166. The Workers Museum

 

Peace, love & Danish schlager
Get your groove on in the trippy Assembly Hall, when we celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the youth rebellion and Danish schlager music. Sing along with the earliest hits. Dance to Stig Møller Trio, like when the Danish 60s band Steppeulvene and flower power set the tone. Both children and adults are invited to step back in time with a fashion show, Sonja fra Saxogade, a soup kitchen and a psychedelic light show on the facade of the Assembly Hall Building.

Time: 6:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Arbejdermuseet
Rømersgade 22
1362 København K
http://www.arbejdermuseet.dk/

Categories and District
Buy a meal
Children 6-12 years
Concert
Exhibition
Explore on your own
Lecture
Lighting
Try something new
Wheelchair and pram access
City centre
 

Associated events


 
Time
18:00 - 23:00

Stitch your statement!

Go visit the new exhibition Claver Hands and its' crafts' workshop. This night the traditional art of embroydery meets the new day of 68, when you are encouraged to embroyed your statements.
 
Time
18:00 - 23:00

Protestsongs in the courtyard

With humor and intimacy Lars Grand will play the known protest songs in the shades of the colored lamps. Enjoy the music and some goulash soup in the courtyard.
 
Time
18:00 - 00:00

Psychedelic light show

Rømersgade has never looked more groovy than this night, when the light collective Obscura revives the psychedelic lights of the 1960's on the facade of Workers Association and Assembly Building.
 
Time
18:00 - 22:00

Classic Danish Open Sandwiches in Café- og Ølhalle

Taste yourself through Ølhalles classic Danish Open Sandwiches - when we serve the popular rye bread in small delicious dishes. You can book from 5 o'clock p.m. for one hour at a time.
 
Time
18:30 - 19:00

Sing-a-long with Danish schlager hits

Sing-a-long and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Danish "Dansktoppen" hit list lead by researcher at the Royal Danish Library Henrik Smith-Sivertsen and pianist Anne-Mette Kozeluh.
 
Time
19:15 - 19:30

"Dansktoppen" and '68

From the mid-1960s, the Danish popular pop flourished from the radio program Dansktoppen, which was broadcast for the first time on September 1st 1968. Dansktoppen was different from other charts because the list was created from listener voting. Learn more from popular music researcher Henrik Smith-Sivertsen from The Royal Danish Library .
 
Time
19:30 - 20:00

Fashion show '68-style

Legendary Frederikke Heick has prepared the models for a showcase of the fashion of the late sixties.
 
Time
20:15 - 20:30

1968 - A Rebellion without Workers?

Learn more about the worker's position in the sixties and how they were scared away from the youth revolt and the new Marxist direction when head of collections Margit Bech Vilstrup enlightens us in the study hall.
 
Time
20:30 - 21:00

Sing-a-long with Danish schlager hits

Sing-a-long and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Danish "Dansktoppen" hit list lead by researcher at the Royal Danish Library Henrik Smith-Sivertsen and pianist Anne-Mette Kozeluh.
 
Time
21:30 - 22:00

Concert with Stig Møller Trio

Travel back to '68 with Steppeulvene. Get the groove and dance the night away in the worker's atmospheric Assembly Hall.
 
Time
22:15 - 22:45

Fashion show '68-style

Legendary Frederikke Heick has prepared the models for a showcase of the fashion of the late sixties.
 
Time
23:15 - 23:45

Concert with Stig Møller Trio

Travel back to '68 with Steppeulvene. Get the groove and dance the night away in the worker's atmospheric Assembly Hall.