Thursday, 19 September 2019

Prague TV

Navalis celebrates St. Jan Nepomuk

Prague TV |
15 May 2019

The annual celebration of St. Jan Nepomuk is growing in popularity every year. The Roman Catholic saint, known in Czech as svatý Jan Nepomucký, is the focus of the Navalis celebration at Charles Bridge on May 15, the eve of the saint's feast day in the religious calendar.

Frailty, Thy Name is Woman

Prague TV |
14 May 2019

The production is the fruit of the collaboration between the National Theatre Drama company and the first-class Czech dance ensemble 420PEOPLE, who have been permanent guests of the New Stage.

Las Migas coming to Jazz Dock

Prague TV |
14 May 2019

Las Migas presenting powerful vocals, dancing violin lines, sensual choreography, and upbeat rhythms of the guitar, Las Migas quartet creates a fascinating blend of flamenco and Mediterranean styles of music from Spain.

Jet Lag + GangstaSKA

Prague TV |
13 May 2019

Jet Lag returns to Prague Vagon Club after more than a year. The GangstaSKA group will also play in the evening. The concert will take place on Monday 13 May.

Estates Theatre: Welcome to Thebes

Prague TV |
13 May 2019

A contemporary play treating contemporary topics, yet featuring Ancient Greek figures.

Navalis celebrates St. Jan Nepomuk

Prague TV |
13 May 2019

The Roman Catholic saint, known in Czech as svatý Jan Nepomucký, is the focus of the Navalis celebration at Charles Bridge on May 15, the eve of the saint's feast day in the religious calendar.

Vltava Waves

Prague TV |
10 May 2019

Special stand-up show _Vltava Waves_ present a great line-up of comedians performing in English.

Kraftwerk headlines Metronome Festival

Prague TV |
10 May 2019

Prague's Metronome Festival 2019 is celebrating "30 Years of Freedom" reminding progressive to pop music lovers of all ages in this country that it is almost 30 years since the Velvet Revolution in 1989. The highlight of the festival is the headliner on Saturday—Kraftwerk.

National Museum's famous whale returns

Prague TV |
10 May 2019

Inside the Historical Building of the National Museum, the route has been expanded and people can again see the skeleton of a fin whale, one of the museum's prize holdings.

Prague exploring water trams

Prague TV |
10 May 2019

Prague City Hall is exploring the idea of water trams to transport people up and down the Vltava. In the future, the water trams could be added to the ferries on the Vltava River. Unlike the currently operated ferries across the banks of the Vltava, city water tram lines will move up and down the river.

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