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Prague TV

Crazy night shopping

Prague TV |
27 May 2013

Nike Prague and World Class invite you for a night shopping that will take place 28 May from 9pm.

New cinema releases

Prague TV |
24 May 2013

Agent Luke Hobbs offers to clear criminal records of Dom Torretto's gang in exchange of helping him take down a skilled mercenary organization in the action movie Fast & Furious 6. The classic comedy The Big Lebowski returns to Czech cinemas as a part of Projekt 100. Also check out the Chilean drama No, Pedro Almodovar's new comedy Los amantes pasajeros, the Czech documentary Fulmaya and the Swedish thriller Hypnotisören.

Prague Spring

Prague TV |
23 May 2013

The 68th edition of Prague Spring kicks off on 12 May.

City of Lions and Gods

Prague TV |
23 May 2013

he Prague Fringe Festival is featuring an award-winning show City of Lions and Gods at Malostranská beseda between 24 and 31 May.

Creative writing with Brenda Flanagan

Prague TV |
22 May 2013

AAU invites the public to attend a creative writing and short fiction class with award winning novelist Brenda Flanagan.

Prague Food Festival

Prague TV |
22 May 2013

The three-day Prague Food Festival returns on 24 May to the Royal Gardens at the Prague Castle.

Apparat at Akropolis

Prague TV |
21 May 2013

German electronic musician Apparat is coming to Akropolis in support of his latest album Krieg und Frieden on Tuesday, 21 May.

Rebekka Karijord at Roxy

Prague TV |
21 May 2013

Stockholm-based musician and composer Rebekka Karijord is coming to Prague for the first time on Tuesday, 21 May.

The Intimate Circle in Contemporary Czech Photography

Prague TV |
21 May 2013

The City Gallery of Prague is hosting an extensive exhibition of contemporary Czech photography reflecting on the theme of intimate circle.

Kultur Shock at Rock Café

Prague TV |
20 May 2013

Kultur Shock's style is impossible to define- many critics throw SOAD, Gogol Bordello, Manu Chao, Gang of Four, The Pogues, Balkan folk music, punk rock, heavy metal as references to it, but nothing can prepare the unsuspecting listener to what is going to come out of their home stereo speakers or what's going to happen to them during the 90 minutes live shows that the band is known for.

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