At the beginning of the summer, Prague's venues Venuše ve Švehlovce and Studio ALTA took on an interesting challenge by inviting three butoh dance teachers to lead masterclasses and offering participants an extra scholarship for their participation.
The Nultý bod Festival, which celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, will spend its celebration by relaxing. In Prague, the festival regularly fills the cultural programme in July and offers innovative performances of contemporary foreign and Czech works...
In early spring, Prague traditionally hosts Czech Dance Platform, a showcase of “the most interesting Czech contemporary dance and movement theatre.”
Gemini Horoscope for October 21 2022: “Today, your nervous system is being refurbished; it's about time. Expect some sudden fatigue. The best thing, in fact, would be if you could rest, as your body requires a concentration of energy to do the work.”
In La Caresse du Coma ft. Yolo, artists Anne Lise Le Gac together with musician and performer Loto Retina create a quasi-shamanic experience through fictional and theatrical means.
Films premiered during the 59th edition of the Golden Prague International Television Festival, organized by the Czech Television, will raise the curtain on the lives of prominent Czech artists...
The body gives simplicity, resistance, or surprise. The mind enables understanding, confusion, or poetry. The emotional responses appear on the way through triggers and memories. Interacting or choreographing evokes all of these parts together.
It must have been Day 3 of Kiosk Festival for Theatre and Dance when, scrambling out of my tent – surrounded by a watery moat from the last night’s torrential rain at Stanica Cultural Centre – I understood how near to art I had come.
A new piece – Poe – has been added to the repertoire of Laterna magika. It raised expectations because of its author: Lenka Vagnerová...
The Czech Dance Platform (CDP), which took place in Prague from 24th to 26th April , presented once again a selection of local contemporary dance productions.
This year‘s Bazaar Festival thematically followed the previous edition and focused on migration and resistance to threats in the environmental crisis.
Studio ALTA has come up with a new “pay what you can” admission system. The audience can now choose from five price offers regardless of the seat they end up occupying.