Spring Forward 2017: Contemporary dance and the anatomy of muscles

Spring Forward 2017: Contemporary dance and the anatomy of muscles »

In 2017, Aarhus tries to answer the question: What does contemporary dance look like, and what is it

Aquasonic: An eerily profound underwater performance

Aquasonic: An eerily profound underwater performance »

★★★★★☆

Aquasonic, the world’s first underwater band, performed in Aarhus recently, taking the audience on a journey into the

Art exhibition: Returning to the roots of human nature

Art exhibition: Returning to the roots of human nature »

ARoS has expanded its permanent portfolio with the new exhibition ‘Human Nature’ – a showcase of Scandinavian and international art presenting the

Tintin in the land of the Vikings

Tintin in the land of the Vikings »

The beloved Tintin and his faithful Snowy dog are right around the corner here in Aarhus. In a store that breathes

‘Living in Denmark’ book review: A window into Danish life

‘Living in Denmark’ book review: A window into Danish life »

★★★★★☆

The search for happiness is a constant in today’s culture, and one of our biggest concerns as human beings. What is the

‘Erasmus Montanus’ review: Pushing the boundaries of a classic

‘Erasmus Montanus’ review: Pushing the boundaries of a classic »

★★★★★☆

The newest adaptation of Holberg’s play directed by Rasmus Lollike, where madness meets absurdity, is one of the

Theatre review: Exploring the meaning of human existence in ‘Intet’

Theatre review: Exploring the meaning of human existence in ‘Intet’ »

by Milada Bendtsen, photos by Kåre Viemose

‘Intet’, an opera based on the book of the

Theatre review: Beautiful and challenging scenes of harshness in ‘The Evil’

Theatre review: Beautiful and challenging scenes of harshness in ‘The Evil’ »

14 Feb, 2017
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by Neus Pastor, photo by Folketeatret

“Ladies and gentlemen, this story begins one night in September. I just turned 13. I was

Theatre review: Rethinking human existence in ‘The 4th Morning’

Theatre review: Rethinking human existence in ‘The 4th Morning’ »

by Gwendolin Güntzel, photos by BORA BORA

‘The 4th Morning’ (Den 4 Morgen) is an art piece which surprises through unusual audiovisual

Theatre Review: ‘Shakin’ up Sherwood’ @ Tivoli Friheden

Theatre Review: ‘Shakin’ up Sherwood’ @ Tivoli Friheden »

19 Jan, 2017
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by Ella Navarro, photos by Thomas Petri

Last night while I made my way through Tivoli, the amusement park gave me the