(Svenska) Evenemangskalender 2017

Sunday, April 30

The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, comes to Cirkus at 3pm.
The time detectives at the Nordic Museum – when the door is locked, the lights are off and the staff have gone home. Everything is brought to life at the museum. Each Super Sunday, you can get your own map over the museum and follow the trail of clues that takes you around in the exhibitions, either with an adult or with your detective buddies, between 10am-5pm.
Go on a dramatized family tour “Emergency” at the Police Museum, starting at 3pm.
Family Sunday: “Today’s First Spark”, follow on a magical journey through the exhibition Joan Miró – The Poetry of Everyday Life, where the movements of the things are sparkling and the sky is yellow. In the studio you can create your own dream image, starting at 13:00 and recommended for children over 5 years, at Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde.
Walpurgis Night will be celebrated at Skansen! There will be a program in two parts at Sollidenscenen on Skansen in the afternoon, with speeches to the spring, songs and music. At 21.00, the Walpurgis Night bonfire will be lit, the evening will be rounded off with a moodful concert, Skansen will be open until 22.00.

Tuesday, May 2

Miriam Bryant comes to Cirkus stage at 19.30.

Riesling wines at the Spirits Museum, Amalia Gonzalez Stöckel show wines from four different countries, starts at 18.00 at the Spirit museum.

Wednesday, May 3

The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.
Mystery and Mysteries in the Popular Culture – A mysterious evening of conversation, views, mystery quiz, mingle, which also gives you the opportunity to taste cherry pie in Matmekka restaurant, between 17.00-21.00 at the Museum of Ethnography.
Penelope and the Nordic Museum – An evening with lectures, guided tours and reading, together with the association of the Swedish Athen Institute, starts at 17.00 at the Nordic Museum, free entrance.
Lunch lecture: “About Steamboat Transport in Stockholm” at the Maritime Museum, starts at 11.30.

Thursday, May 4

The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.
Baby-chill at the Museum of Ethnography. If you are on parental leave and longing for intellectual stimulation? Put your baby in the carrier, and come along on a short guided tour of an exciting object with one of the museum educators. Then shake it with your baby to the rhythms of a tactile environment where your baby explore and discover together with you under the guidance of the great musicians Diva Cruz and Kimberly Lorne McDougall Gustavsson, starts at 11.00-12.30.
The Cardigans comes to Gröna Lunds big stage at 8pm.

Friday, May 5

Pop House Live at ABBA the Museum, every week presents a new artist with a focus on Swedish-produced music, starts at 6pm (Free entry).
The Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s original musical in Swedish, the title role Phantom is played by Peter Jöback, starts 7.30pm at Cirkus stage.
The show “Hey! Pop music, kicks on clothes “- a monologue with Magnus Uggla comes to the Skandia stage at Circus at 8pm.
Hov1 comes to Gröna Lunds big stage at 8pm.