A last minute shout-out for Lisa Miskovsky fans. She plays Nordanåteatern on Thursday, March 16th. There are still tickets left.
On the same day the saxophonists in Rollin´Phones, who tour all over Scandinavia, large parts of Europe, Asia, Africa and America are in Skellefteå on Thursday, March 16. Best of all, the band are music students from the Cultural School in Skellefteå.
Author and training expert Monika Björn is a must-see when she comes to Skellefteå on Tuesday, March 21. She talks with humor (and a little ferocity) about Sweden's approach to the menopause and is one of the lecturers under the heading THINK at Sara kulturhus.
If you want to know everything about Renholmen's local history, from the year 1760 to 2020, then you should go see Carina Westerlund on Tuesday, March 21. She comes to the City Library and talks about her book Renholmen. It is promised to contain little-known nuggets of local history.
It has been a full six years since Lisa Ekdahl released music in Swedish. In April, she will release a new album. Those who want to hear the album live can do so in Skellefteå on Friday, May 12.
After maternity leave, Nour El Refai goes on tour with her standup show.
- I am so happy to go on tour again! I became a mother, the biggest thing that happened in the whole world. I was on maternity leave for a long time and then the pandemic came and I couldn't do standup for over two years. But now finally! So many locked up jokes that will finally see the light. Please come, says Nour.
The tickets go on sale Friday, March 10 at 10:00 and Nour El Refai is in Skellefteå on Thursday 19 October.
On Saturday, March 18, there will be more art at Sara kulturhus. Emil Jensen's En susar skogen (A rustling forest), is a blend of popular poetry, music and performance art, focusing on sustainability and climate warming that has links with Skellefteå art gallery showing Bigert & Bergström's The Broken Greenhouse and the art sauna Solar Egg.
Emil Jensen, is a singer-songwriter, comedian and actor who made an attention-grabbing tour through Sweden in 2007, entirely by bicycle, as a manifestation of his support of biodiversity and sustainability. The climate tour continues in 2023, but now via train.