18 May 2024
What’s On: 5 – 9 November
Culture What's on: Stockholm

What’s On: 5 – 9 November

Autumn has settled in and the rain comes and goes. Don’t let that slow you down – get out and experience this city for all it has to offer.


The Tenth Muse

An exciting duet created directly for two prominent dancers, Jan-Erik Wikstrom and Pontus Sundset. Two charismatic performers from two different kinds of dance, the classic and the modern. There will be an energy-charged meeting of the ordinary.

When:  Wednesday, 5th November, 12:30 pm
Where:  Dansmuseet
Cost: 150 SEK


Five ants are more than four elephants

The show is based on Sweden’s Television AB’s TV program Five ants are more than four elephants.

When: from 4th November
Where: Kulturhuset
Cost: Adult 150 sek, Child up to 12 years 95 sek


Stockholm Film Festival

The Schedule is released and tickets are on sale. The 2014 Stockholm International Film Festival takes place on 5-16 November. During 12 days, Stockholm International Film Festival takes over the cinemas of Stockholm, screening 180 films from more than 50 countries. Beyond film screenings, we arrange film quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face, Work In Progress etcetera.

When:  Wednesday 5th – Sunday 16th November
Where:  various Stockholm cinemas http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/biografer
Cost:  Regular Ticket 75 sek, Red Carpet Screening 130 sek, Daytime Ticket 50 sek (Available Monday to Friday before 16.00), Evening viewing, Skandia and Park 100 sek


Lost in Translation

An improv comedy show about finding yourself in Sweden. The show focuses on the experience of living in Sweden as a foreigner. The actors portray Swedes, foreigners and our cultural differences in an entertaining way that the audience can identify with, laugh at and hopefully learn from. The audience drives the show with their suggestions.

When: Friday 7th November
Where: Boulevardteatern Götgatan 73, 116 62 Stockholm
Cost: Adult 200 SEK


AcroYoga: Daniel Scott workshop

Another great workshop with Daniel Scott who returns to Stockholm with a bunch of new tricks and flows! There are two workshop groups: Workshop 1, GET BETTER is open to all levels of practitioners. Workshop 2, GET AWESOME is strictly for advanced practitioners.

When: Friday 7th November to Sunday 9th November
Where: AcroYoga Stockholm, Timmermansgatan 10 (bland annat), Stockholm
Cost: 950 sek to 1450 sek



Stockholm Roller Derby is Scandinavia’s first roller derby league. This Saturday watch the Stockholm Bstrds take on Munich Rolling Rebels, and the Stockholm All Stars take on London Brawl Saints.

When: Saturday 8th November
Where: Solnahallen
Cost: Adult 100 sek, Child 50 sek


WorldWide Dance for Kindness

The world’s largest flashmob! In 2012, Life Vest Inside initiated Dance For Kindness, a WorldWide event in celebration of World Kindness Day. Groups from across the globe join together to perform a Kindness Freezmob/Flashmob to the same song, same dance, all happening on the same day. Dancer Registration is Open. Register NOW and receive the dance tutorial video and a welcome email. The dance this year is super awesome and the song is an original.

When: Sunday, 9th November at 14:00 pm
Where: Sergels Torg Plattan
Cost: free to watch



Mo Bros and Mo Sistas register to grow or support during Movembers mustache for 30 days, while they collect money and spread awareness of men’s health. Find out more ways you can get involved on. If you’re part of Movember then send us your weekly photo update!

When:  started 1st November
Where:  worldwide
Cost:  FREE




Laughing Stock

The third instalment of this laugh a minute evening, with Bec Hill, Henrik Elmer and Amber Preston. Book your tickets now!



Did you know that there are 85 museums in Stockholm?  A most of their websites have an English version.

Here are a few to get you started…

1. Junibacken  /  Junibacken – Museum for Children
2. Konstakademien  /  Royal Academy of Fine Arts
3. Kungliga Myntkabinettet  /  Royal Coin Cabinet – National Museum of Economy
4. Kungliga Slottet  /  The Royal Palace with Museums and Riddarholmen Church
5. Royal Summer Palaces  /  Gustav III’s Pavilion, Rosendal Palace and Ulriksdal Palace

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.