Bars are stocked with casks of Christmas beer, advent calendars are piled in the supermarkets, and Christmas markets are popping up overnight – all signs that the festive season is fast approaching. But for many, Christmas is only properly on the horizon once Royal Copenhagen has unveiled its six Christmas tables
James Clasper digs in to Amager, and finds that Copenhagen's much maligned island is undergoing a gastronomic awakening
SPONSORED: Traditional handmade pie to round off your Thanksgiving meal!
Curators at Kunsthal Charlottenborg want to 'reactivate' art and text that Yoko Ono has produced during her career, but which was never necessarily intended for gallery walls. It will spill out of the frame and into the foyer, cover the façade, and escape into the streets and onto buses, billboards, newspapers and posters – all in search of an audience
Events to mark 150 years of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Japan have been held all year long – and there's still a lot to see and do
Michael Kvium's work walks a delicate tightrope between baroque beauty and the grotesque. He invites us to join the circus at his latest exhibition, 'Circus Europa', this month at Arken
Artist Eske Kath and singer Oh Land have created a container ship inside a church that asks questions about humanity's relationship with nature, what the future holds, and whether we can ever really change course
KOST and biodynamic farm Birkemosegaard are hosting a joint dinner during the Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival. The guests will eat a menu created with the day's produce that will only be chosen in the hours before they arrive. We caught up with Martin Mo Kvedéris from Birkemosegaard, who attempts to demystify the biodynamic philosophy and why it's gaining traction
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.
This August the Copenhagen Opera Festival returns for its ninth year, and its first with internationally-acclaimed tenor Peter Lodahl at the helm. It is a festival determined to uncouple the genre from the formal etiquette of the opera house, moving it into the streets (and even canals) of Copenhagen, where it hopes passionate expression and sheer vocal skill will find a new audience