top of page


The festival Ordkraft invites children and adults to celebrate literature and the written word. It takes place April 10 to 12 at the culture house Nordkraft in Aalborg.

Natascha Thiara Rydvald and Master Fatman will perform Thursday April 11 at 4.15 PM at the Generator Stage.

The subject is “Burning Love Letters – Can Words move Mountains?”

Master Fatman will talk with Natascha Thiara Rydvald about her project Burning Love Letters, in which she has received lots of love letters, that has been part of her exhibitions.

At the festival Master Fatman will read out loud some of the best letters and talk with Natascha Thiara Rydvald about them and the stories behind.

Photo: Ordkraft
Master Fatman and Natascha Thiara Rydvald

17 views0 comments

Come Dance With Me (Kom dans med mig) is theatre play for the youngest theatre audience, children 2 to 5 years old. During the 35 minute performance the children are taken to a playing universe, where a dancer, an actor and a circus artist will try many ways to move a body.

The play takes place in the succesfull children's theatre Det Lille Teater (The Small Theatre)

From February 21. - April 14. 2019

Age group: 2 - 5 years

Duration: 35 minutes

Concept, choreography & instruction: Charlotte Munksø Scenography: Marianne Nilsson Actors: Josephine Raahauge, Mikael Orozco Madsen and Anders Björklund

Composer: Alice Carreri

Light design: Andreas Buhl Dramaturg: Trine Wisbech Technics: Brian Kousgaard Kristensen, Sven Buse and Steen Molls 

Taylor: Weirdwear

Foyer design: Sine Kristiansen, Marianne Nilsson, Karin Rentsch og Sven Buse Photo: Natascha Thiara Rydvald

17 views0 comments

Natascha Thiara Rydvald has taken theatre photos of five mezzo-sopranos in 'Our Voices.'

The Royal Danish Opera writes:

Have you ever considered what it must feel like to stand on the stage in front of 2,000 people and sing? What it is like when your ‘sound’ is your livelihood? When your voice is crucial while you are onstage?

Our Voices is a unique evening that takes you very close to the Royal Danish Opera’s mezzo sopranos – singers who, over the years, have performed everything from Cherubino to Carmen, who have embodied roles as both girls and boys, young men, old wives, mistresses, queens and witches. 

All singers who are onstage lay themselves bare to the audience, but in Our Voices, the singers open up even more than they usually would during an opera.

Our Voices is the creation of award-winning Kamilla Wargo Brekling (from Woman Know Your BodyUnaccompanied and last season Stand Firm at the Royal Danish Theatre). Together, Kamilla Wargo Brekling and the choreographer Karina Dichov Lund, conducted by Orsi Fajger, create a unique show about life as a female opera singer, their dreams and the importance of songs and music.

Spend the evening seeing star opera singers in a totally new light, while listening to the greatest and best songs from a wide range of famous operas, from Mozart to Wagner.

34 views0 comments

Get news from me

I will not spam your mailbox

bottom of page