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Established in 1970, Huset-KBH is one of the biggest and most well-managed cultural venues of Copenhagen. The facility is divided into nine venues: Planeten, 1.Sal, Musikcaféen, Bastarden, Husets Café, Husets Biograf (Cinema), Underkanten, Overkanten and Salon K. While Salon K is best suited for banquet affairs, gala events and parties, 1.Sal is a popular concert venue where a number of jazz performers have charmed audiences. Planeten is a multi-cultural stage for theater and Underkanten usually has open mic events and poetry readings. Husets Café operates as a concert venue as well as a party venue and the Musikcafeen hosts alternative rock concerts. All the spaces are well-equipped with the best audio-video equipment for a delightful experience. Check website for upcoming events and more.
The Forum Copenhagen is located in the center of the city and hosts an eclectic mix of trade shows, sports events, Disney on Ice shows and business gatherings. Performers at this venue have included Jerry Seinfeld and Dolly Parton. With a direct metro stop, the Forum is worth visiting for an evening of entertainment.
Located on Kongens Nytorv, the Royal Danish Theater was built by architect Wilhelm Dallerup in 1874. The building is especially impressive at night when crowds flock to the theater in evening dress. Home of the Royal Theater Company, the Royal Ballet and the Opera, the theater has two stages: Gamle Scene (old stage) and Ny Scene (new stage). Gamle Scene has a magnificent auditorium. The ceiling is decorated with Constantin Hansen's Nine Muses. Sculptures of two of Denmark's most famous playwrights decorate the entrance: Ludvig Holberg (1684-1754) was sculpted by T. Stein in 1875 and Adam Oehlenschläger (1799-1850) made by H.W. Bissen in 1861. In 1929-31 the Ny Scene was built in a separate building, the controversial, art deco Strekassen. The ticket office is open from 1p to 8p, Monday to Saturday. Leftover tickets are sold at half price from 5p on the evening of the performance.
Culture Box is a hot and happening nightclub where people meet to revel in the beauty of the night and sway to good music. Sip on a drink as you groove to the rhythms of the night and meet new people, or simply lounge around at the intimate bar. Witness art, fashion and cultural events as well as film screenings on certain evenings. The club is also an ideal space for hosting business events and parties.
The Copenhagen Opera House with its neo-futuristic architecture makes for an enigmatic building along the city's sparkling harborfront. One of the most modernly-clad opera houses in the world, this stately venue packs in fourteen stories of awe-inspiring design in its gigantic space. Designed by native architect Henning Larsen, the opera house comprises of one striking feature after another. From secret subterranean floors and foyers swathed in Sicilian marble, to ceilings gilded with 24 carat gold leaves, the opera house is a fine example of modern-day opulence. The prime highlight of the opera house remains the star-studded main auditorium, which holds an audience of 1400 in its rich surrounds.