16. 10. 2011
Festival 4 + 4 Days in Motion Will Set Prague in Motion
Between the 15th and 22nd October, Prague will buzz to the tune of 4 + 4 Days in Motion festival. This year the international festival of performing arts will be introducing a fantastic line up of progressive international dance and theatre ensembles. Apart from that, the event offers a great exhibition called Happiness prepared by 23 Czech curators in the building of former Centre for Folk Art Production at Národní třída along with other projects by interesting Czech artists.
3. 8. 2011
French Ensemble Malabar Will Open Letní Letná (Summer Letná )
Free performance will launch 14 days of theatre marathon on 21st August.
27. 7. 2011
Lávka River Stage Festival Is Coming Back to Charles Bridge
For the second time this summer, Prague will host the Lávka River Stage 2011 Festival. Club Lávka under Charles Bridge and the nearby lagoon will present mingle of classical ballet, opera, street theatre and light show between 31st July and 30th August.
27. 7. 2011
Let’s Dance Prague International Festival
The international dance festival Let’s Dance 2011 starts in a few days. Despite its six-year-old tradition, the festival will present a number of innovations, one for each year.
19. 7. 2011
Czech Premier of Kings of the Sun Gala Ballet
Project coming to the National Theatre 4th August
14. 7. 2011
Shakespeare Open Air in the Piazzeta of the National Theatre
From 17th to 22nd July 2011, Prague will host an important international event: The 9th World Shakespeare Congress. One of the co-organizers of the event is the National Theatre, which will host a number of lectures and festival meetings in its historical building as well as in the Estates Theatre.
16. 6. 2011
Theatre in Public Places
Last Prague Quadrennial (PQ) counted some 40 thousand visitors, which suggests that this year’s 12th edition will be record-breaking. It can already boast about being the biggest in history.
10. 6. 2011
Baroque Theatre Comes to Prague
Prague Baroque Festival, which emphasises the return of Baroque to the city, is one of the cultural highlights of Prague this summer.
9. 6. 2011
Romantic Ballet Onegin Celebrates Comeback
The most successful ballet of the 20th century Onegin celebrates comeback to the stage of the National Theatre. Motifs from the novel in verse Eugene Onegin were made into poetry of movement and dance by world-renowned choreograph John Cranko. The National Theatre Orchestra will interpret Tchaikovsky’s music under the baton of Sergey Poluektov.
7. 6. 2011
Prague Dance Festival with Shaolin Monks
The 23rd edition of the Prague Dance Festival (Tanec Praha), which will be held from 6th to 29th June in Prague and another nine towns in the CR, presents a great number of world-famous artists of the dancing scene, many of whom have never performed here before.