Sunday, 16 June 2019

Prague Daily Monitor

Respect Festival brings two days of world music to Holešovice

Prague Daily Monitor |
14 Jun 2019

The annual open-air festival of world music is back. The 22nd edition again takes place in the grounds of the Volnočasové centrum Holešovice this weekend.

Theatre, music and beer along Vltava

Prague Daily Monitor |
12 Jun 2019

Forman Brothers' Arena festival of theatre and new circus opens today on Vltava river. The city's embankments have more to offer in the coming days.

Not just music to take over Prague streets this weekend

Prague Daily Monitor |
7 Jun 2019

It will be hard to walk aroung Prague this weekend without listening to music or seeing some sort of art as the city's largest festival supporting street art enters its 4th year.

Prague Lions play Pardubice Stallions

Prague Daily Monitor |
7 Jun 2019

The Prague Lions face a tough test this weekend at home against the Pardubice Stallions. The Stallions rank in the top half of the league and will bring a particularly dangerous passing attack to Prague on Saturday.

Prague to have The Flow Building

Prague Daily Monitor |
5 Jun 2019

Next year, a new glass building will be erected on the corner of Wenceslas Square and Opletalova Street. Developer Flow East announced the site will be called The Flow Building.

"Biggest ever" demonstration against PM Babiš set for today

Prague Daily Monitor |
4 Jun 2019

Another demonstration against PM Andrej Babiš organized by the initiative Million Moments for Democracy is set to take place on Wenceslas Square today. Organizers expect 100,000 people from all over the country to attend, saying it might be the biggest public protest since 1989.

Moi Tran - Reconfiguring the Value of Sadness

Prague Daily Monitor |
7 Jun 2019

Vietnamese artist Moi Tran will discuss the position of the Vietnamese Diaspora in the Czech Republic and the journey of Vietnamese migrants to Eastern European countries at Display Gallery on Friday.

Kids' Day with the Prague Lions

By Micah Lembke | Prague Daily Monitor |
31 May 2019

The Prague Lions continue their season this weekend at home against the Pilsen Patriots. Kids have free admission to the game and can participate in workshops.

British music takes over Karlín

Prague Daily Monitor |
31 May 2019

The annual music festival United Islands is back for two days. This time it brings the most interesting of young British music to the streets of Karlín. Saturday programme includes fun activities for kids.

A day at horseraces with children

By Paul Lysek | Prague Daily Monitor |
31 May 2019

On June 1st, the Velká Chuchle horserace track is hosting a children's day at the races. There are a broad range of activities planned, including free pony rides, outdoor playground, indoor activities and competitions with prizes.

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