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I RUN - New Danish Play 13 - 17 March 2019

Cut the Cord presents I RUN, a new Danish play by Line Mørkeby shining a light on how we talk about death.

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Organ Recital at St Paul's Cathedral with Bine Bryndorf - 2 May 2019

Danish musician Bine Bryndorf will play a concert at St Paul's Cathedral as a part of this year's Celebrity Organ Recitals at the Cathedral.

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Nordic Film Nights

The first Monday of every month, Deptford Cinema hosts Nordic Film Nights where you can see some of the best Nordic film productions such as The Hunt (Jagten), Mandariinid/Tangerines and A Man Called Ove.

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John Kørner - Life in a Box

Victoria Miro presents Life in a Box, an exhibition by the Copenhagen-based artist John Kørner, featuring new and recent paintings and sculptural elements including a climbing frame that also functions as a bar.

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CoScan International Award 2020

CoScan is asking for nominations for the CoScan International Award 2020; voting will take place at CoScan's AGM in April 2019. Please send your nominations by end of March.

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CoScan Travel Award

The CoScan Travel Award is open to anyone between the ages of 15 and 25, planning to undertake a worthwhile project of a broadly educational nature. Closing date for applications is 31st March 2019.

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Book Release - The Chestnut Man by Søren Svejstrup

Søren Sveistrup, the award-winning creator of the TV drama The Killing, has a nail-biting debut thriller on the way! The Chestnut Man captures all the unrelenting tension, style and atmosphere that made The Killing unmissable viewing.

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Exhibition of Asger Jorn, Per Kirkeby & Tal R

From 23 January this exhibition will be celebrating three generations of internationally acclaimed Danish artists: Asger Jorn (1914–1973); Per Kirkeby (1938–2018); and Tal R (born 1967).

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Laurits Tuxen Paintings at The Queen's Gallery

In the royal collection, there are many paintings by the Danish artist Laurits Tuxen (1853-1927) who was often commissioned to paint for the British royal family. Several of his paintings are featured in a new exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery.

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Nordic Craft & Design at Manchester Art Gallery until 7 July 2019

Manchester Art Gallery has opened a new, year-long display of important and influential 20th and 21st century craft and design from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

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