dance and house grooves while being credited as a forefather of acid jazz.

03 MARCH

Clubbing Thursday:TBA Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 19:00-00:00, Ticket included with entrance

04 M A R - 30 A P R

DJ Skyline Session

Clarion Trondheim, Kjøpmannsgata 48, 7010 Trondheim 22:00, Free Every Friday and Saturday.

04 MARCH

Nico & Vinz

Nico & Vinz Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, Sold out

04 M A R C H

Whose House??!! Whose House??!!

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 50 NOK Old school house music from Chicago, Detroit and New York. A small portion of disko, boogie and beats.

08 M A R C H

Svankropp

Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 Trondheim 22:00, 100 NOK This Swedish/Norwegian Cyberpunk band mixes the unmixable.

10 MARCH

Døden Slippfest + Bokassa Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 Trondheim

22:00, 150 NOK

Trondheim’s hardcore supergroup Døden is joined by Bokassa in a night of heavy riffs and gloomy melodies.

12 MARCH Nico & Vinz has jumped between two continents over the past two years and has recently served their fans one hit parade of new songs “That’s How You Know” , which was made in cooperation with the American shooting star Bebe Rexha and rapstjernen Kid Ink, has made i​​ ts way onto several of the world charts and raked together over 41 million streams so far. Wow!

05 M A R - 2 3 A P R

På Plata

Café Løkka, Dokkgata 8, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, Free Friends of Løkka (including you!) bring their favourite records and spin them on the vinyl player.

Reggie got beats & the RGB unit Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 23:59, Ticket included with entrance Local DJ dropping some wicked disco beats.

12 MARCH

HEADS UP JAM

Verkstedhallen, Strandveien 29, Trondheim 21:00, 150 NOK Hip-hop Jam at Svartlamon is back!

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Urban club music.

31 M A R C H

Clubbing Thursday:TBA

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 19:00, Ticket included with entrance

01 APRIL

Unge Ferrari

Unge Ferrari Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 22:00, 170/120 NOK Up and coming Norwegian rapper back in Trondheim.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 19:00, 125/125 NOK The stage is set for an evening of dancing and fun. Followed by S. Møller concert.

14 APRIL

Clubbing Thursday:TBA

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 19:00, Ticket included with entrance

16 APRIL

Rytmeklubbing

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 150 NOK Urban club music.

08 APRIL

Silvana Imam (SE)

23 A P R I L

Silvana Imam (SE) Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK Swedish political rap artist with debut album in spring 2016. See previews.

Vegan Fair Afterparty

09 APRIL

23 A P R I L

Fette Naps

Klubb HAERVERK

Fette Naps Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Fette Najs with Dj Joddski: Reggae, dancehall, and hip hop.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:00, Free Vegan Fair will host their after-party at DIGS.

Klubb HAERVERK Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK A collaboration between Tomas Järmyr on drums and Dj Andrew Christopher. House, techno and live percussion.

11 APRIL

Lee ”Scratch” Perry + Mad Professor (JAM/UK) Lee ”Scratch” Perry + Mad Professor Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, Sold out

30 A P R I L

Whose House??!!

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Old school house music from Chicago, Detroit and New York. A small portion of disko, boogie and beats.

19 MARCH

Reggie Got Beats + Bendik Baksaas + Foreground Set Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 23:00, 100 NOK Disko, house, beats and boogie.

The legends of reggae and dub. See previews.

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Festivals, Food and Markets 01 M A R - 19 M A R

04 M A R - 06 M A R

0 8 M A R - 13 M A R

17 M A R - 20 M A R

Popup Feminist House

Trigger inventor festival seeks creators and hackers

Kosmorama

Winter Festival in Bergstaden

Olavskvartalet, Kjøpmannsgata 48, Trondheim 16:00-21:00, Free More than 30 cultural activities during the first three weeks of March: workshops, seminar, concerts, exhibitions from a feminist perspective. See facebook.com/ popupfeministhustrondheim/

Vitensenteret, Kongens gate 1, 7011 Trondheim 11:00, Exhibitors Free If you have a cool invention sitting in a drawer somewhere, this would be the place to show it off.

01 MARCH

05 M A R C H

Opening of the Popup Feminist House

Clothing Swap #6

Olavskvartalet, Kjøpmannsgata 48, Trondheim 16:00-21:00, Free The deputy mayor Hilde Opoku (Green party), the performs of Azra Halilovic “Muslim women in a democratic country”, and the production of Panter Tanter “Coole Fredrikke”.

02 M A R - 0 3 M A R

Technoport 2016 – Crack the Code Clarion Trondheim, Kjøpmannsgata 48, 7010 Trondheim 09:00, 2000-5170 NOK Innovation and entrepreneurship conference.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 15:00, Free Reduce consumption and swap your clothes with other people to get something new.

08 M A R C H

International Women’s Day

Trondheim Torg, Kongens gate 9, 7013 Trondheim 17:00, Free Everybody is welcome to join the demonstration in Trondheim Market Square to show their support to Equal Rights.

Nova Kinosenter, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 10:00, 975/150/100 Trdonheim International Film Festival - see individual listings.

Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 20:30, 975 NOK Winter festival’s traditional culinary and mus ical menu with Rørosmat and festival musicians of top kind.

10 M A R - 0 8 M AY

Meta.Morf 2016

Various venues , Various pricing Experience more than 50 artists, musicians, researchers and writers from 16 nationalities during the two month long biennale period! See metamorf.no for more info. Recommended.

