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Wandering

An exhibition of Marketa Cudlinova's paintings from the deserts of Israel and Sinai.

Jan Svankmajer - The Complete Short Films (DVD release)

The complete collection of short films by legendary Czech surrealist on DVD includes the bonus DVD with documentaries and other extracts.

Wenceslaus Hollar: The Man Who Drew London

Gillian Tindall´s talk is to mark the Hollar anniversaries at the British Library following the hugely successful exhibition London: Life in Maps. Tindall, acomplished writer and author of numerous...

Say Goodbye to Writer’s Block!

Encourage your friends, have a go yourself, come up with fact or fiction for the BCSA’s 2007 writing competition. Prizes will be awarded to the best 1,500 to 2,000-word pieces of original prose...

Czech Highlights at Cheltenham Music Festival

Concerts of Pavel Haas Quartet and Brno Philharmonic Orchestra are Czech highlights at this year Cheltenham Music Festival.

Golden Violins featuring Jiri Stivin

Slovakia's Golden Violins are a string and cymbalon ensemble led by violinist Martin Sleziak. Their repertoire is built from Slovakian folklore, ranging from music, film and dance evergreens to great...

Jarvis Cocker Plus The Valerie Project

At this year Meltdown Festival Jarvis Cocker presents 1970s Czech gothic fantasy Valerie and her Week of Wonders with the new film score performed by Espers.

Jan Kaplan: The most beautiful bridge in the world

An exhibition of photographs by an award-winning documentary film maker and a Prague historian, Jan Kaplan.

The Diary of Petr Ginz

Atlantic Books and Czech Centre London have the pleasure of inviting you to the book launch of The Diary of Petr Ginz with Chava Pressburger (Eva Ginz, Theresienstadt survivor)

Czech Songs and Psalms

Songs from the Theresienstadt Ghetto by Pavel Haas and Viktor Ullmann as well as Dvorak's wonderful ten Biblical Songs performed by Scottish singer Brian Bannatyne-Scott and Czech pianist Tomas...

Pulse Festival 2007

In its third year Pulse. the festival of Central European music, launches an open-air festival at the South Bank featuring Illustratosphere and Gipsy and also presents a wide range of musicians at...

Pulse Festival 2007

In its third year Pulse. the festival of Central European music, launches an open-air festival at the South Bank featuring Illustratosphere and Gipsy and also presents a wide range of musicians at...

Jan Svankmajer – Alchemist of the imagination

The first UK retrospective of work by Jan Svankmajer, Czech surrealist and animator coincides with the release of his latest feature-length film Lunacy.

Design Beyond Sight

An interactive showcase of Czech design prototypes and research products for visually impaired people.

Eurocultured 07: Swordfishtrombones

An alternative rock&pop group Swordfishtrombones from Brno will make its UK debut at a street celebration of European culture in Manchester.

Tri sestry

First UK gig by an established and popular Czech punk legend Tri sestry.

Vintage 1957 films - Jiri Weis: The Wolf Trap

To celebrate 50 years of European Union, European cultural institutes and Embassies in London have come together to organise a season of films made in 1957, the year the Treaty of Rome was signed....

Surveillance Cinema: The Ear (Ucho)

Karel Kachyna’s banned film from a communist surveillance society, The Ear (Ucho), is a part Surveillance Cinema season looking at some of the films that have predicted futures as well as reflected...

Wihan Quartet

With their unique and spellbinding sound, The Wihan Quartet has made an impact in concert venues around the world. Heirs of the great school of Czech playing, the Quartet takes its name from Hanus...

YOU

An exhibition of video artwork by two leading Czech artists, Jiri Cernicky's Train Station and Tereza Severova's No memory.

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