Tuesday, 23 December 2014
Arts | Radio Prague

The album Karel Kryl 70 is a live recording of a concert which took place in Prague's Lucerna Music Hall this April to mark two important anniversaries related to the legendary protest singer - 70 years since his birth and 20 years since his death.

Arts | Visegrad Insight

Since the 1960s and 1970s, toys manufactured by Fatra Napajedla factory have been among the icons of Czech design. Today, Jan Čapek, who won Designer of the Year Award at the prestigious Czech Grand Design competition, is continuing the tradition.

Arts | Radio Prague

Earlier this year, Jakub Hadrava, a third-year student of sculpture at the University of West Bohemia, made international headlines with an unusual installation at St. George's church, a dominant but dilapidated site located in Lukova in the picturesque Plzeň countryside.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

This is one of my favorite times of the year because it is a natural break in all the activity of the previous 12 months.

Cinema | The Prague Post

A new place in Old Town is trying to show the upscale side of Mexican food. Agave opened in November, and was launched with the help of American chef Christian Dolias.

Life | Prague Wandering

Just shy of 11,000 inhabitants, Domažlice, near the western German-Czech border, is surrounded by nothing but green fields. Orange-roofed houses dot the nine-square mile town.

Life | Prague Wandering

Czechs look back at the Velvet Revolution and look forward to change.

Cinema | Prague TV

Don't miss the second installment of Ben Stiller's Night in the museum series, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb in which Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.

Life | Radio Prague

With Christmas just around the corner, a search is underway in many households' attics or basements for ornaments that will – in due time – decorate the Christmas tree.

Arts | The Prague Post

A new production, a bit loosely based on the 1800 play Mary Stuart by Frederich Schiller, transposes the royal court intrigue of Golden Age England to a modern fashion runway.

Arts | Radio Prague

After eight years of existence, the Trafačka art gallery in Prague is closing down, making way for a new housing development.

Arts | Radio Prague

A retrospective of work by Czech artist Milan Grygar entitled Visual and Acoustic is set to open at the City of Prague Gallery on Wednesday.

Arts | The Prague Post

The Year of Czech Music is coming to an end with a gala concert at O2 Arena in Prague. The concert will feature works exclusively by Czech composers. Works by Smetana, Dvořák and Škroup will be performed by opera stars and a 150-piece orchestra.

Arts | The Prague Post

National Theatre fulfils its promise to viewers and opens up the New Stage to operas as well and presents the premiere of two operas by Dmitri Shostakovich: Orango and Anti-Formalist Rayok.

Life | The Independent

Anyone who finds themselves in Prague over the next few days – perhaps to attend the fabled Christmas market which dominates Staroměstské náměstí in December – may notice that part of the city is missing.