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Saturday June 11th

Post No Bills
June 11th, 20:00
Dansehallerne, Carlsberg (performance non verbal dance)

Interested in seeing theatre in English in Copenhagen? Join our International Theatre Nights during the CPH STAGE Festival!


20:00 – Show begins! Join us for drinks afterwards.

Tickets – 80kr – Email You’ll then receive an email telling you when your tickets are ready to collect. Please note discounted price tickets will only be available if the event secures 10 or more participants in total. Participants will receive confirmation of final price via email.

Or book full price directly via this link.

About Post No Bills

”The unique dancer Kitt Johnson performs a solo which looks at man’s existence in times of crisis. A raw space provides the backdrop for this dark story, while Johnson’s tiny body and its simple movements take the observer by storm.”
Selected as a highlight by the CPH STAGE programme committee.

Choreographer and dancer Kitt Johnson has created yet another challenging, thought-provoking solo performance.

POST NO BILLS is a radical call to view crisis as a creative power of transformation; as an opportunity to constructively rethink our existence. In the words of the choreographer, it is “a performance that edges its way in where composure is irrevocably lost and the new and unknown barely glimpsed. Right there, we meet the broken and disillusioned human with empty hands. Sent back to square one and free to re-invent the beginning.”

POST NO BILLS has been described as ’a masterpiece within the crisis art of recent years’ (Politiken) and already brought Kitt Johnson several awards.

About International Theatre Nights

From 1st-12th June Copenhagen welcomes the CPH STAGE Festival- showcasing over 100 local and international performances in theatres across the city.

CulturePie is teaming up with the festival and we’re delighted to introduce a series of International Theatre Nights, new for 2016 – a series of English-speaking theatre events from the programme for our International friends!

Experience Danish and International theatre at its best! These events will introduce Danish theatre to newcomers to the city, tourists, or simply new theatre-goers.

Featuring hand-picked performances from our International Programme, you can experience a wealth of theatre, meet other internationals, and even get the chance to join us for exclusive artist talks or group discussions afterwards. It’s the perfect introduction to CPH STAGE!

Whatever you’re into or want to try; dance, contemporary drama, immersive performance art, even a theatre bike tour – we’re sure we’ll have something to tempt you. You can read more about the programme here – so open your diary, open your mind and join us!


April Culture

Ah April – the sun is slowly coming out to play and the winter coats are coming off! Dodge the showers and check out below for our recommendations on what to see and do this month.3786793236_92931c0d07_o
1. Jazz on a Summers Day
10th April

It’s not summer just yet, but let’s transport ourselves there for a while with this documentary filmed by fashion photographer Bert Stern at the Newport Jazz Festival Rhode Island in 1958. The film merges images of water and the city with the performances at the festival by Louis Armstrong, Mahalia Jackson, Gerry Mulligan, Dinah Washington, Thelonious Monk. Come early for a free jazz concert in the bar with Freudendal Konceptet.


2. Pim and Theo
14-17th April
Teater V

Award-winning theatre company NIE bring a remarkable production to Teater V, Valby, blending sound, powerful imagery and live action to tell the story of Theo van Gogh and Pim Fortuyn – two victims of extremism with opposing political views. In an immersive promenade show, the audience come face to face with two of the most controversial figures in European politics. Pim & Theo explores culture and identity, the rules of life and death and the limits of tolerance in our society.


3. Love and Money
7th-29th April

Money can’t buy love but debt can certainly cost relationships. Dennis Kelly’s remarkable “Love and Money” holds a cracked mirror up to our modern world of easy credit and compulsive shopping. Compelling, poignant, and disturbingly funny; Jess and David’s marriage twists and burns with intolerable debt, driving them to desperate measures. Performed by the much applauded Why Not Theatre Company.
Join our CulturePie theatre trip to Love and Money this month and speak with the cast after the show!


