For the third year in a row, we arrange Green Week, where we in various ways focus on different aspects of sustainability.
Grammy nominated singer Stacey Kent and composer / saxophonist Jim Tomlinson in conversation about their collaboration with Kazuo Ishiguro.
What lies in the darkness between the stars? Why does it become dark at night? How was the universe created, and what happened before the Big Bang?
Are all Nobel Laureates geniuses? Or is practice and motivation more important than talent and intelligence?
Fear is a prerequisite for survival. Fear can also prevent us from living. Where does fear come from? And how are we affected by it? These are some of the questions that psychology researcher Armita Golkar will examine in the third Performance Lecture in a series organised by Stockholm’s Royal Dramatic Theatre (Dramaten) and the Nobel Center. The director will be Alexander Mørk-Eidem. The premiere will take place on Dramaten’s Small Stage (Lilla scenen) on September 11.
A fun evening at Hotel Rival on Mariatorget in Stockholm to celebrate and understand the year’s Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry and Physiology or Medicine.