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Czech music for Wind

The Royal College of Music presents a concert of Czech music by Janacek and Dvorak.

Soul-étude - Installation by Petr Nikl and music by The Balanescu Quartet

Petr Nikl, a leading Czech visual artist and performer, combines theatre, visual art and live music by the acclaimed Balanescu Quartet into a unique experience in the atmospheric Old Abattoir. Nine...

Farm in the Cave Theatre: Sclavi – The Song of an Emigrant

Gushing torrents of polyphonic songs punctuated by raw physicality creates the frenzied dream of an anonymous Slovak migrant who has just retruned home. This play based on research in east Slovakian...

New in Czech!

30 documentary photos by Michal Selinger of the most interesting Czech performances from the field of physical, dance, visual, interactive, vocal, non-verbal and cross-over theatre. As seen at the...

Prague Quadrennial 2007

An interactive installation by the celebrated Czech visual artist Kristof Kintera acts as an invitation to the Prague Quadrennial 2007, the only event of its kind and magnitude in the world...

Maxidog Fik and his friends

Children’s heroes Maxidog Fik, Bob and Bobek, Bee Teddies, Edudant and Francimor as well as Amina among others bring their charming bedtime stories to children under five. Dress up as your...

Klubko

Afternoom for Czech children and their parents

From Prague to Hollywood: The Cinematography of Miroslav Ondricek

Miroslav Ondricek, Director of Photography, will be a guest at this homage to his work. The season explores Ondricek’s career in the Czech Republic, England and Hollywood as well as celebrating his...

Czech films at London Film Festival

Three Czech films at the Times BFI London Film Festival which showcases the best new films from around the world and celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2006.

Impulse 8 – Chinaski

Concert of a popular Czech band.

Libor Novácek, Piano

The 15th series of YCAT Wigmore Lunchtime concerts, a wonderful showcase for the artists currently represented by Young Concert Artists Trust, opens with a recital by Czech pianist Libor Novacek, a...

Jenufa - Janácek

ENO continues to champion the music of Leos Janáček with a riveting realisation of Jenůfa, the work that launched the composer’s operatic career. Visionary director David Alden stages a new...

In the Face of History

Set against a backdrop of one hundred years of change and conflict, In the Face of History brings together the work of many of the greatest European photographers of modern times. The exhibition...

Alexandra Berkova & Magdalena Platzova, Short Stories by Czech women

Two leading Czech women writers, Alexandra Berkova and Magdalena Platzova, will read extracts from Povidky, collection of short stories, in which young women drift through Prague wondering about...

Reality Check

Following last year’s Central European documentary film festival “Across the Border” this year’s season showcases work by outstanding ‘documentarists’ from Austria (Michael Glawogger),...

Burton Manor Study Weekend - The Symphonic Poem in the Czech and Slovak National Music

The 19th century saw the rise of the story-telling symphonic poem. The Czech and Slovaks made important and attractive contributions to this new genre, the subjects for which were largely derived...

The Mayor’s Thames Festival

The annual Thames Festival is a spectacular, free, open-air celebration of London and its river, with an amazing weekend programme of events that transforms the River Thames, and the parks and open...

Czech Glass - Jaroslav Matous and Ales Vasicek

An exhibition of work by glassmakers Ales Vasicek and Jaroslav Matous represent the legacy of the generation who have defined the contemporary standing of the Czech glass movement on the world art...

Metamorphosis

Kafka’s terrifying but bizzarely comic story bursts onto the Lyric stage in a theatrically explosive new version with original music by Nick Cave and fellow Bad Seed Warren Ellis.

Josef Marek at International Festival of Glass

Talented glassmakers from around the world, including Josef Marek from the Czech Republic, will be sharing their wisdom and experience in the International Festival of Glass Lecture Programme.

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