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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...

The UK Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks invite you to Cello and Piano Recital

The Czech Republic has one of the densest concentrations of magnificent historic buildings, gardens and parks in central Europe. Huge efforts have been made by the state and private individuals since...

Farm in the Cave: Sclavi / The Song of an Emigrant, UK Tour

Following their triumph at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe where they picked up three major awards, the Czech theatre company Farm in the Cave returns to the UK with a truly moving piece about...

Czech films at London Film Festival

The UK premieres of ‘Empties’ by Jan Sverak and the documentary feature film ‘Marcela’ by Helena Trestikova will be the highlights of the Central European section at the 51st year of the...

Jakub Matuska aka Masker - Kamuky na Kamuky

An exhibition of Jakub Matuska, also known as the graffiti artist Masker, who is one of the leading representatives of the vibrant young Czech contemporary and street art scene. A student at the...

Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra plays music by Martinu and Dvorak

Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra invites you to a programme of Czech music by Martinu and Dvorak. We are very pleased that Peter Stark will be conducting us once again, and we are also delighted that...

Jenufa

In this tale of love, betrayal, violence, murder and forgiveness set in a tightly knit community, the playwrights Gabriela Preissová (1862–1946) and Timberlake Wertenbaker chart the conflict...

Czech National Day with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Celebrating his country’s National Day, Libor Pešek conducts a concert framed by Dvorák’s capricious orchestral Scherzo, and dances that are the Bohemian and Hungarian first cousins to the...

Six Czech Poets

An opportunity to hear two of the Czech Republic's most exciting young poets, Petr Borkovec and Katerina Rudcenkova, read from a new publication, Six Czech Poets (to appear in November 2007), and...

Jana Bouskova at The Oxford Chamber Music Festival

Multi-award winning Czech harpist Jana Bouskova joins international ensemble ‘Grand Septet’ to perform chamber music by Ravel, Berwald, Berkelye and Elgar.

They Do Things Differently There

Czech artists Petr Strouhal, Hana Valentova and Renata Kudlacek appear in this international exhibition of contemporary time-based art, which includes moving image, sound, installation and...

Design Beyond Sight

Czech innovation stars in an interactive display of tools, games and ideas for the visually impaired. The exhibition includes design prototypes, research objects and posters by Czech students of...

Second Storm

This international premiere is the result of a collaboration between Czech theatre company ‘Nanohach’ and the Scottish Dance Theatre. Choreographed by talented Michal Zahora and featuring three...

Thames Festival

The 650th anniversary of Prague’s iconic Charles Bridge is celebrated at London’s popular open-air South Bank festival with artists in medieval costumes, theatre performances and chanson by Jana...

Czech films at Edinburgh International Film Festival

Beauty in Trouble, I Served the King of England and It's Gonna Get Worse will be shown as a part of this year Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Object and Particle

Latest piece of Korean dancer and choreographer Ji-Eun Lee “Object and Particle“ is a contemporary dance performance created by a Korean choreographer and performed by Czech dancers, combining...

Jan Svankmajer touring season

The retrospective of Czech surrealist Jan Svankmajer in BFI Southbank is followed by touring season across the UK.

Freedom in the Air

Freedom in the Air, to be published by Pen and Sword Books in August, tells the remarkable story of a Czech airman, Václav Robert Bozděch, whose dog, Antis, flew with him in WW2 with Bomber...

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