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Jakub Hrůša conducts in London

This concert led by Czech conductor, Jakub Hrůša, who was named by Gramophone in 2011 as one of ten conductors “on the verge of greatness”, presents works by Alexander Scriabin, Dmitri...

UK Premiere of Kooky by Jan Svěrák

The Little Angel Theatre will be screening the UK premiere of ‘Kooky’, a puppet film made by Oscar-winning Czech filmmaker Jan Svěrák. It tells the story of a little boy with asthma (Ondra) and...

Cross-Channel Reflections

The European Studies Department of the British Library presents a study day devoted to the European travel writing and migration from the late seventeenth to the twentieth century. How have British...

Walking Too Fast + Introduction and Q&A with director Radim Špaček

While monitoring the lives of the political enemies of totalitarian Czechoslovakia, a tyrannical secret agent becomes obsessed with the life and mistress of a leading dissident. Bored and no longer...

UK Premiere of Lidice

The horrific razing of the small Czech village of Lidice was Nazi Germany's only officially recognised act of genocide during World War Two. This contemporary film by Petr Nikolaev tells Lidice’s...

Theatre Workshops for children DraCzech

The Czech School without Borders presents a series of theatre workshops entitled DraCzech, which will run for five Sundays in the premises of the Czech Centre London. We hope that further language...

Artists' Roundtable: Perspectives on Collage with Pavel Vančát

Prague based curator Pavel Vančát (author of Jan Svoboda, Torst 2011) and Clunie Reid, an exhibiting artist at the Photographer's Gallery's Perspectives on Collage will discuss different approaches...

Sychrov: Supporting a Romantic Cause in Bohemia

For 20 years a small group of enthusiasts in the UK have, with the late Marguerite Kottulinsky Rohan - one of the last generation of Rohans to be brought up at Sychrov, supported the Czech State in...

I am a Fishead

HUB Westminster will be hosting its first Movie Monday night with a Cyech documentary I am Fishead which explores how antidepressants and psychopaths influence our society. Through interviews with...

Modelled figure of a mature woman from Dolní Věstonice now on show at British Museum

A unique exhibition at the British Museum titled 'Ice age art arrival of the modern mind' showcases art from 40,000 years ago with its subtle beauty in animal and human representations. Part of the...

Death of a Democrat

A screening of the 1992 television documentary about the death of Jan Masaryk will be introduced by its Associate Producer, Angela Spindler-Brown.

David Lawson speaks to Eva Erben about her memoir Escape Story

As a young girl Eva Erben and her parents were forced by the Nazis to leave their home in Prague to join one of the transports to the Theresienstadt Ghetto. The nightmare that followed is told by Eva...

Akleriah at the Queeen's House and Olympia Grand Hall

Akleriah will bring together an eclectic combination of dancers, musicians and performers for their performace Quedenraha at the Queen's House on 23 March. Between 14th and 17th March, Akleriah will...

Solu Boat Party

The facebook page Cesi a Slovaci in the UK organise their sixth Solu Boat Party (formerly known as Metropolis Boat Party) which will take place on the Golden Flame boat on the river Thames. This...

Talk with Eva Jiřičná

Czech architect Eva Jiřičná will discuss her work on the Church of St. Anna and St. Lawrence Na Křižovatce in Prague, conservation issues, difficulties with planning and her projects in the...

The House

After disowning his eldest daughter for marrying a man he disapproves of, irascible and stubborn Imrich starts single-handedly building a house for his younger daughter Eva who however dreams of...

Long Live the Family

Libor is a teacher turned bank manager, with a wife and two children. When his bosses’ fraudulent activity finds him in serious legal trouble, he persuades his family to take a trip away. Is he...

Walking Too Fast

While monitoring the lives of the political enemies of totalitarian Czechoslovakia, a tyrannical secret agent becomes obsessed with the life and mistress of a leading dissident. Bored and no longer...

Lidice

The horrific razing of the small Czech village of Lidice was Nazi Germany's only officially recognised act of genocide during World War Two. Nikolaev’s film tells Lidice’s story through its...

Alois Nebel

Employing a stark monochrome palette and stunning rotoscoped animation, Alois Nebel is a compelling adaptation of Jaroslav Rudiš and Jaromír 99’s graphic novel, and a hauntingly atmospheric...

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