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Eva Koťátková at the Liverpool Biennial 2010 International 10 – Touched

In an original commission by the Biennial, Eva Koťátková, 2007 winner of the most prestigious Czech young artists’ prize, the Jindřich Chalupecký Award, brings together pairs of senior...

HomeWorks: Czech designers at the London Design Festival

An international showcase of 40 designers chosen for their individual and experimental craft touch features works by Jakub Berdych and Gabriel Urbanek.

Arnošt Goldflam: The Green Room

Truda, Marie, Lisa and Klara work together in a small rural repertory theatre. They gossip, argue, moan and discuss their jobs and their love affairs and, above all, dream of a better, different...

Czech Design at the London Design Festival

Czech design returns to Earl‘s Court this year to present numerous original creations and concepts, including furniture, fashion and glass by the country’s best designers and studios. Expect a...

New Czech Cinema: The 14th Czech Film Festival

The annual Czech film festival focuses in its 14th year on contemporary Czech cinema, unveiling an impressive lineup of internationally acclaimed films.

Cinema as Poetry: František Vláčil

František Vláčil’s (1924 – 1999) poetic and metaphorical films are among the most impressive in the history of Czech cinema. While his best known films coincided with the period of the Czech...

Teens Jazzband Velke Losiny

Velke Losiny is the town in the Czech Republic where it all began for the Teens Jazzband in 2002. Now, still full of youthful exuberance, the band has the experience of eight years of brilliant...

Forgetting [pause] Pinter

Czech reinterpretation of Harold Pinter's take on the ways we perceive our history and present. Touches upon the playwright's own personality and deals with it in the best traditions of the 'Theatre...


Young, handsome and British, Ben got twelve years in jail for a crime he didn't commit. Only his hidden love to a beautiful Czech musical star Karin, keeps him going. When reading an advert for...

The White Dalmatian

An exciting, emotional and enlightening journey for children and parents. A spotted dalmatian is the fabulous new toy in the box and loved by all the other toys. But, the old witch is jealous and...

For You, Andel

This is the extraordinary true life story of Hana Pravda (a resident in West Kensington) who strove to perform her art against the back drop of Czechoslovakian anti-semitism, Stalin's Soviet Union,...

Scenes from The Three Wishes or The Inconstancy of Life

Acclaimed young opera company Second Movement will be showcasing scenes from their forthcoming production, the UK premiere of Bohuslav Martinù’s The Three Wishes, or The Inconstancy of Life. The...

Czech films at Edinburgh International Film Festival

Jan Hrebejk’s family drama Kawasaki’s Rose and Czech-Irish-Slovak co-pruduction film Foxes are part of this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Diamonds of the Night - DVD release

The debut feature from Jan Němec (director of The Party and the Guests, recently voted by New York Critics as one of the best films of the 60's), Diamonds of the Night is one of the most thrilling...

Míla’s leaving exhibition

After seven years as the Artist in Residence at Cheltenham Ladies' College, this is your last chance to see Mila's work before she sets up studio following her recent election as the youngest ever...

Daria Klimentová: My World of Ballet

A photographic exhibition by Prima ballerina Daria Klimentová of The English National Ballet capturing the movement, beauty and art of her fellow dancers. Never seen without a camera, Daria...

Central European Classics: Michael Hofmann, George Szirtes, Stephen Vizinczey, Tomáš Zmeškal

A rising star of Czech literature Tomáš Zmeškal will discuss together with the other panelists four seminal works of leading Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romaniam and Austrian writers including Josef...

Petr Dub at Sovereign European Art Prize exhibition

Czech artist Petr Dub’s work ‘Transformer no.2’ will be exhibited at the Barbican Centre amongst the 29 other shortlisted artists works in this year Sovereign European Art Prize exhibition.

Daises (Sedmikrásky)

Věra Chytilová's surrealist classic and one of the landmarks of Czech cinema screening as part of the RoxyBar & Screen's inspired Extraordinary Film Season.

Nash Ensemble Theresienstadt Weekend

The name Theresienstadt or Terezín to give it its Czech name has become synonymous with the greatest propaganda lie in the Nazi reign of terror.

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