A roundup of things to do in Reykjavík this weekend, prepared by your very, very tired editors.
- The city is fairly quiet this weekend, and in recovery after that festival thing. Maybe this would be a good chance to chillax with it and soak a bit in one of those lovely warm swimming pools. We know we will.
- Ending this weekend, Sequences, a visual arts festival that feels like it’s been going on for weeks. Especially intriguing in our opionon is the Dwarf Gallery with daily performances. Check the schedule for what’s on where, with whom, and why.
- “Free of charge” is something you don’t hear often in Iceland, so grab the chance and go for some serious historical culture at the the Free Entrance Weekend at the, um, Culture House, where they’re showing, amongst other things, the Skarðsbók. Written around 1360 AD, it’s a manuscript recounting the wacky adventures of eleven apostles — people that you, dear reader, might do well to emulate this weekend.
- Or not: 101 club Barinn has Icelandic house DJ Tommi White hitting the decks on Friday night, to assist you in shaking your moneymaker.
And hey — let’s be careful out there.