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Ten things to do in Kristianstad

Autumn is here, now we go to watch ice-hockey, go to the theatre, listen to music and celebrate that Kulturhuset Barbacka is thirty years old. But football is still alive and kicking. In the struggle for a top place in the Women’s League KDFF play at home to FC Rosengård on 26th October.
Kristianstad • Publicerad 8 oktober 2019 • Uppdaterad 14 oktober 2019
The Milky Way lights up the sky just after 3 a.m. on Thursday, July 18, 2013 over Lake McDondald in Glacier National Park, Mont. (AP/Daily Inter Lake, Brenda Ahearn)
The Milky Way lights up the sky just after 3 a.m. on Thursday, July 18, 2013 over Lake McDondald in Glacier National Park, Mont. (AP/Daily Inter Lake, Brenda Ahearn)Foto: Brenda Ahearn

Barbacka starts its anniversary celebrations on the same day with cakes and theatre.

And something exciting, ”Peter Pan” will be performed at Kristianstad Theatre on 31st October by the Theatre without Words.

Another exciting thing to do is to see Stjärnförsöket – about how light from our towns interferes with the light from the stars in the sky. At Naturum on 9th November.

Guys and Dolls, Kristianstad Theatre, until 17th November.
Guys and Dolls, Kristianstad Theatre, until 17th November.Foto: Tommy Svensson

Musical: Guys and Dolls

What: A Broadway musical all about deceit and true love. Underhållnngspatrullen presents one of the most frequently played musicals, about the young Salvation Army member Sarah and the ladies’ man Sky.

Where: Kristianstad Theatre.

When: Saturday, 5th October, at 3 and 7 pm.

Kristianstads IK.
Kristianstads IK.

Ice-hockey: KIK versus Björklöven

What: Home team KIK, playing in their first season in Allsvenskan (Swedish top division) meet Björklöven from Umeå.

Where: Kristianstad Ice Rink.

When: Sunday, 6th October at 3 pm.

Anders Liljekvist.
Anders Liljekvist.Foto: Bosse Nilsson

Music: Concert

What: A tribute to Ted Gärdestad. A concert favourite, a repeat from the spring of 2017. The orchestra is led by Anders Liljequist, with Jonas de la Motte among others.

Where: Kulturkvarteret.

When: Saturday, 12th October at 3 and 7 pm.

Foto: Lasse Ottosson

For the family: Skulls and bones

What: Do birds have teeth? What do an owl’s claws look like? We take a look at skeletons and uncover secrets among bones, horns and skulls. You can bring along your own skeleton finds from nature.

Where: Naturum Vattenriket.

When: Saturday 19th October from 12 noon till 3 pm.

Lecture: A sick story

What: A medical history of diseases, with Henrik Widegren from the popular TV programme ”Fråga Lund”.

Where: Kristianstad Högskola.

When: Thursday, 24th October at 7 pm.

KDFF versus FCR.
KDFF versus FCR.Foto: Johan Nilsson/TT

Football: KDFF

What: KDFF women’s team meet FC Rosengård in a match in Allsvenskan.

Where: Kristianstad football arena.When: Saturday, 26th October at 3:30 pm.

Svante Thuresson.
Svante Thuresson.Foto: ANDERS WIKLUND / TT

Music: Concert

What: Svante meets Beppe. Svante Thuresson, one of our best-known artistes, talks and sings with humour and warmth about Beppe Wolgers. With Claes Crona Trio.

Where: Kristianstad Theatre.

When: Tuesday, 19th October at 7 pm.

Beppe Wolgers (1928-1986).
Beppe Wolgers (1928-1986).Foto: Gunnar Lundmark
Foto: Lasse Ottosson

Culture: Barbacka celebrates its first 30 years

What: The anniversary week starts with fanfares, a 30-metre-long gateau and two performances of ”Piglet finds a Chair”. Activities all week.

Where: Kulturhuset Barbacka.

When: Saturday, 26th October.

Foto: Lasse Ottosson

Theatre for all the family: Peter Pan

What: A fascinating adventure for all the family. Peter Pan is the boy who refuses to grow up. Follow Captain Hook, Tiger Lily and the Crocodile on their exciting adventures. The performance is by Tyst Teater - the Silent Theatre – and is given without using any words. Everyone over the age of eight, with or without hearing problems, can enjoy the performance.

Where: Kristianstad Theatre.

When: Thursday, 31st October at 6 pm.

Foto: Petros Giannakouris

For the family: The Stellar Experiment

What: Scientists get help from children and adults to find out how much the light from our towns contaminates the night sky. Researcher Urban Eriksson tells and shows how to build your own tube for the Stellar Experiment. The project goes on throughout 2019. Urban Eriksson is a scientist at Högskolan Kristianstad. In the afternoon he will give a talk on ”What the Stellar Experiment Shows”.

Where: Naturum Vattenriket.

When: Saturday, 9th November, 11-12 am. Talk: 2–3 pm.

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