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May / June 2016 issue

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8. GREEN IS THE NEW BLACK Sustainable fashion

12. LIGHTS, HAIR, ACTION! Jeremy Davies-Barbala & Astri Barbala cutting up a storm

16. TRONDHEIM STYLE GUIDE Second hand fashion from Fretex 18. A BUNAD FOR ALL SPTZBRGN’s Jarle Hagen on when traditional values meet contemporary 20. ART + SPACE Punket Visningrom in the spotlight 22. STYLE // DESIGN

Trondheim’s makers and shakers; our leading creators

30. LANDSCAPES this issue’s photo gallery is by Jan Ove Iversen 34. PREVIEWS & LISTINGS T H E L I ST trd TH E TENTH ISS UE

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STYLE, DESIGN, SPRING AND CELEBRATION. Words: Jaya Thomlison

Suddenly we turn the page into May and everyone is outside. Together. All of the time. Smiles return in full-force, people shed their snow and rain clothing for the first time since last fall, put their sunglasses back on and suddenly we are reborn with an individual style that may have been abandonned for the winter-functional. Trøndelag is often known as the pratical, yet warmly genuine region in Norway. Yes, we’re still willing to be known as charming and comfortably authentic, but that is not to overlook, nor understate the presence of design, style and art in and around the city. Home to several art and design academies and institutions, Trondheim and region is actually bubbling with artistic expression… if you look. A small group of professionals are delivering daily to a large group of inhabitants. Design and style interest the majority of us, regardless of whether it is interior, fashion, product development, design-thinking. Take a moment to notice the artistic pop-ups on walls, stylised posters from one of the many daily events, new architecture and window shops with the slowly burgeoning traces of a growing local fashion and manufacturer culture, to name a few. The streets are in fact filled with clues of design and living culture. Some of this provided by the City of Trondheim’s Art Advisor and Currator, Ulrika Wallin who, after 12 years of bringing art to public spaces, will return home to Stockholm this summer. Thank you Ulrika for your fantastic, experimental work in the city! Not to fear though, we have some new players in town. This issue of The List touches upong moments of the visual: design in our city.The List has located subcultures, traced local clothing industries and asked for stories of their style-creation. We’ve spoken with stylists and world-renowned hair-artists, testing their skills at local salons. We interviewed artists offering their ideas to public spaces, heard about local design culture, and collected some musings from a local fashionista that chose to make Trondheim her place of study. This is a good time to appreciate your own style. May and June are busy times, with multiple outdoor festivals and celebrations filling many of the long weekends. For some of this it will come on top of final exams, confirmations and graduations. For most of us, there will be National day celebrations on the 17th of May, and hectic cramming to deliver work before a generally much anticipated summer vacation. Come take a look at many of these events featured in this issue, and get to know your neighbouring design community.

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CONTRIBUTORS

Sarah Poesen

Jarle Hagen

Karianne Skillberg

Jan Ove Iversen

Karin Modig

Sarah is a Belgian illustrator who packed her bags for a year of Norwegian discoveries. Stranded in Trondheim, enjoying this city, drinking coffees and observing people and their habits - with her sketchbook at hand. What started as a hobby became an indispensable habit. She doesn’t leave the house without paper and pencil case, and her bag is usually filled with all kinds of paper scraps.

Photographer Jarle Hagen is a trained AD with a background from Coventry Polytechnics, Central St. Martins in London and Westerdals Reklameskole in Oslo. He has worked as AD for sixteen years, for Saatchi & Saatchi among others.

A personal styleblogger and fourth year MBA student at NTNU, Karianne has been living in Trondheim for about five years.

100% Norwegian designer, illustrator and photographer. He calls himself a visualist. Based in Trondheim and currently lead visual designer at Zedge, with a seven-year-long agency background as a designer both for web and print. A sucker for clean lines, simple layouts and ‘no bullshit-design,’ J.O. likes to spend as much time as possible roaming around the mountains, fjords and woods. Always with a camera.

Trondheim-born and raised, Karin moved to London at the age of 18 with the intention of staying for four months. 15 years later, she returned home.

@janove

When not working, she is re-discovering her city and trying to catch up with a decade and a half of missed Norwegian cultural references and humour.

Sarah draws to keep souvenirs of situations and gets inspired by strange animals, the Norwegian nature and habits, and going on mini-trips.  Check out her drawings and Norwegian impressions. sarahpoesen.be.

Together with his significant other he runs SPTZBRGN, and his heart beats extra strongly for the Scandinavian – the dramatic, dark, melancholy in combination with the bright, light, minimalistic. His work spans from lifestyle, people, food and drink to product- and automotive photography. With his experience as AD, aesthetic flair and sense for details, he has a deep-rooted understanding of what is located in front of the camera.

Originally from Kongsberg, she decided to drop out of school as a 19 year old and move to London to experience everything the giant metropolis had to offer.  She’s been blogging for over two years now, mostly about personal style, some small life hacks and her huge interest for fashion.   Her current obsession consists of yoga, preferably bikram.

Karin has a BA in Media and Communication with journalism from Goldsmiths, and has worked extensively as a writer and journalist. She is currently working with digital media and marketing for the IT company Powel.

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GREEN IS THE NE W BL ACK How one of our favorite pastimes may be harming our future. Words: Zane Datava Illustration: Sarah Poesen

The exciting world of clothes and fashion becomes more difficult if we look behind the colours, textures, designs and irresistible sale offers. Awareness about the way our clothes are being made, where they come from, and – last but not least – where they end up after serving their time with us – becomes complicated. Just as it was a long time ago when clothes served the pure purpose of protecting from weather conditions, it is also a long time since we really knew where they come from and how and where our clothes are made. The price we pay for the fashion and style is much higher than we would like to know. And who actually pays the full price for our seasonal colour palettes, mood changes and 70% sales? In reality, we have to consider many aspects, starting from the way fabrics and other materials are produced, dyed and distributed – looking at the environmental and social impact of the production process. Even when we seemingly think we are doing a good thing by giving away the clothes we don’t want anymore, we might still be trapped in the circle of over-consumption, which is a reason for negative environmental and social changes somewhere else. Namely, the price tag on the new spring coat is just a very small part of what actually is being paid. It’s often assumed that by giving away things we have owned, we do something good to the world, but often it can be quite the opposite. Especially if we feel encouraged to shop more as we might think that our pre-owned things mysteriously disappear or might be useful for somebody else. That may or may not be true. First of all, our used stuff doesn’t disappear, just like any other trash we create during our lifespan. Researcher Martin O’ Brien, while writing about consumption, suggests we should call nowadays societies ‘societies of rubbish’, rather than societies of consumption (O’Brien 2008, 5). A lot of our activity is connected to waste and its management - collecting, distributing, getting rid of it.  This is closely connected with vast consumption on the other hand.

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That being said, what can we do to improve our behaviour and produce less waste? Sure, there are practices we can use to lessen our impact. Regarding clothes that would be buying better quality clothes, using them longer and repairing them instead of throwing them away. If buying new, we should find out how ethical our clothes are and how environmentally-friendly their production method was. Other practices include buying pre-used and exchanging instead of buying. I am not such a bright example myself, I must admit. Even though I have been shopping in second hand clothes stores since I was a teenager - when I was really fascinated by vintage clothes I could find there - I still tend to fall for the traps of quick shopping when there is something particular I need, the sort of items which are not that easily found in the second hand stores. However, I would recommend ‘Gratisbuttiken’ in Svartlamon for buying or exchanging things. Clothes and household items are exchanged every week, and there are clothes swapping events, second hand stores and flea markets. But there for sure are many other strategies about how to approach the issue, so I asked other people about their experiences. Janina Lamøy, the Environmental Manager at PSTEREO festival, says she has managed to live without clothes shopping for almost a year. Most of her clothes come from clothes swapping events, which are held at DIGS, Soil Café and between friends. The purpose of the swapping events is to reuse existing resources. The fact that you get ‘new’ clothes is a positive side effect, and not the main reason of it. If there is something else needed, which you wouldn’t like to get used, it’s wise to wait until the next possibility to get it from somebody as a gift. You can write a list, and ask friends, when there is occasion, like a birthday. Janina recommends not to buy things, but to get experiences instead. If shopping is necessary, there should be put limits on how much one can spend, and always try to buy used first.


To be environmentally friendly is not just for individuals. Janina mentions that PSTEREO has several approaches towards reaching their sustainability goals. For example, they are using organic short-travelled cotton for their volunteer t-shirts and, when it comes to food, local producers and businesses are encouraged to sell their products during the festival. Artist areas are equipped with reused furniture. And lastly, it is also very economical to be environmentally friendly. The less you use or more you reuse, the less you pay, which is a good side effect!

buy far more than we actually need, and that we buy bad quality clothes that end up being used for a short time. The advice from JOHNNYLOVE is to start caring about what you wear.

Hilde Opoku, the leader of the Miljøpartiet De Grønne (Green party) in Trondheim thinks that fashion trends nowadays actually are environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Designers have decided to use only fabrics produced within the EU, mainly in Italy, as that allows them to follow the quality standards they have set to themselves. These fabrics are made using fewer chemicals and water, and in general produce less waste during the production of textiles. The clothes as a result take longer to wear and tear, and they keep their colors longer. Manufacturing and producing is located within short distance from each other, and that allows keeping lower gas usage and transportation costs.

According to Hilde, second-hand shopping is just partly solving the problem, as it only helps if the products are sold again in the same place where they are bought. If the clothes are made in Asia, sold in Europe, and then travel to Africa, the impact we create for the environment is huge. Hilde has experience from Ghana, where huge amounts of second-hand clothes are causing an array of environmental, cultural and social problems. They are often inappropriate for the local weather and habits, and thus unusable. As a result, our help is often just dumped, and it also destroys tradition of locally made clothes in Ghana, as people find it cheaper to get second hand clothes instead of going to seamstresses.

“Most important is to buy quality. Buy something that you can relate to, that you would like to have for a long time. Educate yourself about where your clothes are made. Ask the shops if they know where their clothes are produced. If you care, the store starts to care!” he said.

So, as we see, there are options out there about how to deal with a growing issue of our needs and wants regarding fashion. To sum it up are a few key ideas to keep in mind: start caring, start asking and think wisely before buying new. We must keep in mind the long-term consequences our actions today will have.

Hilde thinks we should get more information about the products in the shops – where and how they are made and what materials have been used, that is lacking right now. Her shopping is based on the notion that clothes should be only bought when necessary, and then they should be lasting and of a good quality. Another concern when buying new is how it has been made. Emma Jarvis, the organizer of Vegan fair in Trondheim, recommends wearing vegan-friendly fashion. Vegan fashion is clothing and accessories made from cruelty-free sources, meaning that no animal products were used in making the garments. Cruelty free means also less CO2 in the air, and therefore is environmentally friendlier. This year, the Vegan Fair was also presenting a vegan fashion show. Local designer John Vinnem, designer and CEO of JOHNNYLOVE, agrees that fashion is a big polluter. However, according to John, the problem is not that we need clothes, but that we

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LEGENDS AND THE LIKE Words: Andrew Christopher Anfinnsen, booking manager at BrukBar / Blæst

As I’m writing this, the news has just broken that The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen, has been announced to perform in Trondheim this summer. Understandably, people are going wild – from several generations of music fans to cultural journalists and proud politicians. Hotels and restaurants will be filled as people will be flocking to Mid-Norway’s hub for the show. “Finally there’s hope for Trondheim as a concert city!” they say. They’re probably right about that in terms of stadium shows, and as a fan I’m cheering along as well. But as a local promoter and year-round live enthusiast, whenever there’s talk of artists like the Stones, Dylan, Springsteen, Metallica et al being the only names that are big enough to define a “concert city”, my knees jerk wildly. Anyone who’s followed the various venues and festivals of this city should know that the artists we are able to attract by far outsize the city’s population. Here’s to remembering a couple highlights, both big and small, from recent years!

JAY-Z

@ UKA in 2009

Probably the most successful rap artist / businessman of our time, he triggered some serious paparazzi craze when he had wifey Beyoncé tagging along to see the sights.

THE XX

@ PSTEREO in 2013

Bringing along a huge crew and production for their rather stripped down and minimalistic sound, the band gave us one of the year’s finer live experiences shortly after the release of their second album.

SWANS

@ BLÆST in 2015

Topping several year-end lists of international critics for their last two recent records, the legendary NYbased noise rock band played for a sold out but intimate capacity at Blæst just about a year ago.

WU-TANG CLAN

@ FAMILIEN in 2012/2013

JAMES BLAKE

@ SUPA in 2009

You may know him as a major electronic / pop artist, but he DJ’d for just a few dozen enthusiasts at the now extinct nightclub Supa right around the release of his first hit single.

After an unfortunate festival cancellation, GZA and Raekwon performed in what they described as a living room - the now defunct Familien. A few months later, Ghostface Killah played the same intimate stage. Legendary!

... and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Springsteen will be huge, but make sure to follow your local nightlife, as you never know when you’ll see a legend at a jam-packed intimate club! Personally, I’ll be looking forward to host Sun Kil Moon in June, and enjoying a couple cold ones at this year’s Pstereo festival seeing Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth fame. Trondheim is very much a city for great live shows already.

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After many years in London, Jeremy’s work took him to LA and they moved across the pond. When Astri got pregnant, the time was right to settle down in a less hectic place. After four and a half years, they swapped the city of angels for a more down-to-earth lifestyle in Trondheim. If they are missing big city life, they are not showing it. They love how Trondheim is “a city that knows its own identity,” and are finding the lack of arrogance and ego refreshing. Æ for individuality The location will be a big part of the salon’s identity. The name Æ, the pronoun for ‘I’ in the local dialect, was chosen partly to embrace the identity of being a Trønder. Minimalistic Scandinavian design has influenced the salon’s look and the photographer they are working with is local. Æ’s brand shoot features “real people” rather than models, ranging from an NTNU student to a local chef. “The idea is to utilise our experience from the places we have lived and combine this with local influences and talent,” explains Jeremy.

Lights, hair, action! Words: Karin Modin Photo: Nikol Herac

This Trondheim power couple knows how to style some serious locks, and are here to give Trondheim some LA style and London flare.

Jeremy Davies-Barbala has created looks for fashion designers and Hollywood actresses; and his wife Astri Barbala has modelled for fashion houses such as Jean Paul Gaultier. Having spent the last decade in London and LA, this stylish husband and wife team have put their roots down in Trondheim, and have opened their hair salon and academy hybrid ‘Æ’. Their salon is based around the core values of suitability, obtainability and sustainability. That, and Jeremy’s extensive experience. During his 20-year career, he has been the Senior Creative Director for Vidal Sassoon for several years, heading up both the flagship stores in London and Beverly Hills. Jeremy credits his wife with making his work better by adding a less technical perspective. As well as modelling, Astri has worked within journalism and media, and is currently doing an MA in visual culture. Her perspective on hair is largely a cultural one. “I love how hair is so attached to culture, history and politics,” she says. “Hair can be such a powerful statement.”

