- Capacity: 40
- Clerance: 2.7m
- West wall: split into panels of 2.6-2.8m
- East wall: 11m
Our cosy Dansistova (Dancing room) is full of stories and history. Countless dances have been dances in this room, all watched over by William Heinesen’s iconic picture “The Nightmares”. The charming dancing room was purpose built for dancing Faroese chain dance and during the winter, local children use the space to learn the ancient tradition together with their adults.
Dansistovan is, however, also well suited for many other types of activities. At one end of the room there is a large glass wall with an optional black-out curtain which connects the room to the Lobby. The curtain is drawn, the room feels intimate, warm, dark and cosy, but when you open it, you get light, life, openness and a connection to the Nordic House’s dynamic architecture, and the people sitting in the Lobby can get a glimpse of what is happening in the room.