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Apathy as a response to the world's most important global problems is one of many issues we are not discussing. Instead of thinking over important issues many of us go ... to the gym. DOX has grasped this modern trend and installed a gym right in the gallery premises, but here you are forced you to take on the big issues threatening our world every day. This is a chance to work out your muscles and become more informed about what's happening around and may be even willing make a change.Read more
International human rights and documentary film festival that takes place not only in Prague, but in many cities and towns in the Czech Republic. The topics raised range from political and social to environmental, lifestyle and human rights. Jeden svět is also a platform where people can discuss movies with filmmakers. The festival is an important and thought-provoking social event!Read more
Easter market at Toulcův dvůr will offer a set of workshops where everyone will be able to make traditional whistle, ratchet, pomlázka, which is a willow tree whip or other traditional Easter symbols. Visitors will have a chance to see artisans performing their crafts, sing Easter songs, buy small souvenirs, taste traditional dishes, in short celebrate the beginning of spring in lively and warm atmosphere!Read more
Sergei Polunin is the superstar of contemporary ballet scene, a passionate and extremely talented dancer he scandalously left the ballet world in 2012 on the verge of his career. Three years later he came back to ballet in the video to the song ''Take me to Church” shot by a famous photographer and director David LaChapelle, it went viral on the internet.
This year Sergei Polunin will perform in Prague for the first time. The first part of the evening will offer both the most famous classical ballet works as well as a modern stage ballet. The second half of the performance will include the title piece Satori.
Alice Phoebe Lou is a South African singer-songwriter now based in Berlin. Alice is known for her bluesy, folk sound and fiercely independent approach to music. At the beginning of her career she used to busk a lot around Berlin, performing covers of famous songs along with her own compositions. Thanks to her talent and radiant energy she soon became a part of Berlin creative community and collaborated with other musicians. On the 8th of October come to Futurum Music Bar to listen to her new independently released album 'Paper Castles'.Read more
Prague Spring 2019 is the 74rd International Music Festival with long history beginning 1946 that will take place at different festival venues all around Prague.
About 50 concerts will please judges of good orchestral music, fans of chamber music, lovers of contemporary and modern interpretations of the music of the past.
For tickets and program visit their website.
A two-day worlwide festival of architecture when many buildings that are normally closed to public open their doors. Two years ago 43 buildings were opened in Prague and 43 353 visitors took part in the festival. Besides, look forward to excursions, lectures and workshops for kids! A great way to know Prague better. (some buildings require registration beforehand)Read more
Prague Fringe is nine days full of laughter, music, physical theatre, singing, cabaret, drama and you name it! In short it is a festival of English-language theatre presenting shows from all over the world.
Perfomances mostly last for 45 - 60 minutes which means that you can see several shows over the course of an evening and then join the jolly afterparty! There are perfomances for all levels of English and for people of all ages!
Prague drinks wine is the biggest wine festival in the capital focusing on authentic wines from the Central Europe region.
You can look forward to more than 60 winemakers mainly from family owned wineries from Habsburg Monarchy region and many other regions as well. The main theme of the upcoming vintage will be wines produced in kvevri, in traditional Georgian earthenware vessels.
To attend the event one has to buy a ticket.
May 24th 1:00PM – 8:00PM
May 25th 11:00AM– 6:00PM
XVI. International Festival of New Circus and Theatre. You will see perfomances of Czech and international contemporary circus groups. The event has magnificent, magical and relaxed atmosphere, reminiscing the ancient world of traditional circuses. Have a look at the festival programme as some shows have free entry.Read more
For 7 years of its existence Signal festival has become one of the most visited cultural events in Prague and now represents an internationally respected platform in the field of visual art. Signal festival is four days of video mapping, site-specific projections, interactive and light installations on many places around Prague.
The festival introduces cutting-edge technologies and innovative forms of visual art connecting them with the historical image of the city. Every year this event makes thousands of people go to the streets in the evening and look at familiar surroundings in the new light!