10 MARCH

Kanonprisen 2015

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 21:00, 300 NOK Film award for the best of the best in Norwegian filming industry.

11 MARCH

LAUDATA NEX MAGICKA PART II

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 18:00, 450 weekend pass/250 day pass NOK Terratur Posessions and Blæst presents LAUDATA NEX MAGICKA II - metal festival.

0 9 A P R - 10 A P R

Antique, retro and collectors exhibition Trondheim Spektrum, Klostergata 90, Sat 10-17, Sun 11-16, 80/free under 15 Unique and intriguing antiques, retro and collectibles. Heaps of beanbags and artefacts from different eras and with distinctive design.

11 A P R - 17 A P R

Multiplié Dance Festival

Various Venues Various pricing Multiplié Dance Festival challenges preconceptions of what dance can be and of who can perform and choreograph dance.

12 A P R - 13 A P R

Flea Market

Kultursenteret ISAK, , TBA, Free Flea market by students at Thora Storm.

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Workshops 01 MARCH

04 M A R C H

0 7 M A R - 25 A P R

0 9 M A R - 10 M A R

Tuesday oration

EAT & QUIZ

Allmennquiz hver mandag

Skredkurs

TKM Bispegata, Bispegata 7 B Wednesday 12:00-20:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, 110/50/Free “Kristian gardener and Norway first textbook about gardening” by Daniel Johansen, taxidermist at Sverresborg Trøndelag Folk Museum. The orations are in Norwegian.

01 M A R - 2 6 A P R

FilmQuizorama

Café Løkka, Dokkgata 8, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, Free Film quiz, min 20 years old, max 4 members per team, no pre-registration required.

01 M A R - 2 6 A P R

Basic Climbing Course

Trondheim Klatresenteret, Falkenborgveien 37, Trondheim 17:00-21:00, 1200/600 NOK Acquire basic skills for climbing in the safety of the gym.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:00, Free QUIZ @ DIGS EAT!

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 19:30, 25 NOK Quiz with wide-ranging topics.

08 MARCH 04 M A R - 06 M A R

Taiji Workshop

Trondheim Taiji Senter, Fjordgata 62/64, 7010 Trondheim various, 2400 NOK Taiji Workshop with Pamela Hiley. See taijitrondheim.no for more info.

05 M A R C H

Festmøte: Relativitetsteorien Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 20:00, 50 NOK If you understand the theory completely, we welcome an explanation! Otherwise we have to rely on Øyvind Greenland and Torkild Jemterud ant their introduction to the theory of relativity and the assumptions behind it.

Tuesday oration

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, 13:00, 110/90 NOK “The tronderske village cultural landscape” by Daniel Johansen, taxidermist at Sverresborg Trøndelag Folk Museum. The orations are in Norwegian.

08 MARCH

Open day at BI

Handelshøyskolen BI, Pirsenteret 16:30, Free

Språkkafé

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 18:00, Free For everyone who wants to practice their Norwegian in a relxing and friendly environment.

Sunday Movie – Trillingene fra Belleville 2003 Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 19:00, 100/40 NOK Relaxing Sunday evening with a movie.

03 MARCH

Green Drinks with Spire film viewing

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 18:00, Free Green Drinks is an informal monthly meetup that is open to anyone interested in environmental issues. This Thursday has a special edition film viewing with Spire.

04 MARCH

DanceOff, MUD

Kultursenteret ISAK 19:00, Free Monthly event for dance lovers.

04 MARCH

HappyTap App Lauch

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 16:30, Free HappyTap is a mobile game that gets users looking for positive triggers in a race to best their score.

Tours of the Royal Regalia Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim Sun 12:15, 90/40 NOK

06 M A R C H

The seaman’s interview at the museum with Ludvig Myrland

Open Mic

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 18:00, Free New and more experienced comedians test new material.

11 MARCH

Game Night

11 MARCH Curious about studying at BI? Don’t miss Open Day! Trial lectures, tours, balloon-drop and entertainment by Ørjan Burøe. Registration at bi.no.

08 MARCH 06 M A R - 2 0 M A R

10 MARCH

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:00, Free Bring some board games and meet new people.

06 M A R C H 03 M A R - 28 A P R

Ute Hallen, Ormen Langes vei 15, 7041 Trondheim 16:30/17.15, 1190 NOK For hikers, hike enthusiasts and off-course skiers. The course will include the main thing you need to travel safely in the mountains in winter.

Literary meal: Virginia Woolf

Alma’s, Kongens gate 19, Trondheim 19:00, 425 NOK Literary critic Britt Andersen from NTNU takes us into Virginia Woolf’s world. We will served some of the dishes described by Woolf, and we’ll hear more about how the author described companies, gender roles and social order.

Glamour for Goebbels - story of Kirsten Heiberg Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 12:00, 150 NOK Bjorn-Erik Hanssen tells the story of Kirsten Heiberg, a Norwegian actress who moved to Vienna, married a nazi composer Franz Grothe, and starred in Goebbels’ propaganda movies.

12 MARCH

Society Meeting – Radicalization Susanne Sundfør

Sjøfartsmuseet, Kjøpmannsgata 75, 7010 Trondheim 13:00, Free Interview with Ludvig about his life at the sea.

Bokbad med Helene Uri

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 19:00, 50 NOK In cooperation with Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival, this Saturday’s Society meeting revolves around the phenomenon of radicalisation, with speakers Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen and Muhammad Qasim Ali.

