Lenka Vagnerová & Company are starting a new dance studio at Na Košince 8 Praha 8.
“Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe” is a new international project that aims to network, and to strengthen the status and expertise of European dance critics.
Radim Vizváry, the Thalia Award winning and internationally acclaimed mime artist, director, and teacher, became the Artistic Director of the National Theatre’s fourth stage, Laterna magika, earlier this year.
The Focus Agency, specializing in marketing and PR, ranked the Brno National Theatre Ballet’s Baletiště among 2020 top ten ads.
The third and last part of the project focusing on the relationship of contemporary art, choreography and contemporary dance is dedicated to the question of bodily motion...
Letní Letná prepares its 18th edition, acrobats from Great Britain will bring Lexicon of Circus Magic
The odds are constantly changing for culture, but the organisers of the International Festival of Contemporary Circus and Theatre Letní Letná believe there is always something to look forward to.
In response to the government measures implemented this spring and largely restricting the existence of live culture, the companies Cirk La Putyka and HEAVEN’S GATE decided to remain active.
The European network of young choreographers Aerowaves has selected three Czech productions to become part of the Aerowaves Twenty21.
No more worries that culture is too far to reach. Watch a performance whenever and wherever you want – the latest hit or a classic that has not been on for years.
After a year, the specialist online magazine Taneční aktuality is coming with another print issue – Special Edition, this time focusing on Dance and Audience.
Tanec Praha has won the public tender for the long-term lease of a dilapidating building in Prague 3, the former Žižkov Spa.
The National Theatre is planning nineteen premieres for the 2020/2021 theatre season – including those that have been postponed from last season owing to the quarantine.
The 9th Mime Fest, festival of mime theatre in Polička near Svitavy, will not welcome international participants this year due to the pandemic.
Letní Letná is going to be “Light” this year, yet offering an extensive Czech and international programme
Due to coronavirus restrictions, some parts of the Letní Letná festival had to be postponed to next year. However, in reaction to the easing of lockdown measures, the organisers have decided to provide audiences with a lighter version of the festival this year.
The winner of Taneční aktuality Wild Card was announced following today‘s performance of GUIDEd Tour in the PONEC theatre.
Letní Letná prepares its 18th edition, acrobats from Great Britain will bring Lexicon of Circus MagicNews