4. Assemble Artists Talk
21st April
Inkonst, Malmo
Ok, so this one isn’t technically in Copenhagen – but we think it is worth the journey! Assemble are a collective based in London who work across the fields of art, architecture and design. Their working practice seeks to address the typical disconnection between the public and the process by which places are made. Assemble champion a working practice that is interdependent and collaborative, seeking to actively involve the public as both participant and collaborator in the on-going realization of the work. In 2015 they won the Turner Prize for their ongoing work alongside local residents and others to rebuild the Granby Four Streets, an area of Liverpool that has suffered from years of dereliction.


5. 48 Hour Festival
28th April – 1st May

Nørrebro hosts 48 hours of cultural events including concerts, workshops street parties, food festivals, art exhibitions and childrens events. Last year 60 events took place over the two days, and this year they hope to grow even bigger so there really will be something for everyone!

CulturePie’s Culture Club!

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Want to meet more people interested in theatre, music and cultural events? Join our monthly get-together – to meet up and go to a performance together! The performances are in English, or non verbal, and if you are interested, click here for updates or email for details!


February Culture

February may be frosty but it won’t stop us having fun in the city! Check out below for our recommendations on what to see and do this month.4368884246_486e0ea957_o

1. Vinterjazz Festival
5-28th February

Jazz Danmark brings a packed programme of Jazz performances around the city throughout February. A really diverse programme that caters for everyone – from funk and soul to brass bands to contemporary, with a great selection of free events too.


2. Uropa – An Asylum Ballet
16-20th February
Det Kongelige Teater

Aided by dancers from the Royal Danish Ballet, a group of six asylum seekers tell their story live at the Royal Theatre, through music, dance and live dialogue.The performance has been created to help change perceptions of refugees in Denmark.


3. Shakespeare Unplugged
22nd February – 24th March
An interactive collection of some of Shakespeare’s poetry about that crazy & complex thing called love brought to you in English by That Theatre Company.


4. Sofie Hagen – Bubblewrap
23-24th February
Bremen Teater
Danish comedian Sofie Hagen charmed the critics at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival and now she brings her show (in English) to Bremen Teater for two nights!


5. The Panda Affair
13th February – 12th March (English subtitles available on Thursday 25th February, 3rd and 10th March)
Teater Grob

Corruption, hidden agendas, trust and paranoia intertwine in Teater Grob’s new play exploring a collision of cultures when a Danish couple try to start a business in China. The play takes place in Danish but for three nights during the run, the play will also be subtitled in English! JOIN US AT TEATER GROB ON MARCH 3RD FOR CULTUREPIE’S CULTURE CLUB

CulturePie’s Culture Club!

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Want to meet more people interested in theatre, music and cultural events? Join our monthly get-together – to meet up and go to a performance together! The performances are in English, or non verbal, and if you are interested, click here for updates or email for details!


January Culture

Don’t be a sad snowman and give in to that post- Christmas slump! Defeat those January blues with our get-up-and-go list of 5 cultural events this month! 8238398307_cddb0705f1_o

1. David Shrigley – Coloured Works on Paper
January 15th – preview event 17:00, Nicolai Wallner Gallery (free)


A solo exhibition of new works by British artist and illustrator David Shrigley will be displayed at Nicolai Wallner Gallery until March. His dry, humourous and unique approach to visual art is sure to make a statement!


2. Impossible
January 9th-23rd, Husets Teater (times vary)


A highly acclaimed theatre production which returns for the third time in to Husets Teater. A silent movie is created live before your eyes in a moving and breathtaking production. The performance is entirely without words, so suitable for all, regardless of what language you speak!


3. Theatre
January 20th 19:00, Politikens Hus


Politiken present a monologue exploring the Syrian refugee crisis and the death of Arab and African people in the Mediterranean Sea. The play is part of a trilogy which has travelled to Jordan and Cairo, and now premieres in Copenhagen. Written and directed by Marco Magoa and performed in English.


