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Prague TV

Euroconnections: [re:jazz] + Grape

Prague TV |
22 March 2010

Matthias Vogt brings his [re:jazz] project to Palác Akropolis on Tuesday as part of the EuroConnections concert series.

Playwriting Contest

Prague TV |
22 March 2010

Now in its fourth year, the Prague Playhouse is back with the Expats.cz and Prague.tv Playwriting Contest Final Performances.

Febiofest 2010

Prague TV |
22 March 2010

The Czech Republic's biggest movie event takes over the CineStar Anděl multiplex from 25 March until 2 April. Febiofest 2010 features 184 films, with guests expected to include actors Bruno Ganz, Fanny Ardant and Hanna Schygulla and directors Gaspar Noé, Sherry Hormann and Bruno Dumont.

Aneta Langerová

Prague TV |
9 March 2010

Aneta Langerová will introduce her new album Jsem ("I Am") at the SaSaZu club in Holešovice today.

The Young Gods

Prague TV |
8 March 2010

The Young Gods return to Prague to play an acoustic show at Divadlo Archa on Tuesday, March 9.

Supernova John

Prague TV |
26 February 2010

Despite a wave of speculation about its non-transparent sponsors and suspicious deals, the Czech political party Věci veřejné (VV; "Public Affairs") charms supporters with its openness on a local level and is riding high in national polls.

St. Matthew's Fair 2010

Prague TV |
26 February 2010

For seven weeks starting 27 February, the Holešovice fairground's small collection of permanent attractions will be boosted by a wide range of travelling rides and amusements.

Alexander Rybak

Prague TV |
24 February 2010

Reigning Eurovision Song Contest-winner Alexander Rybak comes to Lucerna Music Bar on Thursday.

The Boss of It All (Kdo je tady ředitel?)

Prague TV |
22 February 2010

As part of its English-surtitled repertoire, Švandovo divadlo stages Kdo je tady ředitel?, a theatrical production based on the Lars Von Trier film Direktøren for det hele (The Boss of It All).

A rose for you

Prague TV |
12 February 2010

The flowers lovers give and receive in the Czech Republic on Valentine's Day are the end-product of a distinctly unromantic globalised industry.

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