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What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020


Now that you've had a little time to adjust to 2020, why don't you get out there again and enjoy yourself? We'll be ready to go next month with an events calendar that we're certain you're going to like! If you are an organization or someone who has an event that you'd like for us to post, by all means, send your event(s) to, ATTENTION: The Local Time by Nordgreen. 

In the meantime, check out these few events.


 Thursday 16th January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of THE LEGEND OF THE SURAM FORTRESS + FORFILM.

Georgian Night: Wine + Paradjanov’s Legend of the Suram Fortress at Cinemateket

Dive into the mythic world of Sergej Paradjanov’s “The Legend of the Suram Fortress.“ The story is a retelling of a well-known Georgian folk-tale brought into written literature by the 19th-century writer Daniel Chonkadze: A young boy has to be immured into the walls of a fortress in order to stop it from crumbling to pieces.

“The Legend of the Suram Fortress“ is Sergei Parajanov’s first film after 15 years of censorship in the Soviet Union. To kick off the evening the Embassy of Georgia to the Kingdom of Denmark hosts a reception with Georgian wines and Georgian ambassador Gigi Gigiadze gives a short introduction to the film. From 8 pm, the film starts at 9.15 pm. Tickets cost 80 DKK.


Friday 17th January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of Alice Folker works.

Opening of Gallery Swap 2020: Haverkampf Berlin and Alice Folker Copenhagen

The two galleries, Philipp Haverkampf in Berlin and Alice Folker in Copenhagen, will exchange their exhibition spaces in January and early February and host each other’s exhibitions. Philipp Haverkampf will present a mix of the gallery’s program including Katherine Bradford, Lois Dodd, Anna Grath, EJ Hauser, Stephen Kent and others.

At the same time, Alice Folker invites four young Danes to exhibit in Berlin, all of whom have international profiles: Casper Aguila, Asger Harbou Gjerdevik, Nat Bloch Gregersen and Frederik Næblerød. Join the opening in the space of Alice Folker on Store Strandstraede 19, 5 TV from 5-8 pm.


Saturday 18th – Sunday 19th January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of Nørrebrohallen.

Veras Market in Nørrebrohallen

Find something you thought you didn't know that you needed, or sell the dream to someone else. Open from 11.00-16.00. For info on opening a booth visit: Veras website.


Saturday 18th January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of loppemarked in Absalon.

Loppemarked i Absalon

There's another loppemarked to find that lost treasure or sell to someone else at Absalon from 10.00-15.00. Get tickets via Billetto for 350 DKK.


Sunday 19th January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of Købnerkirken.

Tøjbyttedag at Købnerkirken

There's nothing complicated about this event: From 11.30-15.00 you can come and swap out clothes that you no longer want or need and find something that else that you do need. 


What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of Hævnen, a film.    

Danish on a Sunday: “In a Better World” / “Hævnen“ at Cinemateket

A Danish film about close relationships and getting back at those that crossed you. This story takes you from Africa to Denmark, following the start of something beautiful. If you have difficulty understanding Danish, there are subtitles. Showtime: 14.15.


Wednesday 22nd January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of Copenhagen Planetarium.

Foredrag: Universets byggesten – de fantastiske galakser i Planetarium Copenhagen

Let's talk about galaxies and their origins with Postdoctorate Peter Laursen, Oslo University. There will be an observation starting at 18.00, the talk starts at 20.00. 


Thursday 23rd January

What's On In Copenhagen: January 2020, image of Palmyra før og nu.

Palmyra før og nu – en samtale om kulturarv i Syrien

A talk on Syria and the impact on its people and the globe at the Carlsberg Glyptotek. Ticket prices range from 85-115 DKK. The talk is from 17.00-18.30.






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