The Playhouse in Copenhagen is the national centre of dramatic art, tailored in every detail for top-level theatre productions.

The centre has three stages: Store Scene, Portscene, and Lille Scene with a total seating capacity of 1000.

Whether you have a ticket for the evening's performance or not, feel free to peek inside the beautiful foyer, visit the café, or stroll along the oak-boarded gangway encircling the Playhouse and connecting it with the Langelinie waterfront promenade.

Food and drink with a view

The Playhouse café and the Ofelia Restaurant are delightful places to while away a few hours. And the views across the inner city harbour are a delight!

Weather permitting the outdoor cocktail bar is open daily 10:00 - 18:00, and while there are performances inside, the bar will have open in the breaks between 18:00 - 23:00.

With one of the most spectacular positions in Copenhagen - right above the water - the bar offers cocktails made from the ground, cold pints from micro-brewery Skands, and much more.

Tickets for the scheduled tours on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays are available online or at the theatre Box Office. Europe

An alliance of Copenhagen’s CVB and its defence sector and related ministries have mastered a great naval victory, having won MAST Northern Coasts, a large military and naval conference and exhibition.

MAST (maritime/air system technology) Northern Coasts will take place 4-6 September this year and includes a large commercial exhibition with the participation of multinational companies within the maritime and airborne defence technology sector.

An armada of military vessels will dock in the inner harbour in connection with the event, including 40 frigates, patrol ships, corvettes and other modern naval ships from 13 countries.

MAST Northern Coasts will be held in Copenhagen’s Bella Centre and is expected to attract 3,000 participants. The harbour is surrounded by the Opera, the Royal Playhouse and the Queen’s palace.

“We are so delighted to have won the bid for MAST Northern Coasts, which underscores Copenhagen’s position as a conference city and offers the locals a chance to experience the visiting fleet. The conferences and exhibitions we attract often function as platforms for the local knowledge environments and companies to meet partners and share knowledge. This event incorporates the city and will arouse extra attention and awareness,” says Kit Lykketoft, Director of Convention at Wonderful Copenhagen.

It will also be possible for the public to board some of the naval ships. The German-led exercise in the Baltic Sea will dock in Copenhagen from the 3 September and depart on the 8 September.

The successful event bid was a collaboration between the Danish Defence Ministry and Wonderful Copenhagen with the strong support from the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, the Copenhagen Municipality and the Confederation of Danish Industry.