Monday, 29 June 2020
Life | Expats.cz

A 35-meter tall Ferris wheel went up seemingly overnight last week in Prague 4, much to the surprise of locals including officials from the district's City Hall.

Life | Expats.cz

Kasárna Karlín will celebrate its third anniversary on June 24; a full program is in store for the summer.

Life | Radio Prague

Tuesday marked the 65th anniversary since the first Spartakiad was held in Czechoslovakia. These mass synchronised exercise events were some of the largest the world has ever seen and were often organised with the help of Sokol leaders.

Life | Honest Guide

Have you heard the news? The new ones? No? Well, here they are! The latest update from Prague.

Arts | Radio Prague

Vojtěch Kubašta may well be the most prolific illustrator and graphic artist in Czech history you haven't heard of. But without a doubt, the trained architect and modern master of the pop-up book was among the most successful artists under communism.

Cinema | Ahram Online

In its special edition, the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival will screen 16 films at 96 movie theatres across the Czech Republic between 3 and 11 July.

Arts | Radio Prague

Singer songwriter Vladimír Mišík all but swept the annual Anděl music awards on Saturday night. The Czech music legend took home prizes in six categories, including for best male singer, best album, best song and video of the year, as well as prizes in the rock and folk categories.

Cinema | Expats.cz

Opening night will be followed by a talk with African-Czech journalist Johanna Neje on the BLM movement and systemic racism in the Czech Republic.

Arts | Radio Prague

Bára Zmeková is a singer-songwriter and pianist from Prague whose music is a blend of folk, jazz and classical, spiced with a bit of electronic. She has been hailed by critics as "one of a new generation of free musicians".

Life | Expats.cz

Runners from across Czech Republic will have a unique opportunity this summer: run a race on an airport runway.

Life | Expats.cz

There's also lots to keep kids busy this weekend with a new exhibit opening and an amusement park returning.

Arts | Romea

One year ago, the Gitano Drom music school project began its development in the Czech Republic. The aim is to increase the level of education among Romani people and to connect them to the majority society through a love of art.

Arts | Expats.cz

The newly opened Hall of Minerals presents visitors with more than 4,000 items from its collection of 100,000 minerals from all over the world.

Arts | The Strad

The orchestra will perform in the grounds of Sychrov Castle, just outside Prague, under music director Semyon Bychkov on 24 June.

Arts | Brno Daily

From August 13th-16th, the Brno Music Marathon Festival will return to the city centre. Over four days, audiences will be able to enjoy dozens of performances across the city, from a wide spectrum of musical styles.