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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...

Internship Opportunity at the Czech Centre London

Czech Centre London is looking for interns to become part of our team during the summer and autumn of 2014, for the minimum of three months but ideally for up to six months, starting at the end of...

Miloš Urban: Lord Mord

Habsburg Prague at the end of the 19th century, seething with a tension between Czechs seeking independence and the German-speaking population who wield the power, is the setting of Milos Urban’s...

RETZ's The Trial

The Trial maps Franz Kafka’s seminal story across East London’s nooks and crannies. Follow Joseph K through this immersive, large-scale, interactive story as he comes to terms with his mysterious...

Marta Topferova & Tomáš Liška: Milokraj

Singer Marta Topferova & bassist Tomáš Liška, two cosmopolitan and visionary musicians, have both had illustrious careers involving a broad spectrum of music. "Milokraj" (meaning "beloved land" in...

New Wave Photography

United Creativity, an organisation representing emerging contemporary photographers from Central and Eastern Europe, brings to London the second edition of their exhibition, New Wave Photography....

The Art of the Impossible: Culture, Philosophy and Dissent from Havel to the Present

This conference seeks to identify the political, cultural, and philosophical questions that underlie ‘East European dissidence’ and consider their implications for dissent today, inter alia, in...

European Literature Night V

Now in its fifth year, and held simultaneously in capital cities across the continent, European Literature Night takes you on an enthralling journey across vivid cultural landscapes. Eight...

Red Balloon 86 by Hana Vojackova

Red Balloon 86 is an evocative display of fantasy work by Czech artist Hana Vojackova. Comprised of five large-format photographs and a video, it tells the story of a ghostly boy wandering around an...

Made in Prague UK Tour

Now in its 4th year, the Made in Prague, New Czech Cinema UK Tour 2013 showcases the best of contemporary Czech films. Five award-winning features demonstrate the vibrancy of Czech cinema departing...

Second Run DVD Double Bill: The Ear and Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

The upcoming Double Bill at the Riverside Studios will present the classics of Czech New Wave Cinema, Karel Kachyňa's The Ear and Jaromír Jireš's Valerie and Her Week of Wonders. Tickets are...

New Director at the Czech Centre London

Ladislav Pflimpfl, the Director of the Czech Centre in London, is leaving his position at the end of January 2013 after almost 10 years in the role: "Working at the Czech Centre and with a brilliant...

UK Film Premiere: Citizen K. + debate with Ztohoven

The Czech activist group Ztohoven will launch their new film Citizen K. at the Red Gallery in London. Using a seemingly simple trick with a photograph on an identification card, each of the group...

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