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What's On in Sweden: February 12th - 18th

What's On in Sweden: February 12th - 18th

Published: 10 Feb 2010 20:38 GMT+01:00
Updated: 10 Feb 2010 20:38 GMT+01:00

STOCKHOLM

The Widows

World premiere of Joyce Carol Oates' The Widows. Performed in English.

Price: 220/180 kronor

Location: Strindbergs Intima Teater

Date: Until March 14th (See website for dates)

More information: Strindbergs Intima Teater

Stockholm Furniture Fair

Unfold the Scandinavian design scene. Doors open to the public on Saturday!

Location: Stockholm International Fairs

Date: 13th February

Time: 1pm - 6pm

More information: Stockholm Furniture Fair

Queers, Beers and Rears

Stockholm's only queer punk club. An orgy of sex, blood and hedonism..... fun for all the family!

Price: 50 kronor

Location: Högkvarteret

Date: 12th February

Time: 8pm - 1am

More information: Queers, Beers and Rears

Jugs, Jars and Pitchers

Jasper Morrisson's exhibition of jugs, jars and pitchers. No double entendre... that's exactly what it is.

Price: 80 kronor

Location: Hallwylska Museum

Date: until 28th February

More information: Hallwylska Museum

Jedi Mind Tricks

Known for their energetic live performances, the Philadelphia band uses The Force in Stockholm

Price: 295 kronor

Location: Debaser

Date: 18th February

Time: 7pm

More information: Debaser

GOTHENBURG

Buddy Holly - The Musical

The life, loves and songs of Rock n' Roll's most famous spectacle wearer....Don't get on that plane, Buddy!

Price: See website

Location: Scandinavium

Date: 12th February

Time: 7.30pm

More information: Buddy Holly - The Musical

Gothenburg Boat Show

Sail, row or motor.... It's all aboard for the boat show!

Location: Svenska Mässan

Date: 6th to 14th February

More information: Båtmässan

2705 baci (2705 kisses)

With dark humour and simple expressions, artist Sislej Xhafa takes on power, prejudice and stereotypes.

Location: Röda Sten

Date: Until April 18th

More information: Röda Sten

Eddie Kirkland

The legendary Bluesman who has played with (among others) John Lee Hooker, Otis Reading and Little Richard

Price: 150 kronor

Location: Jazzå

Date: 14th February

More information: Jazzå

MALMÖ

Full Pull and Shackleton

Live set from UK Dubstep visionary Shackleton (Skull Disco)

Price: 100 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 12th February

Time: 11pm - 3am

More information: Inkonst

Teddy Bear's Concert

Kids' concert with Malmö Symphony Orchestra. Instrument of the day: The clarinet.

Price: 90 kronor

Location: Malmö Symfoniorkester

Date: 13th February

Time: See website

More information: Malmö Symfoniorkester

Beethoven in Blue Jeans

Afternoon piano concerts where over 8 weeks, Per Tengstrand makes his way through all 32 sonatas

Price: 180 kronor

Location: Victoria Teater

Date: 14th February and 6 more Sundays

Time: 2.30pm

More information: Victoria

Essay On The Dead Body

A performance on death and dying onstage by Berlin performance artists Miriam Horwitz and Vivianna Sobottke

Price: 50 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 16th February

Time: 7pm

More information: Inkonst

Do you know of any upcoming events our readers might like to attend? Drop us a line at whatson@thelocal.se

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