Thursday, 29 June 2017

Life

Free Mondays w DJs @ Roxy

Prague TV |
26 June 2017

DJs: Selecto & Komandante

Free Entry!

The 1975 @ Forum Karlín

Prague TV |
26 June 2017

The 1975’s Prague show, originally taking place Feb 21st, is rescheduled for June 26th 2017 due to previously unforeseen commitments around Brit Awards.

Movie review: Transformers: The Last Knight

Prague TV |
26 June 2017

Some series get more overblown with each entry. The Transformers series, which began in 2007 and is now in its fifth episode, has become almost nonstop action with giant alien robots trying to destroy the earth.

Nicolas Jaar will pay in Prague in August

Prague TV |
26 June 2017

Good news for experimental electronic music lovers – Nicolas Jaar is coming for his first headline show in Prague. A Chilean-American musician will perform at Roxy on August 23rd this year. Tickets for 650 czk are on sale now via fource.cz, GoOut.cz and Ticketpro network.

Sting, Kasabian were big draws at Metronome

Prague TV |
26 June 2017

The second edition of the Metronome Festival Prague took place June 23 and 24. Some 14,000 people came on the first day to see headliner Sting, who played a set that was half songs from the Police era and half from his solo work, plus a cover of a David Bowie song

What's Up Prague #28

Prague TV video |
26 June 2017

Every week, five events!

Lazy Sunday @ La Loca

Prague TV |
23 Jun 2017

The laziest ending of the week happens at La Loca.

Comedy Magic Night @ M1 Lounge Bar & Club

Prague TV |
23 June 2017

We are pleased to invite you to M1 Lounge's comedy and magic night.
The show features award winning illusionist Jonathan David Bass with a variety of interactive illusions and mind reading.

Bohemia Design Market @ Lusófona 2017

Prague TV |
24 June 2017

Bohemia Design Market kindly invite you to the fist Portuguese-Czech Design Market @ Prague, Czech Republic, which will be part of the official program of the festival Lusófona 2017.

Movie review: Rough Night

Prague TV |
23 June 2017

Role reversal doesn't automatically make something funny. Rough Night tries to take a bachelorette party and make one of those guys-night-out-gone-wrong films, not unlike the Hangover series.

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