The Royal Norwegian Embassy
The embassy is one of Norway’s main missions abroad. Twenty-nine people work at the embassy, which is divided into the following sections: Administration, Political, Economic, Press, Culture and Information, the Consulate and the Office of the Defence Attaché. A Police Attaché with offices at the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS) is part of the mission as well.
The Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC)
The chamber was founded in 1906 and welcomes membership from both the United Kingdom and Norway. It has played an important, supportive role to Norwegian companies with business in the United Kingdom, as well as those exporting directly from Norway. It is also a forum for British companies interested in the Norwegian business community.
Rosemary Branch Theatre
The Rosemary Branch was once a Victorian music hall. The legend goes that such greats as Charlie Chaplin, Marie Lloyd and many others performed here. Cecilia Darker and Cleo Sylvestre have been joint Artistic Directors of the Rosemary Branch for the past 18 years. Under their stewardship, the Rosemary Branch has blossomed, winning Best Fringe Theatre Award (2010) from fringereport.com, Best Neighbourhood Theatre Silver Award from Smooth FM, and Most Welcoming Theatre (North London, 2013) from the Off West End Awards.
Musikkfondene - Komponistenes vederlagsfond
The Composer’s Remuneration Fund's supports the development of creative music in the arts, regardless of genre. Support is awarded to composers that, over a lengthy period of time, have made contribution to the arts of both value and quality.
Musikkfondene - Det norske komponistfond
The Norwegian Composers' Fund aims to strengthen the promotion of creative development of music, regardless of genre. Funding is primarily awarded to support commissioned work by composers who live and work in Norway, and whose professional work has been performed to the general public.
New Diorama Emerging Companies Fund
New Diorama Theatre’s programme to support creative development.
In-depth articles and all things Henrik Ibsen.
The Ibsen Museum, Oslo
Henrik Ibsen's home in Arbins gate constitute the core of the Ibsenmuseet. The apartment is returned to Ibsen's time with the writer’s own furniture and fixtures, original colour and decoration. Ibsenmuseet is part of the Norsk Folkemuseum and is located in Henrik Ibsen’s gate 26 in Oslo.
UCL Scandinavian Studies
UCL has an international reputation as a multidisciplinary research-led centre for the study of all aspects of Scandinavian language, history and culture, from the Viking Age to the present. UCL boasts possibly the best Scandinavian Studies library outside Scandinavia.
The Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study
SASS is an association of scholars and others interested in the cultures of the Nordic countries. Founded in 1911, the society’s objectives are to promote Scandinavian study in America to encourage original research in the fields of Scandinavian languages, literatures, history, culture, and society; to foster closer relations between persons interested in Scandinavian studies in North America and elsewhere.
Hackney Empire, London
New Diorama Theatre, London
Pleasance Theatre, London
Riverside Studios, London
Rosemary Branch Theatre, London
Vestfold Festpillene, Vestfold International Festival