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Æ is also about individuality, about getting to know each client and creating the right look for that person. “We want every client that comes in here, to have a great experience,” says Astri. “It is about how can we tailor our look for each individual person.” Training academy and creative space In addition to being a salon, Æ is also a hair education centre. Jeremy has spent a large part of his career being an educator and now he wants to offer training to Scandinavian hairdressers. They are also hoping to hold events here and allow people to exhibit their work on the walls. “We want to create a creative space,” says Jeremy. “It is important for us to be part of the community, both the creative and the small business communities.” There is no shortage of hairdressers in Trondheim, but they are not worried about the competition. “I feel our approach is different, we do not see it purely a business to make the up the numbers,” says Astri. “It is a family business, it is going to be fun.” Up until now they have done pretty much everything themselves. They have barely seen each other for two months as Jeremy has all but turned carpenter. He has been grafting, building a reception desk, painting and generally fixing up the space. Astri has also put her skills to good use, putting their philosophy into words and designing their website. All about balance With daughter Eira now one, the time was right for a new venture. “It is something we have always talked about, how can we marry our interests for hair in a way were we can work together,” says Astri.

From big city lights to Northern Lights

“Making our hobby our life’s work, that is really what we are trying to do here. Making sure our life has balance and making it fit around the most important person in our relationship, which is our daughter,” says Jeremy.

Londoner Jeremy and Stjørdal-born Astri have been a couple for ten years. They first met when he was working as a creative director and she was a hair model. They saw each other several times at various fashion shows across the world, until one late night they bonded over a bottle of whisky. The rest, as they say, is history.

With Jeremy admitting to still having clients in LA that will insist on him flying over to do their hair, we have to ask; is a Jeremy haircut something normal people can afford? “Our prices will be competitive,” he promises. “What I do not what to do, is to extort people. Being obtainable is really important to me.”

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A Bunad for all Words: Jarle Hagen

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orway’s traditional costume, the ‘bunad’, is sewn from fairytales and folklore, reminiscent of an agrarian society that once was. At the time when Norwegian society was establishing its own confederation, developing a separate written language and other national symbols of independence, bunads were being constructed as national icons of costume. Today, they represent a unique Norwegian identity. Norwegians outfit themselves in their bunads for moments of everyday life and in festivity, in times of sorrow and in rejoice. In fact, the costume-clad can be seen at nearly all Norwegian celebrations, especially special occasions such as baptisms, weddings and confirmations. Both women and men can be seen donning this apparel, though mostly women. Nearly 70 percent of all Norwegian women over the age of 15 own a bunad, while only seven percent of all Norwegian men of the same age. That being said, a bunad can be spotted in every significant stage or event throughout a Norwegian’s lifetime.

“traditions Today, old and new bunad are co-existing side

by side. Bunad culture is one of living development, new styles and old, streaming the past into contemporary ways.

Photos by Jarle Hagen

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Norway is a narrow country with a long coast, shrouded by high mountains, deep valleys, elongated rivers and grassy plains – each location is unique, and appropriately, nearly every village and valley has its own cherished costume or bunad. Bunads offer a sense of social belonging, they are an identity marker that says something about your roots, your origins, where you call home. For well over a hundred years ago in several places across Norway, folk costumes were commonly used in living tradition. Even up until as recently as the 80s, one could find a few older


women out-and-about in Telemark, dressed in these costumes as their everyday attire. National costumes, and specifically, the craftmanship of the bunad, can be bountiful sources of knowledge from earlier days. It reveals clues about lifestyles along the coast and village residences; about flora and fauna. About the cultural heritage and cultural influences of former times; musings from the European continent and great powers further to the south and east. The cultural heritage we see today is the result of man’s relentless pursuit and ability to innovate and foster change. This is reflected in the adaptation of traditional costume over time. There is a resurgence of intrigue and popularity for use of bunads in modern-day Norway, remarkably so during the past 20 years. Not everyone, however, wishes to evoke all of the traditions of the past. Some wish to modernise the use of the bunad, while still keeping the aesthetics close to its roots.

Of course Bunads are not cheap, but they are bespoke, meaningful and built to last for generations. One of Norway’s most famous producers, Norsk Flid Hiusfliden, says “this is the exciting aspect of costumes: they live longer than those that they are made for. It is one of the few things which you never throw away, a heirloom which will be inherited and used again.” Pictured, Norsk Flid Hiusfliden’s Blå Trønder-

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nad, from the Trondheim region; Norway’s most popular bunad on 17 May last year according to Norskflid.no. Photo: Lars Botten / Palookaville

Such examples can be found in the ’bunad tie,’ a product available for 93 percent of the male population opting away from a traditional bunad, or even females wishing to put a twist on their 17th of May celebrations. Designers from Sptzbrgn have created an ’old craftmanship meets new tradition’ bunad. Their ’costume ties’ are embroidered handiworks, where the artwork and costume mimick traditional and geographically-connected designs of some of the most famous and beloved womens’ bunads. Bunad slips are faithful to the core values of bunad culture, yet highly original. Each are hand-made and each tie uses Norwegian materials used to create traditional bunads, using fabric and bulky wool that is carded, spun and dyed in Norwegian tradition. Recreations of the traditional bunad will likely continue, as new designers experiment with carrying on the symbolic nature of traditional costume, while dressing themselves for modern day celebrations. Norwegian bunads will increase in popularity as with trend, and new adaptations of their cultural heritage will find its way into oncoming design. Spring, and especially May, is a time when the Norwegian bunad is in full bloom. At a high season for national romanticism and celebration, a beautiful time awaits us.

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ART + SPACE PUNKTET VISNINGSROM Words: Laura-Ann Morrison

Who are you - PUNKTET? punktet is an exhibition arena which focuses on the theme art and space in Trondheim. punktet consists of 23 art history students divided into different sections. We work with two exhibitions each year, which are taking place in the springtime.The exhibition period for each project is five days, where we arrange different happenings, like artist talks, performances and lectures. In this way, we want the exhibitions to be a dynamic and vibrant contribution to the city’s art scene. We want to explore the theme of art and space, by pulling the contemporary art out of the common white cube. We wish to create a situation where art and space can influence, but also challenge each other. In doing so, we hope that the audience perceives both the art and the space in a new manner. Up until now, we have used places around the city, which is usually closed off to the public. Last year in 2015, Mikael Jacobsson and Øyvind Sørfjordmo had the exhibition Analog Virtual Reality in one of the quays in Kjøpmannsgata 27 in March. For the April exhibition David Breida created Oh the Sisters of Mercy in the cellar at Bakke Gård, which was previously used as a monastery. Jacobsson and Sørfjordmo kept the focus for their exhibition on the architectonic challenges of the location, while Breida had a more historical focus. The exhibitions of 2016 was also held at different locations. For the March exhibition, Hanna Fauske used the guarding towers at Bakke Bru, to create the exhibition Guardians of the Bridge. Fauske invented two fictional characters and created a certain atmosphere in the towers. By using different techniques she activated the public senses, through smell, sound and visual elements. For the April exhibition Pink Shoelaces, we used the whole area at Skansen. We got access to Skansen lighthouse, an old power station and Skansen Station. In addition to this, the artists were also invited to use the newly developed outdoor area. The curators David Breida and Jeremy Welsh asked 15 young artists to interpret the place in their own way.This resulted in a diverse exhibition with several different artistic mediums that communicated with the space in their own particular manner. There were performances, video installations, sculptures and installations.

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Tell me about PUNKTET from the beginning – The idea for punktet started when a group of art history students went to Helsinki on a study trip in 2014. We suddenly realized that there were many of the students which had competencies in other disciplines, like economics, education and project management. In addition to this, we wanted to use our theoretical knowledge and combine it with practical work to create a showroom, run by art history students. We saw an opportunity to use our art historical knowledge, in relations to the contemporary art scene in Trondheim. So we pitched the idea for our institute – institute for art and media at NTNU, and the response we got was more positive than we could have hoped for. We knew that we had an idea, but the actual form derived from the first project phase, which took place in the autumn of 2014. We approached many different ideas, through brainstorming and workshops. We thought about building our own gallery, to buy a bus or to have a floating dock and place a container on top of it. At last, we settled on the idea of borrowing different locations throughout the city, and that this would go well with our concept about art and space. From there, we started looking for suitable locations, to host exhibitions corresponding to our theme. This was a new experience for all of us, and we were excited about how it would be received by Trondheims artscene, and also the population as a whole. We got financial support from Trondheim Kommune and Faculty for Humanities at NTNU, so that we could start planning the exhibitions and finally see them happening for the first time in the spring of 2015. How can/are PUNKTET collaborate with international artists? punktet has an open call once a year, where artists can apply for the two different exhibitions. We want the applying artists to interpret the space in which the exhibition will take place. It is also an important factor that the artists is relatively unestablished (min. 6 years since finished studies) and that they have a connection to Trondheim. This year we got a lot of applications from the students at the Academy of Fine Arts here in Trondheim,


which also house a lot of international students. Except from the demand that the artists has a connection to Trondheim, we don’t have any other demands about the whereabouts or origins of the artists. It is an overall goal for us to focus on artists who in some way are connected to Trondheim. For the Skansen exhibition, Pink Shoelaces, a great diversity of artists exhibited, from countries around the world. This resulted in a collaboration between artists from different places in Norway, and also Sweden, Spain, Palestine, and the Netherlands. What are your future prospects and goals? We wish that punktet will continue to live on. By now, we are starting to feel more established as an exhibition site in Trondheim, and the positive responses is a big motivation for our further work. Trondheim is a city with a thriving and vibrant art scene, and to be a part of this has been a great experience for all of us. Therefore, we see that there is a great value to keep building on what we have achieved so far, and that punktet can take new and different forms in the future. punktet is run on a volunteer basis, by students, so we rely heavily on the freedom and flexibility that we are given, by hosting exhibitions on a yearto-year basis. We have seen that there is much to gain on creating this kind of environment, where students can meet across disciplines and gain knowledge by making something together. We also hope to create a scene in Trondheim where young and unestablished artists can be given the opportunity to show their work. For art history students, it is also a good introduction to what is expected from them after they have finished their studies.In working with punktet, we gain experiences, develop networks and get to see our own discipline with new eyes. Furthermore, we get to see the value in giving art experiences to the population of Trondheim. With our theme art and space and the different locations, we hope to reach out to a bigger audience in the public as a whole. For each exhibition, we invite and arrange school classes to come and participate in the exhibition through their own experiences. It is very interesting to witness how children react to contemporary art, where as many of them have never faced it before. In that way, we hope to give them a little introduction to what the contemporary artworld has to provide. Hopefully it will be easier for them to approach art in on their own on other occasions.

Which significant artists would you highlight at this moment? And why?

Guri Simone Øveraas, «Untitled» performance 08.04.16 Photo: Benedicte Weiseth Tangen

It is not possible to name just one, as there is so much exhilarating going on. This year, we have had the pleasure to work with a wide range of artists. All in all, there has been 18 artists involved in the two exhibitions. All of these artists work in Trondheim, some still in the academy, and some have already graduated. This wide selection of artists has proved to us that there is much to gain in paying attention to what is happening on the artscene in Trondheim, especially with the younger artists. We are excited to see how their artistic practise will develop in the future. Trondheim is a city with an open and well-established art scene, which also often features young artists. Upcoming exhibitions? Our way of working with punktet, is the specific process we use when working towards each exhibition.This is, in a way the whole nerve in punktet – we are not absolutely sure how the exhibition will look, until the actual opening night. Working like this, gives us flexibility and freedom which we value, it also entails that our successors are free to give the project new forms in the future.Therefore, it is hard to say at this stage what form punktet will take for 2017, as we enter a new planning phase the coming autumn. We have nothing concrete planned yet, but hopefully, we will find new and exciting locations and continue to work with other artists the following year.

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STYLE // DESIGN Intro by Karianne Skillberg

When it comes to shopping Trondheim is, as any other big city, full of the main high street shops such as H&M, Bikbok, Zara and Weekday. In addition we have the more expensive shops such as Høyer, Retro and Kleins who many of us know about already. In these shops one usually finds lots of nice items, at the same time as they give us somewhere to turn in those cases when you have to run out to buy an outfit to the party happening the same night. In addition to these shops, Trondheim also has several independent shops, and I have especially fallen in love with the little fashion universe which Shine has managed to create in Thomas Angells Gate.The whole atmosphere, not to mention the interior at Shine, separates the shop from most others and it almost feels like you disappear into another world. The owner, Charlotte originates from France, and this is probably where she has gathered her inspiration from when it comes to the interior. Shine stocks, amongst others, Isabel Marant, Aesop, Tom Wood and Lovchild 1979. Aesop, which I purchase both for myself and my dog, Kåre, has the best products. Highly recommended! When it comes to how I dress in everyday life here in Trondheim, this can lead to trouble regarding the weather. In any given day it can be both sunny with blue sky in the morning, and all of the sudden it is raining cats and dogs afterwards. Not very cool when you happily left home with a leather jacket without a hood, and wearing Converse. But the one band-aid is that Johnny Love started designing clothes for girls a couple of seasons ago, and has recently opened a new flagship store in Olav Tryggvasonsgate. He has made a point

out of designing functional and trendy clothes, adapted to the Trønderske weather. The fact that we have a local designer in town, who experiences every-day life in the same way we do, AND can take this into consideration when he designs his clothes is pretty cool. A while back I was lucky enough to be inited to the re-opening of Companys at Trondheim Torg. It was packed with people, and Charlotte Torstvedt ensured there was cool music, sushi, Macaroons and something bubbly in the glass. In addition they gave everyone 20% of anything in the shop, something which gets Trønders who are already fond of shopping in an even better mood. As a fashion blogger one is invited to quite a few events, most of which take place in Oslo. I think this is a bit far to travel for a small goodie bag, and it makes it even more fun to part-take in a smashing opening such as this here in Trondheim. (I also know that Livid in Olav Tryggvasonsgate recently opened a vintage shop in basement, something which alone should be celebrated as there aren’t many concepts like that here in town. kristinekolstad.format.com

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Q &A

Anniken Zahl Furunes, Hege Magreth Åbelvold Dare2Design

Who are you and what do you do? We are a design studio called Dare to designstudio. founded in Trondheim by two interior designers, Anniken Zahl Furunes and Hege Magreth Åbelvold. In our name, we say ‘Dare to’, because we are always trying to challenge ourselves and our own possibilities. ‘Dare to’ do something different, do it in a different way or by different means. We design special interior and furniture solutions, as well as conceptual interior design. Most recently, we have designed a storage system called Organize. It is produced here in Norway at Stranda in Sunnmøre. We collaborate with both big and small companies here in Trondheim, and across the country. What are you passionate about? Our passions are in quality materials, and functional innovative solutions. We are also passionate about Norwegian-made products and local development. We wish to contribute to the development of new Norwegian industry and opportunity. How did you get involved in this work? We created and founded the design studio ourselves after doing a project in 2014 called Trondheim Designevent. We wanted to continue working together after being on our own for several years. Together we could create even bigger things and take on bigger interior design projects. Organize was designed after discovering the lack of good flexible Norwegian made storage systems. We started designing the furniture we couldn’t find in the stores.

