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What's On in Sweden: May 28th - June 3rd

The Local · 27 May 2010, 10:38

Published: 27 May 2010 10:38 GMT+02:00

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A Wake In The West

The Spuds and Sill Amateur Drama Society presents the Irish comedy 'A Wake In The West'. In association with the Swedish Irish Society and the Irish Embassy.

Price: 100/110 kronor

Location: Folkkulturcentrum

Date: 28th and 29th May

Time: Doors 7pm

More information: Swedish Irish Society

Woven Hand

Folk hymns and Indierockcountry, fronted by enigmatic frontman David Eugene Edwards

Price: 235 kronor

Location: Berns

Date: 28th May

Time: 8pm

More information: Berns

Asian, Cute and Innocent?

Club night run by Chaos Models challenges Oriental stereotypes.

Price: 60 kronor

Location: H62 Mariatorget

Date: 28th May

Time: 10pm

More information: Club CXL

Choc Quib Town

Nominated for the 2009 Latin Grammies Choc Quib Town are Colombia's hottest hip hop act.

Price: 150 kronor

Location: Kägelbanan

Date: 29th May

Time: 8pm

More information: Södrateatern

Up In The Air

American artist Tom Freidman's solo exhibition at Magasin 3

Location: Magasin 3

Date: until June 6th

More information: Magasin 3


Karneval 2010

Hammarkullekarnevalen fills the streets with music, dance and life from the world over

Location: Hammarkulle

Date: 28th - 30th May

More information: Karneval

Kids' Flying Weekend

Gothenburg's Aeroseum pulls the chocks away for flying kids

Price: 100 kronor / 50 kronor. Family price 250 kronor

Location: Aeroseum

Date: 29th and 30th May

More information: Aeroseum

Monster Jam

Not jam made from monsters, but big trucks driven by big men.

Price: 95-375 kronor

Location: Ullevi

Date: 29th May

Time: 2pm

More information: Monster Jam


Klubb Living

Finest in Dancehall, Reggae, UK Funky, Hip Hop and Afrobass

Price: 100 kronor

Location: Babel

Date: 28th May

Time: 11pm

More information: Babel

Ward 21

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Gully Creepin continues to stage the hottest Jamaican acts. This week Ward 21 from Kingston.

Price: 120 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 29th May

Time: 11pm

More information: Inkonst

Lou Clayton

A piano jazz brunch with Lou Clayton

Location: Southern Kitchen Café

Date: 30th May

Time: 11.30am

More information: Southern Kitchen Café

Chris Isaak

Treacle voiced singer of 'Wicked Game' plays Kulturbolaget

Price: 475 kronor

Location: Kulturbolaget

Date: 3rd June

Time: 8pm

More information: Kulturbolaget

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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13:59 May 27, 2010 by Prairie Kid
Gee, a lot of non-Swedish stuff. Shouldn't the church of Sweden be upset over this??
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