The library in rainbow colors

By on July 16, 2018

Stockholm City and Stockholm City Library pay attention to EuroPride with activities for all ages and all over the city. It includes author talks with Mian Lodalen and stage performances with Andrés Esteche. In addition, some of Sweden’s leading dragqueens will held in standard creative storytelling at libraries around Stockholm.

Among dragons and dragqueens is the norm-creative concept, where some of Sweden’s leading dragqueens hold fairy tales for children between 3 and 7 years. This summer, the glittering fairy tales perform on a Stockholm tour and visit the libraries in Högdalen, Tensta and Rinkeby, Punkt127 in Bredäng and the Stadsbiblioteket.

The older audience is invited to exciting writing talks when Mian Lodalen visits Bagarmossen’s library and Bitte Andersson comes to Skarpnäck’s library. At Hornstull Library there is a panel talk about literature and drama from a pride perspective under the direction of Jenny Jägerfeld, and it will be stand up with Pernilla Hammargren and Therese Sandin. The artist and author Andrés Esteche attends the library of Skärholm and Fruängen and sings, speaks and reads from his new book “Kom ut, Kom in”.

For those who want tips on rainbow literature, it goes fine to turn to one of Stockholm’s 40 libraries or visit the website here>>

The clubs Stockholm Pride and West Pride will host EuroPride in July and August 2018, which is Europe’s largest hbtq event. EuroPride 2018 takes place in Stockholm from July 27th to August 4th, after which Gothenburg will take over from 14th to 19th August.

Helena Olofsson, Culture & Music | Stockholm