Friday, 22 May 2015
Cinema | The Prague Post

Actor who will star in upcoming Milada Horáková biopic talks about project's potential to affect viewers still unfamiliar with democratic icon.

Life | Radio Prague

As his secretary for nearly a decade and a half, Vladimír Hanzel was extremely close to the late Václav Havel. Mr. Hanzel describes how the former dissident adjusted to life as president and how he was changed by four terms at Prague Castle.

Life | The Prague Post

Religious venues across the city will open their doors for tours, special programs.

Arts | The Prague Post

Funk band Monkey Business is celebrating 15 years with two open-air concerts and the launch of a new CD.

Life | Canadian Medical Care

Doctors can only confirm that patients often suffer from issues they could often have easily prevented by following simple recommendations. The summer is no exception.

Arts | Prague TV

The concert series Excelent Jukebox scored an amazing catch. USA-born and Germany-based MC and an outstanding and acclaimed lyricist Akua Naru will return to Prague to perform with live band at Palác Akropolis on May 22.

Arts | Opus Osm

For the first time ever, the Czech National Ballet’' repertoire will include works of the legendary Israeli creator Ohad Naharin, who for several decades has been among the crème de la crème of the world's modern dance theatre.

Life | Prague TV

On the 21st of May, a barefoot concert will be held on the roof of JazzDock near Jiráskův most in Prague. Organised by shoe brand TOMS, the barefoot happening raises awareness of the plight of those without shoes.

Arts | The Prague Post

One of the main pillars of the Pilsen 2015 European Capital of Culture is under way.

Arts | The Prague Post

The concert by R&B singer and songwriter Indila at Forum Karlín is fast approaching and the final tickets are on sale at a special discounted price.

Arts | Prague TV

Photographs of Hasidic Jews at the Nikon Photo Gallery in Malá Strana cause viewers to question if the photographer of this exhibit is praising the Orthodox Jewish community, or if he is criticizing this known to be distinctly different society.

Arts | Kids in Prague

Prague Fringe showcases funny, poignant and surreal live theatre and music performances all over Malá Strana's many small theatres. This year there are more shows than ever for kids and teenagers.

Life | The Prague Post

Not quite mirror images of the original, but many U.S. towns carry the name of the Bohemian capital.

Life | Radio Prague

Just over a week ago around 300 schoolchildren from the West Bohemian city of Plzeň crowded into its art nouveau masterpiece, now serving as its main cultural centre, to hear from around a dozen men around 75 years older.

Arts | ČTK

South Korean young men have won the Prague Spring 67th international music contest - Yubeen Kim, 17, in the category of flute and Sangyoon Kim, 27, in the clarinet category, the organisers announced Friday.