Czech Films at the 58th London Film Festival

At this year’s BFI London Film Festival Czech film is represented by a compelling sports drama set in Communist Czechoslovakia called Fair Play and Petr Václav’s perceptive and unconventional...

Pavel Haas Quartet at Wigmore Hall

Folksong and the unifying power of traditional culture flowed naturally into the creative lives of the composers in this concert. The Pavel Haas Quartet launches its Bohemia series at Wigmore Hall in...

Czech Music at Leicester International Music Festival

Under the banner Dvořák and the Bohemians, this year’s Leicester International Music Festival focuses on Czech classical music from Smetana through Dvořák and Suk to young composer Lukáš...

Dvořák Explored

Pianist Daniel Tong has assembled a thrilling line-up of musicians for a mini-festival celebrating one of the most natural melodists in musical history, Antonín Dvořák. His own London Bridge...

Markéta Kolíbalová at The Children's Bookshow

Markéta Kolíbalová will be part of a full day conference dedicated to literature in translation in the UK. She will be talking with Andrew Fusek-Peters about their collaboration on the...

London Lecture Introduces Alphonse Mucha

A lecture organized by The Friends of Czech Heritage will describe the life and work of a significant Czech artist Alphonse Mucha. The introduction will be given by the Art Noveau painter’s...

Between Gesture and Theatricality

In advance of Delfina Foundation’s 2015 programme, Performance as Process the Czech Centre is proud to partner with Delfina Foundation to showcase Between Gesture and Theatricality, an evening of...

Filip Turek for Divus London

Spoiled Joy by Filip Turek comes to Divus Gallery in London. 'The superficial pop-cultural blasphemy is just a shell, camouflage netting meant to deceive our senses.'

Czech Design at London Design Festival: Clay Works!

The Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain exhibits an experimental installation focussing on student research projects which examine the unique properties of porcelain and experimental manufacturing...

Czech Films at The Cinema of Childhood

The Cinema of Childhood, a touring film season focusing on pictures about children, features Czech films Long Live the Republic by Karel Kachyňa and The Unseen by Miroslav Janek among other 17...

Once Upon a Time: Czech Fashion at the International Fashion Showcase

The Czech Centre London and the Czech Fashion Council proudly present Once Upon a Time, a fashion exhibition of five emerging Czech designers organised as part of the British Council and British...

Workshop on Cooking with Chef and Director Peter Kerekes

Learn to cook goulash with film Director Peter Kerekes. Drawing inspiration from his film ‘Cooking History’, Peter will demonstrate how to make Czech Republic’s most famous dish whilst...

Czech Design at London Design Festival: Elements of Craft

Lina Kanafani curates an exhibition focusing on the influence of craft in design. Pieces by Angelo Mangiarotti and Roy McMakin present classics from the 70s and 80s set against works by over 50...

Mariana Serranová at Liverpool Biennial

Prague based independent curator, art critic and editor Mariana Serrano was selected to join the creative team of this year‘s Liverpool Biennial. She will be working with the Biennial’s leading...

Czech and Slovak Docs at Floating Cinema: Rolling Programme of Shorts: The Sea

In this thematic retrospective of diverse depictions of the sea throughout the history of cinema, renowned names of avant-garde film mingle with documentary poets and radical contemporary...

Czech and Slovak Docs at Floating Cinema: Empire Me: New Worlds are Happening!

Empire Me is a creative documentary by director Paul Poet. On the verge of globalisation, hundreds of do-it-yourself states create their own little world. Micronations, eco-villages and secessionists...

Czech and Slovak Docs at Floating Cinema: The Last Black Sea Pirates

The Last Black Sea Pirates swim in testosterone and rugged tenderness in a land of wilderness and legends, far from civilization. For 20 years, Captain Jack The Whale and his crew have been drinking,...

Czech and Slovak Docs at Floating Cinema: Solar Eclipse

Two Czech engineers, Milan and Tomáš, are sent on a mission to restore a solar electric system in a remote village in Zambia. It had been installed several years earlier as part of an international...

DJ Mr Ultrafino at Floating Cinema

DJ, musician, and vinyl collector who co-created Prague jazz/funk DJ scene. Exclusively for Floating Cinema, Mr. Ultrafino will spin the rarest and funkiest gems of his treasured Czech jazz vinyl...

Czech and Slovak Docs at Floating Cinema: Across the Border

Across the Border is a polyglot portrait of ideas about borders at the beginning of the 21st century. In an episodic journey five directors from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and...

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