An ambitious and creative project which brings together 15 outstanding European playwrights and the best new talents in writing, directing and acting from the North of England in series of workshops,...
Number Nine shows this new collection of original etchings by one of the greatest talents in this country.
Through the medium of photography a group of artists explore their relationships with their eastern European homelands.
Novacek’s lunchtime concert as a part of Brighton Festival.
Emil Viklický, Laco Tropp and Josef Feczo in concert which is a part of Dekkor Records Week - a week-long line-up of the most gifted artists of this UK label representing up-and-coming jazz talents.
A revealing portrait of Jan Kaplicky, architect and founder of a highly influential architectural and design practice Future Systems. It is a dialogue between the film director and the architect...
Jazz music in combination with classical elements and traditional folk sources from each country.
The SENSATIONAL Golden Violins, Jiri Stivin & Dalibor Karvay play with a light touch, yet burst with energy.
A concert of unconventional Czech acoustic ensemble which combines classical instrumentation with a light rock/ progressive musical setting.
A concert of alternative music / break beat as a part of Pulse Festival 2006.
Imbued with playful humour, melancholy, passion, courage Czechomor’s unique brand of Czech folk/world music evokes images of their homeland and the nature of its people.
Now in its second year, the Pulse Festival 2006 promotes the best of East and Central European music and culture from Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.
“Between Stigma and Enigma” is the first edition of a new Fashion in Film Festival held in three London venues: Ciné lumière (French Institute), the Horse Hospital, and the Institute of...
Four concerts of Pavel Sporcl who ranks among the foremost representatives of today’s young generation of violinists.
Katerina Seda, freelance curator and critic Karel Cisar and Andrew Nairne, Director of MAO will discuss Seda’s artistic practice in the context of new art from the Czech Republic.
Challenge and Change: Decorative Arts and Glass in the Czech Republic in the 20th and 21st Centuries
Accompanying the stunning exhibition of glass from the internationally renowned Lhotsky Studio in the University Art Gallery at Grand Parade will be a day-long seminar that explores the place of...
Free filmscreening as an accompanying programme to Katerina Seda’s exhibition in Modern Art Oxford.
A new book by Ivan Margolius to be published by John Wiley & Sons, London in April 2006. The major events, upheavals, suffering and triumphs of the 20th century.
Vasulka Lab is the first UK touring exhibition of seminal works by pioneering media artists Woody & Steina Vasulka who have had their hands on origin and development of video art and media art in New...
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...