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Friday Jazz Night at the Secondo Bar (Clapham) featuring Martin Kratochvil Trio

A Friday jazz night at much popular and vibrant Clapham venue with Czech jazz and fusion legend Martin Kratochvil (piano) with Tony Ackerman (guitar) and Imran Musa Zangi (percussion).

In the mists: A festival of Janácek’s chamber music

Pianist Ivana Gavric curates a weekend festival of the music of Janácek in the intimate setting of London’s Forge. Over three evening concerts Ivana will be joined by a group of musicians who share...

CONDITION REPORT - New Photographic Art from the Czech Republic

CONDITION REPORT features the work of Kateřina Držková, Vojtěch Fröhlich, Kvetonovi (Radek and Zdeněk Květoň), Jan Měřička and Tereza Příhodová; a group of emerging artists associated with the...

Power of the Powerless

Czechoslovakia’s 1989 Velvet Revolution, instigated by a student-led movement which drew half a million people to the streets of Prague, is documented in this inspiring film narrated by Academy Award...

Masaryk University College London Society presents event with the United poet Tomas Mika

Performance by Czech poet Tomas Mika. An extraordinary show including goldfish and live music organised by the Masaryk Society of University College London.

Lost in London Town

Animated film Lost in London Town (11 min) by Dora Martínková, Zuzana Jungmanova and children from Malorees Junior School in London will be showing at the Museum of London during February half term....

Made in Prague, The New Czech Cinema UK Tour

FOUR CZECH FILMS, TWO MONTHS, 12 UK DESTINATIONS! Already in its third year, Made in Prague, the biannual New Czech Cinema UK Tour, is a showcase of the best of contemporary Czech films,...

Encoded Systems

A group exhibition of mixed media works featuring Justina Burnett, U Jae Chung, Alena Dostálová, Dotmancando, Marek Maria Dutka, Beatrice Haines, Yuichiro Kikuma, Hynek Martinec, Page Tsou, Johannes...

A Blonde in Love - DVD release

A subtle and beautifully observed social satire which maintains a remarkable balance between despair and hope, A Blonde in Love is widely regarded as one of the great films of the 60s.

Learning to Dwell: Adolf Loos in the United Lands

A season of events at RIBA celebrating the work and legacy of early Modernist architect Adolf Loos, exploring his influence on architecture and design in a series of interlinked exhibitions, displays...

Raising Dust - Encounters in Relational Geography

Curated by novelist and theorist, Richard Appignanesi, Raising Dust is a provocative multi-media exhibition which explores contemporary notions of identity and relativity by inviting a group of...

A Meeting with Martinů

Czech record label, Arco Diva, presents the World Premiere recording of an unknown unfinished opera - Le Jour de Bonté (The Day of Charity) by a major composer of the 20th century. A mix of film,...

Tereza Stehlíková – Sensory Strata

Solo photography exhibition of London-based Czech artist / filmmaker Tereza Stehlíková. A new photographic series tracing the outlines of, and scale shifts in, both external and interior landscapes....

Screen Green! - A Festival of European Documentaries

Screen Green! brings together documentaries from 14 European countries that focus on the ever relevant theme of the environment and humankind's fragile relationship with the natural world. Recent...

Lost in Translation?

LOST IN TRANSLATION is an exhibition exploring what it is like to live in another country through the works of British and Czech artists with experience of living in the opposite countries. Each...

Elaine Feinstein, Sylva Fischerová and Tomaž Šalamun and Kristiina Ehin - Poetry From the New Europe

A generation on from the fall of Communism, Southbank Centre presents some of the finest poetry from - and about - the shifting boundaries of the New Europe including Czech poet Sylva Fisherova.

Believe in People

Hugely engaging collection of pieces by Karel Čapek, one of the great European writers of the last century.

Elizabeth of Bohemia, The Winter Queen

An Illustrated Lecture by Baroness Dorothea Friesen. Elizabeth, who became Electress Palatine and Queen of Bohemia, was born Elizabeth of Scotland, the daughter of King James I and Anne of Denmark....

Historic Gardens and Parks in the Czech Republic, Their Restoration and Management

A Lecture by Inka Truxova of the National Monuments Institute in Prague. Bohemia and Moravia overflow with castles, chateaux, monasteries and historic houses many of which are surrounded by splendid...

Juraj Herz Double Bill: The Cremator + Morgiana

A DVD premiere of Juraj Herz´s stunning gothic melodrama Morgiana in a double bill with his classic The Cremator.

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