Friday, 14 December 2018
Arts | Radio Prague

US-based Czech photographer Marie Tomanová is known for her striking portrait work and often nude images of her own body interacting with nature. Right now Tomanová's career is on the up and up.

Arts | Prague TV

Seeing some version of Charles Dickens' classic story A Christmas Carol has become a holiday tradition. This year Prague Shakespeare Company is presenting a one-man show starring new England-based actor Neil McGarry that uses just the original text of the famous story.

Arts | Brno Daily

The "Summer Ballet Cocktail", the successful series of open-air performances from the Brno National Theatre Ballet that took place in Biskupský dvůr (2017) and Špilberk Castle (2018), will continue this winter in the Mahen Theatre.

Arts | The Gazette

Marj Nejdl found her life's work and passion almost by accident. The Master Czech Folk Artist has spent the last 47 years promoting the art of kraslice, or egg decorating.

Arts | Prague TV

Theatrical adaptation of a remarkable Norwegian film brings together elements of psychological drama and sarcastic black comedy... a.k.a. Being nice doesn't always pay off!

Arts | Prague TV

A monumental sculpture reminiscent of a dinosaur skeleton from a natural museum pays tribute to an animal species of our time: the Ross 308 broiler chicken.

Life | Prague TV

Yes, you will meet Czech women at the expats speed dating event. About 70% of the single women attending the event are of Czech or Slovak origins. The men are usually foreigners from various countries.

Life | Prague TV

Winter time in Prague is amazing and one activity you shouldn't miss is to go ice skating. Our favorite ice skating rinks are in the city center.

Life | Prague TV

Getting a Christmas tree to Prague's Old Town and decorating it for the market is quite an effort. Watch our video.

Cinema | Brno Daily

The new film "The Glass Room" by director Julius Ševčík, based on the novel by Simon Mawer, will premiere on March 12 in Kino Scala in Brno.

Arts | Radio Prague

Simon Mawer's latest book is called Prague Spring, and this time the setting is Prague, in the days just before and after the Soviet-led invasion in August 1968.

Arts | Radio Prague

The Prague funk group Monkey Business, known for their highly entertaining live shows, have just launched their ninth LP, Bad Time for Gentlemen.

Arts | Prague TV

Why 'Les Triaboliques'? Formed as a result of an inspired probe by record-company geneticist René Goiffon, Les Triaboliques somehow manage the impossible: to blend Justin's desert-blues-soaked guitars with Lu's Turkadelic saz and cümbüş and Ben's mandolin/barizouki world-string-theories, amplifiers and vocal mikes at the ready.

Life | Prague TV

Meet old and make new friends at California Republic - every Monday we are hosting a special international meetup for everyone who wants to chat and sing.

Life | Prague TV

It's time to put those "who's a better singer" questions away. Come show your singing skills at La Loca and let the audience decide who performs the best!