Photos by Nikol Herac

What attracted you to starting this in Trondheim? We both live in Trondheim and we both love the city. It has many possibilities and great people to work with. Trondheim is an innovative city with many high quality educational facilities and firms. Trondheim is also small enough to meet the right people and big enough to create the best opportunities. What is unique about being here as opposed to other cities? We feel that in Trondheim people are genuine and easy going. We have discovered that people are concerned about each other. They see the value in helping other companies and creating synergistic effects. Do you have an affiliation or attachment to a style or design community here in the city? We collaborate with many design communities and companies. We like to get to know new people, and try to check out anything new that is happening here. We also arranged Trondheim Designevent in 2014 for all the different design players here in our area. It was a big success and launched many projects for those who participated.

Andrea Danielle Josefsen Coma Frisør As a hairstylist and makeup artist at Coma Frisør, I have had the opportunity to work with beauty highlighted by natural products. For me, inspiration is never far away in a team that

is so experienced in their field. It is incredibly great to get to help our guests to cultivate their natural beauty and to get to channel my creativity in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way. It allows me to grow as an artist, and it’s because of that I decided to become a hairstylist.

What do you see for the future of the design and style industry in Trondheim in the next five years? We see that many new companies are starting up and think that design is an up and coming industry in both Trondheim and Norway in general. We think and hope that design will get the same focus as technology has had. What would technology be without good design? Good design enhances great technology, gives it often a better user experience and appearance. We see ourselves as a big contributor to the design industry in the next five years, as well as being an established exporter of Norwegian design to the international market.

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JULIE ØSTERAAS Q &A

BAKKLANDET BLOMSTER

Can you tell us about yourself? I run a flower shop called Bakklandet blomster, and as of now it’s basically just me, but I do have great help from three girls throughout the week. Can you describe your work? We want to offer an alternative to the classic flower shop. We want to find different kinds of flowers and plants that you might not find elsewhere, and make the bouquets as personal as possible. We don’t have a background in flower decoration, but a background in design and fashion from Esmod in Berlin, and hope that we can use that experience to create a different kind of shop here in Trondheim.

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What are your passions, or core values? We strive to offer something new. We love to create bouquets together with the costumer, to make it as personal as possible. We also want the customer to feel free to create something themselves if they wish to. We are always searching for new plants and flowers and are eager to get hold of breathtaking colours and weird and lovely plants. We focus on quality as well so all our products that are not flowers and plants in the shop are handmade and have a good story to tell. How did you get involved in this work? It was really an impulsive action. My soon-to-be husband and I were drinking coffee at Dromedar and saw the lady running the gallery located next door, moving out. We said to ourselves, maybe we should just call and see if it is free, and by luck we were the first ones to call.Then it was just things falling into place after that! What attracted you to starting this in Trondheim? Bakklandet is such a lovely area and we have a dream that there will be even more shops and things happening here. We already have good coffee and food; but what else was missing? Now the neighbours don’t have to go to the city center to get flowers. Trondheim is changing at a fast speed, in a really good way, and I think more and more people are looking for small shops that don’t belong to a chain, and not located in a mall! We travel more, and get more inspired, but we thought it would be cool to bring some Europe-feeling back to Trondheim. What is unique about this city? I feel that the people in Trondheim are not as superficial as other places. We are easygoing and are eager to learn and easily inspired. We are tired of being called “Trege trøndera”, because I think we’re not!

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at Bakklandet and is also a designer and developer, so of course I’m lucky to to be a part of his world. Also almost all of my friends are working somehow with design. What is the future of the design and style industry in Trondheim? I think it will continue to develop and hopefully we will see more locally made craftsmanship, small shops and new brands starting. I think people will appreciate the originality you find in chain-free shops, and that the city center will be more popular than all the malls

outside city center. I think also more and more people and agencies will look to Trondheim-based agencies working with design and use them as much as any other design agencies in Norway. I think quality will be a core value.


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KLIPP OG LIM

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EMIL KHOUY SKUKTUR

What’s your organization and who are your team members? Klipp og Lim is an agency and production company delivering services within film, animation, design and communication strategy. Besides working with our clients, we’re also passionate about our own productions, several of which have achieved international recognition. The team consists of 12 passionate professionals ranging from 26 to 49 years old. Whether it’s 3D or 2D-animation, film production, graphic or web design, art direction, or puppetry, each employee is a specialist in their area.

What’s your organization and who are your team members? Skurktur is a design studio run by Arne Skeie and Emil Khoury.

What kind of products are you building – describe your work? Whether we work with our clients or on our own productions, we love to tell stories, and everything we build starts with this passion. For our design projects, we make anything from ads, illustrations and reports to complex digital campaigns and exhibitions. In film production we love to try new methods to achieve a unique expression, and we have a 500 square meter studio in Lade where we experiment and build large miniature film sets from paper, wood and different types of fabrics.

3. What are your passions and what are your core values? We think of what we do as visual storytelling. With all our work we strive to create stories that keep the viewers interest over time.

What are your passions and what are your core values? Klipp og Lim’s vision is to make incredibly great stuff, and have an incredibly great time doing it. For our clients we have a passion for simplifying complex subject matters, whether through film, animation or design. For our own productions, our ambition is an international break-through. We are also passionate about the community and young people in the region, and contribute where we can to attract good brains to stay in Trondheim.

5. How did you get involved in this work? We both studied industrial design at NTNU, and bonded through a shared interest in illustration and visual communication. Skurktur started out as an after school project and gradually evolved from there.

How did you get involved in this work? The company started as a film production agency in 2000 and has throughout the next 16 years developed into what we are today. What attracted you to starting this in Trondheim/What do you like about operating in Trondheim? We want to be able to make great stuff and build a community around us, without having to leave our families and move to LA. Trondheim is a vibrant student city with a growing start-up scene and many sources of inspiration and new ideas. What is unique about this environment (in Trondheim) as opposed to others? Especially the regional film industry is a tight knit community, with a unique sharing culture envied by other regions in Norway. Whilst we’re all competitors we’re also dependent on each other to make Trondheim a great city for film. Do you have an affiliation or attachment to a style or design community here in the city? Klipp og Lim have always been a central player in both the design and film communities. We have been on the local board of Grafill, the national interest organization for visual communication, since this was set up. Our CEO represents the film industry in the local business association (NiT), we are on the advisory boards for both film and animation at Høyskolen Kristiania and we actively work with NTNU, Høyskolen Kristiania and NAV to help students and young people get industry experience. What do you see for the future of the design and style industry in Trondheim (where do you see it being in 5 years)? The ad agencies have strongly influenced design style the past 30-40 years. We believe we will see the rise of more specialist companies within different niches, such as illustration, text, strategy, digital marketing, film, etc. Another key trend is that social media and VR-technology is creating a seismic shift in how we think about film, animation and design.This is one of our key focus points and will be essential for survival and success the next five years.

2. What kind of products are you building – describe your work? We do design and illustration based works for big and small clients around the world. Our work includes album artwork, editorial illustrations, mural painting, branding / visual identity, art prints, apparel, and more.

4. Where are you located? We’ve been running our operation from DIGS for the last couple of years. Just this month we relocated to a new studio space near Ladehammeren.

6. What attracted you to starting this in Trondheim/What do you like about operating in Trondheim? Trondheim is intimate and friendly in the sense that it’s easy to establish a good network within a variety of communities. At the same time, the city feels big enough to provide room for our somewhat specialized niche of design. 7. What is unique about this environment (in Trondheim) as opposed to others? Trondheim has over the last couple of years seen the establishment of some very good hubs for connecting people and ideas, such as DIGS, where a variety of skills and expertise is gathered under the same roof. Being part of this environment has allowed us to collaborate with and draw inspiration from a lot of areas outside of the typical design community. 8. Do you have an affiliation or attachment to a style or design community here in the city? A good portion of our work is created for clients that in fact are good friends of ours. So whether we create cover artwork for a regional band or branding a for local bar, there’s almost always a sense of involvement and attachment to one community or the other. 9. What do you see for the future of the design and style industry in Trondheim (where do you see it being in 5 years)? We think the city will see a lot more bottom up entrepreneurial activity along with the facilitation of small scale community projects. There seem to be a growing sense of responsibility within smaller communities to take care of their immediate surroundings, and to create more versatile structures for trade and communication. We think design will play a crucial role in this development.

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Q &A

JENS OLAV DANKERTSEN

LIVID JEANS

What’s your organization and who are your team members? I often get the impression that people think we are way bigger than what we actually are. The reality is that we’re really indie! Meaning: we do not have any big contributors or investors but are simply a small company owned by family and friends. Built organically from the ground up, by doing what we believe in based on simple values around supporting local trade, sustainable production and making quality-made goods. Our organisation is small and includes 6 fulltime employees and 4 part-time. Can you describe your work? We’ve always striven to build products under the assumption that you will buy the best you can afford if you can understand the difference. If you don’t understand the difference, then you’ll start looking at the price again. It might cost a little more, but you are investing in a product that lasts, the people who are making the product, and a sustainable chain of value behind it. Expensive and cheap are subjective and comparative labels unfair towards the actual people working in the supply chain. We hope people can appreciate that there is so much more behind the price tag.

Photos by Ole Ekker

What are your passions and what are your core values? Our passion is definitively based on a fundament towards building garments of the best qualities we can find both locally and as sustainably as we can possibly achieve. Where are you located? We’re located in the white building in the middle of Olav Tryggvasons Gate. Just across from the Norwegian company Husfliden and just next to the Trondheim based mens brand Johnny Love. How did you get involved in this work? I got involved in jeans making after having worked with jeans for a couple of years. Jeans in general has so many different aspects both regarding to its manufacturing processes as well as the finished garment being a blank canvas in which there are million of different ways to create the end product. It definitively makes it challenging, but a whole lot of fun! What attracted you to starting this in Trondheim? Livid started in Trondheim simply because this was my home base. I moved to Trondheim at 19 years old to study. Now 10 years later I don’t have the slightest regret choosing this beautiful little small town city as my base. Living in Trondheim gives a feeling of the city life, but still has the small town hospitality and surrounding environment from a small town. That’s probably what I like the most. And, generally the people living here are simply great.

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Do you have an affiliation or attachment to a style or design community here in the city? Unfortunately, I do not know that many people in the design community here besides John from Johnny Love and Marianne from Mørck. Basically because I don’t think the community is very active in Trondheim. Also, I think the city has struggled with being a “pit stop”. Most move to Trondheim to study, and when finished, they go back to where they came from - or in our market - they move to Oslo. Because the assumption many might have is that success is easier to achieve there. I would love to be a contributor to breaking that assumption down. Because in our market, Oslo have had little to nonto do with our success. I think that Trondheim being a “pit stop” city is a story of the past though with all that has been happening here the last couple of years. And I do think that, in a couple of years, a general assumption will be that if you’re not here, than you’re in the wrong place.

What do you see for the future of the design and style industry in Trondheim (where do you see it being in 5 years)? As I mentioned above, I think Trondheim as well as Bergen is about to become two of the most interesting cities when it comes to design and style industry.


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MAGNUS HOLDER BJØRK SEAMS

What’s your organization and who are your team members? Magnus Holder Bjørk is the company and store owner, and we have to employees who work mostly during weekends. What kind of products are you building – describe your work? We sell high quality menswear products, with a focus on design details and a strong brand history. What are your passions and what are your core values? “Kvalitet og varighet” — we want our customers to buy things they need, timeless goods that makes them enthusiastic and proud. And smart looking, of course. Where are you located? Nedre Bakklandet 20B and on this awesome thing they just invented called the “Inter Net”. How did you get involved in this work? I’ve always been very aesthetics-driven, and clothing and craftmanship has been a hobby and strong interest for a few years. I started SEAMS just out of passion, and it still is. What attracted you to starting this in Trondheim/ What do you like about operating in Trondheim? We moved back home after several years abroad, and I wanted to create something here that I missed from the places I’ve lived at.

What is unique about this environment (in Trondheim) as opposed to others? It’s very relaxed, down to earth and not a pretentious way of living here. I love that. Do you have an affiliation or attachment to a style or design community here in the city? After being in the industry a little while you tend to know “everyone” who are doing the same; starting small niche business. So I often talk to the Livid-guys, Jacob at All Good Clean Records, Tony at Jacobsen and Svart, Charlotte at Shine, the girls behind Dare To Design etc. It’s a quite close knitted family and everyone wishes everyone the best.

What do you see for the future of the design and style industry in Trondheim (where do you see it being in 5 years)? If the development we’ve seen the last 2-3 years continues, we will be a very attractive city outside our borders in only five years. It’s quite extraordinary to see what has happened in such a short period of time, and if we manage to keep students in Trondheim after they have completed their studies, the sky is the limit.

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PRE VIE WS & LIS TINGS Concerts

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Preview Editor : Karlo Soltic (KS). Contributors: Wil Lee-Wright (WL-W), Jelena Sitar (JS), Anne van de Wijdeven (AvdW), Zane Datava (ZD), Lola Adenekan (LA), Ida Lee-Wright (IL-W)

Kammerkoret Aurum Spring Concert

We bet you never heard of a choir singing in a skate park before? Seems like you live in a city that is full of surprises because, on the 21st May, Kammerkoret Aurum will be doing just that. Aurum is a high profiled chamber choir from Trondheim, that started on their path to glory back in 2006. The choir consists of 24 members and they like to call themselves the ‘champions of choir’. This might be considered a bit over the top in regular circumstances, but not for this group. They’ve been winning awards year after year and even had a victory in the Norwegian Song Contest. They say they’ll provide some landscaping work for the concrete

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floors of Trikkestallen for your pleasure, and they will do so with their voices. Aurum hopes to bring the sensation of forest life to your minds, the scent of bark and moss, the sound of chirping birds and the feeling of spring. This is quite ambitious but with conductor Eva Holm Foosnæs at the helm, we have no doubt they will succeed. “Aurum chamber choir with conductor Eva Holm Foosnæs welcomes you to an untraditional concert experience at Trikkestallen, Lademoen,” explains organiser Tora Söderström Gaden. “Among the graffiti and skateboard ramps, the award-winning choir will present a cappella music by composers such as

Grieg, Nystedt, Mäntyjärvi, Overøye, and Augustinas. The concert with also be the premiere of repertoire from their newly recorded CD composed by Odd Johan Overøye, Øyvind Johan Eiksund and Martin Eikeset Koren. Welcome!”  Tickets available for pre-sale at Hoopla and from Trikkestallen on the concert date. (KS) 21 M AY Trikkestallen, Mellomvegen 32 20:00 200 – 150 NOK


The Common Sense

Jimmy Carr, Funny Buisiness World Tour

Melanie Gilligan’s exhibition The Common Sense will be on display at Trondheim art museum until October. There are many reasons why even the laziest exhibition attenders should see it. “The work extrapolates some really pressing questions about how we use, and increasingly depend on social media, smartphones, and information technology. Besides, it makes you think, the way all good science fiction should,” says curator of the exhibition and director of Trondheim kunstmuseum, Johan Börjesson.

A top class comedian, always well-dressed, seems like a classy gentleman, likeable and nice. He looks very polished on the outside, but as soon as he opens his mouth the facade evaporates. He will insult you, your mother, your partner, and say a bunch of other offensive stuff, but you will laugh and clap and go home smiling, such his power over you. You’ll even pay for the privilege! The only the people in the theatre who might go home unscathed those at the far back, so pick your seatr wisely.

