Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Life

La Loca karaoke championship

Prague TV |
5 April 2017

Get ready for La Loca's regular Karaoke Championship supported by an amazing sound system Meyersound. All time favorite, temporary classics and all kinds of music hits are ready to be played.

Architecture of the VII Day at Dox Centre

Prague TV |
5 April 2017

Church architecture in Poland in the communist era shows what people could accomplish without state help. Church construction was not supported by the state, but people managed to build them anyway, often taking very creative approaches.

Bohemia Burlesque presents a monthly show in Smíchov

Prague TV |
5 April 2017

Burlesque has been making a comeback, but is something a bit different than it was decades ago. Bohemian Burlesque, which has a monthly residency at Uhelna Club in Prague's Smíchov district, is putting on shows billed as Bohemian Cabaret.

Czech historians develop video game about Nazi occupation

The Calvert Journal |
5 April 2017

Prague's Charles University and the Czech Academy of Sciences have been working on a video game that offers a first-hand perspective of the Nazi occupation of the territory of Czechoslovakia.

London-based design studio picks up prestigious Czech award with children's game and shelf

Radio Prague |
5 April 2017

The London-based Studio deFORM, run by two young Czech designers Václav Mlynář and Jakub Pollág, has been voted the overall winner of this year's Czech Grand Design award.

Tuesday Funky Tonk at La Loca

Prague TV |
4 April 2017

Tuesday are dedicated to the good ol' funk! Come relax to our venue & enjoy your Tuesday funky tonk.

Kill Johnny Glendenning (Zabít Johnnyho Glendenninga)

Prague TV |
4 April 2017

A black comedy set in contemporary Scotland. Appearances can be deceptive and not all gangsters are gangsters.

Steps taken to rebuild Industrial Palace

Prague TV |
4 April 2017

Some progress has been made in finally replacing the destroyed wing of the Industrial Palace at Prague's Výstaviště exhibition grounds in Holešovice.

No Man looks at Stalin's sculpture

Prague TV |
4 April 2017

A new music drama in three acts focuses on the tragic fate of the sculptor Otakar Švec and his final work – the stone statue of Joseph Stalin that in the 1950s towered above Prague at Letná Park. No Man is at the New Stage (Nová scéna), with shows scheduled in April and May.

No Man at National Theatre

Prague TV |
3 April 2017

The music drama in three Acts focuses on the tragic fate of the sculptor Otakar Švec and the destiny of his final work – the monument to Joseph Stalin, which once towered above Prague.

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