06 M A R C H

09 MARCH

12 M A R - 30 A P R

Beauty is in the eye pupil of the gazer

CouchSurfing Meetup

Weekend with Vitensenteret

Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim 19:00, Free Lucture by Dr. Bruno Laeng, professor in cognitive neuropsychology, University of Oslo.

09 MARCH Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 19:00, 50 NOK Book presentation with the author Helen Uri.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 20:00, Free Couchsurfing meetup where locals, travellers, hosts and surfers get together.

Vitensenteret, Kongens gate 1, 7011 Various, 80 NOK Planetarium, Science Show, Knowledge Workshop

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Workshops 13 MARCH

17 MARCH

31 M A R C H

05 APRIL

UKM – Ung Kultur Møtes

Kunnskapsfrokost: How to develop effective and good business models in your business

Pang! Vol 2

Et Møte med Liv Ullmann

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 15:00, 100/50 NOK UKM is the largest cultural venue for youth, a framework for development, inspiration and exposure. See ukm.no for events in Trondheim later in the year.

14 MARCH

Pang!

Kultursenteret ISAK 18:00, Free Theatre workshop for youth.

14 MARCH

LoT seminar with NXP and Arrow Norway DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 12:00, Free

15 MARCH

Tuesday oration

Sverresborg Folkemuseum 13:00, 110/90 NOK “What do we know about the marketplace in town and what is hidden under it?” by Ian Reed, scientist and archaeologist at NIKU. The orations are in Norwegian.

15 MARCH

Elektrisk - Andreas Wahl

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 18:30/21:00, 385/295/335 NOK In ‘Elektrisk’ Andreas Wahl shows how beautiful, deadly and ordinary electricity can be. See previews.

Handelshøyskolen BI, Pirsenteret 08:00, Free On third Thursday of every month BI and Pirsenteret invite you to Kunnskapsfrokost, with relevant and different topics.

18 MARCH

EAT & QUIZ

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 19:00, Free QUIZ @ DIGS EAT!

Kultursenteret ISAK 18:00, Free Theatre Work-in-progress meeting space for youth.

01 APRIL

Dance Off

Kultursenteret ISAK 19:00, Free Monthly event for dance lovers

01 APRIL

EAT & QUIZ

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 19:00, Free QUIZ @ DIGS EAT!

18 MARCH

Luftforsvarets Musikkorps: Påskerebus

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 12:00, 175/125/75 NOK Quiz and music. Quizmusic.

22 MARCH

Tuesday oration.

Sverresborg Folkemuseum 13:00, 110/90 NOK “Higher education provision Trondheim” by Terje Bratberg, taxidermist at Sverresborg Trøndelag Folk Museum. The orations are in Norwegian.

01 APRIL

Poetry: Opstad og Løveid

Norsk forfattersentrum, Litteraturhuset i Trondheim 19:30, 100/70 NOK Steinar Opstad and Cecilie Løveid visiting Trondheim for a real poetry treat.

03 APRIL

Sunday Movie – Jakten 1959 Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 19:00, 100/40 NOK Relaxing Sunday evening with a movie.

03 APRIL 23 MARCH

CouchSurfing Meetup

Instrument insight

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 20:00, Free Couchsurfing meetup where locals, travellers, hosts and surfers get together.

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 13:00, Included in entry to the museum Instrument builder Oddrun Hegge asks how a ‘primitive’ instrument like the langeleik (board zither) can be more popular today than ever before.

29 MARCH

03 APRIL

Tuesday oration

From Barok to Rock!

16 MARCH

Jabb #40

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:30, Free Jabb is a series of informal meetings created for discussion of projects and interests. Most talks held in Norwegian.

Sverresborg Folkemuseum 13:00, 110/90 NOK “The everyday at the reception center” by Anne Katrine Haugen, measures consultant at HERO. The orations are in Norwegian.

Kultursenteret ISAK 18:00, Free Forum for debates on north/south issues run by students from NTNU.

05 APRIL

Tuesday oration

17 MARCH

Cafe NordSør

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 15:00, 90/60 NOK Musical lecture with Wolfgang Plagge.

30 MARCH

FilmQuiz

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 18:00, Free Gather some friends and spice your evening up with some fun movie trivia.

Sverresborg Folkemuseum 13:00, 110/90 NOK “The “tater” camp in Selbu” by Birgitta Oden, region taxidermist in Malvik and Selbu. The orations are in Norwegian.

Nova 1 18:15, NOK International film star (from Trodnheim) is opening her very own "trophy room" at the cinema, and will be discussing her career..

06 APRIL

Jabb #41

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:30, Free Jabb is a series of informal meetings created for discussion of projects and interests. Most talks held in Norwegian.

06 APRIL

CouchSurfing Meetup

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, Free Couchsurfing meetup where locals, travellers, hosts and surfers get together.

07 APRIL

Cafe NordSør

Kultursenteret ISAK 18:00, Free Forum for debates on north/south issues run by students from NTNU.

07 APRIL

Luftforsvarets Musikkorps: Music and Propaganda

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 19:30, 225/175/100 NOK A look at how was music used for nationalistic propaganda.

09 APRIL

Oriental Evening

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 230/200/120 NOK Excellent opportunity to experience a wide variety of belly dance. Guest is Czech dancer Sheeren.

10 APRIL

Sunday movie – One flew over the Cuckoo’s nest 1975 Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 19:00, 100/40 NOK Relaxing Sunday evening with a movie.

