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Leamington Music Festival Weekend

In October, Leamington Music will celebrate ten years of providing its winter concert series, the annual Leamington Music Festival Weekend and the Education Programme. This Festival Weekend marks the...

The Poetry Periscope Project

For four weeks the British Library Piazza will be home to the Poetry Periscope, a new sound installation for the public from Prague which contains a curated selection of poems from 30 European...

Jenůfa with Karita Mattila and Czech Philharmonic

Hear one of the leading dramatic sopranos of her generation, Karita Mattila, perform in Janáčeks powerful music drama. Jirí Belohlávek conducts the Czech Philharmonic in this tragedy about...

Janáček In Depth - What You Need to Know About Jenůfa

Explore in depth this opera about passion, jealousy, religious hypocrisy and redemption. Janáček’s gorgeous score accompanies voices who realistically follow the melodies of the Czech language....

New European Documentary: N-Capace

It all started with a refusal to suffer from her mother’s death. Anima in Pena (“tormented soul”), is at odds with her father and the places where she grew up. As she journeys from Terracina to...

Střešovická kramle at New River Studios

After successful concerts in London, Prague and Ostrava last year, and a collaboration with Sian Dorrer and Střešovická Kramle in Prague, bands Ravioli Me Away and WE will join Figs in Wigs for a...

Last Fata Morgana | Prague Edition

In February 2016 Czech Centre London and the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM) presented a fashion exhibition of emerging Czech designers as part of International Fashion...

reSITE 2016: Fifth international conference on “Cities in Migration”

On June 16-17, 2016, for the fifth consecutive year, Prague will be hosting the largest concentration of the world’s top architects, urbanists, urban planners and landscape architects and...

Josef Jedlička: Midway Upon the Journey of Our Life

Official launch of the first English-language translation of Midway Upon the Journey of Our Life, a darkly comic and long-banned novel from one of Czech literature’s voices rediscovered after the...

Boys Who Like To Play With Dolls at Trip The Light | Intercontinental Drifts #5

A choreography by Tereza Ondrová and Peter Šavel Boys Who Like To Play With Dolls will be featured at The Light | Intercontinental Drifts, a monthly platform (February-July 2016) where cutting edge...

Amanita Design at The Games Europe Plays

An interactive and playful exhibition, The Games Europe Plays at the Finnish Institute showcases independent and exceptional digital games for young people and families. The exhibition features games...

Tomáš Jamník in Bedford

The Philharmonia Orchestra performs three wonderful German pieces in this concert, beginning with Mendelssohn. The orchestra is joined by Tomáš Jamník for Schumann’s Cello Concerto, and the...

Czech and Slovak Stories: Želary

Želary is a 2003 Czech/Slovak film directed by Ondřej Trojan, starring Anna Geislerová. The movie received a 2004 Academy Award nomination in the Best Foreign Language Film category. It was...

Czech and Slovak Stories: The Ear

Ucho (The Ear) is a Czech language film by Karel Kachyňa, completed in 1970. This film was banned by the nation’s ruling Communist party(who were supported by the occupying Soviet forces). It...

Celebrating Zdeněk Svěrák´s 80th Birthday – The Elementary School

Celebrating the 80th birthday of his father, Czech actor, screenwriter and much loved Czech cultural icon Zdeněk Svěrák, film director Jan Svěrák and Zdeněk Svěrák’s fans are organising a...

Analogue Animations – A selection of the works of Jan Svankmajer

This presentation of a selection of the early short films from 1964-1972 of Czech Surrealist filmmaker-animator Jan Švankmajer, is the first of Deptford Cinema’s ANALOGUE ANIMATIONS monthly...

Boris Carloff live in Ipswich and London

Czech musician and composer Boris Carloff debuts in the UK this February, performing at Pump and Grind in Ipswich on Friday 19 February, followed by a London gig at The Social where Boris will be...

Father of the Nation - Charles IV. (1316–2016)

Charles IV (1316–1378) is considered to be the most famous and important King of Bohemia. Often called Father of the Nation despite his Luxembourgish origin, he was voted the greatest ever Czech in...

Chemistry of Love in Bristol

Ccientist and chemistry researcher Dr. Michael Londesborough uses William Shakespeare’s sonnets and the law of thermodynamics in his talk entitled CHEMISTRY OF LOVE, in which he explores what love...

Tomáš Jamník - Dvořák with Love

It was love that led Antonín Dvořák to compose one of the most famous pieces in classical music: his cello concerto in B minor. Thirty years earlier, the same love inspired him to write his first...

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