Love, desire, jealousy, divinity and compassion. From the highest notes and the purest timbre to the deepest roar and the innermost longings; Sappho is edgy and surprising, sensuous and witty, archaic and modern.
The poems of Sappho of Lesbos (ca. 630 BCE) have attracted attention for generations with their sensibility and depiction of love between women. In Sappho’s texts, the erotic and the cultic merge in a tribute to nature, love and the divine.
After thousands of years, Sappho’s poems still seem contemporary with their universal themes, which in SAPPHO unfold in a celebration of the feminine and a tribute to queer communities.
The ticket grants you admission to the Glyptotek on the day.
Adults: 230 DKK
Season ticket: 190 DKK
Under 25: 135 DKK
Tickets are non-refundable, but may be passed on.
Thursday 2 June at 7 pm
Friday 3 June at 3 pm
Saturday 4 June at 4.30 pm
Thursday 9 June at 7 pm
Friday 10 June at 3 pm
Saturday 11 June at 12 noon
Saturday 11 June at 3 pm
Jules Fischer (Choreographer)
Matilde Böcher (Concept)
Jules Fischer (Concept)
Tanja Diers Hylling (Dramaturg)
Puer Parasitus (Costume Designer)
Mette Hammer Juhl (Rekvisittør)
Matilde Böcher (Idea)
Liv Helm (Idea)
Jules Fischer (Scenographer)
Andrew Mathews (Konstruktør)
Liv Helm (Consultant)
Mette Christiansen (Consultant)
Duftdesign: Odor&Fumes (Other)
Keramik: Tina Marie CPH (Other)
prfrm – produktion og formidling af scenekunst (Producer)
Administration: Sceneprojekt (Other)
Ingeborg Børch (Vocal)
Jaleh Negari (Musician)
Ani Bigum Kampe (Vocal)
Klara Jensen De Lopez (Performer)
Kai Merke (Performer)
Julienne Doko (Performer)
Lisen Pousette (Performer)
Camilla Lind (Performer)
Glyptoteket's exhibitions present artworks and cultural-historical objects.
Buy your season ticket here and get free admission to an oasis in the middle of Copenhagen.
Enjoy a delicious lunch at "Picnic" overlooking the Glyptotek's beautiful Winter Garden.