Open sandwiches, meatballs and gravad lax, coffee, lots of coffee and bread. Join us when we visit London’s Best Scandinavian Restaurants, Cafes and Bakeries!
Here is a round up, a Scandinavian Times Out on what’s on in London this weekend with a Scandinavian flair. Information is sourced from various of newsletters, invitations and from the Scandinavian embassies.
It’s finally weekend! As the weather forecast for London is not very promising, we thought you might would be tempted to see an exhibition or a film?
Norwegian Photographer Stian Andersen’s A-ha exhibition at Strand Gallery
The Strand Gallery, 32 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6BP
This is your last chance to see the exhibition of Stian Andersen’s A-ha Photographs at Strand Gallery. The exhibition includes a series of stunning black and white images of the band’s intimate and iconic moments.
Open all days from 11am – 6pm. Entry is free. Last day Sunday 17th March.
Swedish film Persona by Ingmar Bergman in Barbican
Cinema Department Barbican Centre, Silk Street London EC2Y 8DS
Ingmar Bergman’s celebrated film Persona will be shown at the Barbican as part of “Art and Science on the Brain”. The film will be followed by a Screentalk. At 4pm, 16 March 2013 in Cinema 3 (Beech St). Tickets available at barbican.org.uk
Brunch at Nordic Bakery in Soho / Marylebone
It doesn’t get more Nordic than at the Nordic Bakery. The black coffee full of flavours, the crispy sweet cinnamon buns freshly baked on the day, smoked salmon on rye bread… Just enjoy a lazy morning, from 9am and onwards, the Scandinavian way at nordicbakery.com