Published 26 June 2015, The Copenhagen Post
Everything you need to know about not missing out on the pre-music festivities
Published April 17 2015, The Copenhagen Post
Magical realism streams through Peter Doig’s works, allowing the other-worldly to crack through the paint’s surface as they capture timeless moments of mysterious and sometimes even haunting tranquility.
Published March 21 2015, The Copenhagen Post
It was one of the mildest evenings of the year so far, full of whispers promising the coming of spring, as my friend and I parked our bikes in front of Karma Sushi’s inviting high-end facade.
Published February 27 2015, The Copenhagen Post
A millennium on from the Viking raids, an increasing number of UK women are again having babies sired by Scandinavians – this time by hoice via the sperm bank.
Published January 15 2015, The Copenhagen Post
Get your snowboots on, google map the land of snowflakes, and join Greta and her friends on an adventure through snowy realms on a search for her brother Kai
Published December 14 2014, The Copenhagen Post
August Bournonville’s ballet ‘A Folk Tale’ is currently enchanting audiences at Det Kongelige Teater with its 160-year-old tale of changelings, bare-chested wood nymphs, grotesque trolls, and other magical and human creatures.
Lost bottles in Denmark. How a group of students are trying to change the fate of Danish bottles.