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The Luftkastellet in Slagthuset is one of prime event venues in Malmo. From conferences, banquets, exhibitions to theater, dance and prose, this venue has the state-of-the-art technology and facilities to accommodate every kind of event. This venue also looks after the catering needs by providing delicious lunch buffet. For further information on the venue and how to go about planning an event here do check their website.
This theater is a new innovation in Malmö's theater scene, but is built in a lovely old commercial space. The theater here is set up for a wide range of pieces, and the company specializes in avant-garde pieces. There are also other performances here, including dance and comedy.
This cute little movie theater is actually one of the oldest in Malmö, but is now owned by small cooperative that puts on movie shows of a less-than-mainstream variety. From the latest Oscar winners of the alternative type to foreign films to archival pieces, there is always something interesting playing here, and discounts are often available as well.
This theater is the most reputable venue for experimental drama in Malmö. It is located very close to the central squares and features plays both by its in-house company and by visiting thespians from elsewhere in southern Sweden and from abroad. Tickets are generally available the day of performances, but some shows sell out in advance.
This theater is the central venue for high culture entertainment in Malmö. Close to everything in the city center, it's easily accessible by public transit no matter where you happen to be staying. It is rather formal, so most shows are best attended in your best dress-up attire.
Few places in the city of Malmo embody such a unique amalgamation of old and new as Lilla Torg. With breathtakingly charming old houses surrounding the cobbled square in the heart of the Old Town, it isn't hard to imagine what life must have been like when horse-drawn carriages clipped through the streets. Come night fall, this little square turns into a veritable hub of activity, with some of the city's hottest night clubs and restaurants tucked away under the brightly colored umbrellas and medieval awnings. Stroll through the cobbled streets surrounding the square and discover the mouth-watering array of International cuisines represented in the little stalls, shops and open-air eateries that spring up during the summer months. Just a short walk from the square, food enthusiasts can check out the Malmö Saluhall, a covered market offering up an incredible array of gastronomic delights. Hedmanska Gården on the square features one of the oldest buildings dating back to the 1600's and visitors can look out for events and concerts in and around the square. Known as Malmo's restaurant district, there is something to please everyone here.
Dansstationen is a vibrant performance arts center that has chosen to immerse itself completely in the exploration of dance. Choreographers of all backgrounds, races and nationalities are welcomed and given a chance to showcase their talent. Audio-visuals are greatly used to add a surreal quality to the fascinating performances like dance theater. Check the website for a list of what is in store for you.
Palladium is a huge entertainment venue built in the 1920's with an intent to promote art and culture in the city. It features a concert hall and a salon which is used as a theater and dance venue. The historic concert hall has played host to a variety of performances throughout its history, from Laurel & Hardy to the Brussels Jazz Orchestra. Palladium stages dance performances and plays by local and international artists as well. Besides entertaining events, the venue can also be used for conferences and other events.
This theater, located very close to the central squares of the old city, is both a movie house and a traditional stage theater. Named for legendary Malmö dramatist and filmmaker Anja Schmidt, it's known as a take-no-prisoners supporter of brave new art in both the cinematic and thespian arenas.
Try some unconventional mode to spend your time out with a trip in the Bla Baten (Blue Boat). This pretty ship was first run as a cargo ship in the year 1888. Since then, this beauty served faithfully for many more years, transporting essentials to and from several continents. A true vintage, this ship is now used for luxury tours on evening, where the guests are entertained with some fine music and delicious food as the ship makes its way through the waters. Taking a trip on this boat is a nice way to indulge yourself.
This theater, associated with the Kulturföreningen Lund (Lund Cultural Union), features mostly plays by the local dramatic society, but there are occasional productions of musical groups and other cultural groups as well. It's a lovely venue for an evening at the theater, and the clientele is typically a nice mix of locals and visitors.
Established in 2001 by Bengt Hansson and Andreas Pieplow, this restaurant and entertainment venue has grown into a popular place among locals. Several events are organized here throughout year, including plays, stand-up comedy, concerts and Christmas shows. The spacious restaurant, with its high ceilings and excellent view over the water, also makes for a great lunch spot. It is about a seven minute walk from Central Station.