December 16, National Theatre (New Stage)
The new mini-opera About Smolíček was specially written for the Children’s Opera Prague. The story revolves around a disobedient boy named Smolíček, taken by a deer with golden antlers. The performance is accompanied by a small orchestra.
December 18, Culture Center Knoflík
Drop by Café Knoflík from 3 pm to 7 pm to craft small and creative Christmas gifts and participate in festive activities
Prague Youth Theatre Advanced: The Canterbury Tales Part 2
December 19, U Mecenáše
Under the eye of Chaucer himself, pilgrims recount tales to entertain their companions on the road to Canterbury. The comic, bawdy, and sometimes sublime theatrical tales and their tellers are a testament to Chaucer’s insight into human nature. By Geoffrey Chaucer. Adapted for the stage by Mike Poulton.
Christmas theater and art workshop
December 19, Municipal Library
A free Christmas fairy tale (30 minutes), “Grandpa with a beard all over” about a lonely old man at Christmas is performed by the the Anička and Airplane theater troupe. A holiday-themed art workshop will follow the performance.
Christmas of Our Great Grandmothers
December 20-January 1, 2020, Toulcův dvůr
The already cozy Baroque-era farmstead is livening things up for Christmas complete with an exhibition of nativity scenes in their stables as well as workshops for making gingerbread and live carolling and other activities.
Christmas Theater at Jazz Dock
A puppet folk play featuring shepherds, devils, angels, birth of Jesus, and the adoration of kings. The play is partially sung, hear some lesser known carols and all-time favorites, with singing along encouraged! In Czech.
Gingerbread Nativity Scene
December 21-January 26, Church of St. Matthew
Prague has a beautiful number of nativity scenes on display during the advent season though this one is especially consisting of more than 300 hand-decorated gingerbread pieces portraying from different regions of Bohemia. No nibbling!
Robotic Christmas at Muddum
Prepare robotic hands, mobile belts, and Lego ornaments using special robotic kits by Lego Education WeDo 2.0 (children aged 6-8 years) or Mindstorms EV3 (children 9+); build and program mechanisms and robots to help speed up Christmas preparations.
Star of Bethlehem
December 22, MAT Cinema
An afternoon of Czech Christmas fairy tales, including Mole and the Green Star will be screened at Prague’s smallest movie theater. While the films are in the original Czech, many of them have very little dialogue and promise visual wonder for all languages.
December 22, Kino Aero
Spend the afternoon catching Christmas fairy tales followed by a creative workshop called Decorators, where children use geometry to design patterns for wrapping paper and Christmas decorations.
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