In the story, which is presented on fifteen screens like mini TV-series and spread across two exhibition halls, the viewer is allowed to choose episodes at their own pace, while still being with others in the room. Interacting by experiencing the artwork together. It is an imaginary, yet vivid world, where characters communicate nonverbally. Instead, they are feeling what others think and physically feel via the ‘Patch’, which they insert in their mouths every morning. It is an alarming reminder of how close the security services are to controlling our lives, and how close this imaginary world is to reality.

Carr is famous for his one-liner jokes, his deadpan humor, interacting with the audience and his distinct laugh that IMDB describes “as high-pitched with irregular intervals”.

The Common Sense provokes our awareness regarding communication technologies, which assist with one hand and exploit with the other. Melanie Gilligan works in a range of different media, including video, performance and installation. She lives and works in New York and is currently a PhD Candidate at The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. The work has been coproduced by Casco, De Appel and De Hallen Haarlem in Netherlands, and is shown here in Trondheim for the first time in its entirety. (ZD)

To give you a little taste, this is what he said on the topic of being a modern man: ‘’I have no problems with buying tampons. I am a fairly modern man. But apparently they’re not a ‘proper’ present. Happy birthday, mum!” This doesn’t even begin to describe his usual level of offensiveness, but I am not allowed to post more in these pages, so you will just have to experience it for yourself. His Funny Buisiness World Tour comes to Trondheim, Olavshallen on the 22 May. Be aware, the show is only suitable for those with tickets! “Jimmy Carr visited us with Gagging Order last May and sold out the venue (approx 1200 seats),” said Marit Glimstad, information coordinator at Olavshallen. “We are very excited to have him back and Carr says Trondheim was a sure choice when booking the Funny Business Tour, even if it

means working on a Sunday. We expect this to be as rude, satiric and fun as last year. This is a man who doesn’t put anything in between. He says it like it is and the show is truly not for weak-hearted souls.” Working on a Sunday is bad news for Norwegians, but you won’t be working, you’ll be laughing at Jimmy Carr while he’s working. What better way to spend your Sunday? Join this journey! (JS) 22 M AY Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgt. 44 19:00 495 NOK

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Røde Spor, An Exhibition and Play on a train, depicting WW II resistance “The history of liberty is a history of resistance,” according to Woodrow Wilson. During the Second World War, resistance fighters all over Europe fought for liberty. One group that did just that in Norway was the communist-led Thingstad/Wærdahl group. You could read up on these freedom fighters online of course, but there are better ways to learn about history than to read about it: like witnessing it first hand. Yes, you read correctly… Head down to Trondheim Central Station on 21 or 22 May and not only will you be able to ride a genuine vintage train from the 1950s, but 60-80 actors will play out stories of the resistance during World War II. These reenactments will take place on the train as well as at the various stations between Trond-

heim and the Swedish border. This project focuses on the role the railways played in the resistance. One of the wagons will house the exhibition Dark Track, and on Friday 20 May this exhibition will be open for viewing for free: just head to platform 22.

important trains were in the fight for freedom: from transporting refugees to spreading illegal newspapers, and even to sabotage. Experience the courage of the brave men and women that took a stand for freedom.

The project aims to “honour the heroic contributions of the red railway workers, who risked their lives to fight the Nazis and have been invisible after the war,” says Berit Rusten, who is organising the event.

Tickets can be bought online or at the station, but do note that tickets can only be purchased with cash if you decide to buy them at the station, and you will have to reserve tickets online. (AvdW)

History should be experienced, and this is an exclusive opportunity to do just that. If you are interested in the history of the resistance in Central Norway, don’t miss this chance to be a part of it. See just how

Trondheim Central Station, platform 5 Time: 11:00 - 17:00 Price: 400/300 NOK

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Tom Waits Trondheim Pub-to-Pub 2016

Svartlamodagen People everywhere are taking steps to change our planet for the better. Whether it’s by recycling, reducing your carbon footprint, or standing up for others, it’s hip to go green and play fair. As it turns out, the rest of us are a bit late to the party: Svartlamon, in our very own Trondheim, has been a haven for the positive and the eco-friendly for decades. “Svartlamon is a colourful and alternative part of Trondheim and prides itself as being the first urban ecological trial project in Norway,” says Mia Svare, who is organising Svartlamodagen. If you’ve ever wanted to see just how fun and exciting an eco-friendly lifestyle can be, head down to Svartlamon on 30 May.

For the seventh consecutive year the Tom Waits pub crawl will snake its way around Trondheim on 28 May. Expect a throaty celebration all things Waits, with each pub putting on a tribute or something special to honour the legendary American blues singer. This is typically one of the more drunken events on the Trondheim calendar, and bartenders around town are on high alert for drunken devils who stray from the approved route and stagger into their establishments. But as Waits himself would tell you “there ‘aint no devil, it’s just god when he’s drunk”. To acquire god-like status you will need to be at the first drinking hole, Byscenen, between 1pm and 2pm. The other points are, as tradition dictates, kept a secret. During this window you will be able to buy T-shirt (400 NOK), which gains you entry to the subsequent 6 pubs, many of which will have live entertainment. But the organisers are keen to point out that you are not obligated to hit

every bar: “we are all losers, proud losers,” states their Facebook page. Tom Waits is a singer-songwriter renowned for his trademark creaking vocal chords and his atmospheric lyrics. Often crude, frequently seedy and always real, Waits songs are a real life blues soundtrack which transcends several musical periods. The bottom line about the Tim Waits Løpet (“the run”) is not about cheap beer, but about socialising with other Tom Waits fans, explains organiser Solveig Aspaas: “It’s like a happy stroll in your own little Tom Waits universe. A warm and welcoming festival where a hero is celebrated by 500 people in the same T-shirt, behaving like one big family.” (WL-W) 2 8 M AY 1pm onwards Start venue: Byscenen: Facebook: Tom Waits-Løpet Trondheim 2016 Cost: 400 NOK (for T-shirt, without T-shirt some bars will not let you in because of capacity)

In Svartlamon “people of all classes live in old wooden houses that once were threatened by demolition, but were fortunately occupied and saved by struggling political activists at the end of the 1990s. Its residents now try to maintain an alternative lifestyle focusing on political issues such as overconsumption, ecology and social justice. On this day, we open our doors, backyards and hearts and invite everyone to an event filled with activities and happenings for people of all ages.” And when it comes to opening their doors, the residents of Svartlamon don’t muck around: there’ll be a flea market, face painting, and delicious food during the day, and concerts and a trivia quiz during the evening. You can go on a guided tour, attend a short film viewing, and get a real taste of the history of this alternative part of Trondheim. Make sure to walk, bike, or take the bus to Svartlamon, as the main road will be closed for traffic. Of course that just gives you a head start on a day of environmentally-friendly fun! (AvdW)

Photo: Kirsti Wangberg

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Ladehammer Festivalen

The most epic children’s festival in Norway is happening again! It will be held at the Festningparken on the 4th and 5th of June 2016. This festival is amazing for so many reasons, crucially its focus is on children and their families, as opposed to a being a ‘family day’ tacked on ti another event. Juba Juba organisers want families to get together and spend some quality fun time fun time. But how will adults enjoy a kids festival, you ask? They will probably just walk around while their kids have all the fun. Boooring! Well, actually - no. Juba Juba wants to bring families together and give them the opportunity to enjoy cultural and educational activities on equal footing. So to clarify, there will be theatre, dance, art, music, games and more, and all intended for children and adults alike. Juba Juba is actually a child itself, it only started last year but it already has an amazing reputation. It also heavily relies on volunteer work and if you apply for volunteering they will reward you with two-day passes for one working shift. The job is interesting, fun and rewarding, and they’ll feed you as well. Priorities, right? One of the most interesting things this year will be the performance by Bare Egil og Aslags, from the super popular children’s show. For the kids that want to see sciencey stuff there will be an explosive physics show with Selda Ekiz. And for those with the “I want to be a rock star when I grow up” attitude, there will be a workshop where they can make their own instrument from almost anything. This is just the tip of the ice berg; there will be so much more, a bit of everything for everyone. In any case, both children and adults will be mesmerised by this festival and will be asking “When’s the next one?!” before this one is even over. Go fetch your tickets. (KS)

And it’s back! The yearly music and family festival located at the top of Ladehammeren rocking out for the seventh time in a row. Featuring two nights of pop, punk, reggae and some metal bands from the Trondheim area, there’s enough to satisfy everyone’s taste. And just like in previous years, there will be simultaneous performances from two stages on both nights. Some of the bands lined up for performance this year include, Painted Romans, Helgeland 8-bit Squad and Østfrost. Of course, not to forget the family day event which is turning out to be very popular among Trønders. Last year this event alone had a turnout of over 1200 visitors with kids being entertained through different activities. This year promises to be even bigger and better with much more activities lined up. For example, the popular Rabalderdansen will be there entertaining and teaching kids “about body language through dance and movement”. There’s also a puppet show presentation from students of ThIS (Trondheim International School) and many more fun activities. Maybe the most inspiring part of this event is that everyone who takes part does it for free! The organisers, bands, performers... everyone involved is doing it as a voluntary effort. And that’s why the organisers are on the lookout for anyone willing to be a volunteer. ‘’We’ve got all kinds of tasks that needs to be done in planning the festival. We cannot give any economic compensation but you get to take part in a great enterprise and have the freedom to shape the festival,” enthuses festival organiser Simon Lie. Also all profits that may be made from the sale of merchandise of food and drinks is given to a non-profitable organisation. This year all proceeds will be given to Selvhjelp for innvandrere og flyktninger (SEIF). “SEIF is a voluntary and independent organisation that helps immigrants in

Norway to find their way in the Norwegian society and acquire enough information to solve their own problems,” according to Lie. He says they are working with SEIF this year because ‘’we are not happy with the way the government is handling the refugee situation. This is our way of trying to make a difference and let the refugees know they are welcome.’’ With the combination of positive philosophy and super live entertainment, I’m assuming there’s no need asking where everyone will be the weekend of 17-18 June!? See you there! (LA) JUNE 17 - 18TH JUNE Våttåhaugen, Ladehammer Friday 17th: 18.00 – 23.00 Saturday 18th: 12.00 -17.00 (Children’s Festival) Saturday 18th: 18.00 – 23.00 Price: Free Extra Information: http://www.ladehammerfestivalen. no/

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UKM National Festival

Korsvikaspillet, a blood-dripping story about Norway... ..., faith, loyalty and deadly love. The scenic outdoor play Korsvikaspillet is set around one of the more famous stories from the Old Norse kings sagas, the story of how the last heathen king, Håkon Jarl, was killed by his serf in a pigs house at Rimol.

This nationwide festival is very interesting and quite famous. It starts off as a series of small festivals for all of Norway’s municipalities and then turns into a huge national event, showcasing the skills of the best 500 youngsters that have been chosen as representatives through their regional heats. It involves music, literature, art, dance, photography… and more or less any talent imaginable that young people can and want to show off. Anyone under the age of 20 can participate and can enter the festival for free. If you’d like to represent your municipality then you have to be at least 13 years old, a talent is required but you don’t have to be especially good at it. Maybe you won’t reach the National festival, but you can expect to have fun and learn a lot! The local heats are over for this year, but keep this information in mind for next year and try to experience the National UKM Festival, being held here in Trondheim from the 24th to the 28th of June. Expect a celebration of culture and youth and everyone is invited. These young people are the future of Norway’s culture and the people attending the festival may be witnessing the stars of the future. “Experience 500 of the most talented young artists in Norway in the fields of music, art, film, dance, theatre, performances, workshops, and exhibition,” says Torstein Siegel, manager of UKM. (JS) 24 -2 8 J U N E Olavshallen, Trondheim Program to be announced on the 20th of May Price: TBA

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This magnificent drama will give you a special peak into the lives of those living in the Viking period, set in a dramatic and outdoor scenery. Which also makes it work mentioning that you should remember to dress for a few hours outside, who knows, it might snow, even in June… The 16 kings sagas, Heimskringla, are written in Old Norse in Iceland by the poet and historian Snorri Sturluson around 1230 and tell the stories of the rulers in the nordic countries. If you’re interested there are also opportunities to part-take Korsvikaspillet, either on stage or backstage, greeting people or hanging up posters. So get in touch with the organisers if you want to meet a new crowd and help out. For more information see www.korsvikaspillet.no (IL-W) 2 3 - 2 6 J U N E 20 16 Rødbua Korsvika, Lade Time: 13:00 & 18:00 Price: 220 student/child/disabled, 325 adults

Photo: Harald Øren

The Ung Kutlur Møtes Festival (UKM) is all about young people and cultural expression. No old people allowed. Just kidding.

The story is that on Christmas Eve in the year 935 in Lade two boys were born. One is an Earls son, Håkon, the other one the serf Kark. As the norm of the customs of the time states, the serf is given as a gift to the young Earl. Despite the class differences, the two grow a close friendship. This comradeship is tested as Håkon and Kark become adults, and Kark supports his king in fighting to keep Christianity out of Trøndelag.


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Cirkus Arnardo

Every now and then you need a bit of crazy in your life to keep you sane. And what better way to quench that thirst than to see a crazy good show? Cirkus Arnardo is on tour again with its 68th season, and this year it will be the only big circus touring Norway, so you don’t want to miss it. But, let’s keep it real. Circuses are such old news. Their time is over, right? Wrong. Even though the demand for circus entertainment has dropped in the past, the present and future of the circus industry looks amazing. Our modern day circus is nothing close to what a 19th century circus would have been like, and what would presently be considered boring to death. Modern circuses offer shockingly amazing stunts and Cirkus Arnardo definitely doesn’t lack in that area. It employs revered and internationally recognised artists with high honours that will blow your mind whilst balancing on ropes, doing acrobatics and flinging themselves around the circus dome as if it was nobody’s business. One such crazy cat is Christer Pettersen, a boy who was only nine when he asked the King of the circus, Arnardo, if he could join them. He was told to wait a few years. “Now Christer is finally here, after impressing audiences on several continents,” says Arnardo, and we can’t wait to see what his going to show us.

Do you remember the first time you ever saw the circus as a kid? You were probably exhilarated because you would finally get to see it with your own eyes. The circus had a special aura around it, and it being so modern might have you thinking that the spark is gone, that you won’t ever feel that way again. Well, fret not, because Arnardo takes care of that as well. “The atmosphere and authenticity are there, so until well into September, we hope to meet many thousands of happy circus friends of all ages,” says Arild Arnardo. Norway, prepare, Trondheim, be ready. (JS)

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What’s on

Concerts 01 M AY - 2 5 J U N

06 M AY

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12 M AY

Sunday JAZZ

Jazzfest: Ivan Ave

Elias Eine

Stian Westerhus

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 14:00, Free Every Sunday at 14.00 local jazz musicians come and play for the hat. Norwegian waffles, a fresh cup of coffee and jazz. Classic Sunday at Ila Brainnstasjon.

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 21:00, 150/250 NOK Winter 2016 Ivan Ave is doing a Europe tour to celebrate his debut album Helping Hands. With soaring, jazz-influenced beats and heartfelt lyrics, Ivan Ave might well be Norwegian hip-hop’s most exciting artist.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Gaute Eliassen, AKA Elias Eine, has visited Antikvariatet several times before and this time he is bringing an entire band and some new material with him.

