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Program Season 2019 in:
​Copenhagen  Hamburg  Malmö  Others
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Theatre / Malmö & Copenhagen

Sylvia - by A. R. Gurney - 22. -25.10.2020

New York couple Greg & Kate find after 22 comfortable years of raising kids & life in the suburbs, they are now facing empty nest syndrome, the onset of middle age and the frustrations of marriage in Manhattan. Then in wanders Sylvia, a street-smart mixture of stray lab and poodle, en route from Central Park.Together with Sylvia, Greg and his wife discover the power of nature, the meaning of life, for men and women, a bone of contention and a whole lotta laughs.

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Theatre / Copenhagen 

Pride Monologes - 18.8.2020

 

Copenhagen’s HIT- House of International Theatre in collaboration with Copenhagen Pride present an evening of LGBTQ monologues, that represent different sides of the LGBTQ community and the problems faced today. Three monologues will be presented in English and one in Danish.

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Exhibition / Copenhagen

I AM (love)D - participatory art installment - 17.8.2020

 

A participatory art installment on “What makes us who we are?”, an experience for the public that is a mixture of live performance and art exhibition. Take your time to wander through a forest of genealogical “trees”, collected to represent the wide variety of LGBTQ+families and relationships. In this “forest” of families, you will listen to sincere, personal stories, both live and recorded, by invited artists. As a member of the public you may even be able to add your own relationships tree.

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Theatre / Copenhagen

Summer Sunday Readings - 19.7. - 9.8.2020

 

Copenhagen’s HIT-House of International Theatre presents a series of outdoor staged summer readings featuring HIT ensemble cast members & colleagues 
from Copanhagn and Malmö. Four exciting plays by contemporary acclaimed American playwrights in English with very different themes and settings, but all of them very much about women and relationships - between sisters, friends, lovers and more…


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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 8.1.2020

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 8.1.2020

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

read more

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 8.1.2020

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

read more

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 8.1.2020

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

read more

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 8.1.2020

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

read more

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

read more

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 8.1.2020

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

read more

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics. - 2.7. - 3.10.2020

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III - 29.1. - 2.2.2020

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

read more

Theatre / Malmö & Copenhagen

Sylvia - by A. R. Gurney

 
New York couple Greg & Kate find after 22 comfortable years of raising kids & life in the suburbs, they are now facing empty nest syndrome, the onset of middle age and the frustrations of marriage in Manhattan. Then in wanders Sylvia, a street-smart mixture of stray lab and poodle, en route from Central Park.Together with Sylvia, Greg and his wife discover the power of nature, the meaning of life, for men and women, a bone of contention and a whole lotta laughs.


Cast: Vanessa Poole, Robin Gott, Kevin Benn, Karen Olrich-White


Directed by Joseph Sherlock




A production by Playmate Theatre Malmö, Malmö’s only full time English-language theatre company, established in 2017, offering quality English-language theatre, small-cast intimate plays, winning critical acclaim in both Sweden and Denmark. Directed by Joseph Sherlock from Copenhagen.

Where: Bastionen Teater, Norra Vallgatan 28, 211 25 Malmö, Schweden


When: 22. -25.10.2020


The Performance is in English

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Theatre / Copenhagen 

Pride Monologes

 

Copenhagen’s HIT- House of International Theatre in collaboration with Copenhagen Pride present an evening of LGBTQ monologues, that represent different sides of the LGBTQ community and the problems faced today. Three monologues will be presented in English and one in Danish.

 

Where: Copenhagen Pride, H.C.Andersens Boulevard 27, 1533 Copenhagen.Inside the Pride Tents, centered around Rådhuspladsen:

When: August 18th, 18:30-20:00

The event is free of charge and open to the public.

 

Further info: www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

About the monologues:

Harry Clarke, by David Cale 

Director Joseph Sherlock / Actor: Jody Fish

Harry Clarke isn't his real name and Harry Clarke doesn't speak with his real accent. But he couldn't live his real life without his fake name and he couldn't speak his truth without using lies. Harry Clarke is the story of a bisexual man from the midwest of the USA who travels to New York under a false identity and inserts himself into the lives of a rich family."


A Poster of the Cosmos, by Lanford Wilson 

Director Jeremy M. Thomas /Actor Daniel Ash

A man has just said good bye to his lover in a New York hospital and now he is sitting in an interview room at the local police station, explaining to the cops what led him to this moment in his life. Written by Lanford Wilson, one of America’s most prolific gay playwrights.