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Workshops 12 APRIL

16 APRIL

20 A P R - 21 A P R

21 A P R I L

Tuesday oration

Festmøte: Detektiv

Midt-norsk Hjelpemiddelmesse

Kunnskapsfrokost: B2B

Sverresborg Folkemuseum 13:00, 110/90 NOK “The tronderske Holocaust – victims and predators” by Jon Reitan, scientist at Falstad center. The orations are in Norwegian.

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 19:00, Ticket included with entrance A murder has been committed in the Round Hall. The body has vanished, but the blood is still warm. Where, who and what could have committed this atrocity?

13 APRIL

Documentary: Cities of Sleep DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 19:00, Free Showing the documentary Cities of Sleep.

15 APRIL

17 APRIL

SUNDAY movie – The sound of music 1965 Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 19:00, 100/40 NOK Relaxing Sunday evening with a movie.

EAT & QUIZ

DIGS 19:00, Free QUIZ @ DIGS EAT!

19 APRIL

16 A P R - 17 A P R

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 13:00, 110/90 NOK “When genera meets” by Ivar Roger Hansen, director at Ringve music museum. The orations are in Norwegian.

Food course: fish from A to Å

Sverresborg Folkemuseum 10:00-16:00 both days, 2000 NOK Chef and food developer Vidar Harkjerr Blakli takes a whole fish, fillets it and make different courses out of it. How do we cure fish? And how to make really good fish cakes?

Trondheim Spektrum, Klostergata 90, 7030 Trondheim Wednesday 10-16, Thursday 9-16, FREE Exhibitors showcase new aiding products and new, useful information.

Tuesday oration

Handelshøyskolen BI, Pirsenteret, , 08:00, Free On third Thursday of every month BI and Pirsenteret invite you to Kunnskapsfrokost, with relevant and different topics.

26 A P R I L 20 A P R I L

CouchSurfing Meetup

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, Free Couchsurfing meetup where locals, travellers, hosts and surfers get together.

Literary meal: Gert Nygårdshaug Alma’s, Kongens gate 19, Trondheim 19:00, 400/100 NOK The author Gert Nygårdshaug is known both as a food lover and for his descriptions of food. Conversation with Gunnar Flikke.

21 A P R I L

IxDA

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 17:30, Free An informal academic meetup for people who work with or is interested in user experience. Often held in Norwegian.

27 A P R I L

Jabb #42

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:30, Free Jabb is a series of informal meetings created for discussion of projects and interests. Most talks held in Norwegian.

27 A P R I L

NTNU Kveld: Våryr?

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:00, TBA NTNU Night is a whole new arena where public meets NTNUs different disciplines.

28 A P R I L

Beginners course in home brewing

Brygga, Kjøpmannsgata 27, Trondheim 17:30, 850 NOK Beer.

28 A P R - 29 A P R

Technology Days

NTNU, Høgskoleringen 1, Trondheim TBA, Free Registration need - deadline 7th of March.

29 A P R I L

EAT & QUIZ

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:00, Free QUIZ @ DIGS EAT

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Art and exhibitions 30 JAN - 07 MAR

01 M A R - 2 8 A U G

04 MAR - 06 MAR

12 MARCH

Japanese Dolls and Kimonos

Håkon Bleken og Gruppe 5: Ramon Isern

Ane Sivertsen Landfald

Meta.Morf 2016 – Klara Lewis /Jo Thomas

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Munkegata 5, 7013 Trondheim 10:00-15:00 tue, weds, fri, sat 12:0020:00 thurs 12:00-16:00 sun, Free on opening; 90 (adults), 70 (seniors & students), 0 (children) NOK

TKM Gråmølna, Trenerys gate 9, Wednesday 12:00-20:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, 110/50/Free Håkon Bleken in collaboration with the’ Architect Faculty of the Norwegian technical college.

01 M A R - 3 0 A P R

Street Meat // Av Kristine Wathne

Familien, Dronningens gate 11, 7011 Trondheim Opening Ceremony from 19:00-02:00, Free NOK Art exhibition showing photos of people, stressful moments and architectural objects.

01 M A R - 2 0 M A R

Helga Boe Exhibition in collaboration with Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A, 7013 Trondheim Friday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free NOK Exhibition, second floor.

11 F E B - 06 M A R

01 M A R - 06 M A R

Kristine Dragland

Lorents Aage Nagelhus

Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim Wed-Fri 12:00-17:00, (Sat & Sun 12:0016:00), FREE Sculptures, paintings, videos and objects.

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A, 7013 Trondheim Sun-Thurs 11-22, Fri-Sat 11-00.30 , FREE NOK Exhibition, ground floor / Cafe Ni Muser. Graphics and painting.

01 M A R - 2 8 A P R

Martin Tebus – Collection

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 13:00, 110/90 NOK The exhibition Collection is both a new, ambitious art project of Martin Tebus and is the biggest achievement of Trondheim Art Museum’s art collection until now.

03 M A R C H

UKM – Ung Kultur Møtes Storstuggu, Storstuggu, 7374 Røros 18:00, 150/50 NOK

0 4 M A R - 13 M A R

Johanna Willenfelt

RAKE Visningsrom, Brattørkaia 17, 7010 Trondheim Wednesday-Sunday 13.00-18.00, Free Exhibition

0 4 M A R - 27 M AY

Spring Exhibition ‘Blumenwiese’

Englegalleriet, Leira , 7110 Rissa 19:00, Free Opening of the Spring Exhibition + a mini concert

1 0 M A R - 0 1 M AY

Nice to be in Orbit!

