Saturday, 25 May 2019
Arts | Radio Prague

The 18th edition of the annual Prague Fringe festival starts today. Theatres, cafes and many other spaces in the Czech capital's picturesque Malá Strana district will host a weeklong programme packed with events ranging from theatre to music. The festival is the brainchild of Scotsman Steve Gove. He says the relatively small size of the Prague Fringe is actually an advantage.

Arts | Brno Daily

The largest and oldest anime and manga fan-event will take over Brno Exhibition Center this weekend. Fans can look forward to meeting Tetsuro Shimaguchi, a Japanese samurai choreographer that worked for the Kill Bill movie; and Orchid, a Spanish doll photographer.

Arts | Prague TV

Close your eyes, open your ears and listen! One of the greatest musical storytellers and member of Kompakt label Kölsch will narrate his story tonight at Roxy with an eclectic All Night set presenting his own label IPSO.

Life | Radio Prague

Monoxylon is the Greek term for a vessel chiselled out from a single tree trunk. It's also the name of a Czech-led experimental archaeological expedition, which first set off in such a craft back in 1995.

Life | Brno Daily

Dave Brevik, Gavin Goulden and other key names of the game development industry will be in Brno for Game Access 2019 Conference from Friday to Sunday. Dozens of talks, workshops and networking events have been organized to track the latest trends in the game development and video gaming field.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

BIRD Aerosystems, the leading developer of Airborne Missile Protection Systems (AMPS) and Special Mission Aircraft Solutions (ASIO), will participate in this year's International Defence and Security Technologies Fair in Brno next week.

Life | CareerBuilder

If you speak two or more languages the Top Language Jobs Fair taking place at the Prague Congress Centre on 25th May is a great way to showcase your language skills, and get that new job you are looking for.

Life | Radio Prague

The eleventh edition of the Night of Open Churches gets underway across the Czech Republic on Friday. This year, more than 1,600 churches and other religious sites will be open to the public until the late night hours. Visitors will be also able to attend concerts, exhibitions, workshops and other programmes.

Life | Radio Prague

Translator, literary scholar and historical sociologist Martin Tharp's current research focuses on the working-class counterculture of post-1968 Czechoslovakia. He finds that – dissident groups such as Charter 77 aside – the "underground" social movement comprised a diffuse and generalised sentiment of an "emotive-artistic resistance to state cultural control" and censorship.

Arts | Prague TV

Popular station Radio Wave will take over auspices of the covered New Wave Stage at the Křížík Pavilions. This location will allow the stage to continue holding performances much longer than the open-air stages.

Life | Prague TV

The US-born performing artist and the founder of the English stand-up community in Wroclaw, is coming to Prague to talk about his life in Poland, his new home.

Arts | Prague TV

Lovers of traditional jazz can enjoy today's concert of Old Timers Jazz Band at Reduta Jazz Club.

Life | Prague TV

When one thinks of an outdoor amusement park, one thinks of long lines of people, walking around big asphalt parking lots, concrete walkways, looking at steel rides and waiting for a chance to participate. Is there a chance to do some ridiculous things, have fun, burn some stress and avoid the uncomfortable masses? The answer is Action Park, Prague.

Life | Brno Daily

A new exhibition dedicated to the senior citizens and services suitable for the older population in the city entitled "Brno Takes Care of Its Seniors" was opened yesterday in Galerie Vaňkovka.

Life | FAO.org

Disappearing pollinators can mean losing some of the nutritious food we need for a healthy diet.