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Vaclav Havel: To the Castle and Back

The first new book in 17 years from the great dissident-turned-politician, who along with Walesa and Gorbachev will always be an icon of the magnificent, bloodless collapse of Soviet Bloc Communism.

Faces in the Void

"Faces in the Void" traces the steps of a historical Torah Scroll from Nazi-occupied Bohemia to Cambridge, through contemporary images by renowned photographer Marion Davies and the writings of...

Archetypical Encounter of the Third Kind

Etta Ermini Dance Theatre presents a 20 minutes dance theatre piece for three performers including Czech ballet dancer Tereza Havlickova.

Jan Palach

A talk about life of Jan Palach, a Czech student who set fire to himself on Wenceslaus Square in Prague on 16 January 1969 in protest at the reimposition of...

Czechmade, a new generation of glassmakers

Exhibition featuring the work of three young Czech glass artist teachers, Anna Polanská, Lada Semecká and Martin Hlubuček and their students.

Tereza Stehlikova: The Story of Violet

A beautifully written and illustrated tale that recognises the dreams and longing of children – and adults – of all ages, The Story of Violet speaks with a timeless insight into the mystery and...


Concert of Czech rock/electronic band.

Hothouse International - Artists Exchange Stories

As part of Hothouse Open you are invited to an afternoon of talks and an exhibition show casing Free Form's 2007 International programme of artist exchanges to Prague, Bucharest and Turda. From...

Return of the Art Dead

RETURN OF THE ART DEAD is the inaugural exhibition of the Divus Unit 30 space in London Shoreditch. Divus Unit 30 will be showing international artists, especially from the Middle and Eastern Europe,...


Concert of a popular Czech band.

Chloe Hanslip (violin) and Jiri Barta (cello)

The award winning young British violinist is a genuine rising star on the international scene. Jiri Barta is the most admired young Czech cello player of his generation. In a rare joint appearance,...

The Wihan Quartet: Complete Beethoven String Quartets Series

Since winning the London International String Quartet Competition in 1991, the Wihan Quartet has developed an impressive international career and is ‘Visiting Quartet in Residence’ at Trinity...

London International Dance Film Festival: Car Men

As a part of Dancefilm shorts LIDFF will show a film by Czech choreographer and director of Nederlands Dans Theatre Jiri Kylian.

Made in Prague: The New Czech Cinema, UK Tour

Selected programme of Made in Prague, The New Czech Cinema festival, goes on UK tour in Picturehouse Cinemas.

Pavel Zemek Novak: 24 Preludes and Fugues (1989–2006)

Pavel Novák, also known as Pavel Zemek, is one of the most individual and distinctive Czech composers of his generation. His music reflects both his devout religious faith and his interest in...

Beauty For One Day

"Beauty For One Day" is the Show Title of Tereza Buskova, who has recently completed MA in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art. Buskova will be showing her screenprints ("The Suitors" and "Wedding...

The Loyal Guard: Czech Gallery Movies and Videoart

This programme illustrates the various possible ways of approaching film and a variety of young Czech artists working today. Katerina Seda documents an event through which she brings together her...

Made in Prague - The New Czech Cinema

This 11th festival of Czech cinema features ten programmes and a selection of some of the best Czech films of the past two years.

Lets Come and Play & Disco Party

Beloved animated heroes ‘Bears’ playing out their stories (They Met at Kolin, You Don’t Sniff round Princesses); two naughty kittens, tireless rogues who want artist Honza to paint everything...

Marketa Lazarova on DVD

Voted the best Czech film ever made, Frantisek Vlacil’s 1967 film Marketa Lazarova is a powerful and passionate medieval epic set in the mid-13th Century. Based on avant-garde writer Vladislav...

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