Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Life | Radio Prague

Nearly 120 theatre ensembles in 29 Czech cities and towns are participating in the European Theatre Night on Saturday.

Arts | Radio Prague

Singer Ida Kelarová gets her Roma children's choir to the most prestigious concert venue in the country –Prague's famous Rudolfinum where they will perform with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra on the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.

Cinema | Prague TV

Europe, 1945 - A battle-hardened army sergeant commands his five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines in Fury. Get on Up chronicles James Brown's rise from extreme poverty to becoming one of the most influential musicians in history. Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, a woman comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return, in the horror movie Jessabelle.

Life | Epoch Times

The Adršpach-Teplice rock town is made naturally of huge rock formations that take the shape of pillars, columns, walls and labyrinths. Almost every rock has its distinctive name, for example "the lovers" or "the Johann Wolfgang".

Half-n-half | Prague Daily Monitor

Spreading hospitality through cookies

Arts | Radio Prague

A painting by Otakar Kubín entitled "Cubist Figure" was sold for CZK 4.9 million at auction, which was held at Sotheby's in London on Wednesday.

Life | The Prague Post

The Signal festival of light art has upped the estimate of how many people attended to close to half a million.

Cinema | The Prague Post

David Ayer's World War II film has a dose of the infernal as it shows what has usually gone unsaid: good guys also have to kill.

Arts | The Prague Post

The concert by rocker Lenny Kravitz that had been scheduled for Nov. 13 at Prague's O2 Arena has been postponed, and no new date is available. People with tickets are advised to hold on to them until more information is available.

Arts | Radio Prague

For the first time ever, non-Czech audiences have the chance to get acquainted with Jára Cimrman, a unique phenomenon of Czech culture.

Arts | The Prague Post

On the pages of Gottland: Mostly True Stories From Half of Czechoslovakia, a renowned Polish journalist, Mariusz Szczygiel, makes a trip to what is now called the Czech Republic and takes a closer look at how the 20th century treated the little Czech nation.

Arts | The Prague Post

Prague Burlesque Royal will have a special guest on Friday, Nov. 14. Cabaret performer Armitage Shanks will be joining the ladies with his particular brand of wit and humor.

Life | The Prague Post

EUNIC ČR is currently starting a mobile application in English and other languages about cultural happenings in Prague.

Cinema | The Prague Post

An overview of the upcoming Festival of French Film and some of its English-friendly movies.

Arts | Opus Osm

Choreographer Javier Torres returns to the Czech National Ballet to present La Bayadére (The Temple Dancer), an old, old love story set in exotic India.