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Bowl the perfect game here at Imperial Lanes, located in the historic city of Stockholm. Perfect for children's birthday parties, boys night out, or just a quick bite to eat, this entertainment complex is more than just a bowling alley. The onsite restaurant offers a fresh daily salad bar, and the sports bar features half a dozen giant flat screens and a good variety of beer on draft.
This 18th Century theater is famous for its period opera performances in summer. The theater's authentic decor has made it a national treasure, and a prominent feature of UNESCO's world heritage list. The adjoining museum has a huge collection of Swedish theater history, which contains records of the 17th Century costumes, set designs and scenery.
Wallmans Nöjen's concept is simple and successful-The audience should be plied with good food and given good entertainment simultaneously! The waiters double up as artistes, and are actually in charge of the show. First they take your order, then they take to the stage to sing popular songs to the best of their ability, and then they serve your food. Diners often become directly involved in the show, since the waiters do not limit their performances to the stage area. The timings and the prices vary depending on the show.
Sweden's best performing arts school across disciplines has gained a reputation across Scandinavia for excellence. Instruction is held in Swedish but certain workshops are conducted in English. International students are very welcome. With programs in opera, theater, music, dance, film and more, students are regularly showcasing their talents and abilities at Kulturama's many performance spaces.
In the early 1980s, the Orionteatern theater took over an old workshop. The aim was to preserve as much as possible of the industrial ambiance. The workshop interior dated back to 1929, while opening the space up for theatrical performances. The result is a unique and exquisite theater space that suits the experimental repertoire of dance and circus perfectly. Linus Tunström frequently directs here.
The Arenan, which is part of Fryshuset Stockholm, is one of the most popular cultural venues in the capital city of Sweden. At this venue, concerts and other business events are held on a monthly basis. The Arenan has the capacity to hold around three thousand spectators, depending on the event. Usually there are large scale events that are held here but on some occasions private events take place too. To know more about the Arenan, do visit their website.
Soccer fans visiting Stockholm surely have quite a few options to catch some live sporting action. In the neighborhood of Sodermalm, to the south of the city's center, there is the Kanalplan stadium. This stadium is the home ground of the local team Hammarby IF DFF. This is where this team plays several of their prominent matches when they are playing in the locality, plus they practice here too. So if you are a soccer fan and want to watch a live match, then do head here.
Cirkus Arena was built on May 25, 1892. It is not only used as a place for circus, but also as a multi-purpose venue for shows, musicals, exhibitions and conferences. Cirkus Arena is owned by EMA Telstar, the record company and concert organizer. Check out the guided tours and do not forget to visit the restaurant. Visit website for more information.
Intercult's objective is to bridge ethnic, geographical and mental barriers through theater. This independent theater company was founded in Stockholm in 1991 and in 1995, the group was re-established with Chris Torch, formerly of Riksteatern, as artistic director and with 8 other group members. The Intercult's stage the Annex, is the hub of intercultural activities. In addition to theater, they also hold seminars, lectures and talks in accordance with their theme.
With its initial location along the East Long Street, the Turteatern later shifted to the suburbs. The theater was set up to promote cross experimental theater and to reach the masses. The first two plays to run here were The Postponed" & "Marta, Marta" . Today the Turteatern showcases works by local playwriters and even collaborates with schools and art associations. The theater even conducts workshops for young and budding art performers as well as producers. Check their website for a list of upcoming acts and more details.
The Boulevard Theater is a spectacular place. It is a wonderful experience to come to, and you will be ensured a good laugh. Humor is a dominant motif in the productions here, where they just love theater as an art form. Check out the website for a comprehensive list of the programs.
Hovet, once known as the Johanneshovs Isstadion, is now a part of the famous Globe Arena. Once used extensively for winter sports, this ice rink has now become a popular venue for all sorts of cultural events: music concerts, live performances, dance shows and even corporate events, trade shows and the like. Refresh yourself at one of the cafes, bars or at their renowned restaurant. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.