Unnamed Baby Play, by TJ Young  

Actress and Director: Jessica O’hara-Baker
A woman is having a baby with her wife, but she has more questions than answers in the wake of one of life’s most precious and altering moments.


"Streetlines" by Elias Sadaq, an exciting new Danish poet who explores the boundaries between homosexuality and religion. Performance by Claudio Morales. Director: Lars Werner Thomsen

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Exhibition / Copenhagen

I AM (love)D - participatory art installment

A participatory art installment on “What makes us who we are?” , an experience for the public that is a mixture of live performance and art exhibition. Take your time to wander through a forest of genealogical “trees”, collected to represent the wide variety of LGBTQ+  families and relationships. In this “forest” of families, you will listen to sincere, personal stories, both live and recorded, by invited artists. As a member of the public you may even be able to add your own relationships tree.  All are welcome to watch  I AM (love)D created jointly by HIT and  independent international artist Delia Trice who works in the realm of creating cultural experiences.

 

Where: Copenhagen Pride, H.C.Andersens Boulevard 27, 1533 Copenhagen.

Inside the Pride Tents, centered around Rådhuspladsen:

When: August 17th, 2.30-4pm

 

The event is free of charge and open to the public.

More info: www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

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Theatre / Copenhagen

Summer Sunday Readings

 

Copenhagen’s HIT-House of International Theatre presents a series of outdoor staged summer readings featuring HIT ensemble cast members & colleagues 
from Copanhagn and Malmö. Four exciting plays by contemporary acclaimed American playwrights in English with very different themes and settings, but all of them very much about women and relationships - between sisters, friends, lovers and more…


The readings are free of charge for all, but donations are greatly appreciated.

 

WHEN: Sundays from 2-4 pm

WHERE: Yellow Pavilion (Det Gule Halvtag) in the park Nørrebroparken, Copenhagen 


19th of July: The Victorian Ladies' Detective Collective by Patricia Milton


26th of July: Anxiety Play by Leah Roth Barsanti


2nd of August: The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson


9th of August:  Sister Play by John Kolvenbach

 

For further information visit: www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

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Pop- Urban- & Street-Art / Helgoland

"Annas Art Affair“- Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg, Copenhagen and the Nordics.

 

Hamburg's Galerie popstreet.shop and Hotel Rickmers in Helgoland collaborate in presenting more then 70 art pieces by over 20 artists from six nations. The pictures and sculptures are a combination of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart, jointly displayed in a 130-meter-long historical tunnel.

 

When: 02.07.-03.10.2020 

Where: Helgoland 

 

For location, opening hours and all further info please visit: https://popstreet.shop/de/annas-art-affair visit /  www.popstreet.shop

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Old Times – A Pinter Trilogy Part III

“There are some things one remembers even though they may never have happened.”

In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a visitor. Anna is Kate's best friend, though Deeley has never met her. Is the past really as they remember it?

 



Old Times is a play about memory and desire. Tantalisingly enigmatic, it is a play about people in their forties looking back on old times, about reconciling the young person and the adult, about how you imagined things were going to be and how they turned out.

Cast: Andreas Lyon, Jana Pulkrabek, Dina Rosenmeier

 

Directed by: Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen

 

HIT-House of International Theatre is presenting a German-Danish cast

 

Where: Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, 2100 København Ø

When: Jan.29th – Feb. 2nd 

The Performance is in English

Photo by: Filip Misiak Orestes

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Music, Hamburg

Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs

 

For  the Opening of the 2020 Move the North cultural program, three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode will perform with four German musician/singers/actors and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and songs.

Opening speech by HamburgAmbassador in Copenhagen and Move the North Patron Jens-Peter Saul.

 

With: 

Asbjørn Larsen Kamban (Trumpet)

Asger Søgaard (guitar)

Rasmus Rhode (vocals & poetry)

Siegmar Tonk (piano, vocals)

Jana Pulkrabek (vocals)

Isabel Trinkaus (vocals)

Special guest: Andreas Grötzinger (vocals & text)

​When: 08.01.2020 at 20.00 (doors open at 19.30)

Where: Drilling Bar / Marzipanfabrik  (Altona/Bahrenfeld). Haus 4 beim Schornstein, Friesenweg 4, 22763 Hamburg

 

The entrance is free.

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