Welcome to HIT | Cph (Down The Rabbit Hole Theatre)

Down The Rabbit Hole is a Theatre company focused on the expansion of innovative, international English-language theatre in Denmark, under the artistic direction of Jeremy M. Thomas.

The Money Shot

by Neil LaBute 

The Money Shot by Neil LaBute will be playing May 12 – 28 at Krudttønden in Copenhagen. Do not miss this hilarious comedy !

Berghain in going on tour !! Stay tuned for more details coming soon…


12-20 August 

Copenhagen Queer Theatre Festival 

Please join us for our exciting Cph Queer Theatre Festival programme, where we will be presenting presenting a variety of international queer theatre performances ranging from an australian cabaret created by Moira Finucane, a hilarious ensemble comedy by Neil Labute, a naked solo performance, pop-up premieres, panel debates, artist gatherings and a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with the artistic process.

For tickets, advance booking to the free admission events or our exclusive All Access Festival Pass (475 DKK)  giving you the freedom to attend as many of the exiting events and performances, as you wish – please visit:


What People are Saying

The Shy Manifesto


“Daniel Niel Ash er alene på scenen i små 90 minutter, men sjældent har man set en mere fornøjelig monolog end denne… Ingen vil gå uberørt hjem efter Daniel Niel Ashs præstation.”


CPH Post
Berghain is brave, honest and above all a huge amount of fun. Embrace it. Go in your leather, bring a collar and a leash, wear a strap-on! Or whatever. Berghain doesn’t hold back and neither should you.

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

CPH Post
“Suffice it to say, this has been another masterclass by director Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen….as the title suggests, this is the story of Vanya, Sonia and Masha, and all three are brilliantly cast….Rosenmeier brings undeniable star quality as Masha… gives the ogress a pathos that makes her redemption a feel-good moment. And she also shines as a comic actress.”

Old Times

CPH Post  
“This…production of ‘Old Times’ must rank as one of the sexiest ever adaptations of renowned playwright Harold Pinter’s work….Its unlimited angles gave the audience the sense they were really look into someone’s living room as a voyeur… masterfully  presenting an absorbing re-interpretation of Pinter’s work.”