February 23, 2013

Travel Accomodation and What’s On

Getting here

Stockholm has four airports: Arlanda, Bromma, Skavsta and Västerås. All airports are linked to the Central Station (T-Centralen) by airport bus Flyggbusarna which costs around 100SEK per person per journey. When in Stockholm, you can buy an SL travel card for bus and metro. Transport is efficient and well connected.


The Venues

Södra Teatern is on Södermalm (South Island) and is situated close to the Slussen tube station (red and green lines both stop here) and is part of the historical Södra Teatern, a 150 year old theatre that has been a focus for the performing arts since it’s inception. Södra Teatern was also the birth place of Stockholm’s burlesquer scene and the renowned Hootchy Kootchy club that ran for 5 years bringing international acts from around the globe.

Nalen Ballroom is situated in the heart of Stockholm’s shopping and nightlife district. The venue was built in the early 20th century as a palace of entertainment and has featured Jazz greats and majot international bands. Nalen is where we hold our club: Sweden’s top burlesque and cabaret club Fräulein Frauke Presents that brings burlesque and cabaret stars from around the world to perform to our magnificent audience.



Hotels: we are in the process of getting a deal with a Stockholm hotel – please check back for more info. There are also numerous hostels, including a sailing ship moored in the harbour and an ex prison, which are generally of a high standard and well situated. The tourist associations website is a good place to start.



Stockholm is a cosmopolitan, international city built on water which affords beautiful views and dozens of boat trips to the stunning archipelago nearby. Check here for more on Stockholm.