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DOT504: Holdin Fast

A dreamy ballad of sexual dependency is presented as a 50-minute-long performance by the DOT 504 Dance Company from Prague, Czech Republic. Plunge into the deepest visions of sexual fantasy, search...

Jan Svankmajer

Now in its 5th year, Moves has established itself as the largest exhibition platform in the UK for experimental short film and new media. Moves Classics opens with the spotlight on 20th century...

Miroslav Bartak at the Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival

Miroslav Bartak will present his work at the 5th Shrewsbery International Cartoon Festival where over 40 professional cartoonists from around the UK and overseas make caricatures and cartoons for the...

Smetana Piano Trio

The Smetana Trio, comprising the magnificent Jitka Čechová on piano, Jana Vonášková's tender and passionate violin, and the sturdy underpinning of Jan Páleníček's vibrant cello, are today...

Six Czech Poets

The launch tour of Six Czech Poets with poets Viola Fisherova, Pavel Kolmacka and Petr Halmay. This bilingual anthology edited by ALexandra Buchler brings the work of six Czech contemporary poets of...

Lida Hola: NEW Czech Step by Step II & Workshop

A presentation for Czech language teachers of NEW Czech Step by Step II, the eagerly awaited second part of the Czech language textbook designed for English speaking foreigners. Author Lida Hola will...

Dolls

Karin Babinska’s debut is a coarse coming-of-ager centered on three 18-year-old girls and their last summer trip before adulthood unravels. Screened as an Opening Night Gala at the 22nd London...

Jiri Belohlavek Presents Prague Spring International Music Festival and Martinu Revisited + Magdalena Kozena in film

Jiri Belohlavek, Chief Conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Ales Brezina, Director of the Bohuslav Martinu Institute, will talk about Czech music, Bohuslav Martinu, 64th Prague Spring...

E. H. Kalenda: The World After Narora - 1.The Retro-Key

A London based Author E. H. Kalenda has finished the first book of the fiction trilogy The World After Narora - 1.The Retro-Key. Born in the Czech Republic, raised in Italy, Eva spent her teens and...

Adolf Burger: The Devil’s Workshop

Adolf Burger, author of The Devil’s Workshop and last surviving Czech counterfeiter of the Sachsenhausen camp will launch the book and share his experiences and memories. Debate will be chaired by...

Made in Prague: The New Czech Cinema UK Tour

To celebrate the Czech Presidency of the EU Council a selection of the best Czech feature films and documentaries introducing the diversity of Czech culture and cinema will be launched on 6 March at...

Fairytale: Denisa Krausová and Lucie Ferlíková

Young painters from Morava with special sense for building of picture figurative composition and fairy-dramatic imagination. They got lot of attention after their appearance in gallery Entrance. From...

Exoticizm: Ondrej Brody (Czech Republic) a Kristofer Pateau (Finland-Germany)

“Conceptual neo-dadaistic artistic couple which haunts for grotesque aspects of both institutionalized art world and the very phenomena of art production itself.

Katja Lom: Dinner

London-based Czech visual artist and choreographer Katia Lom's latest work, "The Dinner", has been selescted as one of the works to feature in the 20th anniversary celebrations of Resolution!, the...

Czech Republic (Re)Visited

Images of the Czech landscape and Prague by Stanislav Pokorny and Dagmar Pavlikova.

BBC Symphony Orchestra / Belohlavek

Profusely romantic programme celebrates the vibrancy of Czech music, the strength of which influenced young Mahler and soared to sublime creative heights in Dvořák’s ‘New World’ Symphony....

1969 - Jan Palach and the Beginning of Normalisation

The series of events commemorating key anniversaries in Czech history illustrated by archival film material continues with 1968/9. 'Betrayal' focuses on key events: the return of the political...

Emil Hakl: Of Kids & Parents

Taking its cue both from Joyce’s Ulysses and Hrabal’s free association stream of anecdotes, Of Kids and Parents is about a father and son taking a walk through Prague, over the course of which,...

From My Homeland: Concert 4

Nash Ensamble’s series of concerts in Wigmore Hall ‘From My Homeland’ features music by Dvorak, Martinu and Smetana.

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