4. Swing Dancing and Jazz at the Opera
January 24th 10:30, Copenhagen Opera House (free)

CPH Swing gives a free hour of introduction to Swingdance, followed by a concert by The Famous Jazzband AK And All That Jazz where the floor is open to all to dance, watch the action or enjoy some brunch by the harbour.


5. Teater and Tapas
January 31st, 16:00, Teaterøen

Theatre + food + drink + socialising – we like the sound of this! Teaterøen will host a series of short performances which happen simultaneously in different rooms around the theatre. The performances are repeated 6 times and the audience can go between each show as they wish. Drinks and tapas are served in the bar. The performances will be in Danish, English or non-verbal – check out the programme for more details.


CulturePie’s Culture Club – Coming Soon!

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Want to meet more people interested in theatre, music and cultural events? We are planning a monthly get-together – to meet up and go to a performance together! The performances will be in English, or non verbal, and if you are interested, keep checking our facebook page for updates or email for details!



The Christmas season is truly on its way in Copenhagen with so much to see and do in December. Here’s our tips on how to make the most of it! Glædelig Jul! poster_10_OCT_2015

1. Three Sisters by Anton Chekov
December 1-6th, Bryggergården

Three Sisters

Graduating students from Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts (CISPA) present one of Chekov’s most famous plays the Three Sisters, in a unique historic location in Kastrup. Book tickets via at


2. Winter Bathing and Viking Festival
December 6th, Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

Viking party

Feeling brave? Why not head down to the harbour at Islands Brygge! Winter bathing is open for Christmas so take a dip and then warm up with a sauna, warm drinks, a fire and viking games! Brrrrrrr!


3. Quentin Tarantino at Cinemateket
December 8th – January 23rd, Cinemateket

Quentin Tarantino

Cinemateket presents a whole month and more of Quentin Tarantino’s best known films. Over December and January you can see all the greats from Kill Bill to Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown – the list goes on! Perfect for some Christmas down time or to beat the January blues!


4. ØsterGRO Christmas Market
December 12-13th, Æbeløgade


On a rooftop in the heart of Copenhagen, lies an urban farm and restaurant, and this Christmas they will be hosting a unique Christmas market. Here you will find delicious local vegetables, homemade apple juice, snapps, natural products, Christmas trees, as well as mulled wine, fires, æbleskiver – could it get any more hyggeligt?!


5. Winter Solstice Party
December 18th, Danish Architecture Centre

Winter Solstice

On the darkest day of the year, Copenhagen will light up the harbour with light, music and art installations. Come celebrate the start of longer days in a beautiful harbourside setting. The Danish Architecture Centre will be open with free access to all exhibitions.



Reimagining the City


City Link 2015: Reimagining the City is an exciting day of activities around Frederiksberg and Nordvest celebrating the city and exploring how we can use art and creativity to make exciting spaces in our city for everyone. The day long programme includes talks, debates, workshops, exhibitions, dinner and pop-up concerts. All events are in English and everyone is invited. There are activities for all ages to excite and delight the imagination! Check out our guide below!

Morning Talks
9.00-13.30 Tickets 50kr from Billetto


A series of talks and panel debates on creative practices and public engagement methods to create lively and democratic cities and public space. The symposium will take place at the Arne Jacobsen designed canteen at Novozymes and we will hear from a range of artists, academics and creatives from Copenhagen and Edinburgh including Tanya Toft (Curator and Ph.d.), Morvern Cunningham (LeithLate), Ulrikke Neergaard (Somewhere), Kirsten Dufour (Astrid Noack), Jan Liliendahl Larsen (Urbanist, Supertanker), Mads Boserup (TagTomat), Martin Voola (Dome of Visions), Jenny Humberstone (HERE+NOW) and Richard Williams (Edinburgh University).
View morning programme


Afternoon Creative Workshops
13.45-18.00 Entrance is free.


