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Violence and Czech Culture

School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London organises in collaboration with Karolinum in Prague Czech Seminar launching three books published by Karolinum and...

Battle for the Airwaves

A book launch of Czech-English Battle for the Airwaves 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...

Jaromir Nohavica

Clearly the most popular and most listened-to Czech singer-songwriter, Nohavica is a star personality of Czech songwriting and a multi-talented artist.

Ohm Square

Ohm Square have played their electroalternative pop alongside the likes of Lou Reed and FatBoy Slim and soon release their second album TakingShape in the UK. Based in Prague, a collaboration of an...


There is no substitute for Czechomor, the world music phenomenon from the Czech Republic. Deeply rooted in Moravian village music, their repertoire reflects the passion and anguish of a region...

Czechmade, a new generation of glassmakers

After its successful premiere at London’s Flow gallery the exhibition featuring the work of three young Czech glass artist teachers: Anna Polanska, Lada Semecka, Martin Hlubucek and their students...

New Czech Glass in the Czech Republic

A presentation by Martin Hlubucek, designer and sculptor, introducing the Czechmade exhibition as well as work by young Czech glass artists who not only represent the best in contemporary Czech glass...

Le Chavendar at the Thames Festival

Le Chavendar – four young Czech musicians perform Gypsy latin-rhytm flavoured music on the outdoor stage in the front of the Queen Elizabeth Hall as a part of festival’s European Village...


DancEUnion, a European dance festival, presents a dance duet Synchronicity illustrating the existence of two people, problems in a relationship and disharmony of one’s imagination. This piece was...

Valerie and Her Week of Wonders - DVD release

A DVD release of this classic cult film by Jaromil Jires, presented in a new digital transfer with restored picture and sound.

Pat and Mat – DVD release

"Pat & Mat" is the highly acclaimed and hugely popular creation of Czech cartoonists Lubomir Benes and Vladimir Jiranek. Born in 1976, Pat & Mat have gone on to star in 77 hilarious episodes spanning...

Mila Judge-Furstova: History in the Making

Czech print artist Míla Judge-Fürstová and number nine gallery will be holding a special event at Berkeley Castle in July 2008.

Outside Prague: Avant-Garde Groups in Czechoslovakia 1928–1944

Antonin Dufek, former Head of Photography at the Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic, gives a talk on the avant-garde, Surrealist-influenced photographic groups which fl ourished in Mlada...

The Two Widows

This opera presents some of the most life-affirming music Smetana ever wrote. Based on French farce this fun tale of Czech country life in the late 19th century reveals a deep understanding of human...

Ivan Moravec, piano

Ivan Moravec is strongly associated with the music of Czech composer Leos Janacek and his Queen’s Hall recital beatifully balances 20th century pieces by him with those of Chopin and Debussy.

Pavel Haas Quartet

This terrific young quartet takes its name from the Czech composer Pavel Haas, a pupil of Leoš Janáček, who was deported from Czechoslovakia and died in Auschwitz. In 2007 the Quartet was awarded...

Czech Republic @ the Fringe 2008 Party and Launch of the Czech Performance Collection DVD

The official party and launch celebrating the first official Czech national showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe. For invited guests, professionals and the media.

Highlights from the Prague Quadrennial 2007

Photo exhibition illustrating the excitement of the world’s most important exhibition of performance design and space, which, in its 40th anniversary edition transformed Prague into a genuine...

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