Friday, 22 September 2017

Prague TV

National Memorial on the Vítkov Hill

Prague TV |
2 November 2009

On 29 October, the Vítkov memorial opened to the public as a new permanent exhibition of the National Museum, entitled Crossroads of Czech and Czechoslovak Statehood.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Prague TV |
4 November 2009

If you think you know Rosencrantz and Guildernstern Are Dead, you don't till you've seen this version. It's funnier than a sack of clowns being thrown into the Vltava. Starts today at Alfred ve Dvoře.

New Year Akropolis Circus

Prague TV |
29 December 2009

Expect a colorful start to 2010 when the New Year Akropolis Circus comes to Palác Akropolis on Thursday.

It's a Wonderful Life

Prague TV |
22 December 2009

The American Center screens It's a Wonderful Life on Tuesday, 22 December. Starring James Stewart, the Frank Capra movie tells the tale of George Bailey, a man pushed to the brink of suicide on Christmas Eve who's shown how different the world would be if he'd never existed.

Canny & Olga play Rock Café

Prague TV |
21 December 2009

Formed in Česká Lípa, northern Bohemia, Obří broskev ("Giant Peach") plays melodic indie-rock, releasing its second album, Potápěči, in 2008.

Avatar in English

Prague TV |
17 December 2009

Palace Cinemas Slovanský dům and Village Cinemas Anděl are showing undubbed English-language versions of Avatar, but not in 3-D.

Monkey Business

Prague TV |
16 December 2009

The Czech funk band plays a Christmas show at Lucerna Music Bar on Thursday.

Thriller Live

Prague TV |
15 December 2009

Thriller Live, a nearly three-hour long musical celebrating the music of Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5, comes to the Congress Center on Wednesday.

Auto*Mat Christmas Party

Prague TV |
15 December 2009

The Prague-based cycling promotion organisation Auto*Mat is throwing a Christmas Party with a city festival theme on Thursday.

Chelsea Hotel: Ghosts of Bohemia

Prague TV |
15 December 2009

The DOX exhibition entitled Chelsea Hotel: Ghosts of Bohemia focuses on three artists associated with the New York City place -- Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe and Harry Smith.

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