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Loophole to the Universe

“Would you mind if they steal the sky from you? Do you still care what’s up there? No. You probably prefer to peer downwards upon goods and sales. Maybe there are too many parties, or perhaps you...

Beyond Prague

Leading Czech poet Petr Borkovec returns to Manchester and Edinburgh with his translator, Irish poet Justin Quinn to celebrate From the Interior (Seren) and the Six Czech Poets anthology from Arc....

Citizen Havel

After the split of Czechoslovakia in 1992, former political dissident, leader of the Velvet Revolution, playwright, and essayist Václav Havel became the first president of a new country, the Czech...

Czech films at Shefield DocFest

Helena Trestikova’s long-term observation project that followed repeated delinquent Rene and a documentary about the changing concept of human nature and the domestication of animal and humans by...

Czech films at Winter Festival of Eastern European films in Edinburgh

A new film festival focusing on cultural and linguistic diversity in Eastern Europe includes works from Hungary, Poland, Serbia, Bosnia, Georgia, Slovenia and the Czech Republic alongside a major...

Three Veterans

A humorous fairy tale about human vanity, greed and the desire for happiness based on Jan Werich’s story.

A Cautious Path: The last century of Czech history

To commemorate 90 years of the independent Republic of Czechoslovakia on 28th October, the Operating Theatre Company present a fantastic opportunity to experience six contemporary and classic plays...

Czech documentaries at ‘What’s Art Doc?’

The second festival of European documentaries takes as its subject artists who cross boundaries and, in their work, invent a universal language. Spread over several venues, What's Art Doc? offers an...

Jan and Zdenek Sverak - A Tribute

The 12th annual Czech film festival at the Riverside Studios will feature a unique cinematic collaboration by a father and son in a tribute devoted to Jan Sverak, one of the most successful Czech...

Jiri Kovanda, Nina Beier and Marie Lund and Catherine Wood in conversation at Zoo Art Fair

Catherine Wood, curator at Tate Modern, will discuss with Jiri Kovanda and Nina Beier and Marie Lund, performances and the collaborative process in the exhibition All The Best at Gallery one one one.

Petr Eben Memorial Recital

A memorial recital for the great Czech composer Petr Eben, who died in October 2007, which includes his major work for piano, the five “Letters to Milena”. The programme also includes Handel’s...

Shining

Curated by Michaela Freeman, Shining includes emerging photographers from Czech Republic and the UK. Participating artists: Ben Camp, Jasmina Cibic, Jan Cihak, Katerina Drzkova, Dean Leavers, Jan...

From My Homeland: Concert 1

Wigmore Hall series of concerts ‘From My Homeland’ features Dvorak, music from the Czech Lands and works by Brahms.

Martin Skampa (cello) & Michael Rezek (piano)

Fundraising concert organized by UK Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks.

Cold War Modern: Design 1945–1975

Concentrating on the highly volatile years from 1945 to 1970, the exhibition examines the key themes of the period including the task of reconstruction in Europe after the war and the rise of...

Czech Films at London Film Festival

The UK premieres of witty and personal documentary 'Citizen Havel', Petr Zelenka's unusual take on theatre and life 'The Karamazovs' and Vladimir Michalek's comedy 'Of Parents and Children' will be...

Martinu - Bohemian in Exile

In anticipation of Bohuslav Martinu’s anniversary year, the Royal College of Music presents two concerts featuring some if his rarely heard chamber works.

Hunt and Kastner Artworks at Zoo

Hunt Kastner Artworks will feature the work of young Czech artists Zbynek Baladran and Josef Bolf at the Zoo Art Fair 2008, a showcase of 58 recently established galleries from 15 countries...

Songs from the Heart of Europe

The concert dedicated to the memory of Jan Masaryk, Czech foreign minister of London based exile government during WW2 and performed by Marta Vavrova (soprano) and Petr Vasicek (piano). Programme...

The Battle for Airways

A book launch of Czech-English The Battle for Airways with writer David Vaughan and Sir John Tusa at the occasion of 70th anniversary of Munich treaty. Battle for the Airwaves looks at the crisis as...

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