Søndergade går i FISK!

Oplevelsesstationer i Søndergade

Efter Brylluppet Fotograf: En Hemmelige Klub

Ingen billetbestilling, åbne oplevelsesstationer i Søndergade i angivet tidsrum:

Fredag kl. 15:00-17:30

Lørdag kl. 10:00-12:00 & 13:00-16:00

Søndag kl. 10:00-14:30


Man finder ikke altid det man søger, når man rejser ud på verdenshavene. Måske skyller man op på en skattekortstrand eller ender som fiskeføde. Måske farer man vild og finder et nyt hjem. Én ting er sikkert: Man ender altid med en håndfuld gode historier.


Inspireret af bysbarnet Vitus Bering, har kunstinitiativet en hemmelig klub, skabt 3 scenografiske stationer i gågaden. Stationerne sætter fantasien i gang og når skørbugen sætter ind, må man selv opfinde sine historier.


No ticket booking, open adventure stations in Søndergade in the specified period:

Friday from 3 pm - 5:30 pm

Saturday from10 am - 12 am & 1 pm - 4 pm 

Sunday from 10 am - 2:30 pm


Big Fish in a Small Pond

You don’t always find what you seek, when you travel the 7 seas. Maybe you wash up on a treasure-map-island or end up like fish bait. Maybe you get lost and find a new home. One thing is for sure: You always end up with a handful of good stories.


Inspired by Horsens-born Vitus Bering, the art collective the secret club has created 3 scenographic installations in the main street.


The installations trigger your imagination, and when the scurvy kicks in, you’ll have to make up your own stories.


THE SECRET CLUB - Welcome to our world. In Scandinavian languages, there are two words for play: One meaning to play a sport or a game - a competitive, goal oriented activity, and the other meaning to play, as in playing with toys - an activity that is collaborative and exploring. We think the latter is the more interesting: There are three possible outcomes to a game: Win, lose or tie, while collaborative play is open ended. A secret club plays in the second sense of the word, because collaborative play strengthens creativity and social skills - abilities we find crucial to solve some of the problems our world is facing.


In 2009, We started working with playful communication, storytelling, the creation of memories and homemade souvenirs, at first in the UK and now mainly in the town of Aarhus, Denmark.