Circus routes in Denmark

With links to circus routes in Austria, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway,  Sweden and Switzerland

What's on in Denmark (Calendar)

Last update 12 October 2019


October 2019

Circuses etc in Denmark October 2019

Circus Arena

Link to website: www.arena.dk 

14 to 18 October short performances in Kolding Storcenter. Daily at 11, 13 & 15. Free admission.

Cirkusland with circus performances etc 

Link to website: www.arena.dk/cirkusland 

12 to 20 October daily from 10 to 16 

Cirkusland is situated in Circus Arena's winter quarters at Aarslev ved Slagelse. Adress: Aarslevvej 6, 4200 Slagelse

Circus Mascot

Link to website: www.cirkus-mascot.dk 

14 to 20 October at Shoppingcentret Spinderiet i Valby, Copenhagen..

Monday to Friday at 11, 13 & 15. Saturday and Sunday at 11 & 13. Free admission 

Benny Schumann minicircus 

14 to 20 October: Glostrup shoppingcenter, Copenhagen

Monday to Friday at 13:00. Saturday at 11:00 and 13:00. Free admission 

Artist performances, circus museums etc in Denmark October  2019

Wallmans Dinnerparty in the Copenhagen Circus Building

Link to website: www.wallmans.dk

Link to ticket ordering

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Doors open at 17:30. Showstart at 18:30. 

Dinnershow with singers, dancers and acrobats

The Circus Museum at Hvidovre, Copenhagen

Link to website: www.cirkusmuseum.dk 

Open Sunday to Thursday from 10 to 15.

14 to 18 October at 11: show with the comedian, acrobat and juggler Gugge.

The address is Hovedporten 6, Avedørelejren,  Hvidovre. From central Copenhagen you can take Bus 1A to Avedørelejren right in front of the museum.

The Circus Museum at Rold, Jutland

Link to website

12 to 20 October from 11.00 to 16.00 Address: Østerled, Rold, 9510 Arden.

Circus routes in AustriaFinlandGermany, Italy, the Netherlands, NorwaySweden and Switzerland


Looking for circus routes in Austria, Germanythe Netherlands or Switzerland?

Visit Michael Uhleman's web page (language: German and Dutch)


Looking for circus routes in Italy?

Visit the Italian Circus fans website (language Italian)

Looking for circus routes in Norway?

Visit the homepages of Circus Arnardo (large circus, language Norwegian) and Cirkus Agora (medium size circus, language Norwegian).

Looking for circus routes in Sweden?

Visit the homepages of  Circus Brazil Jack (large circus) and Circus Olympia (medium sized circus)(languages Swedish)

Looking for circus routes in Finland?

Visit the homepage of Circus Finlandia (large circus, languages English, German, Finnish and Swedish)

Facts about Denmark and about this website

Circus Routes in Denmark is part of the website Circus in Denmark with a lot of information on Danish circuses, circus collections, Danish circus families etc. 

The websites section Circus News is a weekly updated internet magazine with news 
from the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish circus world. Special feature: It all happens in Paris (not every week).

Since 2000 the website has been the leading circus website in the Nordic Countries.


Denmark is a kingdom in north-western Europe and the southernmost of the Scandinavian countries. Denmark comprises of the Jutland peninsula as well as 406 islands in the Baltic and North seas. The principal islands lying between Jutland and Sweden are Zealand and Funen. Near the North American mainland and between the North Atlantic and the Arctic oceans  is the island of Greenland being the home of Santa Claus and an integral part of the Danish monarchy. Greenland is internally self-governing. Excluding Greenland and the Faroe Islands Denmark has an area of 42,370 sq km (16,360 sq mi). The population of Denmark is aprox. 5,600,000. The capital and largest city is Copenhagen on the island of Zealand with a metropolitan area population of aprox. 1,400,000. Other Mayor cities with their estimated populations include Aarhus (320,000), Odense (170,000) and Aalborg (125,000).

Denmark has 7,314 km of coastline and the highest point in the country is only 170 metres above sea level. The currency is  Danish Kroner, DKK. The Krone is pegged to the euro via the ERM II, the European Union's exchange rate mechanism, one Euro being approximately 7.46 DKK

Edited by Ole Simonsen

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Link to Circus News with weekly updated news from the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish circus world.

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