01 M AY - 2 6 J U N

06 M AY

0 8 M AY

Lørdag på Søndag - every Sunday

Missing Links

Unni Wilhelmsen EXTRA CONCERT

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 21:00-23:00, 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.

01 M AY

Påtår

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK In the mood for some Steve Earle, Tony Rice, The Eagles, Hank Williams, Ryan Adams, Nancy Sinatra, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, The Dubliners or Bob Dylan? Then look no further.

02 M AY

TrondheimFolk

Ni Muser, Bispegate 9A 19:00, 200/120 NOK Curious about the vocal folk music? Or how Norwegian folk music arrangements can encorperate a range of vocal talents? Check out this show in the lovely Ni Muser.

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 23:00, Free Old school rockers jammin’ some old school tunes.

The Orchestral Joik

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 340/150 NOK Vocalist Mari Boine and pianist Frode Fjellheim will present samí music culture together with broad symphonic support.

12 M AY

Jazzfest: Doffs Poi

Vilde & Vebjørn

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 21:00, 150/250 NOK 2016 is the year where Doffs Poi finally release their debut album.

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free “Interpretations of those lovely and dear pop tunes - in a friendlier tone than ever before. Abba covers, The Beatles, Michel Jackson. But most of all: Vilde & Vebjørn.”

07 M AY

Skabb

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 19:00, Free Jazz quartet from Norges Musikkhøgskole. They play their own tunes with focus on improvisation and mood.

07 M AY

Russel bluesband

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 23:00, Free The first blues/soul band in Trondheim and Midtnorge.

07 M AY

Ingvild Koksvik

Stage Dolls

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 23:30, 395 NOK Stage Dolls is a rock trio from Trondheim, and they have been this year’s Melodi Grand Prix finalists!

05 M AY

08 M AY

Thursday Jam

Jazzfest: Ola Kvernberg “Steamdome”

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

12 M AY

07 M AY

04 M AY Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Release concert for her new album ‘Og sangen kom fra havet’.

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, 295 NOK

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 200 NOK Concerts with Stian Westerhus leave a mark.

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 21:00, 150/290 NOK Some train trips are cooler than others. “Steamdome” is one of them. Unmitigated percussive music – progressive and brutal like a runaway train.

Her other three concerts at the same venue are already sold out, so act fast if you want in!

0 9 M AY

David Ramirez

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 21:00, 220 NOK Singer/songwriter from Texas.

1 1 M AY

Viseklubben Maja

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

12 M AY

Kulturromfest

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 20:30, NOK #kulturromslipp

13 M AY

Charta 77

supp. from Rogers Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 21:45, 250 NOK The Swedish punk band have been going strong since 1983, and although only one of the original band members remain, they’re still able to put on a good show. Local favourites Rogers in support.

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13 M AY

Luftforsvarets musikkorps – The sound of gold and freedom

Rockheim knowledge with Tommy Tee

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 12:00, 75/125/175 NOK A lot of people think the sound of a corps is the sound of Norway, or “the sound of gold and freedom”.

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, 170 NOK Norwegian hip hop-legend Tommy Tee will tell his story on stage, before he performs with the young, talented artist Oscar Blesson.

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Concerts 13 M AY

1 4 M AY

18 M AY

20 M AY

Bjørn Pedersen m/ band

Ælgesæter Tram & Trøkk

Emilie Smestad

Past Masters

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Trio describes themselves as ‘country rock with a punch’.

13 M AY

Harry and The Andersen

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free Harry and The Andersens is a trio which plays roots oriented swamp rock.

13 M AY

Jolly Jumper & Big Moe

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 200 NOK We’re big fans of these local blues heroes at The List. 130 NOK beforehand.

13 M AY

Battery - Metallica Tribute Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 21:00-02:30, 150 NOK Experience old school heavy metal Metallica.

14 M AY

Eva Weel Skram

Eva & The Heartmaker Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 21:00, 290 NOK Eva Weel Skram, together with Thomas Stenersen, constitutes the band Eva & The Heartmaker. This time they’re playing as an acoustic duo, which gives the audience a chance to experience Eva in a more intimate way.

14 M AY

Diskorama Records presents: RGB Unit + Kappekoff + Ralph Myerz Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Three exciting Norwegian live acts - disco, house, beats and boogie.

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free Nine people on stage with fiddle, banjo, clarinet, guitar, drums and percussion is a force and we can guarantee a night to remember. Loose, lively and “ trøndersk” in its core.

1 4 M AY

Kristian Grostad

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 50 NOK This Trondheim native musician was described as ‘a new pop gem’ and ‘an undiscovered super talent’.

1 4 M AY

Bjørn Pedersen m/ band

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Trio describes themselves as ‘country rock with a punch’.

1 4 M AY

Thrashing Brutality Tour 2016 Fru Lundgreen, Kjøpmannsgata 50, 7011 Trondheim 20:30, 150 NOK Harm, Wyruz, and Mental Dispair playing. Metal for everyone!

1 5 M AY

NilasaliN

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free In this fusion of genre expression and musicians, the band has managed to find its own direction with the music, with a light mixture of composed and improvised music.

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free NOK Emilie Smestad sings in the landscape of jazz and jazzpop.

20 M AY

Sugarfoot – release concert

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK In May, Sugarfoot are releasing their third album, “Different Stars”, and on the 20th of May they’re doing a concert to celebrate the release of that album.

20 M AY

Rockin’ Blues Jam

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free NOK Blues tunes at Ila hosted by Sava Balic.

20 M AY

Arne Åsmund

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free Arne’s shows are always pleasant, and full of unusual themes and lyrics.

20 M AY

Frode Haarstad & Næver

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass 23:00, Free NOK Oppdaler with an american guitar and his own car.

20 M AY

KISS Rocks Vegas

Oppdal Kulturhus, Inge Krokanns veg 2, 7340 Oppdal 20:00, 150 NOK 2014 Las Vegas performance by the legendary make-uped rockers. KISSmycinema for one night only, being shown in

1 6 M AY

Pop-up Club Vol.1: CLMD, Arif, M.FL Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 20:00, 570/370 NOK CLMD, Arif, Kongsted and Farida creating some good atmosphere.

cinemaas around the world, in 5.1 surround sound and lots of exclusive tips. Expect fireworks!

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 150 NOK Four local, experienced musicians ripping out some of the classic, including: The Byrds, The Kinks, The Who and Small Faces.

21 M AY

Nye Oppstøt #3 release party

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, TBA NOK Trondheim based punk-zine celebrates its third release. Live acts to be announced - you can expect some proper Trondheim heavyweights.

21 M AY

KM Myrland

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 390 NOK KM Myrland celebrates 40 year anniversary as a recording artist. Performing songs from throughout his career including songs from the new album.

21 M AY

Morten Paulsen with the band

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 275 NOK Release of the single Hette Brunetter.

21 M AY

Madcap Flyers

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free A real dose of Texas-blues (Stevie Ray Vaughan og Fab T-Birds), spiced with the touch of Allman Brothers and ZZ Top.

21 M AY

Bushmills

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, Free The gang is back for 4th year in a row with their awesome interpretations of Tom Waits’ hits.

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Concerts 21 M AY

2 4 M AY

28 M AY

03 JUNE

Bernt Smestad

Uthaug Songlag konsert

Kenneth & The Cavaliers

Blackbird Blackbird (US)

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Countrypop coming straight from Trøndelag.

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 19:00, 100 NOK

2 5 M AY 21 M AY

Kammerkoret

Trikkestallen, Mellomvegen 32 20:00, 200/150 NOK We bet you never heard of a choir singing in a skate park before? Seems like you live in a city that is full of surprises, because on the 21st of May, Kammerkoret Aurum will be doing just that.

21 M AY

“Karnival Korpus & VY”

Fru Lundgreen, Kjøpmannsgata 50 21:00, 100 NOK Two solid Trondheim rock bands. Heavy, grunge, tough, other words.

Trixie Trainwreck No Man Band

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK She’s alone on the stage with an acoustic guitar, a drum, a hihat and a kazoo.

2 5 M AY

Dag Arnesen; Grieg, Tveitt and I Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 19:00, 300/250 NOK Piano player Dag Arnesen and his trio plays Grieg and Tveitt dressed in jazz.

21 M AY

The Turnskins

The Turnskins og #RasmusTesterNyeSangerForVoksne Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 18:00, 100 NOK Concert thing

2 7 M AY

Mark Gregory

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 50 NOK Known visitor of Antikvariatet, Mark’s concerts are always a unique experience.

21 M AY

Bernt Smestad

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Countrypop coming straight from Trøndelag.

2 7 M AY

Polaren Cornelis + Party

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free NOK Polar Cornelis is an orchestra that interprets songs by Cornelis Vreeswjik.

22 M AY

Amaranthe (SE)

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 20:00, 295 NOK One of the hottest names in the metal world is coming Trondheim for the first time.

2 7 M AY

Tommy Tokyo

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 20:00, 245 NOK Norwegian Grammy-nominated for “Hev deg Over Det Derre Der”- Tommy returns to Skuret with great acclaim.

22 M AY

Cecilie Eide

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4 20:00, 100 NOK The musician is promoting her new album.

2 7 M AY

Roundhouse Rock 2016

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 20:30-02:00, 550/500 NOK Dream Police + DARE + Stargazer + Cameltoe

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 20:00, 175 NOK The rock ‘n roll cover band returns to Byscenen! After countless requests from people who were at their show in May 2015, and those who weren’t able to come, get ready for the 28th of May!

28 M AY

Casino Duo

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free NOK Two men in their best years, performing music mainly from the 60’s, but also newer goodies.

28 M AY - 29 M AY

Conor Patrick and The Shooting Tsar Orchestra

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 21:00, 150/200 NOK Blackbird Blackbird is the wunderkind, bedroom producer and psychedelic pop star Mikey Maramag from San Francisco. Maramag samples sounds from nature and mixes together electronic textures with organic instruments. The result is a comforting and danceable electronic soundscape – a cool chill-wave with the warmth of analogue instrumentation.

03 JUNE

Rock Wave

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 21:00, Free NOK Local rock band. A night with a lot of rock’n roll from the 70’s. Repertoar includes rock, rhythm’s blues to more soul and funk.

03 JUN - 04 JUN

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 195 NOK Conor Patrick & The Shooting Tsar Orchestra is pop and poetry from an award winning artist and producer with a grand and stylish orchestra in the back.

Geir Engen & Teleghrap Band

01 JUNE

03 JUNE

Dabbles In Sarah

Dixieland Party!

02 JUNE

04 JUNE

Børge Pedersen og venner

Raw Juice/Rytmeklubben

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, TBA NOK Good old jazz tunes from 20s, 30s, and 40s in Sarah Lois “Sassy” Vaughans spirit.

Ilen Kirke, , Trondheim 19:00, 375 NOK “Børge will show off his new songs, songs from his CD “”If Vreeswijk va from Valentinlyst””, not to mention famous songs he is known to play. The concert in 2015 was sold out well before the concert, so grab your ticket fast!”

02 JUNE

Thursday Jam

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

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 23:00, Free NOK A Band who pays tribute to one of the greatest Artists/Bands of all time: Mark Knopfler & Dire Straits.

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 20:00, 150 NOK Collection of Trondheim-based musicians who pay traditional Dixieland with roots in New Orleans jazz: mixture of swing and blues.

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 23:00, 150 NOK Raw Juice Records and Rytmeklubben present an urban club night filled with bangers – turned up style.

04 JUNE

Pubway

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 21:00, Free NOK Local trio with acoustic rock. Pubway is the acoustic version of the rock band Rockwave. From Norwegian tunes to country, blues, pop and jazz hits from the old American songbook.

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Concerts 04 JUNE

11 JUNE

17 JUNE

24 J U N E

ØBU 60 year concert

Fette Najs - Raggabalder 15 year anniversary

Rockin’ Blues Jam

Bart Clavier

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 14:00, Free Ørland’s Children and Youth Corp is turning 60!

05 JUNE

Kornetten – New York Here We Come

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 17:00, 50 NOK Musikklaget Kornetten is the only Norwegian corp that has been invited to play at the world famous Carnegie Hall. They are stopping buy to show off the repertoire they’ve prepared.

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK DJ Joddski celebrates 15 years with his Raggabalder DJ crew - reggae, dancehall and hip-hop. Guests TBA.

13 JUNE

Sun Kil Moon (US)

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim

08 JUNE

Tony Carey

21:00, 300 NOK One of our time’s strongest songwriters arrives with a small star crew to BrukBar / Blæst’s intimate scene! Sun Kil Moon have never been as celebrated and critically acclaimed as during the last few years.

10 JUNE

13 JUNE

Sava Balic

Banditos / Blackfoot Gypsies

10 J U N - 11 J U N

Belfast Lads

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free NOK Irish folk rock. What’s not to love?

10 JUNE

Hanne Kolstø

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, 250 NOK A gorgeous and stong performer. Early bird tickets 150

11 JUNE

Bo Kaspers Orkester

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 495 NOK They have been in Trondheim before, and the fanbase is huge. Now they’re finally back.

17 JUNE

Thom Hell

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, 200 NOK Thom Hell has a long career as a songwriter and producer for the country’s foremost artists, but for the general public, he is best known as artist. His third album ‘God, If I Saw Here Now’ (2008) won a Grammy Award for both “Year’s Popular Composer” and “Best Male Artist”.

18 JUNE

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4 20:00, 290 NOK This gentleman is famous for his work on Rainbow and Planet P Project, and has played with some of greats through the rock history.

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B 21:00, Free Blues and jazz drummer Sava Balic invites for a night with Sava and his band.

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free NOK Blues tunes at Ila hosted by Sava Balic.

Hjemmefest

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Urban club concept with producer Svani (Rytmeklubben), Ballo (Tropenatt) and Adipop (Gymmen) – r&b, dancehall, hip hop, dembow, bailefunk, grime, afrobeat, kuduro & trap.

18 JUNE

Moskus, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 250 NOK Double concert with Banditos and Blackfoot Gypsies.

Jugs of Mirijam

15 JUNE

18 JUNE

Silje J

Gringos

15 JUNE

19 JUNE

Viseklubben Maja

Robert Rustad Amundsen

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free Solo concert with the vocalist from Ship Of Fools and Dunder Duo. She has been on the local music scene for nearly 20 years now!

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

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free Up and coming Bergen based band with folk-pop music. Inspired by the likes of Thomas Dybdahl and Sufjan Stevens.

24 J U N - 25 J U N

Ziggy

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Last show before summer holidays.

24 J U N E

Frøder

Kafe Skuret, Fosenkaia 40, 7010 Trondheim 21:00, 120 NOK A strong, distinctive voice and unique songwriting talent. Inbetween indie and pop

25 J U N - 27 J U N

UKM festival

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 12:30, 150 NOK Experience performances from all over the country!

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free Schilling rock.

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Just two guys from Stjørdal that like to play.

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Master guitarist having his first full-lenght concert at Antikvariatet.

