– an English phenomenon in Danish theatre

Even though the bigger exhibition about the history of London Toast Theatre "LONDON TOAST THEATRE – an English phenomenon in Danish theatre" is over now, some of Kirsten Brink's amazing Crazy Christmas costumes can still be seen at the Theatre Museum at The Court Theatre. The current exhibition Off Stage is as recommendable as the previous magnificent The History of Europe – told by its theatres that dived into archives of theatres and museums and displayed a panorama over 2500 years of European theatre culture, and also showed how over time theatre culture has been a frontrunner in breaking and crossing borders, and how the theatre has influenced and still influences the political power and governance through time towards democracy. 

Off Stage is a unique special exhibition of actor portraits inside the Theater Museum in the Hofteatret. Amongst the portraits can several old “Toasties” be seen: Nicolas Bro, Claes Bang and Benjamin Boe Rasmussen

The Theatre Museum at The Court Theatre is situated at Christiansborg Riding ground at Slotsholmen, just behind the Danish Parliament Christiansborg, in the centre of Copenhagen 
and in the middle of the living history of Denmark, surrounded by a number of historic buildings and institutions. 

The Theatre Museum at The Court Theatre
Christiansborg Ridebane 18
DK-1218 København K