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Stockholm’s art and culture line-up is something worth exploring this May. We have listed the current and upcoming happenings you wouldn’t want to miss in Stockholm this month.

A Dream of Swan Lake – The Royal Opera
The Swan Lake is perhaps the world’s most performed ballet, and had premiere in Moscow in 1877. A Dream of Swan Lake is based on the dreams and relationships of the dancers, both to each other and to the drama they repeat. Reality and fiction merge into a drama triangle that moves between ballroom hall and the stage.

Gustav Adolfs torg 2, 103 22 Stockholm

Mikael Jansson, Speed of Light – CFHILL Art Space
Speed of light is showing the work of one of the world’s leading photographers, Mikael Jansson. Mikael has previously been working with clients such as Calvin Klein, Armani, Christian Dior, Vogue Paris and portraits of other influential personalities. This exhibition looks at what’s attracts people to extreme and extravagant sports. April 28th – May 26th, 2017.

Norrlandsgatan 24, 2nd floor, 111 43 Stockholm

Natura Dentata – Kulturhuset Stadsteatern
Natura Dentata is Kulturhuset Stadsteaterns latest exhibition where art and fashion meets in a dark embrace. In the Nordic countries we turn to nature for joy and relaxation. Here, nature is also displayed as a force that lacks empathy, that takes over and harbors danger. March 17th – June 18th, 2017.

Kulturhuset, Sergels torg, 103 27 Stockholm

Susan Philipsz, Lost in Space – Bonniers Konsthall
Lost in space is a solo exhibition with the internationally renowned artist Susan Philipsz. Susan uses sound as her primary medium and is well-known for her sound installations which revolves around themes such as loss, longing and hope. This time, Susan Philipsz has created a new piece specifically for Bonniers Konsthall, the installation is the first time Susan utilizes the medium of film. February 22nd – May 6th, 2017.  

Torsgatan 19, 113 21 Stockholm

Färgglatt konstverk

Wolfgang Lehmann

February 9 – March 31

The exhibition, Landscape and Symmetry, displays the work created by Wolfgang Lehmann 2012-2017, and shows photographs from the artist’s fascination for landscapes, cities and his obsession with overlays. Behind every image is usually multi exposures and Wolfgang himself refers to his work as process-photography, as the result of his photographs is often a painterly image.

Wolfgang Lehmann, born in Germany 1967 and currently living in Stockholm since 2006, is a lens-based artist who creates video, installation and photography. Wolfgang’s work has been exhibited at several great and meaningful museums and events/festivals such as; Kuryokhin Center in St. Petersburg, Museo Lazaro Galdiano in Madrid, MoCa Museum of contemporary art in Shanghai, New York film festival and many others.

Utrotningshotad apa med mörk bakgrund

Tom Svensson

24 November – 29 Januari

A thought-proviking exhibition of captivating photographs in illuminated plexiglass. Light in the dark by Tom Svensson revolves around our endangered species and how we  can make a difference. The exhibition is on display to support Wildhood Foundation and all profit from the sales of the photographs will be donated to Wildhood’s work to fight poaching and illegal trafficking of wild threatened species.

Renowned conservation photographer Tom Svensson was born in Denmark and grew up in Sweden. Tom lives in Fjällbacka and is dedicated to the work of conservation. As a Canon Explorer ambassador he travels the world to document the poaching and illegal trade in endangered species.

Read more about the exhibition at Wildhood


After Work at T/BAR

Join us for an after work drink! We serve delicious cocktails, accompanied by tunes mixed by our house DJ.

Thursday–Friday from 5:30pm


Weekend Brunch at Hotel Diplomat

At the weekend catch up with your friends and family over brunch at Hotel Diplomat on Stockholm’s waterfront. We serve a New York-inspired à la carte brunch with our own classics, such as The Diplomat Burger, as well as omelettes and sashimi. On Saturdays the house DJ mixes tunes while the bartenders mix Bloody Marys. Advance booking recommended.

Saturdays & Sundays 1–4pm.



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Our traditional Sunday Roast is the perfect way to round off the weekend with friends and family. It is a belly-filling celebration of the classic Sunday roast dinner. Expect an excellent roast served with potatoes, vegetable and a fine sauce.

Every Sunday from 5pm.