Wednesday, 7 October 2015
Life | Prague TV

Legendary Prague club Roxy will be celebrating their 23rd anniversary with a week of exciting events starting Monday, October 19.

Arts | The Prague Post

Three first-rate jazz groups converge on Jazz Dock for a few evenings in late October within the framework of the Festival Jazz on 5, and the most notable performer is Mina Agossi.

Arts | Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

A Czech theater company is performing an interpretation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth with a new main character: a power-hungry leader named Vladimir MacBetin.

Life | Prague TV

Get to know the Czech retail environment

Life | Radio Prague

Over 700 libraries around the country have prepared special events for readers within the annual Library Week. They include public readings and competitions for children and meetings with popular authors.

Arts | ČTK

A retrospective exhibition of Czech artist, designer and architect Bořek Šípek, a friend and collaborator of the late president Václav Havel, opened in the Art Salon gallery in the Dancing House on Havel's birthday on Monday.

Cinema | The Prague Post

The film festival Be2Can 2 will present recent films from some of the top European festivals: Berlin, Venice and Cannes. The second edition of the festival takes place from Oct. 7–14.

Arts | The Prague Post

Italian-American jazz trumpeter Chris Botti kicks off his latest tour in California with two dates there before starting the European leg of his tour in Prague on October 21 at the Congress Center.

Life | Prague TV

With seven years experience having at least one child in the Czech state preschool system, I've learned a few things about what to expect a child to learn at Czech preschool.

Arts | Opus Osm

Two dancers, Nataša Novotná and Václav Kuneš, founded the contemporary dance company 420People eight years ago. Today Nataša Novotná answers Opus Osm's 5 Quick Questions about the innovative troupe.

Arts | Prague TV

Hardcore hip hop group Onyx will be hitting Prague’s Rock Café on Saturday October 17.

Arts | Radio Prague

Contain[era] is a project bringing together the work of eight up-and-coming European artists from major cities including Prague, Rome and Berlin.

Life | The Prague Post

The landmark museum won't open again until 2018 but you can now see inside. There are now live cameras showing the progress of what is going on inside the neo-Renaissance building designed by Josef Schulz that was completed in 1890.

Arts | Access All Areas

Czech videomapping company The Macula has made the first fully immersive videomapping project ever in the Czech Republic. The project, which involved a live orchestra of 118 musicians and projections on four sides of the Rudolfinum music auditorium, was held in front of 600 guests and performed by the Czech Philharmonic orchestra, led by conductor Jiří Bělohlávek.

Arts | The Prague Post

Group show brings five female artists together to explore the human figure.