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                         • Galleries • Museums
                     • Monuments • Theaters
                 • Classical Music • Music
              Clubs • Foreign Cultural Centers
          • Cinemas • Film Premieres • Hotels
      • Restaurants • Night Clubs • Sightseeing
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        Prague Events                                                                      Contents

Basic Information, Emergency . . 2                   Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Public Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3         Film Premieres . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Places of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4       Cinemas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Gardens and Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . 6          Restaurants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Monastery of the Infant Jesus . . . 7                Hairdresser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
                                                     Fashion Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Divine Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
                                                     Cafés, Internet & Tea Rooms . . 81
Prague Castle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
                                                     Hotels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Vyšehrad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                                                     Taxi & Car Rental . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Křižíkova fontána . . . . . . . . . . . .11
                                                     Hostels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Prague ZOO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
                                                     City Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86-87
Theaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15    Night Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . 88-89, 96
Classical Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21         Sightseeing Tours . . . . . . . . . 90-91
Museums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27       Transit Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92-93
Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37   Books in English . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Foreign Cultural Centers . . . . . . 46              Tattoo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

        Advance ticket sales for top-class cultural events
        The Ticket Sale Centres

        Malé námûstí 13, Praha 1
        Tel.: +420 224 227 832
                   224 237 727
        Fax: +420 224 218 167
                   224 219 480

        Na Pfiíkopû 16, Praha 1
        Tel./Fax: +420 224 215 031


Basic Information, Emergency                           Prague Events

                              IF YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE
                                             ABOUT THE CITY, TRY
                              INFORMATION SERVICE
    • visit our website on
    • call 12 444 or 221 714 444
    • contact us via e-mail:
    •visit one of our tourist information centers:
              Lesser Town Bridge Tower, Mostecká St., Prague 1
                Main Railway Station, Wilsonova 8, Prague 2
               Old Town City Hall, Old Town Square 1, Prague 1
                  Information Center, Rytířská 31, Prague 1


                               UNIVERSAL EMERGENCY LINE:      112
                                     FIRE DEPARTMENT:
                                MUNICIPAL POLICE: 156
                                 STATE POLICE: 158
                       FOREIGN POLICE INFO LINE: 974 841 356-7
                      FORECALL FOR THE CZECH REPUBLIC IS 00420

                                        • Motol Hospital, V úvalu 84,
    NON-STOP PHARMACIES                   Prague 5, tel.: 224 435 721
• Palackého 5, Prague 1                 • Vítězné nám. 13, Prague 6
  tel.: 224 946 982                       tel.: 224 325 520
• Belgická 37, Prague 2                 • Fr. Křížka 22, Prague 7
  tel.: 222 513 396                       tel.: 233 375 599
• Vídeňská 800, Prague 4                • Na Bulovce Hospital, Bulovka 282,
  tel.: 241 718 111                       Prague 8, tel.: 266 082 032
• Štefánikova 6, Prague 5               • Plaňanská 1, Prague 8
  tel.: 257 320 194                       tel.: 281 019 258

                                DENTAL EMERGENCY
                            Palackého 5, Prague 1, tel.: 224 946 981
                            Mon-Thu 7 pm-630 am, Fri 4 pm-630 am
                                 Sat-Sun & holidays non-stop

    Prague Events                                         Public Transport

                      PUBLIC TRANSPORT
                         IN PRAGUE

  Prague’s public transport system is quite simple, as it consists of three
 lines of underground (signed A, B and C) and a network of bus and tram
   lines. Plans of city transportation can be found at every metro station
    and a number of bus and tram stops. Furthermore, you can visit one
          of the Prague Public Transport Company’s infocentres:
 • metro station ‘Muzeum’ (lines A, C) • metro station ‘Anděl’ (line B)
 • metro station ‘Můstek’ (lines A, B) • Prague City Hall (Jungmannova 29)
 • Holešovice Train Station (line C) • Ruzyně Airport - Terminals 1 and 2
       Or, you can call the Telephone Info Line # 800 19 18 17
         (operating hours 7 am-9 pm, English speaking operators).
            If you want to search your way through the city, visit
                 the company’s website:


Places of Interest                                      Prague Events

                 photographs (c) Prague Information Service
                   more information at

Charles Bridge /KARLÙV MOST/ The oldest
Prague bridge built in the place of the Judita's
Bridge that had been badly damaged by a flood
in 1342. The Stone or Prague Bridge since
1870 called Charles Bridge, was founded by
Charles IV in the year 1357.

