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ELN VII: The Lunchtime Launch

A slice of European literature and translation. Buy yourself some lunch and get a taste of Europe. Spain’s Jesús Carrasco will treat audiences to a bite- sized reading of his new book Out in the...

ELN VII: The Emerging Translators’ Network - Translation Clinic

Are you interested in the world of literary translation? Do you have burning questions about how to get involved, how to approach publishers, how much to charge and just how long it takes...

ELN VII: Bridging the Gap – Stories and histories in translation

If writing attempts to create links between past and present, the foreign and the familiar, dreams and reality, then arguably translation is another kind of bridge between worlds. This panel of...

ELN VII: The Choreography of Translation

How does literature from smaller European nations, written in less well- known languages or from less familiar traditions, reach wider European audiences? Explore the roles played by translators,...

European Literature Night VII: When Home Is Far Away

Living away from home, being away from family nowhere near the touchstones of childhood memories is something many of us choose to do. But what if you haven’t chosen such a life and it has simply...

The Žítková Goddesses (Žítkovské bohyně) by Kateřina Tučková at Liars’ League

Writers write, actors read, audience listens, everybody wins. That’s the motto of Liars’ League, the award-winning, globe-straddling short story night which has been running in London since 2007....

ELN VII: In Spoken Word with Xavier Baumaxa

Telling the stories of the continent through the universal rhythm of poetry, a host of Europe’s most vibrant poets and spoken word artists gather together for one night only to share their...

ELN VII: The Writers

European Literature Night’s seventh appearance in the UK takes us on an engaging literary tour of the continent, travelling from the northerly reaches of Denmark, east to Poland and Slovenia, to the...

Jan Poupě in London for Czech Centre Artist Residency

The Czech Centre London is proud to welcome artist Jan Poupě to the United Kingdom in April 2015 for a week-long visual arts residency. Jan Poupě is a Czech painter, a student of the Academy of Fine...

Wihan Quartet - 30th anniversary

Over the past three decades, the Wihan Quartet has flourished on the world stage thanks to performances shot through with rhythmic élan and gripping commitment. The ensemble celebrates its 30th...

Fruit of Paradise (Ovoce stromů rajských jíme) – DVD release

The late, great Czech filmmaker Věra Chytilová followed her iconic film Daisies (1966) with the even more extraordinary Fruit of Paradise. Examining issues of truth and lies, friendship and betrayals...

Czech Language Courses - Spring Term 2015

The new spring term of the popular Czech language courses at the Czech Centre starts on 13 April 2015. This term's courses will run for 12 weeks with one two-hour lesson a week (Monday to Thursday,...

Czech Philharmonic UK Tour

In April 2015, the Czech Philharmonic with the Chief Conductor Jiří Bělohlávek will tour six cities of the United Kingdom. Soon after its founding in 1896, the Czech Philharmonic became the most...

Not Necessarily About Politics: Czech Writing Today

Havel, Hrabal, Kundera, Klíma. Most Czechs translated into English have been political, and most of them have been men. But there’s more to Czech literature than just the Fantastic Four. Join...

Defiance and Compassion: The Films of Věra Chytilová

In our tribute to one of the key filmmakers of the 60s, we pay homage to Chytilová’s consistent moral vision and innovation. When Věra Chytilová first applied to the Prague Film School, she...

Jan Kaplický: Drawings

Jan Kaplický Drawings presents work by the Czech architect Jan Kaplický (1937-2009) – a visionary designer with a passion for drawing as a means of discovering, describing and constructing. Through...

Dodgeball (Vybíjená) + Q&A with director Petr Nikolaev

This film, based on a novel by Michal Viewegh and combining melancholy and the grotesque, is story of friendship, fateful loves, alcohol, beauty and ugliness, but above all about the sadness that...

Jana Vébrová at Global Village Festival in Wales

Czech singer, song-writer and accordionist Jana Vébrová will perform at the11th Global Village Festival, a multicultural festival that brings people together to celebrate our diversity through art,...

Cemetery Romance with S.d.Ch. accompanied by a host of British Poets

Czech artist, writer and dramatist Miloslav Vojtíšek will be joined by a series of contemporary British poets for a unique literary tour of the magnificent Kensal Green Cemetery. S.d.Ch. who has...

Academy of St Martin in the Fields / Jeremy Denk

The UK’s leading chamber orchestra, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, presents a concert including compositions by two of the great Czech composers, Antonín Dvořák and Josef Suk. Dvořák’s...

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