Thursday, 27 June 2019

Prague TV

Three Days of Contemporary Jazz

Prague TV |
17 October 2012

Jazz Dock is putting on a three-day festival in the name of contemporary jazz between 16 and 18 October.

Monster Ball 2012

Prague TV |
16 October 2012

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Prague TV's Monster Ball.

Golden Prague

Prague TV |
16 October 2012

In its 49th year, The International Television Festival Golden Prague showcases dance and music performances both on screen and on stage at Žofín Palace between 13 and 17 October.

Hamlet at Kolowrat

Prague TV |
15 October 2012

Directed by internationally renown Shakespeare expert Tina Packer, PSF Artistic Director Guy Roberts stars as Hamlet and is joined by an all-star cast of internationally acclaimed actors from the United States, Britain, Canada, France and the Czech Republic.

Duchess and the Kittens live

Prague TV |
12 October 2012

When was the last time you saw a really good soul-blues-klezmer-jazz-tango-rhumba-swing-punk band?

New cinema releases in English

Prague TV |
12 October 2012

This week enjoy the premieres of the science fiction action movie starring Joseph Gordon Levitt and Bruce Willis, Looper, the documentary about the lives of a mother polar bear and her two cubs, To the Arctic 3D, the Danish drama Teddy Bear and the German documentary The Fourth Revolution: Energy.

Making a living as an artist in Prague

Prague TV |
11 October 2012

A discussion with Flavia Parvu of ArtImaging about the challenges facing foreign artists in the Czech Republic.

Raza Khan

Prague TV |
11 Oct 2012

Raza Khan represents Sufi tradition, which origins in mystical dimension of Islam and in which music is a way of achieving personal connection with God.

Scott Henderson

Prague TV |
11 October 2012

Jazz fusion and blues guitarist Scott Henderson teams up with bass player Jeff Berlin and drummer Dennis Chambers for a fusion night at Jazz Dock on Friday.

The Last of the Haussmans

Prague TV |
11 October 2012

Today's live transmission from National Theatre in London brings a funny, touching but also merciless portrait of Haussman's family.

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