Sunday, 26 April 2015
Arts | The Prague Post

On Sunday, May 3 the PKF - Prague Philharmonia has organized a special concert for children, which should attract young listeners not only on the quality of classical music in Prague Rudolfinum, but also a lot of fun and music zoo.

Life | Radio Prague

With the start of the tourist season in April hundreds of castles and chateaus around the Czech Republic open their doors to visitors.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

The Holešovice marketplace once again hosts the Prague Fashion Market. New this year is the first ever food market presenting local cuisine.

Arts | The Prague Post

The Strings of Autumn music festival will mark its 20th edition this year when the curtain rises on opening night, Oct. 5, at the State Opera for a show by Spanish singer Buika.

Cinema | The Prague Post

New fantasy adventure film uses hand-painted images with live actors to create a magical dream world.

Arts | The Prague Post

Two musicians who played with Elvis Presley and an actress who worked with him will be in Prague for a night of music and story telling to mark what would have been the King's 80th year.

Arts | Opus Osm

The merry month of May comes alive with great performances – classical music, opera, ballet – literally from morning til night. Read on for some specific suggestions.

Half-n-half | Prague Daily Monitor

A community event with a fiery twist

Life | The Huffington Post

The oldest bridge in the very heart of Prague, Charles Bridge, is the top stop on every tourist's "must-see" list.

Life | Radio Prague

The "Trabants across Australia and Southeast Asia" expedition appears set to start from Perth at the weekend after the authorities allowed the nine-member crew of Czechs, Poles, and Slovaks access to their vehicles.

Life | The Prague Post

The Liberation Festival Pilsen celebrations will last from April 30 to May 6. One highlight is a concert by American hard rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd at the race track in Borská pole on May 1.

Life | The Prague Post

The 18th edition of the international culinary trade fair Wine and Delicacies takes place in Prague's Výstavište Holešovice through April 24.

Arts | The Prague Post

Band plays in a retro mix of styles influenced by swing, jazz, reggae, hip hop.

Life | Radio Prague

For those who don't own a patch of land but would still like to experience the pleasure of picking fruit rather than shopping for it in the supermarket, there is a new initiative called Na Ovoce – Fruit Picking. The website, which was launched just a few weeks ago, maps the occurrence of accessible wild fruit trees, shrubs and herbs that grow around the country.

Arts | The Prague Post

The classic story of Hansel, Gretel and the Gingerbread Witch is coming back to Prague. The State Opera invites children, their parents and grandparents for a theatrical adventure that will be far different from any ordinary opera.