Five things to do in March
You can visit an exhibition on women's path to the right to vote at the library in Osby.
The Sami are a minority group in Sweden. In the play Ædnan you can follow three generations of Sami women; in Bromölla on 20th March.
An entertaining performance – one which is also thought-provoking – is ”Jag är drottning” (I am queen), at Barbacka. Are you queen in your own life?
Fun and games: for children
What: Exhibition and workshop, inspired by the book 'Let's go to the park', illustrated by Beatrice Alemagna ,with text by Sara Stridsberg. We can see the original illustrations in real life, read and draw our own figures for the exhibition.
Where: Wanås Konst.
When: Vernissage on Saturday 5th March between 10 am and 4 pm.
Democracy: Women's right to vote
What: Women's path till they gained the right to vote in 1921 has been made into a book and an exhibition.
Where: Osby library.
When: The exhibition continues until 12th March.
Music: Popular dance band
What: Wizex from Osby, with 50 years as a dance band, with well-known singers such as Kikki Danielsson, Lena Pålsson and Charlotte Perelli, and with many Golden Records to its credit. Now with one of the country's best-known Swedish Top Ten artistes, Git Persson.
Where: Folkets Hus in Sibbhult.
When: Saturday 12th March at 5 pm.
Theatre: Major Sami work
What: The author, Linnea Axelsson, was awarded the August Prize for 'AEdnan', and last year it was turned into a play. We can follow three generations of Sami women from the earöly 1900s until our time.
Where: Humlescenen, Bromölla
When: Sunday 12th March at 7 pm.
Theatre: For Queens, big and small
What: Sweden has had 54 queens, only four of them have reigned in their own right. ”I am Queen” is a history lesson full of humour and seriousness about Queen Sigrid Storråda, Queen Margareta Valdemarsdotter, Queen Kristina and Queen Ulrika Eleonora. Are you queen in your own life? The performance is for queens from 9 years old and upwards.
When: Saturday 2nd April at 2 pm.