Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Arts | Prague TV

British alternative rock band Nothing But Thieves is coming to Prague for their first Czech headline show this fall. They are performing in Rock Cafe on November 30th with the forthcoming album Broken Machine.

Life | ČTK

Prague plans to offer one or two luxurious flats in the reconstructed house in the centre where Jewish German writer Franz Kafka was born to foreign writers who would not pay rent, but write a book in which the Czech capital would play the main role, Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) has reported.

Arts | Prague TV

American band X Ambassadors are performing in Prague for the first time. You can see the show at Roxy tonigh.

Life | Prague TV

Bio Oko will host a used vinyl market on August 22nd from 12 till 6.p.m. Around 4000 vinyl and CDs of different groups and genres will be sold from 25 CZK.

Life | Radio Prague

Duchcov Castle or Dux (in the original German) is a place with a proud history dating back 800 years. The castle's greatest boom was in a time when the domain belonged to the aristocratic family of Wallenstein.

Life | Radio Prague

Since moving to Prague in 2002, American actor Brian Caspe has had parts in numerous big productions, everything from featured extra to supporting or leading roles.

Arts | Radio Prague

The US duo Dálava, consisting of vocalist Julia Úlehla and guitarist Aram Bajakian, explores traditional Moravian folk songs collected by Úlehla's great-grandfather, blending them with more contemporary, indie-rock sound.

Life | Radio Prague

Under Communism, being gay or lesbian was essentially taboo and many still preferred to live with the secret rather than come out.

Life | ČTK

A new exhibition on Prague-born Jewish German writer Franz Kafka (1883-1924) focused on his travelling has opened in Sirem village, where he stayed 100 years ago.

Life | Radio Prague

Under Communism, being gay or lesbian was essentially taboo. Homosexuality was de-criminalized in the former Czechoslovakia from 1962, a lot earlier than in many west European countries, but attitudes did not change as a result.

Life | Radio Prague

The roof of the Lucerna Palace in the centre of Prague has opened to the public. The project has been initiated by café owner and civic activist Ondřej Kobza, who rents the terraces from the building's owner Dagmar Havlová, sister-in-law of the late president Václav Havel.

Arts | Radio Prague

Letní Letná, which brings some of the world's best contemporary circus acts to Prague, got underway for the 14th time at the city's Letná Plain on Thursday evening. Perhaps the biggest draw at this year's edition of the three-week festival are Cirque Alfonse, a troupe from Quebec.

Cinema | Prague TV

Putting two wisecracking enemies together and forcing them to be on the same side can be a solid formula for an action comedy. The comedy works to a certain extent in The Hitman's Bodyguard, but the action plot is too derivative and, in the end, just too senselessly violent.

Life | ČTK

A three-day exhibition in Prague dubbed Voayer shows 13 naked women mostly in submissive positions, some of whom the visitors, who must be over 18, can touch in gloves, to get people acquainted with less usual sexual practices, its organiser Mario Petreje told CTK before its opening on Thursday.

Life | ČTK

Over 85,000 people, 3,000 more than a year ago, visited this year's one-week Prague Pride, highlighting the live of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals (LGBT).