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What's On in Sweden - January 22nd to 28th

The Local · 20 Jan 2010, 19:47

Published: 20 Jan 2010 19:47 GMT+01:00

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The Barber Of Seville

A close shave at Stockholm's Royal Opera House.

Price: see website

Location: Kungliga Operan

Date: Until 6th February (see website for more info)

Time: 7.30pm

More information: Kungliga Operan

Jerry Williams - Dynamite!

An explosive Rock n' Roll show takes Gröna Lund on a rollercoaster ride.

Price: see website

Location: Gröna Lund

Date: Until 27th March

Time: onstage 9.30pm

More information: Gröna Lund

Skansen's Kids Circus

Fun for all the family. Circus performed by kids for kids. No animal cruelty, just child labour.

Price: 30 kronor

Location: Bragehallen, Skansen

Date: Sundays until 25th April

Time: Midday and 2pm

More information: Skansen's Barncirkus

Amy MacDonald

Scottish songbird Amy MacDonald comes to Berns

Price: 295 kronor

Location: Berns

Date: 25th January

Time: 8pm

More information: Berns

Stockholm Reggae Week

Governor Andy opens a week of roots, dub and reggae.

Location: Mosebacke Etablissement

Date: 27th - 31st January

More information: Mosebacke Etablissement

Brett Anderson

Yes, that Brett Anderson, him from Suede, plays new stuff and Suede classics at Nalen

Price: 290 kronor

Location: Nalen

Date: 28th January

Time: 9pm

More information: Nalen


Tom Noddy - Bubble Magic

World famous blower of bubbles comes to Gothenburg.

Location: Universum

Date: 22nd - 24th January

Time: Various shows - see website.

More information: Universum


Rock n' Roll, jazz boogie and funk. Music influenced by New Orleans

Price: 160 kronor

Location: Nefertiti

Date: 23rd January

Time: 7.30pm

More information: Nefertiti


Fun club night. Run by artist collective 'Det Nya Vaga'.

Price: Free

Location: Club Social

Date: 23rd January

Time: 8pm

More information: Club Social

Depeche Mode

Gahan but not forgotten, the synth combo from Basildon are back

Price: see website

Location: Scandinavium

Date: 26th January

Time: 7.30pm

More information: Live Nation


All Tomorrow's House Party With Anton Zap

Moscow's biggest Techno and House DJ

Price: 60 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 23rd January

Story continues below…

Time: 11pm

More information: Inkonst

Hippos and other horses

Musical theatre for kids aged 4 - 7. About jealousy, loneliness and finding a real friend. Thrilling!

Price: 70 kronor

Location: Teater 23

Date: 24th January

Time: 3pm

More information: Teater 23

Decades - A postcard from Scotland

Club night celebrating the Scottish indie label that gave us the likes of Primal Scream, Teenage Fanclub and Orange Juice.

Price: Free

Location: Retro

Date: 23rd January

Time: 10pm

More information: Retro

Depeche Mode

Gahan but not forgotton, the synth combo from Basildon are back

Price: see website

Location: Malmö Arena

Date: 25th January

Time: 19.30

More information: Live Nation

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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