TKM Gråmølna, Trenerys gate 9, Wednesday 12:00-20:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, 100/50 NOK A closer look at man as interstellar traveller, and how we at the beginning of this millennium are about to redefine our relationship with the stars and, consequently, ourselves.

11 MARCH

Meta.Morf 2016 – Biosphere/Miwa Maytreyek

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:00, 150/100 NOK Animation, performance and video installation / arctic ambient + music loops and peculiar samples

Klara Lewis /Jo Thomas

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 150/100 NOK Field recordings and electronic textures / textures of voice, micro-sound and technological artifacts

13 M A R - 16 O C T

Melanie Gilligan – The common sense

TKM Bispegata, Bispegata 7 B, Wednesday 12:00-20:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, 110/50/Free The common sense is a science fiction mini-series

13 MARCH

Skipsforsiringer

Sjøfartsmuseet, Kjøpmannsgata 75, 7010 Trondheim 12:00, Free Open and free for public

15 MARCH

Exhibition opening: Dance in Norway

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 18:00, Free Visit venues where you find dance in Norway today, and learn about different social dance genres that inspires movement and fun.

17 M A R - 10 A P R

Marius Engh and Daniel Jensen – Cover with the moon Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim Wed-Fri 12-17, Sat-Sun 12-16, FREE

12 MAR - 05 JUN

Morten Gran Paintings

01 M A R - 2 7 A P R

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A, 7013 Trondheim 11:00-23:00, Free Exhibition

Anne Breivik - Retrospektiv

TKM Bispegata, Bispegata 7 B, Trondheim Wednesday 12:00-20:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, 110/50/Free Anne Breivik (1932 - 2012) marked decades as a distinguished and distinctive graphic artist , entrepreneur and art political strategist. After growing up in Inderøy in Nord-Trondelag , she took her art education in Trondheim, Oslo and Paris .

Galleri Blunk, Strandveien 23, , 7042 Svartlamoen Friday 20:00-22:00, Saturday/Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free Exhibition

Young people aged between 10 and 20 years showcases the breadth and diversity of their cultural expressions - on stage, film, arts exhibitions, with texts and as organizers!

Marius Engh and Daniel Jensen will be showing a project that explores various historical and contemporary situations and phenomena in which people seek to escape society in different ways.

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Arts and exhibitions 17 M A R - 30 A P R

3 1 M A R - 08 M AY

17 APRIL

Painting the Night Unreal - Concert Posters with Motorpsycho 19912016

Kristin Saeterdal

Merchant fleet in war

Rockheim Tue-Fri 11-19, Sat-Sun 11-18, 120/90/60 NOK Local rock stalwarts Motorpsycho present their legnedary concert posters from their illustrious career. See page 57. Recommended!

17 M A R - 2 9 M AY

Edith Lundebrekke

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Munkegata 5, 7013 Trondheim various, 90/70 NOK The body’s sensuous relation to phenomena such as colour and pattern in spatial environment is the theme of Edith Lundebrekke exhibition.

18 M A R - 20 M A R

Sara Kollstrøm Heilevang

Galleri Blunk, Strandveien 23, , 7042 Svartlamoen Friday 20:00-22:00, Saturday/Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free Exhibition

18 M A R - 0 3 A P R

Rosemary Hogarth

RAKE Visningsrom, Brattørkaia 17, 7010 Trondheim Wednesday-Sunday 13.00-18.00, Free Exhibition

18 M A R - 15 M AY

INDRE VISJONER OG DET YTRE ROM

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Munkegata 5, 7013 Trondheim various, 90/70 NOK Part of Meta.Morf 2016 - Nice to be in orbit.

3 0 M A R - 10 A P R

Lost in Space

Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim 19:00, Various NOK A curated film program consisting of several films and video art, which in various ways take a critical standpoint towards the political and ethical implications of the enthusiastic development of space travel.

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A, 7013 Trondheim Friday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free Exhibition

Sjøfartsmuseet, Kjøpmannsgata 75, 7010 Trondheim 13:00, Free Open and free for public

21 A P R - 15 M AY 01 A P R - 03 A P R

Ingrid Stendal and Maritha Olsen

Galleri Blunk, Strandveien 23, , 7042 Svartlamoen Friday 20:00-22:00, Saturday/Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free NOK Exhibition

Franz Petter Schmidt - Weaving Fabrics for Suits

Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim Opening at 19:00, Wed-Fri 12-17, Sat-Sun 12-16, FREE

01 A P R - 3 0 A P R

Supersonic Scientists Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim Tue-Fri 11-19, Sat-Sun 11-18, 120/90/60 NOK Exhibition about Motorpsycho

08 A P R - 1 7 A P R

Hans.E Scherer

RAKE Visningsrom, Brattørkaia 17, 7010 Trondheim Wednesday-Sunday 13.00-18.00, FREE Exhibition

15 APR - 17 APR

Rockin Bues

Galleri Blunk, Strandveien 23, , 7042 Svartlamoen Friday 20:00-22:00, Saturday/Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free Exhibition

15 APR - 20 APR

Art Exhibiton at Bergstadens Hotel Bergstadens Hotel, Røros, Osloveien 2, Røros 11:00-18:00, Free Art exhibition with local and national artists.

For Franz Petter Schmidt the history of the Norwegian textile industry is fundamental for his work.

