The summer 2019 Imagination Festival / photo via Facebook @Imaginationfestival

The 10 best things to do in Prague this week: November 18-24

This week comes in with a folk rock lion and goes out with an electronic lamb, with several exhibit openings and fantastic food in between

Glen Hansard
November 18, Archa Theater
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Favorite local troubadour Glen Hansard, one half of the acclaimed folk-rock duo The Swell Season with Czech singer and pianist Markéta Irglová, will introduce a new album, “This Wild Wilding.”

Promoe
November 18, Lucerna Music Bar
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Swedish rapper Promoe (Looptroop Rockers) debuts a new solo album “The Art of Losing,” based on the themes of complex love relationships, social structures, friendships, rap and graffiti. The tour is accompanied by rapper producer DJ Isak’sSon.

Russian Film Week
November 19, Slovanský dům
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Consisting of more than 25 films, including a number of the most successful and significant recent Russian films in many genres from horror to comedy (close to a dozen of which are English-subtitled). The festival will also offer an accompanying program. Presented by the Flash Film Festival and the Russian Embassy.

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GULE Pop-Up
November 20, Dva Kohouti
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Pop-up Food Truck GULE (Gastronomy Enabling People to Exist) will whip up donuts, coffee, shakes, and lemonade for patrons of this Karlín brewpub. The social enterprise creates employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

The Fourth Monkey
November 20, Alfred ve dvoře
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The premiere of a dark grotesque tale of “failed fortune telling, time travelling and rituals stored in cellular memory.” Based on Marshall McLuhan and others, experimental performances by the Alfred ve dvoře are language-barrier free.

The Jawa Phenomenon
November 20, National Technical Museum
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The new exhibition commemorates the 90th anniversary of the Czech motorcycle manufacturer, founded in Prague in 1929 by František Janeček. Visitors can see dozens of motorcycles, cars, and trophies as well as drivers’ equipment on loan from private collections.

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Dim Sum and Pad Thai Night
November 21, Tamarind Tree
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The once popular pop-up, now a poular brick-and-mortar Vyšehrad restaurant, hosts Thursday theme nights, this week featuring yeast bao, duck spring rolls, and Takoyaki with octopus as well as Pad Thai.

Imagination Festival
November 22, PVA Expo Prague Letňany
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The largest bass music and harder styles festival in Czech Republic, Imagination Festival combines modern electronic music genres with unique audiovisual experience on two stages with many headliners from all around the world.

Lamb
Lucerna Music Bar, November 24
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The British duo Lamb returns to the Prague stage to debut their seventh album “The Secret of Letting Go.” The album hovers in the spaces between the sounds, where the ethereal voice of Lou Rhodes and the instrumental mastery of Andy Barlow mingle.

Vintage vinyl sale
November 24, Koncept 0
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Special sale of more than a hundred original tape records for 50 CZK/each and regular sale of 300 vinyl records from 100 CZK/each. Listen to the records on the tape deck and LP player at this cozy little Vršovice cafe at the entrance to Grebovka park also hosting regular brunch.

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