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When was the last time you explained a Nobel Prize to your friends? After this evening event, you will be able to shine. Welcome to an evening where we celebrate the 2023 scientific Nobel Prizes with a performance in two acts.

During act one, we will challenge representatives of the Nobel Committees that select the laureates to explain why the discoveries being rewarded this year are so important that they deserve the world’s finest prize. We will not give up until they have explained this in a way that we all understand. It will be up to the audience to decide whether they get a passing grade.

Join us and see how the members of the Nobel Committees in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine meet this challenge: Ulf Danielsson, Pernilla Wittung Stafshede and Anna Wedell. Moderating, asking and asking again – to ensure that we understand – will be Carin Klaesson and Gustav Källstrand from the Nobel Prize Museum.

After the break, Josefin Johansson and Fritte Fritzson will follow up with a whimsical act two. “There will be a Nobel quiz, a sketch, some standup and maybe even a song!” they explain. Both of them have won På spåret, an educational game show on Swedish Television (SVT), and have a great interest in knowledge and science. Josefin is the author of the book Dynamitgummor (Dynamite Ladies), about women who have been awarded the Nobel Prize. Since 2015 Fritte has been responsible for the podcast Allt du velat veta (Everything You’ve Wanted to Know). 

The evening’s event will be in Swedish.


17:00 Foyer doors open – a chance for the audience to mingle over light refreshments and beverages  

18:00 Crash Course on this year’s scientific Nobel Prizes 

Break, with beverage service 

Entertainment and Nobel Prize themed quiz featuring Josefin Johansson and Fritte Fritzson 

20:30 Bar service and music in the foyer for those wishing to celebrate a little longer