               Old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock
               /STAROMÌSTSKÁ    RADNICE S ORLOJEM/ Old Town Sqaure,
               Prague 1, open Mon 11 am-6 pm, Tue-Sun 9 am-6 pm;
               admission 70 CZK, reduced 50 CZK. Established as the
               seat of the Old Town authorities. In the top section of the
               astronomical clock (early 15th century), the 12 apostles
               appear every hour from 9 am-9 pm

The oldest preserved synagogue in the Central
Europe. It was built in the early gothic style in the
late 13th century and richly adorned by stonework.
Also the inside furnishings (gothic wrought-iron
grill, wrought chandeliers) are of ancient origin. Up
till now it has served as a house of prayer and the
main synagogue of the Prague Jewish community.

                       Old Jewish Cemetery - Jewish Museum
                       /STARÝ ZIDOVSKÝ   HØBITOV     ¡
                                                   - ZIDOVSKÉ   MUZEUM/
                    Široká 3, Prague 1. Open 9 am-6 pm, Established
                    in the mid-15th century it served as a burial site
                    till 1787. Among 12 000 gothic, renaisance and
baroque tombstones are also those of Rabbi Jehuda Löw (1609) and
Mordechai Maisel (1601).

Bethlehem Chapel /BETLÉMSKÁ KAPLE/
Betlémské náměstí, Prague 1. Open 10 am-630 pm,
closed on Mondays. Founded in 1391 for sermons
in the Czech language. Master Jan Hus preached
there between 1402-1412. In 1661 altered to a
catholic church by Jesuits. In 1786 it was pulled
down. In the years 1950- 1952 a replica of the original
chapel was erected on the site (architect J. Fragner).

     Prague Events                                       Places of Interest

                         St. Nicholas Church /CHRÁM SV. MIKULÁŠE/
                         Lesser Town Sqaure, Prague 1. Open 9 am-5 pm.
                         One of the most valuable buildings of the
                         ‘Prague Baroque’ period, built by architects
                         K. Dienzenhofer, K. I. Dienzenhofer and A. Lu-
                         rago in 1704-1756.

Municipal House /OBECNÍ DÙM/ An Art Nouveau
building constructed in 1905-1911 (A. Balšánek,
O. Polívka). The rich interieor and exterior decora-
tion is work of A. Mucha, M. Švabinský, J. V.
Myslbek, etc. The monumental Smetana concert
hall forms the centre of the building being the place
of the International Music Festival Prague Spring.

                Petřín View Tower /PETØÍNSKÁ ROZHLEDNA/
                Open 10 am-10 pm. Reduced copy of the Eiffel Tower (60
                m high) built in 1891 on the occasion of the Jubilee
                Exhibition. 299 steps lead up to the
                top platform. Accessible on foot
                or by funicular from Újezd Street
                (9 am-1130 pm every 15 minutes)

Television Tower Žižkov /TELEVIZNÍ VÌZ ZIZKOV/  ¡
Mahlerovy sady 1, Prague 3. Connection: subway line
A, station Jiřího z Poděbrad. Open 10 am-11 pm. The
highest structure in Prague (216 m) by architects
Václav Aulický and Jirí Kozák. The structure is com-
posed of three steel body tubes. A lookout cabin is situ-
ated in the height of 97 m, a restaurant by 34 m below it.

                        Dancing House /TANÈÍCÍ DÙM/
                        Rašínovo nábřezí 1981/80, Prague 2. Built in
                        1992–1996 by architects Vlado Milunic and
                        Frank O. Gehry, awarded the prestige prize of
                        the American Time magazine in 1996. Also
                        called ‘Ginger and Fred’.

Emauzy /EMAUZY/ Vyšehradská 49, Prague 2
The only Slavonic monastery in the west
Christianity of the Charles’s empire, centre of
scholarship and arts. The church was destroyed
in 1945 during an American air-raid and later
re-built according to the architect F. M. Černý.

