cirkus stockholm


Sorry but I still find this quite hilarious lol. Transcript & translation for you:

[Side note: Just moments before this clip started Stefan said, in Swedish, “Welcome to our 20th birthday party! Should we celebrate some?”]

Stefan (in Swedish): The funny thing is, he doesn’t understand anything (points at Brian)

Brian: I only know how to say rude things in Swedish.

Stefan: Do it!

Brian: Yeah, I’m not going to insult the audience.

Stefan: Talk to me!

Brian (in Swedish): Uhhh…  ah! Lick my ass! 

Stefan (in Swedish): Nah, not today. 

Brian (in Swedish): …goddammit. 


Paramore performing 26 live for the first time in Stockholm Sweden.


Cirkus Teater, Stockholm (May 2017): Pre-show and intermission

An interesting aspect of the proscenium is that there was a sort of double-proscenium going on - behind the lower “pilaster” there was a small passage, a stage exit, where the architecture echoed that of the outer proscenium. I don’t think I’ve seen this solution before. 


03/28/16 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
03/29/16 - Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium
03/31/16 - San Francisco, CA - The Masonic
04/02/16 - Denver, CO - Ellie Caulkins Opera House
04/04/16 - Minneapolis, MN - Northrop Auditorium
04/06/16 - Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
04/07/16 - Detroit, MI - Fox Theatre
04/09/16 - Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
04/11/16 - Boston, MA - Orpheum Theatre
04/12/16 - New York, NY - United Palace Theatre
04/15/16 - Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music
04/19/16 - Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
04/28/16 - Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theatre
05/04/16 - Stockholm, Sweden - Cirkus
05/05/16 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Falconer
05/07/16 - Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
05/08/16 - Hamburg, Germany - Mehr! Theater
05/10/16 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Heineken Music Hall
05/13/16 - London, UK - Royal Albert Hall
05/15/16 - Paris, France - Le Grand Rex


The Circus Theatre, “Cirkus”, in Stockholm, built in 1890 (opened in 1892) by  Ernst Haegglund is one of the biggest theaters in Scandinavia with 1,650 seats. Originally designed for circus performances it was rebuilt in the early 1930′s as a theatre (built like an amphitheater) and was rebuilt again in 1997 to accommodate larger high tech productions. Today it serves as both a theatre and as a concert venue. The sculpture on the front roof top, of a four horse team, the Qvadriga, is made by Carl Johan Dyfverman. Cirkus has been home to many successful musicals, Les Misérables, Evita, Kristina från Duvemåla, Chess, Mamma Mia! and now The  Phantom of the Opera. Cirkus is situated on the island Djurgården in central Stockholm.


“Do You Remember” (Live at Cirkus Stockholm)

By Ane Brun ft. First Aid Kit