An afternoon of activities for all ages. Underneath Bispeengbuen you will be able to design you own skateboard and make a giant chalk painting on the underpass. At Cafe Ved Buen, Creative Roots will be building creative indoor and outdoors spaces, and making workshops with their new 3D printer! At Glentevej you can learn all about urban gardening with TagTomat including a workshops on how to make your own planter for your home. At ContainerBy there will be a game-playing workshop exploring the future of the urban area. You can also take a walking art tour along Nordre Fasanvej with Somewhere, and hear about their work in the local area.
View afternoon programme.


Evening Exhibition Launch
17.00- 23.00 Entrance is free.

Polar Twins

Six Danish and six Scottish artists and curators have been part of an artist exchange programme, where they have studied each other’s cities and spaces. This process has led to the creation of new artistic works. Themes such as co-creation, democratic education, gentrification, and strategies towards the creation of creative city spaces are demonstrated in the exhibition. Thus the exhibition reflects upon local history and diversity between the cities. The exhibition launch will also include live music, DJ and bar, open til 11pm.
View evening programme.



Culture Night 2015

Culture Night is here and we will be out and about experiencing a dizzying array of cultural delights across Copenhagen! The programme of events can be overwhelming, so if you are a bit lost don’t worry – we’ve picked a few highlights to help you make the most of the evening! Most events area open from 6pm – midnight, simply buy a Culture Pass from a 7Eleven store, get out there and enjoy!poster_10_OCT_2015

1. Culture Night at Overgaden
Food, art and music – need we say more?


The Overgaden Institute for Contemporary Art is collaborating with the food concept makers Smag og Rum (“Taste & space”) to bring you a specially created evening of food, art and electronic music. Smag og Rum work with set design, creative and visual expression and flavour, and have developed an experience around the theme of Overgaden’s current current exhibition TRUST, complemented by three different electronic music concerts.


2. Sound and Lights at the Botanic Gardens
A true crowd pleaser


A favourite every year, the Botanic Gardens are transformed in to a magical wonderland of light and sound interplaying with the palmhouse and water features of the park. Wrap up warm and head there for a truly memorable experience.


3. Culture Night at Kødbyen
Spend the evening in Kødbyen


There’s so much going on in Culture Night just in Kødbyen itself you could easily spend the whole night here! Visit the DGI-Byen, Fotografisk Center, Husets Teater, Billedskolen, Warehouse 9, Teaterbutikken, Råhuset og MUVE where you can climb walls, make your own photographs, get lost in a theatrical maze, hear anecdotes from Kødbyens history, live music, lights, visuals and, of course, eat some delicious food -what Kødbyen is most famous for!


4. Culture Night at Charlottenborg Kunsthal
Art, music and fun times with Jes Brinch


Danish artist Jes Brinch brings his latest exhibition “ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE” – problems and alternatives to Charlottenborg Kunsthal. Throughout the night, together with a DJ-extravaganza, Jes Brinch has created a show that unfolds ideas through live events exploring the cross section between music and visual arts.


5. Culture night at CISPA I Teater i Gærkælderen
Site specific theatre at Carlsberg


Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts takes over Gærkælderen (The Yeast Cellar) for a series of theatrical scenarios across 5 different floors of the building. The scenarios are performed in English and repeated cyclically throughout the evening for the audience to join at any point and watch as many performances as they want.


6. Culture night at the Danish Architecture Centre
Get building at DAC!


Start off with a glass of champagne at the exhibition opening of “Groundbreaking Construction – 100 Danish Breakthroughs that Changed the world”. There will be a series of workshops at the centre around this theme – building with lego, learn about new materials, and light the facade of the building!


7. Afterparty at the Dome of Visions
Culture Night doesn’t have to end at midnight!

Dome of visions

Join a secret pop up event from 8pm, right in the heart of the city, in the unique setting of Copenhagen’s space-dome the Dome of Visions, right next to the Black Diamond and overlooking the harbour. The event will be followed by a DJ set in the same space from 11pm onwards, where you can party in to the night.