At the Hybernia Theatre, on March 20th 2012 at 19:00, the holiday of Nowruz will, due to popular demand, be celebrated for the third time in Prague and České Budějovice in a festival of music and dance. Persian guitarist and singer Shahab Tolouie will be joined by distinguished international guests; Grammy award winner and multi-percussionist Trilok Gurtu from India, Persian Dancer Shahrokh Moshkin Ghalam, and Marina Albero from Spain on Persian instrument Santur.
An astounding novel Giraffe based on the true story of the life and mysterious death of the largest herd of giraffes ever held in captivity, in a Czechoslovakian town sleepwalking through communism in the early 1970s.
A concert of great bands Elektrïck Mann and The Unholy Preachers will take place at club Rock Café in Prague on Friday 10 June 2011.
AbbaWorld exhibition will be held from 6 May to 7 August 2011 in Slovanský dům in Prague.
The internationally renowned Cathedral Choir of Boy Choristers and Lay Clerks from Winchester Cathedral in England will be performing two concerts in the Czech Republic this April. On April 2, in Brno the choir will perform music specially chosen for the Lenten season, while in Prague, on April 4, a concert featuring music for Royal Occasions and Great Cathedrals will be presented.
The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Prague cordially invites you to a collaboration concert of three Indonesian choirs Save Our Heritage that will be held on Monday, November 1, 2010 from 7 p.m. in the Czech Museum of Music in Prague, Karmelitská 2/4. The choirs of Padjadjaran University, Airlangga University and Bina Nusa University will perform Indonesian as well as well-known international songs. The concert if free of charge.
GB Theatre Company are coming to Prague to present two comedies, The Merry Wives of Windsor and As You Like It, at the Summer Shakespeare Festival.
Museums and galleries do not go to sleep. Do not go even you! At night on Saturday 12 June 2010 Prague museums and galleries open their doors to visitors in the seventh annual Prague Museum Night.
On Sunday March 21st 2010, at 19:30 in the ABC Theatre, a unique music event will be taking place. LEGENDS OF THE CZECH MUSIC SCENE will, for the first time, celebrate THE PERSIAN NEW YEAR, which traditionally falls on the first day of spring. Norouz (from the Persian ‘New Day’), is celebrated around the world by more than 300 million people. The inspiration to organise Persian New Year festivities in the heart of Europe initially came to Iranian virtuoso guitarist and singer Shahab Tolouie in 2009. Accordingly, on the occasion of the inaugural Persian New Year celebrations in Prague, he baptized his debut CD “Tango Perso”, which hugely successful collection has attracted the keen interest of some of the world’s most influential media: BBC TV (UK), and Voice of America (USA).
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We bring to you a winning recipe from the World Classic Cocktail Competition, which you can celebrate the arrival of the New Year 2010.
Want to know how to celebrate Christmas in Indonesia? Visit the Indonesian Christmas evening, where you expect exotic dancing, live music, jewelry Indonesian and Indonesian cuisine.
The National Museum – Czech Museum of Music asks the general public to kindly help with the planned exhibition Beatles & Beatlemania in the Heart of Europe in December 2010.
A look through Osmany's designs reveals a glamorous, feminine, provocative and sensual style influenced by his natural exuberance. He understands and respects the woman’s body which always remains the real star of his collections. His preference goes to intricate fabrics to create innovative outfits with a little nostalgic eye wink to the great classics. Fashion made by Osmany Laffita is intended for women who are seeking elegance, which are not afraid to stand out and who want to dress creatively.
The best known and most successful open-air Shakespeare Company in Europe, The British Shakespeare Company, will visit the Prague Castle as part of its European summer tour.
3D space adventure on the Moon with three flies.
Karmen with a happy end composed by the master of wild rhythms was premiered in Italy on April 2004 and stole hearts of the critics and the audience. Since that time it has been shown all over the world. This Christmas Karmen will visit Prague.
21st August 2008 to protest against the Russian Embassy in Prague, around one hundred Czech, Ukrainian, Belarusian and Georgian citizens against the presence of Russian troops in Georgia.
The photo exhibition reminds of the Soviet-led occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968.
Exhibition Cactuses and Succulents 2008 in Prague Botanic Garden in Troja from 7th to 22nd June 2008.
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