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What's on in Sweden: April 18 - 24

Jasmine Enberg · 17 Apr 2008, 13:32

Published: 17 Apr 2008 13:32 GMT+02:00

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Swedish Floorball Finals

Some of the world's best floorball players compete in the championship finals this weekend. The ladies final begins at 12.30pm and the men's at 3.30pm.

Price: 230 kronor

Location: Stockholm Globe Arena, Globentorget.

Time: Saturday, April 19th, 12.30pm

Phone: 077- 131 00 00

More information: www.globearenas.se

James Taylor

Talented American songwriter, singer, and guitarist James Taylor comes to Stockholm has sold over 40 million albums and won numerous awards since the mid-1960s. Hit songs include Fire and Rain, and Something in the Way She Moves. Joining him on stage is Larry Goldings on guitar, piano, and harmonica. Tickets are only available online.

Minimum Age: 13

Price: 435-475 kronor

Location: Cirkus, Djurgårdslätten.

Time: Sunday, April 20th, 7.30pm

Phone: 08- 660 10 20

Tickets: Ticnet


An amazing magic show. Prepare to be seduced and enchanted by Labero's humour and rock 'n' roll.

Price: 470 kronor

Location: Cirkus, Djurgårdslätten.

Time: Monday, April 21st, 7.30pm

...and continuing.

Phone: 08- 660 10 20

Tickets: Ticnet

Raoul Wallenberg

The fate of Raoul Wallenberg is largely unknown after his arrest and deportation to Moscow in 1945. He has become a symbol for the fight against inhumanity. Yet there are few photographs and no film footage of him today. Through images from the media, this exhibition portrays the different identities he has been given over the last 60 years. The goal is to present a new depiction of him and to see the person beyond the myth.

Location: Statens ljud- och bildarkiv, Karlavägen 100.

Times: Tuesday, April 22nd. (Open Mon, Wed-Fri 9am-4pm and Tues 9am-7pm)

…and continuing.

Phone: 08- 783 37 00


Scandinavia's largest fair for beer, wine, cider, and spirits.

Location: Stockholm International Fairs, Mässvägen 1.

Time: Wednesday, April 23rd.

...and continuing.

Phone: 08- 749 41 00

More information: www.stockholmsmassan.se



Be one of the first to experience Speedminton and Blackminton in Scandinavia. The highlight of the tournament is the men's final where Speedminton is played in darkness under a black light. Not something to be missed.

Location: NRJ Gothenburg

Time: Saturday, April 19th

More information: www.swedishspeedmintonopen.com

Gothenburg Horse Show

The Gothenburg Horse Show presents the Rolex FEI World Cup Final 2008 with some of the world's best riders.

Location: Scandinavium

Times: Wednesday, April 23rd

...and continuing to April 27th.

More information: www.goteborghorseshow.se

After the End

Mark was able to save his colleague Louise from a terrorist attack in London. Will they survive isolated in Mark's atomic bunker? The Gothenburg English Speaking Theatre presents this British drama with actors from London.

Location: FolkTeatern.

Time: April 11th - April 29th

Vice City Club

Vice City Club invites you to a spectacular dance show with the Sense Girls and DJ's Edmundo & Ernesto straight from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Price: 100 kronor

Age: 18

Location: Respekt Nattklubb

Times: Friday, April 18th, 10pm-3am

More information: More information: www.vicecityclub.com



Talented choreographers Susanne Jaresand and Tommi Kitti present their work together. Jaresand's piece is beautiful and light, and Kitti's is a crossover piece for both dancers and singers. "Dance creates music," he says.

Price: 260 kronor (under-26 130 kronor)

Story continues below…

Location: Malmö Opera

Times: Saturday, April 19th, 6pm

Tuesday, April 22nd, 7pm

Phone: 040- 208 471

Tickets: Ticnet or 040- 208 500


Four musicians who share a passion for Creedence Clearwater Revival, and especially John Fogerty. They will perform well-known Creedence songs such as Rocking all over the world, Susie Q and hits from Fogerty's later solo career.

Location: Blå Båten, Kajplats 303.

Time: Saturday, April 19th, 8pm

Phone: 040- 97 25 11

Angie Stone

Angie Stone is an American born R&B and soul singer-songwriter, keyboardist, and record producer. She has recently been nominated for a Grammy Award for her hit single "Baby" with Betty Wright. Don't miss her performance in Sweden.

Price: 450 kronor

Location: Kulturbolaget, Bergsgatan 18

Times: Thursday, April 24th, 9pm

Phone: 040- 30 20 11

Boats on Stamps

See enlarged copies of stamps from a private collection. Everything from rafts to the Titanic.

Price: 290 kronor

Location: Malmö Museer, Malmöhusvägen.

Time: April 6th on (regular opening hours apply)

Phone: 040- 34 10 00

Jasmine Enberg (news@thelocal.se)

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