Gardens and Parks                                        Prague Events

                        THE PRAGUE CASTLE GARDENS
                        /ZAHRADY PRAZSKÉHO HRADU/
                        Open daily 10 am-9 pm. South Gardens -
                        Paradise, Hartig, On the Ramparts, On the
                        Bastion, On the Riding Hall Terrace, Upper and
                        Lower Deer Gully and Masaryk Vista. As a rule
                        the gardens are opened at 10 am by fanfares from
                        the Hartig Music Pavilion.

Open daily 10 am-9 pm, access from
Valdštejnské náměstí 3, Prague 1. Located
at the southern slopes below the Prague
castle. Baroque balustrade terraces with
sculptures, monumental staircases, the fountains and jets. There are
beautiful views of the Lesser Town and city-panorama from the terraces.

                       Open daily 10 am-6 pm. Access from Letenská St.,
                       Prague 1. An early baroque garden of a strictly
                       geometric design built in 1623-1629. The garden
                       is dominated by an imposing sala terrena, worth
                       seeing are also an artificial grotto with stalactites
and stalagmites, a fountain with a bronze statue of Venus and gallery of
bronze statues by Adrian de Vries.

Open daily 10 am-6 pm, access from Karmelitská 25, Prague 1 (Lesser
Town). Terrace baroque garden, work of F. H. Kanka from around 1720.
The many sculptures are the work of M. Braun. Opened after an exten-
sive renovation in 1998. Registered by UNESCO.

Connection: metro line A station 'Hradčanská', tram Nos 18, 20 station
'Chotkovy sady'. A large green area, the best place to relax and take a
view all over the old Prague.

Connection: tram Nos 5, 12, 14, 15 or 17 to station 'Výstaviště'. Former
royal game preserve, Stromovka is now an English-style park and a pop-
ular sports and leisure time destination. Stromovka lies in the vicinity of
the Prague Exhibition Grounds.

     Prague Events                         Infant Jesus, Divine Services

/KLÁŠTER      ¡
          PRAZ SKÉHO JEZULÁTKA/ Church of Our Lady of Victory
Karmelitská 9, Prague 1 - Malá Strana; tel.: 257 533 646, fax: 257 530
370, e-mail:,, the church is
open Mon-Sat 830 am-7 pm, Sun 8 am-8 pm

                     MUSEUM - Wardrobe of the Infant
                     Jesus of Prague, devotional items, and a video of the
                     changing of the dress of the Infant Jesus statue; sale
                     of religious art and souvenirs in the shop inside the
                     monastery, open Mon-Sat 940 am-530 pm, Sun 1 pm-
                     6 pm

bition of cribs, artistic items, and a mission presentation, open Mon-Sat

• In English St. Thomas’ Church, Josefská 8, Prague 1, Sun 11 am, Sat
6 pm; Church of Virgin Mary the Victorious, Karmelitská 9, Prague 1, Sun
noon • In French St. Joseph’s Church, Josefská 4, Prague 1, Sun 11 am
• In Italian Church of the Holy Cross, Na Příkopě 16, Prague 1, Sun 1130
                            am; Church of Virgin Mary the Victorious, Kar-
                            melitská 9, Prague 1, winter Sun 530 pm, sum-
                            mer Sun 630 pm • In Latin Church of Jesus
                            the King, Kolbenova 14, Prague 8, winter Mon
                            5 pm, summer Mon 6 pm; St. Ignac’s Church,
                            Karlovo nám., Prague 2, Sun 11 am; Church of
                            the Ascension of Virgin Mary, K Dolům 31/5,
                            Prague 4, 4th Sun in the winter months 530 pm,
                            summer 630 pm, Sat 8 am; Church of the Birth
                            of Virgin Mary, V Lázních, Prague 5, Sat 6 pm;
St. Salvator’s Church
                            St. Adalbert’s Church, U Meteoru, Prague 8,
winter Sat 4 pm, summer Sat 5 pm; St. Wenceslas’ Church, Nám. 14. října
17, Prague 5, 1st Fri in the month 630 am • In German Church of St.
Francis of Assisi, Křižovnické nám., Prague 1, Sun 11 am • In Spanish
St. Voršila, Národní třída, Prague 1, Sun 1130 am; Church of Virgin Mary
the Victorious, Karmelitská 9, Prague 1, Sat 7 pm • In Portuguese St.
Thomas’ Church, Josefská 8, Prague 1, St. Barbara’s Chapel Sun 1215 pm

