From Iceland — Happening This Weekend: Jono Duffy, Une Misère & Yrsa Roca Fannberg

Happening This Weekend: Jono Duffy, Une Misère & Yrsa Roca Fannberg

Published May 3, 2019

Happening This Weekend: Jono Duffy, Une Misère & Yrsa Roca Fannberg

It’s the weekend and you’ve just been paid. Celebrate with these not-to-miss events in Reykjavík.

Friday, May 3rd
It’s Been A While With Jono Duffy
20:00, Tjarnarbíó, 2,900 ISK

Iceland’s only gay Australian comedian Jono Duffy is back with a new show. “Imagine that you and I were out drinking and I took you back to my place for an after party, where I shared all the stories from the last year or so,” he said about it. “Basically, it’s a drunken catch-up in reverse.” And the past year has, admittedly, been a doozy for the performer. “I attempted to get a TV show on the air, went to visit my family in Australia to introduce them to my (very) French boyfriend, and signed up for a half-marathon after doing almost no exercise for four years,” says Jono, laughing. “I also did a lot of soul searching and realised that I will always be a somewhat charming cynical douchebag who’s just plodding along in the crazy industry we call show business.” Warming up will be the incomparable power lesbian Kimi Tayler. Tickets are 2,900 ISK and you can buy them here.

Saturday, May 4th
Une Misère & Devine Defilement
21:00, Hard Rock Café, 2,500 ISK

Bring the misery with these hardcore heroines. Yes, the hardcore/rock/metal crossover Une Misère will lay waste to the Hard Rock Café on this special night along with death metal death eaters Devine Defilment. Shed a single tear for the Hard Rock, as it may be your last. PS: Listen closely and you might hear some new tunes from their upcoming album. Tickets are 2,500 ISK at the door, but 2,000 ISK online here.

Sunday, May 5th
Life, as it is lived, before the transformation
Until September 1st, National Museum Of Iceland

In stark black and white, Yrsa Roca Fannberg captured life in Árneshreppur, the smallest parish in Iceland. Crisp and unrelenting, the photos capture the symbiotic relationship between man, animal and dirt. The exhibit opens today, but you can catch it Tuesday to Sundays from 10:00 to 17:00 until September 1st. 

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