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Spring Dance at Carlsberg

10 June-10 Nov. Dansk Danseteater, or Danish Dance Theatre, takes place in the garden of J.C. Jacobsen, the Carlsberg brewer who was born 200 years ago on 2 September 2011. Spring Dance at Carlsber...
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Tour de France: French Landscapes

8 April-11 September. This exhibition comprises over 60 works by some of the leading exponents of Impressionism and Post Impressionism, all from Ordrupgaard
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Elephants on parade in Copenhagen

1 June-25 August. In one of the largest outdoor art exhibitions ever held in Denmark, throughout the summer Copenhagen's streets and parks are brought to life with colourful sculptures of baby elephan...
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LIVING Frontiers of Architecture III-IV

1 June - 2 Oct. This exhibition at the Louisiana poses questions about how we live, where, why and with whom. The last in the ambitious series Frontiers of Architecture, LIVING examines our contempora...
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Teater og Kultur (Theatre and Culture)

28 May-31 December. The Theatre Museum examines theatre in Copenhagen in the 19th century with an interesting exhibition comprising several different shows and installations, taking place in the museu...
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The Dispute on Art: Artists from Funen

8 April-11 September. The Ordrupgaard and Faaborg museums present an exhibition of some 50 paintings by three Danish artists: Fritz Syberg (1862-1939), Johannes Larsen (1867-1961) and Peter Hansen (18...
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David Hockney: Me Draw on IPad

8 April-28 August. This slightly unorthodox exhibition sees the work of leading British artist David Hockney but is not what one might expect. Over the last few years Hockney has created over 400...
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Frederiksberg Gardens

Daily. In 1699, on the orders of King Frederik VI, work began on a palace and gardens in Frederiksberg close to modern day central Copenhagen. Frederiksberg Palace was used as summer residence by the...
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Tivoli Gardens summer season

14 April - 25 September. The world-famous amusement park Tivoli Gardens is situated right in the centre of Copenhagen and features theatres, open air stages, restaurants, gardens whose trees sparkle w...
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Picasso: Peace and Freedom

11 February - 29 May 2011. The spring exhibition at the Louisiana museum is dedicated to the work of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) and examines how the artist related to contemporary historical and politi...
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Spring Exhibition

5 March - 25 April. An institution in itself, the Spring Exhibition at the Charlottenborg is one of the highlights of Copenhagen's art calendar. This year a jury of five Scandinavian art experts h...
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Mother & Child

5 February - 15 May. The Mother & Child exhibition by French-American painter and sculptor Louise Jos
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Hungry Planet

22 January - 27 March 2011. In Peter Menzel's photographed portraits of families from around the world, the families are surrounded by the food they consume each week. Aside from providing insights in...
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Madama Butterfly

3 December - 16 April 2011. Giacomo Puccini
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La Bohème

3 December - 16 April 2011. The Det Kongelige Teater presents Giacomo Puccini's much-loved opera: La Boh
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The Gaswork Theatre season 2011

Until 4 June 2011. The Gasworks Theatre produces musicals, theatre and concerts. Over the 2011 season the theatre offers a variety of shows including the concert Come Together which comprises Beat...
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Encountering Japan: Degas, Monet, Gauguin

11 September - 23 January 2011. At the World Fair in Paris in 1867, for the first time Japan presented its woodcuts to an instantly receptive Western audience. The previously unseen material becam...
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Winter events at the Black Diamond

30 November - 1 February 2011. An extension of Denmark's Royal Library, the Black Diamond offers a range of cultural events throughout the winter, including classical concerts, exhibitions and lecture...
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Royal Danish Theatre's Ballet Season

Until April 2011. The 2010-2011 ballet season at the Royal Danish Theatre's Old Scene at Kongens Nytorv in central Copenhagen offers some of the great ballet classics alongside performances never befo...
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Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and Archaeology

09 October - 27 February 2011. Many people are aware that Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has always enjoyed an interest in history and art. With this exhibition, the National Museum reveals the queen t...


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