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New cinema releases in English

Prague TV |
31 August 2012

This week enjoy the premieres of the fourth installment in the Step Up dance film series Step Up Revolution and the Serbian drama Clip.

All Time Low

Prague TV |
30 August 2012

The American pop-punk group All Time Low comes to Palác Akropolis on Friday to make up for their cancelled City Prague Festival show.

Run-up

Prague TV |
29 August 2012

This one-of-a-kind globally-held sports event challenges runners—from recreational to professional ranks— to climb highest towers in seven Czech cities including Prague on Friday.

Fresh Film Fest

Prague TV |
29 August 2012

The annual Fresh Film Fest serves up student and debut feature films between August 29 and September 2. Among them are Peter Watkin's documentary-style drama The War Game, pseudo-documentary Punishment Park or the more recent WikiLeaks: Secrets & Lies documentary.

Beatsteaks

Prague TV |
29 August 2012

Two years after selling out the Lucerna Music Bar, Berlin's punk rockers Beatsteaks return to Prague on Friday as part of their 2012 tour.

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Prague TV |
27 August 2012

Multi-platinum rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers returns to Prague after six years on Monday, August 27th, as part of their 2012 world tour.

New cinema releases in English

Prague TV |
24 August 2012

This week enjoy the premieres of the Spanish-American thriller Red Lights, the new Czech romantic comedy Svatá čtveřice (CZ) and a Spanish-language anthology film 7 Days in Havana - set during a week in the Cuban capital Havana, the film features one segment for each day, each segment directed by a different filmmaker.

Greenland at Rock Café

Prague TV |
23 August 2012

Celtic/folk/punk/rock night at Rock Café this Friday.

Thesis 2012 exhibit

Prague TV |
23 August 2012

Prague 7's new The Chemistry Gallery showcases the best of this year's art-school graduates through 2 September.

Rock for Church(ill) this weekend

Prague TV |
22 Aug 2012

Rock for Church(ill) returns for the 13th time this August with a bit of everything, from rock to reggae.

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