Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Life | Prague TV

We're all Irish on St. Patty's Day, so come and join us for some Irish Yoga on the 16th of March.

Life | Prague TV

Prague Open Mic returns on the stage of La Loca to once again give you a night of immortal music, great atmosphere and talents from all over the world to make it unforgettable.

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For all ladies visiting KU Bar & Lounge 6-9 p.m. tonight cocktails are for CZK 79.

Life | Radio Prague

Petra Dočekalová is a graduate of the Typography Studio at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. Her calligraphy thesis, in which she developed her own handwritten scripts, has recently won two prestigious international awards, including the certificate of Typographic Excellence 2017 from the Type Directors Club.

Dining | Prague TV

Food Truck Show Náplavka will bring over 40 international and domestic vendors to Prague's waterfront at Smíchovská Náplavka on March 18 from 10 am to 7 pm. Note that this is opposite side of the river from the popular farmers market.

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This event celebrates all things Irish, with laughter, fun and, of course Guinness. St. Patrick's Day is on Friday, March 17, but you'll find events taking place in Prague throughout the week.

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March 13th, marked 40 years since the death of Czech philosopher Jan Patočka, one of the founding members and first spokesmen for the Charter 77 human rights movement.

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Enjoy your Wednesday in KU Bar & Lounge, Prague

Arts | Prague TV

Slovakian trio Longital will play Rock Café on March 15th.

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The University of New York in Prague (UNYP) opens doors today for prospective students and their parents.

Cinema | ČTK

Nowhere to Hide, a Swedish-Norwegian film about the IS-controlled part of Iraq, has won the 19th One World festival of human rights documentaries in Prague. The best direction prize went to Jiu-liang Wang for a film about a plastic recycling plant in China.

Arts | Prague TV

The National Gallery is kicking off a new season, and the public is invited to the opening on March 16 at 7 pm at Veletržní palác in Holešovice. The main work is Law of the Journey by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei. There will also be a new work by ambient musician Brian Eno.

Arts | Prague TV

German neo-medieval folk band Corvus Corax is promoting its latest compilation album, Ars Mystica – selectio 1989-2016, which features 15 titles of enchanting melodies interwoven with choirs, percussion and orchestration. The band will play at Prague's Klub Nová Chmelnice on May 21.

Arts | ČTK

The organisers of the exhibition of Czech Art-Nouveau painter Alfons Mucha's Slav Epic in Tokyo have asked Prague to extend the display, which attracted some 26,000 people in the first days.

Cinema | Radio Prague

One of the most thought-provoking films at this year's One World festival of human rights documentaries in Prague has been I'm Not Afraid. It follows the assisted suicide of Eli, a Dutch woman who has been suffering from extreme anxiety for most of her life.