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What’s on

Jazz, blues and classical 01 M AY - 2 5 J U N

04 M AY

0 5 M AY

0 6 M AY

Sunday JAZZ

Jazzfest: Take 6

Lukas Zabulionis – ”Changing Tides”

Jazzfest: Jan Magne Førde "Mezzing"

04 M AY

0 5 M AY

0 6 M AY

Jazzfest: Trondheim Jazz Orchester w/ Sissel V. Pettersen & John Hollenbeck

Jazzfest: Mambo Compañeros and Trondheim Solistene

Jazzfest: Mimmi Hammar

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 14:00, Free Every Sunday at 14.00 local jazz musicians come and play for the hat. Norwegian waffles, a fresh cup of coffee and jazz. Classic Sunday at Ila Brainnstasjon.

01 M AY

Påtår

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK In the mood for some Steve Earle, Tony Rice, The Eagles, Hank Williams, Ryan Adams, Nancy Sinatra, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, The Dubliners eller Bob Dylan? Then look no further.

Clarion Hotel & Congress 21:00, 490/390 NOK American vocal sextet, with incredible interpretations of RnB, jazz and gospel-inspired music.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 19:00, 290/150/200 NOK Vocalist and saxophonist Sissel Vera Pettersen has invited the Grammy nominated American drummer and composer John Hollenbeck to collaborate on a new piece for Trondheim’s Jazz Orchestra.

04 M AY 03 M AY

Jazzfest: Dee Dee Bridgewater

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim

Jazzfest: Elifantree & Eyes of a Blue Dog (double concert)

Brukkbar/Blæst 21:00, 250/150 NOK Double concert. Experimnetal meets vocal.

05 M AY

Trail Of Souls w/ Slettahjell & Reiersrud Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:00, 290/150 NOK The five musicians have dived down into the afro-american blues/soul/gospel tradition and have made their own versions with a unique and clear signature.

20:00, 520/390 NOK One of jazz’s biggest names, playing with Knut Lauritzen Big Band.

03 M AY

Karl Bjorå's Aperture Moskus 22:00, 200/100 NOK Simple and beautiful melodies.

04 M AY

Jazzfest: Elefantree + Eyes of A Blue Dog

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 250/150 NOK Elefantree delivers experimental pop while Eyes of A Blue Dog has an ambient dreamtronic sound. A perfect way to start the Jazz festival here at BrukBar/Blæst.

Bar Moskus 20:30, 200/100 NOK Melodic, mysterious and magical.

Clarion Hotel & Congress 21:00, 290/150 NOK Salsa.

0 6 M AY

Jazzfest: Open String Department Broen Bar 15:30, FREE

0 6 M AY

Ralph Towner & Paolo Fresu

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:00, 290/150/200 NOK Their CD “Chiaroscuro” has received splendid reviews, and Dokkhuset is excited to present the 76-year old legend Ralph Towner for the first time in Trondheim.

0 6 M AY

Jazzfest: The Cheltenham/ Trondheim Jazz Bridge

0 6 M AY

Mats Eilertsen ‘Memoribilia’

Jazzfest: Ivan Ave

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 150/250 NOK Winter 2016 Ivan Ave is doing a Europe tour to celebrate his debut album Helping Hands. With soaring, jazz-influenced beats and heartfelt lyrics, Ivan Ave might well be Norwegian hip-hop’s most exciting artist.

05 M AY

0 6 M AY

Thursday Jam

Jazzfest: Ralph Towner & Paolo Fresu

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

Nidarosdommen 23:30, FREE Trombonist.

0 7 M AY

Jazzfest: Katu Keiku Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4 15:00, FREE Young Finnish band.

0 7 M AY

Jazzfest: Halvard Kausland w/ John Pål Indreberg Broen Bar 15:30, FREE Be-bop guitarist.

0 7 M AY

Jazzfest: Bernhoft & The Fasion Bruises Clarion Hotel & Congress 20:00, 490/390

Bar Moskus 16:00, FREE

05 M AY Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:00, 290/150/200 NOK His “Memoribilia” is defined as “events, items and experiences that are memorable” – what we collect and what we’re left with of meaningful memories, items, events and gods in the span of one life.

Nidarosdommen 21:00, 290/150 NOK Introducing trumpeter and composer Jan Magne Forde in concert.

Dokhuset 19:00, 290/150 NOK Duet, guitar and trumpet.

Jarle Bernhoft with his new jazz supergroup 'The Fashion Bruises'.

0 7 M AY

Marius Neset Quintet w/ Svante Henryson

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 22:00, 290/150/200 NOK Marius Neset is one of the most successful European jazz musicians. Swedish Svante Henryson is a composer and cellist, who also plays the contrabass and el-bass.

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Jazz, blues and classical 07 M AY

08 M AY

1 8 M AY

05 JUNE

Møster vs Tysland w/ NTNU jazz ensemble

Jazzfest: Ola Kvernberg “Steamdome”

Emilie Smestad

Kornetten – New York Here We Come

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4 18:00, 250/150/200 NOK Two musical extremes meet during this year’s Trondheim Jazzfestival: jazz saxophonist Kjetil Møster will rearrange Terje Tysland’s songs.

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17 21:00, 150/290 NOK Some train trips are cooler than others. “Steamdome” is one of them. Unmitigated percussive music – progressive and brutal like a runaway train.

07 M AY

09 M AY

Autumn Leaves with Ola Fjellvikås

Väsen og Trondheimsolistene

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

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4 20:00, TBA NOK One of Europe’s best folk music bands are combining forces with one of Europe’s best chamber orchestras.

07 M AY

Jazzfest: Doffs Poi

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, 150/250 NOK 2016 is the year where Doffs Poi finally release their debut album.

07 M AY

Jazzfest: Hans Bollandsås

Yacht Club 22:00, 150/250 NOK With Andreas Hellvisk and Vetle Larsen.

07 M AY

Skabb

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 19:00, Free NOK Jazz quartet from Norges Musikkhøgskole. They play their own tunes with focus on improvisation and mood.

07 M AY

Jazzfest: Ole Mathisen w/ Espen Berg Trio. Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4 23:30, FREE

1 2 M AY

Come Shine w/ Jan Erik Vold & Knut Reiersrud Byscenen, Kongens gate 19 21:00, 350 NOK Critically acclaimed jazz band Come Shine drop by at Byscenen to share their unique collaboration with Jan Erik Vold & Knut Reiersrud. Age limit 18+.

1 2 M AY

Luftforsvarets musikkorps – The sound of gold and freedom

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 12:00, 75/125/175 NOK A lot of people think the sound of a corps is the sound of Norway, or “the sound of gold and freedom”.

Dokkhuset, Dokkparken 4, 7014 Trondheim 14:00, 250/150 NOK A real musician celebrates 70 years as an artist. It’s incredible. Asmund is Norway’s oldest jazz musician. He’s been spreading joy for years, and he’s not quitting just yet!

21 M AY

Anne Lise Heide Band

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

01 JUNE

Dabbles In Sarah

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, TBA NOK Good old jazz tunes from 20s, 30s, and 40s in Sarah Lois “Sassy” Vaughans spirit.

02 JUNE

Thursday Jam

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

04 JUNE

Bjørn Krokfoss Sextett with a guest?

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

1 2 M AY

04 JUNE

Jazzfest: The Orchestral Joik Project

ØBU 60 year concert

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 19:30, 340/150 NOK Vocalist Mari Boine and pianist Frode Fjellheim will present samí music culture together with broad symphonic support.

08 M AY

Jazzfest: Asmund Bjørken

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 20:00, Free Emilie Smestad sings in the landscape of jazz and jazzpop.

1 4 M AY

“Evergreen Jazz Trio” med Maria Fredrikson

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

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 17:00, 50 NOK Musikklaget Kornetten is the only Norwegian corp that has been invited to play at the world famous Carnegie Hall. They are stopping buy to show off the repertoire they’ve prepared.

10 JUNE

Sava Balic

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 21:00, Free NOK Blues and jazz drummer Sava Balic invites for a night with Sava and his band.

11 JUNE

Harald Relling Nielsen

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

18 JUNE

“Mona Krogstad band”

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

25 J U N E

U-Swing celebrates Django Reinhardt

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

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 14:00, Free Ørland’s Children and Youth Corp is turning 60!

05 JUNE

Domen & Elva - Nidaros Domkor

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11 20:00-21:00 A concert with Nidaros choir, soloists and more. Tickets sold in the visitors centre (To Tårn) and on Billettservice.no

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Theatre and Comedy 01 M AY - 19 M AY

1 2 M AY - 1 3 M AY

27 M AY - 0 4 J U N

1 8 J U N - 10 J U N

Det er bedre å kappe det av enn å gå gjennom livet

The Trond Wiger Fucking Live Show

Hedda Gabler

Doppler

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 18:30, 200/175/150 NOK Meet the siamese twins Red and Snow (Rød og Snø) who were separated at birth in this humoristic and poetic play who shows the world in a totally different manner form what one is used to. Based on texts by Lisa Lie and directed by Ole Johan Skjelbred-Knutsen. On most days until last show, lasts an hour and a half, no intermission. In Norwegian.

Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5, 7011 Trondheim 19:00, 200/150/130 NOK

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 12:00/18:30/20:00, 325/265/190 NOK In this world famous play by Henrik Ibsen, we meet Hedda as Mrs. Tesman. Newly married to Jørgen, who has given her the house of her dreams and a wonderous honeymoon. But Hedda doesn’t love Jørgen. The play delwes into what is lost when Hedda Gabler turns into Hedda Tesman, what happens when a person stops beimg him/herself? In Norwegian, starting times vary.

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 17:00/18:30/20:00, 295/250/170 NOK

04 JUNE 02 M AY - 2 0 M AY

Vår! (Spring!)

Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 18:30, 435/350/200 NOK A magical musical fantasy! You know it’s spring when the teatre puts on their annual Spring! (Vår!) show. A visually enchanting and musically different show has been somewhat of a tradition since 1950. On most days until last show, lasts an hour and forty minutes, no intermission. In Norwegian.

05 M AY - 16 J U N

Supertorsdag - every Thursday

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4 20:00, 100 NOK

IMPROschmimpro This is the story about Trond Wiger – about Trondheim, his discovery of hip hop, and about the local culture in this corner of the world. Brought to you live by the very same Trond Wiger!

1 2 M AY

Lasse Nilsen / Olli Wermskog

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 75 NOK Local comedians perfecting their standup.

1 3 M AY

IMPROschmimpro

1 9 M AY

Open Mic

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

07 M AY - 2 8 M AY

Streif av tid

Ragnhild Sølvberg Trøndelag Teater, Prinsens gate 18-20, 7012 Trondheim 14:00, 200/175 NOK Actress Ragnhild Sølvberg takes you on a journey through those special moments when you hear a line from a novel, a poem or that special song, and it hits you like the memory only happened yesterday. A lively and special piece preformed at the Theatrecafé, accompanied by Henning Sommerro. In Norwegian, not playing 14th May.

09 JUNE

Jørgen EP / Bjørn Daniel Tørum

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 75 NOK Comedians doing their thing.

2 6 M AY

“Andrew Stanley / Matt Green / Geoff Whiting”

Olavs Pub og Spiseri, Cicignons plass, 7011 Trondheim 20:00, 75 NOK StandUp

The play Doppler is based on the famous book with the same name by author Erlend Loe. A story about what happens when you skip school skip work, and yes, skip life as life has become. In todays world, when the trouble with the youth is that they are too proper, their grades are too good, they have stopped partying, smoking and drinking. What happens then, if you do as Andreas Doppler? Say ”fuck it all” and run away to the forest to befriend a Moosecalf? Great reviews on this play, on most days until last show, in Norwegian. Three hours including intermission.

21 J U N - 22 J U N 10 J U N - 12 J U N

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Improvisational theatre from Trondheim.

Impro comedy. In Norwegian, bring cash (it’s king for the pay).

Brukbar/Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 20:00, 100 NOK Improvisational theatre from Trondheim.

Edith Piaf - Den lille spurven med den store stemmen

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim Fri-Sat 19:00, Sun 15:00, 150/100 NOK Siv Trine Haldaas and Per-Olaf Green have created a moving and intense cabaret about the legend’s life and music. In an hour-long show, we get the story of Piaf, and a sense of what her songs, and life was about.

15 J U N - 20 M AY

In the countess’ time

Røde Spor

Trondheim Central Station, Fosenkaia 1, 11:00-17:00, 400/300 NOK 60-80 actors will act out stories of the Norwegian resistance during World War II. These reenactments will take place on the train as well as at the various stations on the way to the Swedish border.

23 J U N - 26 J U N

Korsvikaspillet

Rødbua, Korsvika, Lade, Trondheim 13:00 & 18:00, 220/325 NOK The scenic outdoor play Korsvikaspillet

#N/A Thur-Sun 11:00-16:00, 110/90/Free NOK Presentation of music, people and life in old Trondheim.

16 JUNE

Open Mic

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

is set around one of the more famous stories from the Old Norse kings sagas. See previews.

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Nightlife 07 M AY

1 6 M AY

21 M AY

28 M AY

Sidesprang

Pop-up Club Vol.1: CLMD, Arif, M.FL

Stundom Sessions #3

Olle Abstract

Diskoteket, Carl Johans gate 3, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Alexander Nerayo and Eirik Tillerli give you UK house, disco, bangers and bass music.

13 M AY

Tropenatt

Diskoteket, Carl Johans gate 3, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, Free Adiele and Solveig do tropical takeover with their best picks from styles like Kudoro, Dancehall, Dembow, House and Afro bass.

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 Trondheim 20:00, 570/370 NOK CLMD, Arif, Kongsted and Farida creating some good atmosphere, for which you will pay good money. VIP tickets 570 NOK, including access to gallery and welcome drink

Raw Juice/Rytmeklubben

1 6 M AY

Freek-i-Natt #2

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30 Trondheim 7030 23:00, 50 NOK

Diskorama Records presents: RGB Unit + Kappekoff + Ralph Myerz

This session is the release party for the local hip-hop duo Kjartan Gaulfossen & Erlend Smithee’s newest LP. In addition there will be a performance from Oslo-rapper Erik de Torres who recently signed with Stundom. To top it off UV Stråler ends the night with a deep house bass set. Plenty $ for your £.

21 M AY

FREKK + FREIDIG We were chatting with the organisers about how slim Trondheim’s club pickings are right now. Well, the first occasion of this event in March was off the hook. Who knows what’s going to happen this time round?! One thing’s for sure - it’s representing!

Diskoteket, Carl Johans gate 3, 7011 23:00, 100 NOK Norway’s #1 club-music crusader rides through the kingdom bearing the banners of house of Techno and house of Disco.

04 JUNE

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14 M AY

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Three exciting Norwegian live acts - disco, house, beats and boogie.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 21:00, 60 NOK

Diskoteket, Carl Johans gate 3, 7011 Trondheim 23:00, 100 NOK Marie Komissar plays dirty R&B, Dancehall and Hip-Hop mashed together as BOOTYCLUB.

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 23:00, 150 NOK Raw Juice Records and Rytmeklubben present an urban club night filled with bangers – turned up style.

11 JUNE

Fette Najs - Raggabalder 15 year anniversary Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 23:00, 100 NOK DJ Joddski celebrates 15 years with his Raggabalder DJ crew - reggae, dancehall and hip-hop. Guests TBA.

18 JUNE

Hjemmefest

Brukbar / Blæst, Tmv-kaia 17, 7014 23:00, 100 NOK Club with producer Svani (Rytmeklubben), Ballo (Tropenatt) and Adipop (Gymmen) – r&b, dancehall, hip hop, dembow, bailefunk, grime, afrobeat, kuduro & trap.

