On behalf of Copenhagen Pride 2009, Audrey Castañeda and Dan Rachlin invite you to celebrate the right to love with them at Copenhagen City Hall Square on 1 August. The two entertainers aim to create a party for all ages – and, at the same time, send an important message about tolerance.
“I look forward to showing all our vistors from abroad how we can party at the City Hall Square, without any problems – a true party of love,” says popular Danish stand-up comedian Audrey Castanñeda as she invites you to celebrate the right to love on 1 August.
“We want to show that we have an open-minded and tolerant country,” adds her co-host, the experienced television personality Dan Rachlin, “especially as these days, this is not always the image we have internationally.”
“Remember to go to the toilet, and have plenty to drink next to you when the show starts,” says Audrey Castañeda, “it will be one endless rollercoaster ride and you won’t want to miss a beat”.
Read the rest of the interview in the August edition of Danish magazine Out-and-About.
Photograph: Magnus Arrevad