Concerts and shows on Djurgården

September 15: Premiere for the show “Ledin – Sharp Mode” Tomas Ledin is one of Sweden’s most beloved artists, and now he once again takes the stage with a new show. The performance will be played on Circus stage on Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays at 9pm and also on Saturdays at 3pm, the show will be played on Cirkus stage until December 16.
– September 21: PREMIERE for “Jason Timbuktu Diakité – A Drop of Midnight” – A show about Life, Music, History, and Not to Be half but rather double.
Thursdays/Fridays at 7.30pm & Saturdays at 4pm and 7.30pm.

For More information about performances on Circus and Skandia stage click here

FALL AT DJURGÅRDEN´S MUSEUMS

GUIDED TOURS THIS FALL AT DJURGÅRDEN´S MUSEUMS
– Evening- and afternoon tours at the MUSEUM OF ETHNOGRAPHY – Follow the museum’s knowledgeable educators on interesting views every Wednesday evening at 5.30pm and every Thursday afternoon at 3pm with different thematic tracks in the exhibitions.
– Go on special guided tours at the MUSEUM OF ETHNOGRAPHY this fall that ends with a conversation and a snack in the restaurant Matmekka. On Wednesday October 11 and November 15 at 3pm (cost: 100 SEK)

KIDS AND FAMILY ACTIVITIES ON DJURGÅRDEN
– Family Sundays with Caribbean Theme at the MUSEUM OF ETHNOGRAPHY – About Creole Culture in the Caribbean and North America, September 10 – October 22 at 12.30pm
– Go on a guided tour for children “Talk about the Police” at the POLICE MUSEUM, Saturdays & Sundays at 12noon
– Go on a tour for the whole Family “Thief & Police” at the the POLICE MUSEUM on Saturdays & Sundays at 3pm
– Go on a Family guided tour – of the exhibition “The Residents” at the MARITIME MUSEUM. An historic trip to China and back. Saturdays & Sundays at 11am

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS AT DJURGÅRDEN THIS FALL
– “André Lhote and Swedish cubism” opens at PRINCE EUGEN´S WALDEMARSUDDE – September 16-January 21, 2018
This exhibition is the first to focus on the extensive but unknown teacher-student relationships that began in the early 1910s between Lhote and his first Swedish students, Georg Pauli and Prince Eugen.
– “The Åke Andrén Foundation Art Grant” opens at PRINCE EUGEN´S WALDEMARSUDDE – September 27 – October 29, 2017
The Åke Andrén Foundation Art Grant was established in 2011 to award a grant of SEK 500,000 to a promising young artist. The award includes the opportunity to show a few works at Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde.
– “Under the surface – Bertil Vallien at the Museum of Spirits” opens at October 13 at the MUSEUM OF SPIRITS
– The exhibition “Helga Henschen” opens at the THIELS GALLERY – October 14–21 January, 2018
A retrospective exhibition will be devoted to the Swedish artist Helga Henschen (1917–2002) in connection with her 100 year anniversary. The exhibition will include paintings, sculptures, posters, illustrations and caricatures from the 1940s through the 1990s.