28 A P R I L

Special Tour of Supersonic Scientists

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 120/90/60 NOK Rockheims curator Synnøve Engevik is giving a more thorough look at the Supersonic Scientists exhibition.

29 A P R - 0 1 M AY

Jasmine Christensson

Galleri Blunk, Strandveien 23, 7042 Svartlamoen Friday 20:00-22:00, Saturday/Sunday 12:00-16:00, Free Exhibition

17 APRIL

Colors and temperament

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 14:00/17:30, 200/100 NOK Dance show by the culture school students.

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What’s on

Kids and Family 02 M A R - 2 7 A P R

05 M A R - 3 0 A P R

08 MARCH

10 APRIL

Baby Cinema

Kids hour

Clown KNUT- Rainbow colours

Doktor Proktors

Prinsens Kino 12:00, 115 NOK Every Monday and Wednesday at midday you get a chance to catch a movie without having to fid a babysitter. Two seats for the price of one (baby seats available, plus ample room for prams), with slightly brighter ambient lighting and more understanding neighbours when you plus one needs to cry, poo or be fed!

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 12:00, Included in ticket NOK Kids hour every Saturday and Sunday. Experience the secret rooms of Rockheim, do some drawings in the Knutsen & Ludvigsen room and experience Rockheim sound-room. Limited spaces so sign up at reception upon arrival. Included in entrance tickets. Age 6-12 years-old.

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 18:00, 50/Grown ups Free In Rainbow colours’ clown Knut teaches children about the colours, where they come from, how they mix and all of the magical things they do.

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 15:00, 295/265 NOK

06 M A R C H 05 MARCH

Familiekonsert

Trondheim Symphony Orchestra

Family Ski Day Granåsen 09:00, 220/150 NOK

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 14:00, 445/210/135 NOK Learn about the ‘behind the scenes’ workings of an orchestra. Family ticket for 445 NOK.

Tours of the Erkebispegården Museum

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim 12:15, 90/40 NOK Original sculptures and stories from the Nidaros Cathedral.

20 M A R - 28 M A R

05 MARCH

Easter activities at the museum

Open Day at Lerkendal Lerkendal Stadium 10:30-15:00, Free

13 MARCH

Slip, sliding along with this day ion family fun. Routes to suit all ages and abilities. Free shuttle bus from Rema 100 Stavseth and City Syd (parking there costs 100 NOK). Free coffee from sponsors Kjelsdberg Kaffe, recommended.

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 11:00-16:00, 275/110/90/55 NOK

17th May is coming fast, but the gunpowder is missing. Can Doktor Proktor save the day?

24 A P R I L

Trondheim Litteraturhus: Story time

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 13:00, Free NOK Kari Stai and Øyvind Torseter, two of Norway’s top children’s book writers, will read from their books.

05 M A R - 2 7 M A R

Following last year’s success a big day of RBK-related event for all the family, including Open Training, Open stadium, autographs and of course selfies with your favourite players! Also the first day to get your hands on the new shirt and support the team at the start of the defending the championship. See rbi.no for more info.

05 M A R - 30 A P R

Free Ice Hockey School

Leangen Idrettsanlegg, 12:00, Free Leangen hockey club organizes free hockey school for children from 3-9 years every Saturday at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Leangen Ishall. Bring skates and helmet, we will help you with the rest. (if you dont have skates and helmet, we have little for lending there too). Experienced trainers are with the kids on the ice. Any questions, please call us at 90753211.

Touring Nidarosdomen Catacombs

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim Sat 11:00, Sun 14:00, 200 NOK Experience the medieval crypts and tombstones of Nidarosdomen.

Discover a criminal Easter at Sverresborg with a lot of excitement and activities.

05 M A R - 2 7 M A R

Tour of Nidaros Cathedral

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim Sat 12:00, Sun 13:15, 90/40 NOK Walk through time spanning from St. Olaf and the Christianisation of the country until today.

06 M A R - 2 4 A P R

Open Farm

0 6 A P R - 24 A P R

Fairytale stories at Nesset farm

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 13:00 every Sunday, 275/110/90/55 NOK Old fairytale stories are being told in a new way, both young and old will be surprised, regardless of how many times they`ve heard the story before!

Vollgård, Gamle Jonsvannsveien 1, 7048 Trondheim 11:00-115:00, 50 NOK Open farm every Sunday. Come and pet the animals.

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Sports 02 MAR - 27 APR

09 M A R C H

02 APRIL

18 APRIL

Try climbing

Kolstad v FyllingenBergen

Horse racing V75

Horse racing V65

0 5 M A R - 30 A P R

1 2 M A R - 02 A P R

02 APR - 3 APR

Walk: Hjertebyen rundt

Camp Nidaros 2016

Trondheim Klatresenteret, Falkenborgveien 37, Trondheim 17:00-19:00, 350 NOK Curious about climbing? This is the perfect chance to try it out. 2 hours with an instructor.

Free Ice Hockey School

Leangen Idrettsanlegg, 12:00, Free Leangen hockey club organizes free hockey school for children from 3-9 years every Saturday at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Leangen Ishall. Bring skates and helmet, we will help you with the rest. (if you dont have skates and helmet, we have little for lending there too). Experienced trainers are with the kids on the ice. Any questions, please call us at 90753211.

