Where: Kungsträdgården, central Stockholm
Date and time: November 3rd, 3.30pm-6.30pm
Event by: Shockholm
Dress up in your spookiest outfits for Sweden's largest Halloween parade, live performances and even a dog parade. Shockholm is now in its eighth year, founded by American Bill Schacht back in 2011.
Where: UMA Kungsbron, Blekholmstorget 30F, Stockholm
Date and time: November 15th, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Event by: The Local, Crimson Clarke and UMA Kungsbron
Come mingle and meet other members of the international business community who are making their mark in Stockholm. We'll hear from an all-star panel on the trends that are disrupting traditional work life, and what Stockholm can do to better attract talent from around the world. For Members of The Local (click here to become a Member today).
Where: Alvik's Kulturhus, Gustavslundsvägen 168A, Bromma
Date and time: November 10th, 11.30am-2pm
Event by: Stockholm community
Come enjoy real thanksgiving foods, kids activities, photo booth, live music and more. Everyone is welcome!
Where: Kulturhuset Stadsteatern
Date and time: November 16th, 11am-6.30pm
Event by: Academy of Ideas, London and Forum/Debatt, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern
Social media, #MeToo, immigration… All these topics will be tackled during the fifth edition of the Battle of Ideas in Stockholm. Debates will be held in English and are free for all to attend.
Where: St Peter and St Sigfrid's Church, Dag Hammarskjöldsväg 14, Stockholm
Date and time: November 24th, 11am-3pm
Event by: St Peter and St Sigfrid's – The Anglican Episcopal Church in Stockholm
As cold weather creeps in across Sweden, enjoy a nice event where you can buy English books at bargain prices, while eating delicious fika.
Where: Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm
Date and time: November 24th, 2pm-8pm
Event by: TEDxStockholm
The TEDxStockholm team organizes a series of talks about Wonderland, "a place of limitless possibilities". You will also be able to enjoy snacks, drinks and mingling opportunities.
Where: Kårhuset Kollektivet Ågatan 55, 582 22 Linköping
Date and time: November 28th, 12pm-9pm
Event by: Linköping University
LiU Game Conference is an annual conference about computer games, visualization and digital experiences. Most of talks will be held in English by major figures from the gaming industry, such as Ubisoft and Epic Games.
Where: Valandhuset, Vasagatan 41, 411 37 Gothenburg
Date and time: November 3rd, 9.00pm – November 4th, 5am
Event by: Expats in Gothenburg
Expats in Gothenburg throws their annual International Halloween party. The best costume will be awarded a VIP table and a bottle of champagne!
Where: Chalmers kårhus, Teknologgården 2, 412 58 Gothenburg
Date and time: November 16th and November 23rd, 6pm-8pm
Event by: Chalmersspexet Vera
In the early 1800s, Ada Lovelace's mother wants to marry off her daughter who is on the verge of becoming world's first programmer: Chalmersspexet Vera tell the story of this female pioneer of engineering on stage. With English subtitles.
Where: Etage, Stortorget 6, 211 35 Malmö
Date and time: November 2nd, 11pm-November 3rd, 5am
Event by: International Student Festival, The Halloween Nightmare & Etage
Get your Halloween costume on and meet up with international party people from Malmö and Lund for the International Halloween Festival.
Where: Biografen Kino i Lund, Kyrkogatan 3, 222 22 Lund
Date and time: November 6th, 6.30pm-8.15pm
Event by: Biografen Kino i Lund
Two award-winning movies will be available for English speakers at Lund's movie theatre: Border by Ali Abbassi, and Becoming Astrid directed by Pernille Fischer Christensen.
Where: Scandic Triangeln, Triangeln 2, 211 43 Malmö
Date and time: November 16th, 8pm-10pm
Event by: English Comedy Malmö
David Tsonos (Canada) and Adrian Mackinder (UK) will be holding stand-up comedy shows during a night hosted by MC Joe Eagan (Canada).
Where: Institutet för studier i Malmös historia, Nordenskiöldsgatan 1, Malmö
Date and time: November 23rd, 2pm-4pm
Event by: Institutet för studier i Malmös historia
The lecture is part of a series of four presentations entitled 'Commons and the right to the city'. It is organized by the Department of Urban Studies and Institute for studies of Malmö's history, at Malmö University.
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