Jiří Hauschka – The owls are not what they seem
Now through January 31, 2020, Černá labuť gallery
Hailing from Šumperk, Czech painter Jiří Hauschka’s work (the new exhibit takes its name from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks) is a symbiosis, of man and nature, forests, and lakes, jungles and waterfalls, a painters’ wilderness.
November 25, ROXY
The British band brings their seventies-flavored psychedelic rock to Prague after two years in support of a new album, Hot Motion. Spanish singer-songwriter Anni B Sweet is the supporting act.
November 27, Kino Mat
Cinephiles take note: the diminutive Kino Mat will screen a 35-mm copy of Mike Nichols’ groundbreaking 1967 film “The Graduate” starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft as age-inappropriate lovers with an iconic soundtrack by Simon & Garfunkel.
Little Prince pop-up dinner party
November 28, Vnitroblock
A unique pop-up experience based on Czech artist Eliška Podzimková’s illustrations of French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s A Little Prince. Six extraordinary courses will be presented by the Zase project a collective of chefs that specializes in themed gastronomic experiences.
Prague Beer Fest
November 29, Pragovka Art District
A wide selection of traditional craft beers from local and foreign breweries. The perfect place to pick up a beer-themed Christmas gift. Each guest will take home a glass with the festival logo.
November 29, Prostor 39
Exchange clothing, books or children’s toys in good condition. Those interested can bring items of the above-mentioned categories in good condition and take the same number of items home free of charge.
November 29, Tipsport Arena
Austrian DJ and electro-swing released the first single from his new album in March. He comes to Prague in support of Gringo and is joined by singer Elena Karafizi.
52 Lovers (English version)
November 30, Kolowrat Theatre
Czech magician Ondřej Pšenička has traveled the world with his humorous act appearing on US TV show, “Penn & Teller: Fool Us.” He brings an English-language version of his show to the intimate Kolowrat Theatre for a rare English-friendly performance.
Dyzajn market zima
November 30-December 1, Václav Havel square
Dyzajn Market is one of the most popular Prague selling exhibitions of original works, comprising close to 350 designers of jewelry, accessories, art objects, porcelain, toys, and stationery. The event also has a rich accompanying program, a children’s play area, and 20 stalls with top food and drink vendors. Free entry.
The Nutcracker, A Christmas Dream
December 1, Vinohrady Theatre
The traditional Christmas ballet takes the stage of one of Prague’s most prestigious theatres, incorporating elements of classical ballet, pantomime, and gorgeous sets to create a stunning Christmas atmosphere sure to capture the imagination of young and old alike. (Several other performances of this holiday classic take place throughout December).