Thursday, 28 May 2020

Life

Tel-Aviv theater comes to Prague

Czech Position |
1 June 2011

Internationally renowned Israeli actor and director Roy Horovitz brings his talents to the "Fringe" on the way to the National Theater.

George Michael to kick off European tour in Prague

Prague Post |
31 May 2011

Controversy-dogged singer George Michael has chosen Prague’s State Opera House as the debut venue for his new European orchestral tour.

Jana Ciglerová – a media professional with experience both at home and abroad

Radio Prague |
31 May 2011

Jana Ciglerová speaks about UK media, feminism and how she first became interested in becoming a journalist.

Už jsme doma to stage landmark 2,000th show

Czech Position |
31 May 2011

Unlike many peers, the Czech punk-inspired band seized the post-1989 opportunity to play abroad and have since performed in 37 countries.

Czech connection at 24 frames a second

Czech Position |
31 May 2011

Theatre World Brno is devoted to Peter Brook, but his filmmaker son Simon also has close and longstanding ties to Czech culture.

A poetic guidebook to Prague

Radio Prague |
30 May 2011

What does Allen Ginsberg have in common with the great Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda, Turkey's Nazim Hikmet, and the Czech Nobel Prize winner, Jaroslav Seifert? The answer, rather surprisingly, is Prague.

Psí vojáci play Vagon

Prague TV |
30 May 2011

Led by singer-songwriter Filip Topol, literate Prague rockers Psí Vojáci are one of the Czech scene's most respected and longest-running bands, dating back to the Communist era's underground scene.

Leeda – a unique Czech fashion label going strong for seven years

Radio Prague |
30 May 2011

Run by two young designers, Lucie Kutálková and Lucie Trnková, Leeda has been putting out its limited edition collections for nearly seven years.

Open-air exhibit 'celebrates' 22 years of corruption

Czech Position |
30 May 2011

Czech politicians take center stage — in the role of villans — for traveling exhibit now at náměstí Republiky square.

Back to the Stone Age for a day

Radio Prague |
27 May 2011

In 1997, just eight years after the Velvet Revolution, when Czechs were making up for lost time and looking into the future, one man - archeologist Radomír Tichý - was busy looking back.

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