First Czech band to sign a deal with a Western label after ’89; shoegaze pioneers on par with My Bloody Valentine or British Sea Power.
This Swedish swing and hip-hop hybrid are music festival faves who even rocked the Colbert Report a few years back.
Idaho-based singer-songwriter Trevor Powers debuts his dreamy psychedelia, with an Americana touch, in Prague.
This English synthpop duo’s sad and moody tracks recall the melancholy sound of their ’80s forebearers Joy Division.
Missed out on the glory days of CBGB? The drummer for punk godfathers The Ramones makes some noise in Prague this month.
Czech singer Never Sol’s songs have a Lynchian quality; the Prague Philharmonic will enhance her eerie compositions.
Remembering Ziggy with music and film clips. The evening also brings awareness to a Czech NGO devoted to protecting the bat.
Gay ballet-dancer-turned-rapper-and-producer brings his memorable live act to town in support of a new album “Out and Proud.”
Amsterdam’s hottest deep house duo hits Prague for the first time with a funky, energetic DJ set that is currently the talk of the scene.
One of the best drum & bass festivals worldwide, renowned for its frenetic vibe and massive crowds. Afterparty at Storm Club.
The 14th edition of this festival of new theater has a line-up of dance, theater, and circus performances at nine venues across the city.
Czechs really love new circus, don’t they? Contemporary dance, physical and visual theatre, and contemporary music give this festival big-top bombast.
Twenty-nine films from five Nordic countries will be screened with English subtitles.
Take your sweetheart to a restored screening of the Bogart-Bacall classic in one of Europe’s longest running cinemas – now that’s romantic!
Psycho, Vertigo, The Birds, and other essentials of the Hitchcock catalogue are screened as part of the Masters of Horror series.
Art & Design
Sculptural, kinetic, sound and site-specific installations, performances, and videoart in the retrofuturist style.
The Dissident Chinese artist will not only exhibit in Prague, but also visit the Czech capital to participate in a series of lectures and film screenings.
A retrospective exhibition of the Canadian director’s sketches, drawings, and curiosities as well as film excerpts opens this month at Prague City Gallery.
Artworks and projects by foreign and Czech artists explore the current economic model.
English-language production of the pentultimate Ibsen text about marriage, family, and a haunted past.
One-woman show presenting a novella about life in 1940’s New York as told through the perspective of 18-year-old Harlem Markenson.
Food & Drink
A sweet warm-up to the 14th: Beloved Prague buskers will play an intimate set in the fitting venue of a chocolate shop.
This unlikely venue for a baking class lets you try your hand at treats for two (pear-filled rolls, winter chocolate cake) by Marina Bakery.
This trendy Vinohrady cultural space provides the setting for a weekend of talks and workshops, booths with veggie fare, and live hip-hop music.
Chinese fireworks, lanterns, and traditional dance performances highlight this colorful annual celebration. Admission is free.