25 Feb 2024
What’s On: 26 – 30 November
Culture What's on: Stockholm

What’s On: 26 – 30 November

The city Christmas lights are finally on and the countdown begins! Spend an evening wandering the streets taking in the sparkling Christmas lights or browsing one of the many Julmarkets now appearing around town. Embrace the Christmas spirit… even if it is only November. Or if you’re feeling a bit humbug, then check out our fun alternative suggestions below.

 

Dave Brown exhibition at Berns

Dave Brown (aka Bollo the Gorilla from hit show The Mighty Boosh) is now exhibiting at Berns Asian and Berns Hotel his photographs of the real gorilla Mjukuu at Chessington Zoo, south of London. Starting October 23 together with Tough Crowd, a series of portraits of famous comedians. Meanwhile shown Browns articles Africa and Behind the Boosh with pictures from projects in Ghana and from the filming of the hit series.

When: Berns Asian October 23 to November 25, Berns Hotel October 23 to January 8
Where:  Berns
Cost:  FREE

 

Single release with Billy Momo

Tonight we celebrate the release of the new single “I’ve Got You! ‘. Billy Momo was founded in 2007 by the two gentlemen and since then has grown into a 7-piece band. A mixture of delta blues and southern hip hop.

When: Wednesday 26 November, 19:00
Where: Strand, Bar Brooklyn
Cost:  FREE

 

Sober

Each month throughout the fall, Mårten Andersson to make the club Sober along with Southern Theater. Sober is crafted entirely from a sober perspective and you will be able to drink sweet good-alcoholic cocktails, non-alcoholic beers and other exciting things.

When: Wednesday 26 November, 20:00
Where: Sodrateatern
Cost:  135 SEK

 

Sweden International Horse Show

The competitions, shows and exhibition will be held under the same roof in this unique setting for all horse lovers.

When: 27 – 30 November
Where: Friends Arena
Cost: prices vary day to day. Tickets here.

 

Herb Ritts – In Full Light

A flat tyre in the desert kick-started Herb Ritts’ career as one of the world’s most sought-after fashion photographers. With his graphic and powerful imagery he also developed into a popular portraitist who got artists and models to open up and reveal their true selves. “In Full Light” is a retrospective exhibition of Ritts’ famous, iconic images, and pictures that have never before been shown.

When:  from 21 November, 2014 — 15 february, 2015
Where: Fotografiska
Cost:  normal entry fee

 

Stockholm Blues dancing

A brief introduction to blues dance; feeling, posture, basic steps, and finally some luck you can shine on the dance floor. We apply the partner rotation and gender-neutral teaching, i.e. you do not need to bring a partner, and you choose whether you want to lead or follow.

When: Friday 28 November, 20:00 pm
Where: Swedish Swing Society, Igeldammsgatan 22C, 11249 Stockholm, Sweden
Cost: 60 SEK

 

Be Bop A Luba Class Christmas

The show mixes Christmas songs with rock songs from the Roaring 50’s until the 2000’s. You will be treated to a different Christmas dinner, where we replace the traditional Swedish Christmas table against an American and all the delights that means.

When:  Friday 28 and Saturday 29 November
Where: Annexet
Cost:  530 – 1495 SEK

 

Crucified Barbara

Now touring with their fourth album “In the Red”, offers heavy, uncompromising hard rock spiced with delicate melodies. Since the debut album in 2005 Crucified Barbara earned its reputation as a hell of a live band through diligent hard-on from the biggest festival stages to the dirtiest rock clubs, both on its own and as a support to the likes of In Flames, Sepultura, Motörhead and Backyard Babies.

When: Friday 28 November
Where: Södra Teatern
Cost: 120 SEK

 

Champagne Cocktails & DJ

Wind down after work at this small seductive bar in Slussen. After work champagne cocktails and live DJ, embrace your sins at Melt Bar.

When:  Friday 28 November
Where:  MELT
Cost:  FREE entry

 

Dr Cabbie movie screening with live performances

The screening of of Dr.Cabbie, a Canadian movie with Indian Theme along with Live Performances which will dazzle your mind on 29th November at SF Biografen Park Stureplan.

When:  Saturday 29 November, 5:00pm
Where: SF Biografen Park
Cost: 150 – 175 SEK  (Tickets here)

 

Stop. Play. Rewind.

Frederick Benke Rydan is back with a new dance performance at Dance House after the great success of “Swan Lake”. The “Stop. Play. Rewind. – The Monopoly Game” creates one of the nation’s most acclaimed choreographers a visually effective show with a mix of street dance and modern dance with specially written music by the likes of Johan Liljedahl, Kleerup, Mando Diao and Vendela Palmgren.

When: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th November
Where: House of Dance (Main Stage)
Cost: 405 – 485 SEK

 

SciFi World

This year the fair in Stockholm bigger and better than ever! More guests, more activities, many new exhibitors and surprises are waiting!

When: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th November
Where: Stockholmsmässan
Cost: Adult 120 SEK per day. Child (3 – 7 yrs) 80 SEK per day

 

Wax & Gold – GNUCCI (LIVE)

Wax & Gold continues to deliver and this time it’s none other than Gnucci that will be on stage! Ana Rab, better known by his stage name Gnucci, is an exuberant singer / rapper. You can call it rap, some call it tropical bass. It is undeniable dance music, but it’s also pop for a new decade, rich in many textures and sounds. Most simply put, using Gnucci her interest in a wide range of styles and musical areas to make bombastic basorienterade songs.

When: Saturday 29 November
Where: Debaser Strand, Stora Scenen
Cost:  150 SEK

 

Style it Forward

Shop exclusive fashion at unbeatable prices while simultaneously contributing to a better world! The Hunger Project works to support aspiring entrepreneurs to realise their dreams, thus taking themselves out of hunger and poverty.

When: Sunday 30 November, 12-16:00
Where:  Berns
Cost:  FREE

 

MOVEMBER

It’s coming to an end. Well done to all those men out there who have successfully created a hairy face over the last month, and for raising money for men’s health.

 

MUSEUMS

Did you know that there are 85 museums in Stockholm?  And most of their websites have an English version.  Here are another 5 to continue your inspiration…

1. Moderna Museet  /  Modern Museum
2. Musik och TeaterMuseet  /  Stockholm Music and Theatre Museum
3. Mångkulturellt Centrum  /  Multicultural Centre
4. NationalMuseum  /  National Museum
5. Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet  /  Swedish Museum of Natural History with Cosmonova

 

Have a super weekend!

If you have any suggestions of upcoming events, exhibitions, workshops or festival please contact us.
If you would like to write for YLC Stockholm please get in touch.

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