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What's On in Sweden: January 15th - 21st

What's On in Sweden: January 15th - 21st

Published: 14 Jan 2010 09:43 GMT+01:00
Updated: 14 Jan 2010 09:43 GMT+01:00

STOCKHOLM

After Hours

What happens in an office after everyone has gone home? Moderna Dansteatern give us their interpretation... one floor up on Sergels Torg

Price: Free

Location: SEB's first floor window on Sergels Torg

Date: until January 31st

Time: 6pm

More information: Mobile Art Production

Foto: SvD

Photos from Svenska Dagbladet's archives from 1914 - 1959

Price: Free

Location:Stockholm Stadsmuseum

Date: until January 31st

More information: Stockholm Stadsmuseum

Konichiwa Bitches Goes Tutti Frutti

Swedish megapopstar Robyn and her pal Louise Sondlo take over Hornstull Strand

Price: Free

Location: Hornstull Strand Etablissement

Date: 15th January

Time: 10pm

More information: Hornstull Strand Etablissement

Bangers 'n' Mash

Anglophile club in the cool surroundings of Marie Laveau

Price: 100 kronor

Location: Marie Laveau

Date: 16th January

Time: 10pm

More information: Marie Laveau

Jazz Brunch

It's Sunday, it's Jazz, it's brunch.... Nice.

Price: 175 kronor

Location: Mosebackes Etablissement

Date: 17th January

Time: 10.30am

More information: Mosebacke

GOTHENBURG

The 69 Eyes

The 69 Eyes, Helsinki's premier Horror Rock band come to Gothenburg. LORDI, eat your heart out... literally.

Price: 195 kronor

Location: Sticky Fingers

Date: 15th January

Time: 8pm

More information: The 69 Eyes

Balkan Party

Andra Generationen (The Next Generation), the Melodifestivalen's outside hopes raise the roof of the Cosmopol

Price: see website

Location: Casino Cosmopol

Date: 16th January

More information: Casino Cosmopol

Guys And Dolls

Gothenburg Opera continues their run of the classic Broadway musical

Price: See website

Location: Göteborgs Operan

Date: until March 28

Time: see website

More information: Göteborgs Operan

Sundays at Gossip

Probably Gothenburg's smallest nightclub. Gay friendly, intimate and cheap.

Price: Free

Location: Gossip, Parkgatan, 15

Date: 17th January

Time: 8pm

MALMÖ

Andy Votel

English DJ and Gentleman Andy Votel brings obscure music from every corner of the world.

Price: 80 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 16th January

More information: Inkonst

Malmö Konsthall Tour for Kids

A tour of the Art Gallery for kids (Age 5+).

Location: Malmö Konsthall

Date: 16th/17th January

Time: 1pm

More information: Malmö Konsthall

Violin Masterclass with Matthew Trusler

British star violinist Matthew Trusler hold a masterclass and concert

Price: Free

Location: Palladium

Date: 18th January

Time: 3pm - 6pm

More information: Palladium

Open Mike

Anyone with an instrument or voice welcome onstage. Jammin'.

Price: Free

Location: Mässingshornet

Date: 18th January

Time: 8pm

More information: Mässingshornet

The Toughest Kids

They're tough and they are on tour with Her Bright Skies

Price: 150 kronor

Location: Kulturbolaget

Date: 21st January

Time: 7pm

More information: Kulturbolaget

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