Stockholm City Library participates in Stockholm’s Cultural Night

By on April 21, 2017

Magic show, choir singing, guided tours, author talks and art exhibitions. That are some of the program items when Stockholm City Library opens up the gates during the Cultural Night of Stockholm on April 29th.

One evening a year, the public is invited to experience and discover Stockholm’s cultural life after closing time. The libraries have previously participated in the Cultural Night, but our largest and most visited library, the city library at Odenplan, has never been there – until now! April 29th, Asplundhuset opens at 18.00 – 24.00 for an evening filled with music and magic in collaboration with Kulturskolan, Stockholm City Museum and Stockholmskällan. Those who want to get behind the scenes at one of Stockholm’s most famous cultural buildings also have the opportunity to get guided tours of the Stadsbiblioteket. A limited number of seats for the guided tours will be released on April 28th and can be booked on our website or via customer service at 08-508 30 900. There are also 10 drop-in places per view.

But it is not only the City Library at Odenplan that organizes activities during the Cultural Night. Luma and Telefonplans bibliotek also stays open a little longer than usual. At Luma, autobiography is arranged with Ola Larsmo and art exhibitions with the artists Johan Bergström Hyldahl and Stefan Hedström. Telefonplans library participates in Midsommargård’s program during the Cultural Night, where it comes from creative workshops, disco, choir singing and much more.

For the respective library programs, see the following links:

Stockholm City Library here >>

Luma here >>

Telefonplans Library here >>

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