Emil in Lönneberga

Here in Katthult, Emil lives with his father Anton, his mother Alma and little sister Ida. Alfred the farmhand lives in the farmhand’s room and Lina the maid sleeps in the kitchen. Of course there are also many cows, horses, pigs and chickens who live here. Katthult would be quiet and peaceful, if not for Emil. “That boy is always up to mischief,” says Lina. “I’ve never seen the like of him.”

It’s you and Emil

“Come, I want to show you something!” That’s what you might hear when you arrive at Katthult, and it’s probably Emil who wants to lead you into some mischief. He’s good at coming up with games, Emil. And if you want to join in the fun, you are free to do so in any way you like. If the family is not home, you can still play in Katthult, in the small rapids by the lake, in the play barn and, not least, in the woodshed, where Emil’s collection of wooden figures are also lined up on display.

Step right into the story

You can meet many of the characters you know from the books and films about Emil, both during and between the theatre performances. And if you don’t know them already, it’s an exciting way to meet them for the first time.

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“S’not something you plan, mischief, it just happens. And knowing it’s mischief, well you don’t until it’s happened.”

From Emil in Lönneberga