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What’s on

Art and exhibitions 13 M A R - 16 O C T

01 M AY - 1 5 M AY

0 7 M AY - 0 8 M AY

27 M AY - 0 5 J U N

Melanie Gilligan – The common sense

Franz Petter Schmidt - Weaving Fabrics for Suits

Special tours of Nidarosdomen

JORUNN HANCKE ØGSTAD

TKM Bispegata, Bispegata 7 B, Trondheim Wednesday 12:00-20:00, Thursday to Sunday 12:00-16:00, 110/50/Free NOK The common sense is a science fiction mini-series. “The work extrapolates some really pressing questions about how we use, and increasingly depend on social media, smartphones, and information technology. Besides, it makes you think, the way good science fiction should.” See Previews.

17 M A R - 29 M AY

Fargerom - an exhibition by Edith Lundebrekke

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Munkegata 5, 7013 Trondheim 10:00-15:00 Tue, Weds, Fri, Sat 12:0020:00 Thurs 12:00-16:00 Sun, 90/70 NOK Fargerom (colour space) is the repetition of modules and geometric shapes. Relief artist Edith Lundebrekke explores colour phenomena and also releases her book Colour Space Motion.

18 M A R - 08 M AY

Inner Visions and Outer Space. Verner Panton 1970

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Munkegata 5, 7013 Trondheim 10:00-15:00 Tue, Weds, Fri, Sat 12:0020:00 Thurs 12:00-16:00 Sun, 90/70 NOK erner Panton’s spectacular masterpiece Living Landscape (1970) is an interior where the borders between floor, ceiling and walls have been abolished. The exhibition is being shown as part of Meta. Morf 2016 - Nice to be in orbit, the biennale for art and technology.

26 A P R - 0 1 M AY

Chernobyl 30 years later exhibition by pixelthis.no

18:00-22:00 weekdays, 12:00-18:00 weekend, FREE Independent art project, started by Frank Trana in 2011. In 2015 Frank and Ole A. Ekker travelled to the scene of one of the world’s worst nuclear accident. Exhibition presenting photographs and graphics, with its theoretical retrospect: a parallel between documentary and technology.

Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, Fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim Wed-Fri12:00-17:00/Sat-Sun12:00-16:00,Free

Schmidt presents materials he has produced and gathered during his time as a Fellow in the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, from projects at four Norwegian weaving mills and from cooperating with tailors and fashion designers.

01 M AY - 05 J U N

Morten Gran: Veien som drar + Leftovers

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A Sun-Thur 11:00-22:00, Fri-Sat 11:00-00:30, Free Morten Gran mixes two projects he has been doing recently. One project is an exploration of American culture in the form of paintings by amcar, and chopper culture, while the second is an exploration of natural forms and colours in paintings that include plants and trees.

01 M AY - 08 M AY

Manual Mode

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A Fri-Sund 12:00-16:00, Free Kristin Sæterdal’s Manual Mode exhibition shows large hand-woven tapestries with motifs from science fiction.

01 M AY - 05 J U N

1 4 M AY - 26 J U N

Tower of Nidarosdomen

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11 10:30-13:30, 90 NOK Join the guides and visit the tower of Nidarosdomen to check out the view of the city! Every Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer.

1 7 M AY

17th May ceremony

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11 11:45-13:00, FREE Special service in celebration of Norways national day. Also sent directly on NRK Radio.

06 M AY - 1 5 M AY

Randi Antonsen

The lense is round. The image is square?

KIT, Innherredsveien 7, Trondheim Photographic work in the extended field,

RAKE Visningsrom, Brattørkaia 17, 7010 Trondheim Wed - Sun: 13:00 - 18:00, Free Part of the Collaborative Curating Project, co-curator: Erik Friis Reitan

11 J U N - 28 A U G

Solveig Birna

Trondheim Kunstforening, Bispegata 9A, 7013 Trondheim Sun-Thur 11:00-22:00, Fri-Sat 11:0000:30, Free Exhibition

21 J U N - 22 J U N

Røde Spor

24 M AY - 17 M A R

16 J U N - 0 4 S E P

Wall Of Sound – The Photography of Guido Harari

True Blue

26 M AY - 19 J U N

RAKE Visningsrom, Brattørkaia 17 Wed - Sun: 13:00 - 18:00, Free Part of the Collaborative Curating Project, co-curator: Lena Søeborg

ANNGJERD RUSTAND

11:00-18:00, FREE One of the carriages from the Røde Spor exhibition will be open on track 22. See previews.

06 M AY - 1 5 M AY

QWERTY BEAUTY

10 J U N - 19 J U N

“Mørke Spor” - Dark Track Exhibition

Norsk rettsmuseum, Kongens gate 95 11:00-15:00, Free Madness prison exhibition gives you a glimpse into a closed world - a world of dangerous criminal lunatics and how they’ve been handled through the ages. First Sunday in the month.

Open Sunday Museum Tour

RAKE Visningsrom, Brattørkaia 17, 7010 Trondheim Wed - Sun: 13:00 - 18:00, Free NOK Part of the Collaborative Curating Project, co-curator: Ebba Bring

Trondheim Central Station, Fosenkaia 1, Trondheim 11:00-17:00, 400/300 NOK 60-80 actors will act out stories of the Norwegian resistance during World War II. These reenactments will take place on the train as well as at the various stations on the way to the Swedish border.

20 M AY

Rockheim, Brattørkaia 14, 7010 Trondheim 19:00, Free on the opening day Explore the stunning photos of Guido Harari, including artists like Bob Dylan, Kate Bush, Tom Waits, David Bowie, Kurt Cobain, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed and Patti Smith. Guido Harari is present to tell his stories about this artists, including Bob Dylan who turns 75 years the day of the opening!

30 APRIL Galleri SG, Kjøpmannsgata 37 11:00-21:00, FREE Exhibition

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 10:00-15:00, 90/50 NOK This weekend you’ll have the chance to see some of those special places in Nidarosdomen that are usually closed to the public including the chapel, the basement, under the ceiling and many more. Limited spaces due to regulations, age limit 8 years-old. Normal admissions ticket to the church guided tours costs an additional 50 NOK.

“Don Quixote, Sancho Panza & Co. - av og med & Co.” Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, fjordgata 11, 7010 Trondheim Wed-Fri12:00-17:00/Sat-Sun12:00-16:00,Free & Co. are very old and very young. They travel in the arts, in time, place and social meetings. The important thing for & Co is their work and meetings with the world and themselves. Artists Patrik Entian and Aleksi Wildhagen.

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Munkegata 5, 7013 Trondheim 10:00-15:00 tue, weds, fri, sat 12:0020:00 thurs 12:00-16:00 sun, 90/70 NOK Summer exhibition, presenting the blue and white pattern adorning both imperial porcelain and current fashions.

18 J U N - 30 J U N

Skål!

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim -, Various Pricing NOK This is an exhibition of beer and the brewing culture history. Norwegians’ relationship to beer has been varied and rich throughout history.

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Festivals 03 M AY - 28 J U N

2 9 M AY

Kleintirsdag - every Tuesday

Bike Fest

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 20:00, 50 NOK Karaoke. In Norwegian... or English... or Japanese.

Trondheim Spektrum, Klostergata 90 10:00, Free The eleventh annual Bike Fest is arranged on the 29th of May outside of Trondheim Spektrum.

08 M AY - 2 5 S E P Bryggerekka Bruktmarket, Kongens gate allmenning, Kjøpmannsgata 10:00-16:00, Free The Sunday second hand market is back up and running! Citizens of Trondheim book a stand (midtbyen.no/bruktmarked) and show up to sell their stuff. Also open for those who want to sell hand-made items. Every Sunday from 8th May.

3 0 M AY

Svartlamodagen

Svartlamon, Strandveien 23, Trondheim 11:00, Free If you’ve ever wanted to see just how fun and exciting an eco-friendly lifestyle can be, head down to Svartlamon. See previews.

04 J U N E 20 M AY - 22 M AY

Feeling Dance Festival

RAW Dance Studio, 39 Olav Tryggvassonsgate , Trondheim various, 850/750 NOK One of the most exciting Latin Dance couples in the world, Eduardo & Virginia, join for two days of intensive workshops and great parties. More than 10 hours of classes in Bachata, Sala & Kizomba - the perfect opportunity to boost your dancing skills and learn from dedicated teachers.

22 M AY

Bee Sunday

NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet, Erling Skakkes gt. 47A , Trondheim 11:00-16:00, 60/30/0 NOK Seems like bees are all the rage this season. Exciting lectures and meet beekeepers, plus sale of honey products.

Musikkfest

Various All day, Free A popular day of free music events, at different points all over Trondheim. Let’s hope for fine weather to go with the sweet music! Programme not yet finalised - see musikkfesttrondheim.no

17 JUN - 18 JUN

Ladehammerfestivalen

Våttåhaugen, Ladehammer Fri 18:00, Sat 12:00, Free The yearly music and family festival located at the top of Ladehammeren is back for the seventh time in a row. Featuring two nights of pop, punk, reggae and some metal bands from the Trondheim area, there’s enough to satisfy everyone’s taste. See previews.

19 JUNE 27 M AY

Roundhouse Rock 2016 Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 20:30-02:00, 550/500 NOK

Dream Police + DARE + Stargazer + Cameltoe

28 M AY

Tom Waits Pub Crawl

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19, 7012 13:00, 400 NOK See previews.

Open Day at Ringve

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 11:00-16:00, FREE Plant sales, children’s activities, ‘ask a gardener’, cafe and stands about bumblebees, edible plants, Ringve Botanical Garden’s Friends Society, fungal and crop association and more. Stephen Barstow speaks at 1pm, kids bumble bee walks at 12 and 2pm.

23 JUNE

St. Hans celebration

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 18:00, 395/160/120/75 NOK Celebrating midsummer with huge bonfires and lots of fun at the museum.

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What’s on

Workshops 01 M AY - 2 2 M AY

04 M AY - 2 9 J U N

0 7 M AY - 25 J U N

11 M AY

Dance in Norway

Magic Mike’s Music Quiz

På Plata

Poetry night

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim Thur-Sun 11:00-16:00, 110/90/Free Visit venues where you find dance in Norway today, and learn about different social dance genres that inspires movement and fun.

Bror Bar 20:00, Free Every Wednesday you get the chance to prove how useless you are at popular music culture. But the beer and burgers are pretty good. Different themes each week.

02 M AY - 13 J U N

04 M AY - 2 9 J U N

Mondays at Caos Cafe Ugla

Pias Quiz

Caos Café, Trondheim 17:00, Free Mondays are tweenies day (5-7th grade). A different theme every Monday!

Ni Muser 20:00, Open quiz night for everyone!

02 M AY - 2 7 J U N

05 M AY - 3 0 J U N

Allmennquiz hver mandag

Språkkafé

Antikvariatet, Nedre Bakklandet 4, 7014 Trondheim 19:30, 25 NOK Quiz with wide-ranging topics. Bring 25kr in cash. Every Monday.

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

03 M AY

05 M AY

Brørs book release

Step by step

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 16:00-21:00, Free The Brørs book release and concert.

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 13:00, 50 NOK Dance schools in Trondheim through the years. Talk given by Anne Fiskvik.

03 M AY - 10 M AY

Lawyers-watch

06 M AY

Trondheim Folkebibliotek, Peter Egges plass 1, 7011 Trondheim 17:00-18.00, Free Trondheim lawyers society offer free consultancy with a lawyer every Tuesday. Each session lasts for 20 minutes - sign up by calling 73 84 19 00 between 08-16.00.

EAT & QUIZ

03 M AY - 2 8 J U N

Take care of what you have

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

04 M AY

Couchsurfing Meetup

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 20:00-23:00, Free Whether you are a local or a traveller, a host or a surfer - or just interested in meeting people... you are more than welcome.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:00-21:30, Free QUIZ @ DIGS EAT!

07 M AY Lademoen Bydelshus, Østersundsgate 1, Trondheim 7042 12:00-16:00, Free Meet local repairmen and get help fixing your stuff, or learn how to do it yourself! National event to get people to buy less, and re-use more. Also kids workshops, waffles and more.

Café Løkka, Dokkgata 8, 7014 Trondheim 21:00, Free

PÅPLATA

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 19:00, Free Poetry is raising its voice in the cultural arena of Trondheim. Do you enjoy reading, listening and/or writing poetry? Come to Poetry Night at Ila Brainnstasjon. All languages are welcome.

11 M AY

Star Magnolia Tour Friends of Løkka (includingFra you!)Kl bring Dj Hver Lørdag 21their favourite records and spin them on the vinyl player.

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 18:00, tba NOK

0 9 M AY

From Messerschmitt to F35

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 18:00, 100 NOK Lecture by researcher and author of the recently published book “Attack or defense” Cathrine Sandnes. The book is subtitled “Combat aircraft, Norwegian values and security policy ambitions”. In Norwegian.

10 M AY

Women in politics - From Inger to Erna

Ørland Kultursenter, Rådhusgata 6, 7131 Brekstad 18:00, 200 NOK Frank Aarebrot’s lecture. In Norwegian.

10 M AY - 12 M AY

St. Olav Conference

Nidarosdomen, Bispegata 11, 7011 Trondheim 17:00-14:00, 1250/1950 NOK The theme of the St. Olav Conference 2016 is the legacy of St. Olav. A Northern European heritage rediscovery of a pilgrimage route and a cultural heritage that includes all of Northern Europe. The speakers represent a broad academic field from disciplines such as history, theology, archeology, literature and more. More information: www.stolavconference.com

11 M AY

Green Party with ClimateLauchpad

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30 17:00-00:00, Free An event that focus on sustainable technology and green ideas.

Star Magnolia are some of the most exotic trees growing in these latitudes, with fossil findings suggesting that the genus has been around for 100 million years. Take a tour with botanist Vibekke Vange. Attendance in the yard at Ringve at 6pm.

12 M AY

Course in beer making

Håndverkeren, Vår Frue Strete 9 , Trondheim 19:00-22:00, 990 NOK To brew beer is quite simple - to brew good beer is considerably more difficult. Threehour course about brewing beer with light refreshments.

17 M AY

May 17th

Samfundet, Elgesetergate 1, 7030 Trondheim 19:00-21:00, 100/50 NOK Samfundet celebrates the National Day with a traditional show! More info coming.

18 M AY

Jabb #43

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:30-22:00, Free NOK “Jabb is a series of informal meetings created for discussion of projects and interests. Most talks held in Norwegian.

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Workshops 18 M AY

2 5 M AY

01 JUNE

15 JUNE

Couchsurfing Meetup

Pub Quiz

Couchsurfing Meetup

Couchsurfing Meetup

08 JUNE

18 J U N - 19 J U N

Jabb #44

Classic Car Show

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 20:00-23:00, Free NOK Whether you are a local or a traveller, a host or a surfer - or just interested in meeting people... you are more than welcome.

20 M AY

EAT & QUIZ

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:00-21:30, Free This semester’s last EAT & QUIZ

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B 19:00, Free Pub Quiz in Norwegian. Open for everyone. Four on each team. Prize for best team of the night.

