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What to do in Malmö the coming weeks!

15 Sep, 2023

Art workshop at Skeppsbron Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until September 24, there are art workshops for families and young people between 2-6 pm at Skeppsbron. The event is free and organized by the city of Malmö. https://evenegramen.malmo.se/item/konstworkshop-pa-skeppsbron/ur8xfjapqkheqssce8knkogbpqm5eepw

Sunday 17 September is Katrinetorp’s harvest market. Then there are local producers who sell their products on site; cheeses, sausages, jam, bread and much more. There will also be musical entertainment and tours of the main building. https://malmo.se/Uppleva-och-gora/Natur-och-parker/Katrinetorp-landeri/Evenemang-pa-Katrinetorp/Skordemarknad-pa-Katrinetorp.html

The 34th edition of Malmö’s Nordisk Panorama film festival takes place September 21-26 During the days, you can take part in film screenings, seminars and other events linked to the event. The program includes both ticketed and free events. The events take place in several places in the city. https://nordiskpanorama.com/en/festival/.

Gallery Night 22-23 September A very large number of Malmö’s galleries, art institutions and temporary artist-driven initiatives are open during the weekend, which creates a fantastic opportunity for the public to discover Malmö’s multifaceted art scene. In addition to already established galleries and art institutions, several temporary events take place – such as open studios, installations and pop-up galleries. https://malmogallerihelg.se/om-gallerihelgen/

At the end of September, more precisely on the 22nd, there is also the premiere of the musical “Dé é det här we call love” at Nöjesteatern. https://musikalenkarlek.se