THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF GREENLAND AND NUUK LOCAL MUSEUM PRESENTS
TALES AND TRAILS OF NUUK – THEATER AND HISTORY COMBINED
Duration: 1½ Hours
Number of participants: Maximum 40 people
Age limit: from 12 years and up
Season: August 8th to September 1st – Wednesdays at 7pm and Saturdays at 4pm
Price: DKK 75,- per person
Note: bring warm clothes. Please don’t photograph or record the performance.
Not suitable for: wheelchair users or people who has difficulties walking.
Trails and Tales of Nuuk is a historic city walk in a theatrical setting. It is theatre and history combined. The audience is drawn into a dramatic depiction of life in Greenland and Nuuk all the way back from the Dorset people, through the colonial era to the modern and traditional Nuuk. 3 young actors make history come alive as they guide you around the old parts of Nuuk.
Dates & time
8th August 2018: At 7PM (19:00)
11th August 2018: At 4PM (16:00)
15th August 2018: At 7PM (19:00)
18th August 2018: At 4PM (16:00)
22nd August 2018: At 7PM (19:00)
25th August 2018: At 4PM (16:00)
29th August 2018: At 7PM (19:00)
1st September 2018: At 4PM (16:00)
Meeting point: By the cairn across from Anori Art/ where the streets Indaleeqqap Aqqutaa and Tuapannguit meets.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trailsandtalesgreenland WELCOME!
The performance has been supported by the followings funds: Sermeq Fonden, NunaFonden, Det Kongelige Grønlandsfond, Tips- og Lottomidlerne, Konsul George Jorck og Hustru Emma Jorcks Fond.
Tickets are purchased at: Tupilak Travel Monday to friday 8:30am – 4:30pm Saturday 10am – 1pm