Yoga for Charity

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 15:00, Free

21 M AY - 2 2 M AY

Food course: Milk Processing

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 10:00-16:00, 2000 NOK Cook and food developer Vidar Harkjerr-Blakli shows you how to take simple dairy products like cream and milk and forward it in ways you can easily do at home. Limited to 8 people.

NNUG

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 17:00-20:30, Free NNUG meetup.

Walking Tour: Inns, brothels and plank stacks

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 14:00, 150 NOK Historian and conservator Terje Bratberg walks with you through historical Ila , focusing on the district’s diverse and colourful history. The walk starts at Ilen Church.

2 9 M AY

Bike Fest

Trondheim Spektrum, Klostergata 90, 7030 Trondheim 10:00, Free The eleventh annual Bike Fest is arranged on the 29th of May outside of Trondheim Spektrum.

22 M AY

Fourth Dance Step ; Dialogue through dance

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 12:00, Free International dance workshops. Come and try dance styles from around the world.

22 M AY

Bee Sunday

3 1 M AY

SOCO frokostseminar

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 08:30, Free

01 J U N E

Talk with Stephen Barstow Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60 18:00, tba NOK

NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet, Erling Skakkes gt. 47A , Trondheim 11:00-16:00, 60/30/0 NOK Seems like bees are all the rage this season. Exciting lectures and meet beekeepers, plus sale of honey products.

25 M AY

Abilator

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30 08:00, Free Leadership seminars in Norwegian.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 20:00-23:00, Free Whether you are a local or a traveller, a host or a surfer - or just interested in meeting people... you are more than welcome.

2 6 M AY

2 8 M AY 21 M AY

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 20:00-23:00, Free Whether you are a local or a traveller, a host or a surfer - or just interested in meeting people... you are more than welcome.

DIGS, Olav Tryggvasons gate 30, 7011 Trondheim 19:30-22:00, Free Jabb is a series of informal meetings created for discussion of projects and interests. Most talks held in Norwegian.

08 JUNE

Poetry night

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 19:00, Free Poetry is raising its voice in the cultural arena of Trondheim. Do you enjoy reading, listening and/or writing poetry? Come to Poetry Night at Ila Brainnstasjon. All languages are welcome.

09 JUNE

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.

09 JUNE

DevOPS and CI lecture

Work-Work, Munkegata 58 19:00, Free Testforum.no in collaboration with Roger Skjetlein (DevOps Trondheim) arranges testcafe- / test pub themed DevOPS and CI.

11 JUNE

Hendelser på Nyhavna

The ‘Extreme Salad Man’ with great knowledge of edible plants.

Cirka Teater, Nedre alle 9, 7030 Trondheim 10:00-22:00, Free A collaboration between NTNU, the theatre company Cirka Teater and Trondheim’s city planning office. The Making is Thinking students put forward their arguments through drawings, models, performances and full-scale interventions, all to envision to the cultural development of this iconic are of Trondheim.

Trondheim Spektrum, Klostergata 90, 7030 Trondheim Saturday 10-19, Sunday 10-16, Free Classic Car Show is arranged for the second time June 18-19 in Trondheim Spektrum. Classic, iconic cars are a big part of popular culture. From James Bond’s classic Aston Martin to the Ford convertible from Grease, from Ferris Bueller’s Ferrari to the outrageous Lykan HyperSport in Furious 7. Sometimes they have minds of their own, like Disney’s ever-lovable Herbie or the horrifically homicidal Christine from the eponymous horror movie. And sometimes they even travel in time, like the classic DeLorean from the Back To The Future franchise, or are actually robots in disguise, like the infamous Transformers. From muscle cars to convertibles, from SUVs to station wagons, and from minivans to microcars: ever since François Isaac de Rivaz designed the hydrogen-powered car in 1807 and changed history, cars have spoken to our imagination, starred on the silver screen, and features in many a daydream. See it all here!

20 J U N - 14 A U G

Historical Holiday School

Sverresborg Folkemuseum, Sverresborg Alle 13, 7020 Trondheim 2500 per week NOK The kids travel back to 1900's to experience how their peers lived a hundred years ago, and see the difference between the ‘city’ and ‘village’ kids.

28 J U N E

Pub Quiz

Ila Brainnstasjon, Ilevollen 32B, 7018 Trondheim 19:00, Free Pub Quiz in Norwegian. Open for everyone. Four on each team. Prize for best team of the night.

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What’s on

Kids and Family 01 M AY

Raw Dancestudio Closing Show Spring 2016

Byscenen, Kongens gate 19 15:00, 150/100 NOK Two dancing performances, one dance battle. A true #dancestravaganza.

Play Day

Lingo kurs- og kompetansesenter, Olav Tryggvasons gate 40 , Trondheim 15:00-16:00, FREE A play date, which simultaneously helps

29 M AY

22 J U N - 24 J U N

Insect and small creatures

Trondheim Athletics School

NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet, Erling Skakkes gt. 47A , Trondheim 11:00-16:00, 60/30/0 NOK See live bees and study insects under a microscope. Activities for young and old. Kids under 18 free.

Øya Stadion 09:00-14:00, 1200 NOK

01 M AY - 2 6 J U N 31 M AY - 0 2 J U N

Open Farm

Kari Palari

Vollgård, Gamle Jonsvannsveien 1 11.00-15.00, 50 NOK (under 1’s free) Ever popular Sunday activity (every week).

Olavshallen, Kjøpmannsgata 44, 7010 Trondheim 18:00, 250/150 NOK Singing, dancing and sparkling plays.

04 JUN - 05 JUN your children’s english skills, with qualified teachers and waffles for the adults. For children 7 to 10 years.

2 6 M AY - 2 9 M AY

Crikus Arnado Come and pet the animals! Recommended.

07 M AY - 2 5 J U N

Fairytale stories at Nesset

Granåsen Skisenter, Granåsen Skisenter, 7026 Trondheim Thur-Fri 18:00, Sat-Sun 14:00 & 17:00, 280/460 NOK Cirkus Arnardo is on tour again in its 68th

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.

Juba Juba

Kristiansten Festning 11:00-18:00, 460/290 NOK Epic children’s festival, with entertainment for all ages. See previews for more info. Group day pass (4 people) 895 NOK Group weekend pass (4 people) 1400 NOK

15 JUNE

Korsvikaspillet

Rødbua, Korsvika, Lade, Trondheim 13:00 & 18:00, 220/325 NOK

Bumble Bee Walk!

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 18:00, FREE NOK Almost half of the bee species in Norway can be found in Rigve Botanical Garden. Join this trekk and learn about these fascinating and hardworking insects.

Ladehammerfestivalen

Ladehammer Fri 18:00, Sat 12:00, Free NOK The yearly music and family festival located at the top of Ladehammeren is back for the seventh time in a row. Children’s Day is on the Saturday.

Om Bare Lyseblå Kunne bli Superhelt

Avant Garden, Olav Tryggvasonsgate 5 14:00, 150/100/75 NOK Katja Brita Lindberg (who has a Master’s

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Open Day at Ringve season: internationally recognised artists blowing your mind with balancing acts, acrobatics and other circus antics. See previews.

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in the gender politics of clowning) has devised a play for 6-10 year old children, exploring the expectations of growing up to be big, strong, and brave, in the face of bullying or being an outsider. Essential viewing.

Everyday in Øya, with a range of activities and training for children born between 2009 and 2014. Contact friidrettsskolen@ hotmail.com. Discount for siblings (2.000 for both). Also possible to organise childcare for the hour before and after training (200 NOK extra).

Weekend Show at the Science Museem

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim 11:00-16:00, FREE Plant sales, children’s activities, ‘ask a gardener’, cafe and stands about bumblebees, edible plants, Ringve Botanical Garden’s Friends Society, fungal and crop association and more. Stephen Barstow speaks at 1pm, kids bumble bee walks at 12 and 2pm.

The scenic outdoor play Korsvikaspillet is set around one of the more famous stories from the Old Norse kings sagas. Quite a bloody performance, but suitable for older kids. See previews.

Vitensenteret, Kongens gate 1 11:00-17:00, 80 NOK Plantearium 1pm, Science show 2pm, Science workshop 3pm

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Ranheim vs Kongsvinger

Sailing course

Ranheim vs Strømmen

Ranheim vs Ullensaker / Kisa

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

Pirterminalen, , Trondheim 17:15-19:45, 400 NOK

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Sailing in the fjord

Dance in Norway

Ringve Museum, Lade Alle 60, 7041 Trondheim Thur-Sun 11:00-16:00, 110/90/Free Visit venues where you find dance in Norway today, and learn about different social dance genres that inspires movement and fun.

07 M AY

Take care of what you have

Lademoen Bydelshus, Østersundsgate 1, Trondheim 7042 12:00-16:00, Free Meet local repairmen and get help fixing your stuff, or learn how to do it yourself! National event to get people to buy less, and re-use more. Also kids workshops, waffles and more.

08 M AY

RBK v Stabæk

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, NOK Tippeligaen match

12 M AY

Ranheim vs Bryne

DnB Arena, Ranheimsvegen 166, 7053 Trondheim 19:00, 150/100/50 NOK OBOS league match

13 M AY

Stand Up Paddleboard introduction course Teisendammen, Teisendammen innsjø, Trondheim 16:00-17:30, 590 NOK Basic techniques, all equipment supplied.

16 M AY

RBK v Lillestrøm

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, NOK Tippeligaen match

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

Pirterminalen, , Trondheim 17:15-19:45, 50 NOK Sailing experience on the fjord. See http:// www.nidaros.batlag.no

An invitation to participate in foundation courses in sailing on the fjord. Prices are for non-members, bring a life jackets. Contact Ingrid Slungaard Myklebust for questions/ booking slungaardmyklebust@gmail.com

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

29 J U N E

Ranheim vs Fredrikstad

DnB Arena, Ranheimsvegen 166, 7053 Trondheim 19:00, 150/100/50 NOK OBOS league match

RBK v Molde

Lerkendal Stadion, Klæbuveien 125, 7031 Trondheim 18:00, NOK Tippeligaen match

2 0 M AY - 2 2 M AY

Beginners swing-dancing course

Trondheim Swingclub, Kjøpmannsgate 12, Trondheim 12:00-14:00, 300/400 NOK A weekend of courses in folk-swing (Norwegian style) and waltz. Beginners course starts Friday 18-20 and continues Saturday and Sunday 12-14.00. Sign up online: www.trondheimsswing.com/ or e-mail geir@pedersen.wf

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Intermediate swing-dancing course

Trondheim Swingclub, Kjøpmannsgate 12, Trondheim 14:30-16.30, 250/300 NOK A weekend of courses in folk-swing (Norwegian style) and waltz. Intermediate course takes place Saturday and Sunday 14:30-16.30. Sign up online: www. trondheimsswing.com/ or e-mail geir@ pedersen.wf

2 0 M AY - 2 2 M AY

Wedding waltz weekend course

04 JUNE

Cargo Bike Race

#N/A 12:00, Free NOK A race for everyday-cyclists that carry something or someone on their bikes. Prizes for most creative transport. Starts and ends at Ilaparken.

05 JUNE

Ranheim vs Mjøndalen

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

12 JUNE

Topp7 Walk

#N/A 00:00, 200/450 NOK Central Norway’s largest walk with up to 4,000 participants.The tour is 30 km long and covering 7 peaks, offering spectacular viewpoints and powerful nature experiences along the paths through Bymarka. There are also three shorter varieties; TOPP5, TOPP2 and Top1. Register at topp7. dnt.no. Early bird prices before 29 May (150/350).

Trondheim Swingclub, Kjøpmannsgate 12, Trondheim 00:00, 250/300 NOK If you’re getting married here’s the perfect chance for you and your partner to learn the waltz. The course takes place on Saturday and Sunday 14:30-16.30. Sign up online: www.trondheimsswing.com/ or e-mail geir@pedersen.wf

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Food and Drink Baklandet Skydsstation

Bror

Café Løkka

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 1700s, 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!

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.

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

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

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

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Ila Brainnstasjon

Ni Muser

Tacopedia

Ila Brainnstasjon is a cultural café right next to Ila park. In a cosy atmosphere, with local art, serving hot and cold food from local ingredients: meat from Meråker, vegetables from Frosta and ice cream from Reins monastery in Rissa. Ila Brainnstasjon also has a little stage where small (and big) artists perform from time to time. If you want to have a BBQ in the park they also offer do-it-your self platters.

Cafe Ni Muser is found beside the jewel of Trondheim, Nidaros Cathedral. Since 1991 they have been quenching the thirst of coffee lovers, and satisfying the needs of art enthusiasts. And now they have a new menu with real focus on local produce, including over 20 types of local beer. Go and enjoy great food and drink in the old bishop’s residence.

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!

Ilevollen 32, 7018 Trondheim ilabrainnstajson.no +47 489 55 036 Tue-Thur 16-24.00, Fri 16-01.00, Sat 12-01.00, Sun 12-21.00

Kafé Soil / TAPS Trondheim

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. At the night the venue becomes Taps, which serves up the best in local craft ales, including their own brews. They also offer beer tasting for small or large groups. Nedre Bakklandet 20d, 7014 Trondheim +47 47636504 Facebook: TapsTrondheim / Kafé-Soil Soil: Mon-Sat 11:00-17:00, Sun 11:00-18:00 Taps: Tues-Thurs 17:00-00:00, Fri-Sat 17:00-01:30

Lille Skansen

Lille Skansen is a restaurant with a bar and café. Located at the marina at Skansen this restaurant certainly has a spectacular location and view, now accessible by the new Skansen footbridge. Enjoy your seafood dinner while the sailboats float by, or a cold beer on a hot summer day, overlooking the sunset. They also do catering and rent the venue out for parties . Nedre Ila 2, 7018 Trondheim lille-skansen.no / +47 739 21 151 Mon-Sat 11-23.00, Sun 11-21.00

Bispegata 9, 7013 Trondheim nimuser.no +47 73 53 63 11 Mon-Thur 11:00-22:00, Fri-Sat 11:00-00:30, Sun 11:00-22:30

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.

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

Restaurant Tasting Restaurant Tasting is located in the heart of town. Lunch is served until 16:00 and then the menu changes, offering diners everything from small casual dishes to four-course dinners with wine pairing. The menu is based on local ingredients with an international twist, such as seafood from Hitra and Frøya, culotte of veal from Trondheim Slaktehus and cured meat from Røros. Drop in for a coffee, reserve a table for dinner or grab a beer in the bar.

Nordre gate 24, 7010 Trondheim Mon-Thur 11:00-24:00, Fri-Sat 11:00-01:00 Tasting.no + 47 73 80 23 50

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.

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

To Tårn With panoramic views of the Cathedral’s West front, here you can enjoy Norwegian open sandwiches - farmer’s rye bread, rolls, hand-peeled shrimps and ciabatta. You can also eat ‘stone masons bread’ and ‘medieval soup’, just as pilgrims have for many centuries. Delicious coffee, homemade cakes and waffles. And get in touch to book the location for receptions combined with organ concerts in the cathedral.

Nidarosdomen Besøkssenteret www.bakeriet.no / 72 84 59 90 / 995 22 020 May: Mon-Fri 10:00-15:00, Sat-Sun 11:00-16:00 June: Mon-Sun 10:00-17:00

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