The Copenhagen Cooking and Food Festival is one of the highlights of the foodie calendar — and this year's extravaganza is no different. Once again the programme is packed with exciting events and experiences, from cooking demonstrations and workshops to pop-up meals and exclusive dinners
The unofficial World Hotdog Championship pits eight top chefs against each other to demonstrate the gastronomic potential of the humble hotdog
For many years, the only nights out catering for those who struggle with Danish – which let’s be honest, is most of humanity – were infrequent stand up nights. Until now. And it’s all thanks to the power of improv.
Artistic director of Dansehallerne Efva Lilja argues that contemporary dance remains underfunded, despite its vast potential as an artistic platform
Hamlet is one of the world's best-known plays. This summer at Kronborg Castle, director Lars Romann Engel is staging an original and cutting-edge performance that he hopes will bring the 400-year-old play into the modern world
Aaron Dessner from The National has teamed up with chef Claus Meyer and brewer Mikkel Borg Bjergsø to create a festival, Haven, that celebrates good music, food and beer. Ahead of its launch this August, Dessner sat down to talk about the origins of the festival, why The National has a political position, and the things that Denmark is doing right – but why Danes shouldn't be complacent
Copenhagen finally has a decent restaurant that cooks unfashionable dishes such as frikadeller and schnitzel – Barr offers a modern, elegant take on northern European comfort food
The 'grandmother of performance art', Marina Abramović, is taking up residency in Copenhagen this summer with a major retrospective at Louisiana and a new installation at the Royal Library. We met the curators of both exhibitions to learn more about the way Abramović's work unsettles our typical understanding of art and literature, and how static viewers become active participants
A 25-year-old producer has been tasked with creating the score for a 400-year-old play. But despite his young age, Mike Sheridan has already arrived at a stage in his career where he feels ready to take on the challenge of creating the soundscape for one of Denmark's most important theatrical events – Hamlet at Kronborg
Copenhagen's restaurants are overrated, and New Nordic has become a monoculture, says Michelin-starred chef Paul Cunningham
We hit the streets during the Distortion street parties in Copenhagen. This is what we saw.
Over three pieces of smørrebrød in the Hvide Lam, James Clasper talks to American writer Thomas E. Kennedy about being introduced to jazz by his Trump-supporting brother, how his children might not like his new book, and moving to Denmark in the 1970s – and never leaving