Come to the opening reception of a new pop-up store, get the chance of getting close to a number of products from around the world, and hear the stories that come with them.
Follow the mini wagon around the streets of the city, heavily loaded as it is with interesting products – and guarantee yourself the best buy! Join the competition of buying products at the lowest price and enjoy your chance of becoming one of the few lucky winners of this game.

They often call China “the world’s largest factory”. Every Dane owns something with the label “Made in China”. Just take a look at your smartphone, your clothes or your makeup. All of these products are produced by 270 million Chinese workers. Even in this very moment.
Are you interested in how these people work, what they think of you, and what kind of dreams they have? Or do you think that you have nothing to do with it?

A new theatre performance, ”Buyer’s Paradise”, highlights the connection between Chinese workers and Danish consumers, both of whom are caught up in a global system of production and consumption.

The audience is watching the performance from the inside of the empty shop.


performers: Fanny Louise Bernth, Line Rosa Lee Pallisgaard, Vass Imre, Max GPS
music: Bartha Márk
visual design: Therese Annebelle Jensen
text, dramaturgy: Gritt Uldall-Jessen
consultant, translator: Jun Jimbut Feng
technical director: Brian Larsen
production leader: Dorthe Schmidt Schou
director: Boross Martin
supported by: Committee for Performing Arts Project Funding (The Danish Arts Foundation), S. C. Van Fonden, Passage Festival