Sunday, 23 November 2014
Life | Prague Daily Monitor

This is the fourth out of four years that the Czech Republic will be participating with Prague Against Suicide.

Life | The Prague Post

The country scored poorly in three previous attempts to win the song contest

Life | The Prague Post

The grand Romantic ballet set in India gets a new version

Life | Opus Osm

The Christmas season is rapidly approaching, so it’s never too early to take a look at the concerts and other events awaiting you in Prague in December.

Life | The Prague Post

From funky groove to acid and disco — jazz for the dance floor

Life | Prague Wandering

Burlesque invades Vinohrady with wildcat tamer, “unholy woman,” and more

Life | Prague Wandering

Prague Shakespeare Company's “Venus in Fur” gives audience tempting taste of female domination

Life | Prague Wandering

Ball hockey scores street cred in Bohemia

Life | Radio Prague

The 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, celebrated earlier this week, was marked not only in the Czech Republic but also abroad.

Life | Radio Prague

Czech writer Jan Němec was given the EU Prize for Literature for 2014 at a ceremony in Brussels on Tuesday night.

Cinema | Prague TV

The first part of the last installment in the Hunger Games series - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is out this week. When Katniss sabotages the games, she goes to District 13 after District 12 is destroyed. She meets President Coin who convinces her to be the symbol of rebellion, while trying to save Peeta from the Capitol.

Cinema | The Prague Post

First Aussie Film Festival in the Czech Republic presents some widely acclaimed features

Life | Radio Prague

Máme holé ruce (Our hands are empty) and Havel na Hrad (Havel to the Castle): those are just two of many slogans to be forever associated with the Velvet Revolution, which began 25 years ago this week in Czechoslovakia, eventually toppling the communist regime.

Life | The Prague Post

Alleged art group painted the entire wall white and stenciled ‘Wall is Over’ on it

Life | The Prague Post

Historical incidents are explored in ‘documentary theater’