05 MARCH

Open Day at Lerkendal

Lerkendal Stadium 10:30-15:00, Free Following last year’s success a big day of RBK-related event for all the family, including Open Training, Open stadium, autographs and of course selfies with your favourite players! Also the first day to get your hands on the new shirt and support the team at the start of the defending the championship. See rbk.no for more info.

06 MARCH

Family Ski Day

Nidarøhallen D, Klostergata 90, 7030 Trondheim 18:30, 150/100/50 NOK Professional men’s handball. Family tickets for 2 adults and 2 children, 110 per adult and 40 per child.

Midtbyen 12:00-13:00, Free The walk is about four kilometers, takes an hour and is suitable for everybody. The walk is part of the project The Walk of Change, everyday at same time.

Trondheim Spektrum 09:30-18:00, 900/600/500 NOK Camp Nidaros is a co-ed roller derby bootcamp. See nidarosrollerderby.wordpress. com for more info.

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 18:05, Free Harness trotting and racing under saddle. Betting, buffet of asian and Norwegian food, and great student offers!

24 A P R I L

RBK v Viking

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, 80-395 NOK Tippeligaen match.

06 APRIL

25 A P R I L

Byåsen Elite v Rælingen

Horse racing V65

Trondheim Spektrum 14:00, 100 NOK Get with the craziness that is roller derby. Under 12s free.

Nidarøhallen D, Klostergata 90, 7030 Trondheim 18:30, 150/100/50 NOK Professional women’s handball. Family tickets for 2 adults and 2 children, 110 per adult and 40 per child.

14 MARCH

10 APRIL

30 A P R I L

Horse racing V65

Ranheim v He

Horse racing - Leangen Ladies Night

12 MARCH

Roller Derby: Nidaros v Tampere (Fin)

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 18:50, Free Harness trotting and racing under saddle. Betting, buffet of asian and Norwegian food, and great student offers!

DnB Arena, Ranheimsvegen 166, 7053 Trondheim 18:00, 150/100/50 NOK OBOS League game

10 APRIL 16 MARCH

Granåsen 09:00, 220/150 NOK Slip, sliding along with this day ion family fun. Routes to suit all ages and abilities. Free shuttle bus from Rema 100 Stavseth and City Syd (parking there costs 100 NOK). Free coffee from sponsors Kjelsdberg Kaffe, recommended.

Kolstad v Stord Elite

06 MARCH

19 MARCH

Nidarøhallen D, Klostergata 90, 7030 Trondheim 19:00, 150/100/50 NOK Professional men’s handball. Family tickets for 2 adults and 2 children, 110 per adult and 40 per child.

Byåsen v Vipers Kristiansand

RBK v Strømsgodset

Nidarøhallen D, Klostergata 90, 7030 18:00, 150/100/50 NOK Professional women’s handball. Family tickets for 2 adults and 2 children, 110 per adult and 40 per child.

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, 80-395 NOK Tippeligaen match.

07 MARCH

21 MARCH

Horse racing V65

Horse racing V65

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 First race at 18:50, Free Harness trotting and racing under saddle. Betting, buffet of asian and Norwegian food, and great student offers!

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 13:50, Free Free concert and After Trot Party right after the last race!

RBK v Ålesund

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 18:05, Free Harness trotting and racing under saddle. Betting, buffet of asian and Norwegian food, and great student offers!

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 18:30, Free Harness racing with Ladies Night-theme throughout the day and evening. The Ladies Night-ticket will include dinner, beverage, shows, concert and much more.

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, 80-395 NOK Tippeligaen match.

11 APRIL

Horse racing V65

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 18:05, Free Harness trotting and racing under saddle. Betting, buffet of asian and Norwegian food, and great student offers!

16 APRIL

Leangen Travbane, Tungaveien 1, 7047 Trondheim First race at 18:50, Free Harness trotting and racing under saddle. Betting, buffet of asian and norwegian food, and great student offers!

RBK v Brann

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, 80-395 NOK Tippeligaen match.

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Food and Drink Alma Mater

Baklandet Skydsstation

Bror

Epiciere Fine. This delicatessen offers the best of French gastronomy; cheeses, charcuterie, foie gras, truffles, exclusive oils & spices and much more. You can also enjoy a cheese or charcuterie plate served in the dining area with a selection of French wines by the glass. Or a gourmet sandwich freshly made à la carte and a speciality artisan coffee from local coffee house Jacobsen & Svart.

Named Best Café of the Year by National Geographic in 2012, Baklandet Skydsstation is an idyllic and peaceful café where you can enjoy delicious food and drinks in a traditional setting. Here you can enjoy a cup of homemade cocoa while looking out over Nidarosdomen. One of Trondheim’s most historical buildings which dates back to the 1700’s, Baklandet Skydsstation has rave reviews from locals, tourists and media and is famous for its fish soup.

Bror is a bar and BBQ located in Nordre Gate, right in the heart of Trondheim. They specialize in craft beers and rum, served alongside burgers and southern California-style BBQ. All the meat is smoked in-house and cooked in a charcoal-fired grill. Mmmm! Go as you are – be it a quick drink, a full meal or a night out, Bror offers a warm welcome!

