Archive for November, 2011

Win a FEXCARD to the value of DKK 500

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011
Win a FEXCARD to the value of DKK 500. You can use the electronic gift and experience card in most shops and places of entertainment in our local neighbourhood, including Avenue Hotel.

Win a FEXCARD to the value of DKK 500. You can use the electronic gift and experience card in most shops and places of entertainment in our local neighbourhood, including Avenue Hotel.

Frederiksberg Experience has launched an electronic gift and experience card, FEXCARD, which you can buy and use in most shops and places of entertainment in our local neighbourhood.
The organization works to improve the local business environment and rally the local businesses round new initiatives.

Win a FEXCARD to the Value of DKK 500
Find more information about the FEXCARD, check out the list of shops and places of entertainment where you can use the FEXCARD, and enter the monthly draw for a FEXCARD to the value of DKK 500 (all websites are in Danish).
And remember you can use and buy your FEXCARD at Avenue Hotel.

Yellow Lounge with DJ Katrine Ring

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
DJs Katrine Ring and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

DJs Katrine Ring and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

DJ Katrine Ring presents new compositions and an eclectic mix of classical music, electronic vibes and jazz at Yellow Lounge on Wednesday 9 November, 8-11 pm.

Event: Yellow Lounge – DJs reinventing classical music
When: Wednesday 9 November, 8-11 pm
Where: The Lounge at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: Free entry but you may be tempted to start early with our bartenders’ delightful compositions Yellow Lounge Cocktail  

More about Yellow Lounge
Find more information about Yellow Lounge, the innovative DJ-sessions mixing classical music, electronic vibes and live performances at Avenue Hotel.

Bogforum 2011 – Denmark’s Most Popular Book Event

Monday, November 7th, 2011
Join Copenhagen's many literature fans to meet hundreds of Danish and international authors – and their books - at Bogforum 2011.

Join Copenhagen's many literature fans to meet hundreds of Danish and international authors – and their books - at Bogforum 2011.

The biggest book event in Denmark, Bogforum 2011, invites you to meet hundreds of local and international authors – and their books – from Friday 11 November to Sunday 13 November.

Event-filled Book Fair
All the major Danish book publishers do their utmost to lure their most popular local and international authors to participate at Bogforum 2011 in Forum Copenhagen from Friday 11 November to Sunday 13 November. The fair has approximately 1,000 events and more than 25,000 visitors are expected to enjoy book launches, special deals, award shows and – most importantly – the chance to experience their favourite authors live.

Meet International Icons of Literature
Some of the most interesting names who will be interviewed on stage are
- Pullitzer Prize-winner, Michael Cunningham
- Controversial multi-award-winner, Sofi Oksanen
- Norwegian crime king, Jo Nesbø
And Danish best-selling authors, like Sara Blædel, Peter Øvig Knudsen and Hanne-Vibeke Holst

Time: Friday 11 November 10 am-7 pm, Saturday 12 November 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 13 November 10 am-6 pm
Price: DKK 110, children aged 4-12 years DKK 55, children under 4 years for free
Place: Forum Copenhagen, Julius Thomsens Plads 1, 1925 Frederiksberg C

Tickets and More Information about Bogforum 2011
Buy your tickets online at Forum Copenhagen, check out the programme, and remember Bogforum at Forum Copenhagen is only a leisurely five minute stroll from the peace and quiet in the lounge at Avenue Hotel.

Win Tickets for Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
Tell us which dance crew you look most forward to seeing at Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition on our Facebook-page, to enter the draw for two tickets for the amazing show. Tickets for the show are completely sold out.

Tell us which dance crew you look most forward to seeing at Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition on our Facebook-page, to enter the draw for two tickets for the amazing show. Tickets for the show are completely sold out.

Copenhagen Dance Space invites you to experience one of the most amazing dance performances of the year, Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition.
On Saturday 12 November eight outstanding dance crews will battle about a main prize of DKK 20,000 at Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition. The three top crews will go on to compete at Scandinavian Choreographer’s Competition.

How to win tickets for Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition
Avenue Hotel has two entrance tickets (the tickets are completely sold out) to give away.
Tell us which dance crew you look most forward to seeing at Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition on our Facebook-page to enter the draw for the tickets.
The deadline for entering the competition is Thursday 10 November at 9 am.
The winners will be informed directly and can pick up the tickets at the reception at Avenue Hotel.

Find more information about CPH Choreographer’s Competition
Visit Copenhagen Dance Space.dk to find more information about Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition and – most importantly – the participating dance crews.
Copenhagen Choreographer’s Competition takes place at Gasværket, a leisurely fifteen minute bike ride from Avenue Hotel.

DJ Katrine Ring at Yellow Lounge

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
DJs Katrine Ring and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

DJs Katrine Ring and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

DJ Katrine Ring presents new compositions and an eclectic mix of classical music, electronic vibes and jazz at Yellow Lounge on Wednesday 2 November, 8-11 pm.

Event: Yellow Lounge – DJs reinventing classical music
When: Wednesday 2 November, 8-11 pm
Where: The Lounge at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: Free entry but you may be tempted to start early with our bartenders’ delightful compositions Yellow Lounge Cocktail  

More about Yellow Lounge
Find more information about Yellow Lounge, the innovative DJ-sessions mixing classical music, electronic vibes and live performances at Avenue Hotel.

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