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Satan’s Dead marking the end of an unprecedented series of performances

Satans Fotograf Anja Dahlgren 3

An era is coming to an end… The four year adventure of the Satans Demokrati (Satan’s Democracy) trilogy of unprecedented multidisciplinary art happenings are soon to cease to exist together with site that has hosted it all, the scrapped office complex in Sickla, which is soon to be demolished. Perhaps those who expected the theatrical …

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Improvised Troubadour Tales


International Theater Stockholm is bringing us Troubadour Tales – a new improvised show about dreams. It will run alongside their improv classic Lost in Translation this fall. What is Troubadour Tales? “Troubadour Tales” is a completely improvised show that explores how the pursuit of our dreams drives our lives. And all the …

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CLICK! Acclaimed photo-based improv show comes to Stockholm


International Theater Stockholm is bringing Tim Orr (from San Fransisco) and Inbal Lori (from Tel Aviv) to Stockholm to perform their improv show “CLICK”. The duo uses photographs provided by the audience to find inspiration for their characters and situations. Tim and Inbal are known as skillful improvisers and their show has been …

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IT’S an Improvible Mission – improv comedy in English

Improvible mission

The producers of Lost in Translation bring you their new explosive improv comedy show – MISSION IMPROVIBLE. It’s a completely improvised spy action thriller in English! In a world where action movies have 100 million dollar budgets and computer generated 3D special effects, five improvisers face their biggest challenge yet. …

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5 Parkteatern Picks for July and August

Astro 1.0 - Photo: Håkan Jelk

For over 70 years Parkteatern has allowed Stockholmers and its heaps of summer visitors to enjoy the fine arts in a very Swedish way: always outside and always for free – a contained manifestation of Allemansrätten. Naturally, then, YLC recommends that you take in at least one Parkteatern show before the warm blues and greens of summer …

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