Sukkerbiten is a great place to eat and drink in the summer, right on the water with a view of the Opera house. It´s run by a selection of Oslo’s clubs and bars, and the program changes through the summer.
Norwegian photographer Anja Niemi, ( b. 1976 ) is represented by the Little Black Gallery in London but lives and works from Oslo. Her two latest series Starlets and Do Not Disturb set her distinct self portrait style.
Joining tragedy with humor in a staged narrative setting, she presents a series of tragic-comic personas from tormented suburban housewives to roller disco divas.
Sentrum Scene and Rockefeller Music Hall are two concert venues located close to each other in the center of Oslo. I’ve had some of my best concert experiences here, with both Norwegian and international stars!
Fuglen is a cafe, cocktail bar and second hand design shop specialising in quirky and sometimes forgotten treasures, predominantly from the 50’s and 60’s. Fuglen first opened it´s doors in 1963, and having a cup of coffee here is like stepping back in time, Scandinavian style.
The owners of the very popular and charming cafe Liebling are these days opening a second place around the corner. It´s named after a popular children's song, Kanskje kommer kongen ( Maybe the king will come). Lovely as they are, they want to unite the city's young population with the elderly by running a cafe inside a retirement home. What´s not to like, I think the king should come!