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

The Local · 11 Mar 2010, 10:38

Published: 11 Mar 2010 10:38 GMT+01:00

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The Wilderness Fair and Fly Fishing Fair

A chance to get close to nature without leaving the capital plus Europe's largest fly fishing fair promises a great cast for anyone hooked on the gentleman's sport.

Location: Stockholm International Fairs

Date: 11th - 14th March

Time: See website

More information: Wilderness Fair

Fly Fishing Fair

Action Impro

Guns a'blazing, full-throttle, feature length show tackling the action genre head on while making it up as they go along.

Price: 200 kronor

Location: Improvisation and Co

Date: 13th March. See website for further dates

Time: 7pm

More information: Improvisation and Co

Another Day At The Office

Photo exhibition by Björn Terring captures strange everyday events from South Africa and The Americas

Location: Marie Laveau

Date: until 27th March

More information: Marie Laveau


Dark, romantic murder ballads. A chance to hear songs from the new album 'Falling Down A Mountain'

Price: 360 kronor

Location: Debaser

Date: 14th March

Time: 7pm

More information: Debaser

Berns International Comedy Club

B.I.C.C. - English language stand up comedy at one of Stockholm's most attractive venues.

Price: 160 kronor

Location: Berns Salonger

Date: 17th March

Time: 9pm

More information: Berns


Synchronized Skating

It's the Synchronized Skating Junior World Challenge Cup, to be precise.

Location: Frölundaborgs Isstadion

Date: 11th - 13th March

More information: JWCC

Judy Lewis Trio

Influenced by music from the Middle East, Jazz Fusion and Prog Rock: A New York Trio with their own unique sound.

Price: 180 kronor


Date: 12th March

Time: 7.30pm

More information: Nefertiti

Josh Rouse

The brilliant US singer songwriter's much awaited return to Gothenburg.

Price: 265 kronor

Location: Stickey Fingers

Date: 13th March

Time: 8pm

More information: Sticky Fingers

The Quireboys

Still going strong after 20 years, the Quireboys give you more than 'a bit of what you fancy'.

Price: 180 kronor

Location: Sticky Fingers

Date: 17th March

Time: 8pm

More information: Sticky Fingers


The Antlers

Brooklyn trio play their skyscraping blend of ambient and anthemic.

Price: 90 kronor

Location: Debaser

Date: 12th March

Time: 10pm

More information: Debaser

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Scouts' Jumble Sale

Dib Dib Dib. Malmö's seven Scout troops take the weekend off tying knots and helping old ladies across the road in order to hold a huge jumble sale. Special offer on Ging Gang Goolies.

Price: 20 kronor

Location: Malmömässan

Date: 13th and 14th March

Time: 10am to 2pm

More information: Scout Loppis

The Rumble

Inkonst present Tim Green (UK) and DJ Madskillz (NL), two of the hottest names on the house circuit

Price: 120 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 13th March

Time: 11pm

More information: Inkonst

Café Montag

Open stage for creative performance. Among others, this Monday sees DJ Paul Hilario (US) and The Poet Bastards (NZ)

Price: Free

Location: Bistro Kong

Date: 15th March

Time: 7pm

More information: Café Montag

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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