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Frisk Asker is probably one of the oldest ice hockey clubs in Norway and has sections for football as well as for ice hockey. The club is more known for its much loved ice hockey team, the 'Frisk Tigers' and the frenzy is palpable whenever there is a match scheduled.
Føyka Stadion is the official address of the Asker Football team and is also known as the Asker Stadion. Located in the heart of Asker, this stadium is mostly used for track and field meets and even association football matches. The turf is grass pitch and the grandstands hold a capacity of upto 2,000.
Helmed by the municipality of Bærum, Bærum Kulturhus is the cultural hub of the neighborhood and is a theater and concert arena as well. It has staged local, national and international artists and the venue is utilized for children's show, dancing, exhibitions and other cultural activities too.
In the quaint village of Fjellstrand, Fjellstrand Grendehus is the cultural hub for most of the inhabitants in this little village. From formal affairs to casual events, everything is met with fervor and dedication. It is also the meeting place for many to catch up on daily events and gossip. If you want to know the pulse of this village, the grendehus perhaps would be a nice option.
Homeground of the Stabæk football team, Nadderud Stadium is located in Bekkestua, a few miles away from Oslo. This stadium which is ranked twelfth amongst league stadiums has played host to European cup matches and NPL matches. The country's biggest track and field meet- Tyrvinglekene is annually hosted here. The pitch is mostly grass turf and the grandstand holds a capacity of upto 7,000 spectators.
Located in the plush neighborhood of Bærum, Telenor Arena was formerly known as Fornebu arena, or Blue Dream Arena, until the telecommunication Telenor bought the naming rights. The arena presently acts as the home of Norway's popular club, Stabk. This stadium has a roof, making it an all-weather venue! In addition to the main playing field, there are also a number of restaurants and retails spaces. Concerts and festivals are held here on non-match days when the capacity can expand to accommodate to 23,000 spectators.
Formerly owned by Reistad IL, one of Norway's handball clubs, St. Hallvardhallen is now owned by the Lier municipality. This sports hall in the Lier Stadion opened in 1984 and has three handball courts, two tennis courts, a basketball court, many badminton courts along with players dressing rooms, referee changing rooms, cafe and a kiosk. Besides that, it also has a dance hall and on the second floor there is a shooting range as well. The hall is used majorly by school kids and youth who are into sports.
For a long time, Gimle has been recognized as a high-quality cinema that shows artistic, well-made films and offers a high level of comfort. It is also the only cinema in Oslo that serves wine on weekends. A visit to Gimle will guarantee you a relaxing and comfortable movie-going experience.
Be prepared to be enthralled by all the razzle-dazzle and hi-tech acoustics at Hovedscenen at Latter. This multi-level amphitheater packs a capacity of 453 with advanced acoustics and lighting. Not just that, the venue comes with its own private bar where you can grab a pre- or post-show cocktail. Available for hire for concerts, presentations and other events; technicians included.
Latter is a premier venue in Oslo that can be rented out for parties, anniversaries, seminars, training, product presentations and more. Celebrities are frequently spotted at the wild film premier parties that see the cities creme-de-la-creme hobnobbing with each other at the classy bar. A set of in-house staff take care of every detail like catering, security, sound and the successful execution of the event. Cultural events and comedy shows are a major attraction too, so make sure to check website for further details.
Nobel Peace Center is located in the heart of Oslo. The center is dedicated to Nobel Peace Prize winners and also sheds light on the history of other Nobel Prizes. The center is high-tech and comprises an electronic wall newspaper containing information on the Peace Prize winners. There is a virtual book that tells the story of Alfred Nobel as well. In addition, the exhibits focuses on the inherent issues of peace and war.
A very different kind of theatre from the regular kind filled with candy stalls and popcorn, the Kino Victoria offers movie goers a unique experience. The elegant theatre offers not just four modern halls showing the latest films, but also an elegant dining experience. Geared toward an older audience, kids aren't allowed in. It's the perfect place for a movie and a date. You can carry your glass of sparking wine in with you, and enjoy a relaxed meal after the feature without having to leave the hall. To find out the latest screenings, as well as reservations; give them a call.