So, I’ve been to Lygten Station a couple of times and it’s not a big place. It’s actually an old train station, which is now being used for improv comedy, festivals, concerts, movie nights etc. I don’t know much about the place and its history, but I do love to come here.
As a visitor, the first thing you should do, is take a walk around the area of Aksel Larsens Plads. That’s what I usually do. There is so much stuff to look at, so just go out and explore the area. You’ll find lots of great Arabian food and Turkish delights or you can eat tasty German food at Lygtens Kro.
When you reach your limit on multi-cultural foods, art and graffiti wall paintings, head back to Lygten Station and go watch whatever is on the program for the evening.
My first experience was joining in on a Japanese movie night, which was a true local experience. The volunteer workers there had put on Japanese headbands and served Japanese snacks and sake during the breaks. They got a 100/100 score from me that night!
Nowadays I usually go there for the improv comedy.
It’s always fun to go, it’s cheap beers, an international crowd and a really nice crew behind the bar. The entrance fee depends on the night, but it’s always cheap – sometimes it’s even free.