Byhaven Shopping Centre, Olav Tryggvasons gate 28 +47 73 53 52 63 Monday-Friday 09:00-20:00, Saturday 10:00-18:00

Olav Trygvassons gate 29, 7011 Trondheim Brorbar.no / instagram: @bror_bar / +47 458 31 526 Mon-Tue 11.00-00.30, Wed-Sat 11.00-02.30, Sun 13.00-02.30

Øvre Bakklandet 33, 7013 Trondheim Mon-Fri 11:00-01:00, Sat-Sun 12:00-01:00

1 Alma Mater

4 Café Løkka

7 Mathall Trondheim

10 Røst Teaterbistro

2 Baklandet Skydstation

5 Kafé Soil / TAPS

8 Nordøst

11 Tacopedia

3 Bror

6 Kalas & Canasta

9 Ramp

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Café Løkka

Mathall Trondheim

Røst Teaterbistro

Between Bakklandet and Solsiden amongst the old remains of industry and brick walls you can find one of Trondheim’s hidden treasures, Café Løkka. Soothing indie, soul, funk and folk music is the backdrop of this unique setting. The ideal place to come and study, do lunch or just hang for a couple of beers; the ambience of Løkka is always perfect.

Trondheim’s first food hall (‘Mathall’) consist of a delicatessen full of local products, a coffee bar, a restaurant (with an aquavit bar) and a specialist beer shop. Finally local producers have an all-year outlet for their food and drink, including; local cheese and dairy products, organic veg, forest-bound meat, environmentally-friendly seafood, hundreds of beers, coffee, bread and much more!

Røst is located in the dramatic atmosphere of Trøndelag Teater. This stunning dining room has been used for wining and dining since the early 19th century, and now plays host to an up-and-coming group of chefs, who’ve taken center stage with their affordable fine-dining experience.

Dokkgata 8, 7014 Trondheim Cafelokka.no +47 400 00 974 Mon-Sat 11:00-01:30, Sun 12:00-00:30

Kafé Soil / TAPS

Bøndernes Hus, Prinsenkrysset (entrance from Prinsens gt.) mathalltrondheim.no +47 45 90 65 55 Mon-Fri 07:00-19:00, Sat 09:00-19:00

Prinsens gt 18/20, Trondheim rostbistro.no /+47 406 95 111 / booking@rostbistro.no mon - sat 17.00 - 24.00

NordØst Food & Cocktails

Tacopedia

North meets East! Many of the best ingredients from the Norwegian Coast are exported to Asia. At NordØst however their award-winning chef, Håkon Solbakk, takes flavours and techniques in the oposite direction, blending the best local ingredients with a flavor of the East. Also open late Thursday to Saturday for spell-binding signature cocktails.

Tacopedia is a 'fast casual' Mexican restaurant in Trondheim city centre. Everything they provide is made in house. First you choose your taco, then your meat, then you choose your salsa and your toppings. It's fast, tasty and healthy food at reasonable prices!

Kafé Soil sits in charming Bakklandet and serves up delicious organic homemade cakes and other baked goods. Vegan and raw alternatives ensure that there is something for everyone, and visitors can quench their thirst with locally-roasted coffee as well as juice and soda. The café offers a great selection of tea, chocolates and coffee beans and is run with the help of fantastic volunteers. Nedre Bakklandet 20d, 7014 Trondheim Mon-Sat 11:00-17:00, Sun 11:00-18:00

Kalas & Canasta

Choose from their three, five and nine course set menus; all based on the finest produce available, with self-grown veggies and good quality wines and drinks.

TMV-kaia 25 (Solsiden) nordoest.no +47 482 89 482 / post@nordoest.no / snapchat: nordoestfc Mon-Wed 11:00-24:00, Thur 11:00-01:00, Fri-Sat 11:00-02:00

Ramp Ramp Pub & Spiseri is a local bistro and pub located on the eastside of town, to be more precise in Svartlamon (Trondheim’s alternative area). We've been here for 12 years, serving our in-house produced burgers, hummus and delicious daily specials. We pride our self on local ingredients, in-house produced bread and cakes and on serving quality food and drinks.

Kongens gate 16, 7010 Trondheim (Torvet/Town centre) Mon-Thurs 11.00-21.00, Fri-Sat 11.00-03.30 Sun 14.0021.00 tacopedia.com +47 47 35 35 98

To Rom og Kjøkken Run by Roar Hildonen and Alexander Skjefte – both with a great passion for food and drink - To Rom og Kjøkken focuses on the best produce from Trøndelag. It is the largest food region in Norway with a wide variety of seafood and other delicious local, small scale products. To Rom og Kjøkken takes inspiration from Mediterranean cuisine, and uses first class ingredients in a unique way with no compromise. They boast an extensive selection of 500 wines and 120 beers.

Kalas & Canasta is a restaurant and bar located in the middle of charming Bakklandet, next to Gamle bybro (Old City Bridge). They have a bistro-inspired menu that varies depending on the season and access to fresh produce and local ingredients. Great for lunch, dinner or beer tasting at the bar with some ham and cheese. Nedre Bakklandet 5, 7014 Trondheim kalasogcanasta.no + 47 928 52 527 Mon-Thur 11-24.00, Fri 11-01.00, Sat 12-01.00, Sun 13-21.00

Strandveien 25a, 7042 Trondheim Tlf: 73518020 Webpage:http://www.lamoramp.com/ Mon-Thurs: 14:00-01:00, Fri-Sun: 12:00-01:00

Carl Johans Gate 5, 7010 Trondheim toromogkjokken.no +47 735 68 900 Mon - Thu 16:00 - 24:00, Fri - Sat 16:00 - 01:00 Tue-Thur 16-24.00, Fri 16-01.00, Sat 12-01.00, Sun 12-21.00

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