The Prague Castle                                          Prague Events

                    THE PRAGUE CASTLE
                    /PRAZSKÝ HRAD/ The castle complex is open 5 am-
                    midnight, areas requiring admission (The Cathedral,
                    Old Royal Palace, St. George Basilica, Powder Tower,
                    Daliborka Tower) are open 9 am-6 pm, The Prague
                    Castle Gardens are open 10 am-6 pm

 National cultural monument, the symbol of more than millennial devel-
 opment of the Czech state. Since its foundation in the last quar-
 ter of the 9th century
 it has been develo-
 ping uninterruptedly
 throughout the past
 eleven centuries. It is
 a monumental com-
 plex of ecclesiastical,
 fortification, residen-
 tial and office buildings
 representing all archi-                                    photo R. Maleček

 tectural styles and periods, surrounding three castle courtyards and
 covering 45 hectares. Originally it used to be the residence of princes
     and kings of Bohemia, since 1918 it is the seat of the president.

                       St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert
                       Cathedral /KATEDRÁLA SV. VÍTA/ Open Mon-Sat
                       9 am-5 pm, Sun noon--5 pm. The spiritual sym-
                       bol of the Czech state, founded in 1344 by the
                       king John of Luxembourg. Construction began
                       according to the plans of Matthias of Arras (until
1352) and Petr Parléř (1356-1399) and it was completed nearly 600
years later, in 1929. Decorated by precious works of art it encloses
St. Wenceslas' Chapel and the Crypt with tombs of Bohemian kings.

Golden Lane /ZLATÁ ULIÈKA/ Entry free after 6 pm
Small houses built in the gothic fortification, the 16th
century homes of castle riflemen and craftsmen.
In 1916-1917, Franz Kafka used to work in No. 22.

                   St. George's Convent /KLÁŠTER SV. JIØÍ/ The oldest
                   monastery in the Czech Lands, founded in 973 by
                   the Prince Boleslav II and his sister Mlada for
                   Benedictine nuns. In 1782 dissolved by the Emperor
                   Joseph II, after that the building was used as barracks.
                   Now one of the collections of the National Gallery
                   is shown here (Czech Art of the 19th Century).
     Prague Events                                        The Prague Castle

The Story of the Prague Castle
Open daily 9 am-5 pm. This unique project presents the history of the
Prague Castle. Visitors may examine models of Prague Castle in each of
the stages it has gone through and discover original items on display
from the Castle's collections. More info on
Open daily 9 am-6 pm. The works of celebrated European painters from
the Renaissance and Baroque periods: Tizian, Tintoretto, Rubens, Hans
von Achen, Spranger, Veronese, Cranach, Holbein, Kupecký, Brandl and
others. Details on
Open daily 9 am-6 pm. Military history of Bohemia. The evolution of mili-
tary affairs in the 17th and 18th centuries.

EXHIBITIONS                               Need to learn more about exhibitions
                                         and other events at the Prague Castle?
RIDING SCHOOL                    
Biedermeier Arts and Culture
in the Bohemian Lands, 1814-48
Until Sep 28. Open daily 10 am-6 pm. In the first half of the 19th centu-
ry, middle-class society created its own distinctive style of art and way of
life. Reflecting the timeless values of temperance, practicality, and sim-
plicity the style came to be called ‘Biedermeier’ in the Austrian Empire.
A Prague Flâneur - Jiří Všetečka, until Aug 31
Open daily 10 am-6 pm. This retrospective to mark the 70th birthday of
photographer Jiří Všetečka presents a selection of his best works.
FIGURE XX: Věra Janoušková, Eva Kmentová, A. Szapocznikow -
Three Sculptors of the Sixties Generation, from Jul 31-Oct 31
The works of the three sculptors share a common starting point. All
three women were pupils of Josef Wagner at the Academy of Decorative
Arts in Prague.
Clocks and Watches, until Sep 28
Open daily 10 am-6 pm. This collection of clocks and watches from
Prague Castle works together to form a fascinating whole, documenting
the development of the measurement of time, interior design during the
last 250 years, and the craftsmanship of renowned watchmakers and
clockmakers from Prague and Western Europe.

Vyšehrad                                             Prague Events

            /NÁRODNÍ KULTURNÍ PAMÁTKA VYŠEHRAD/ Administration
            residence V Pevnosti 159/5b, Prague 2, tel.: 241 410 348,
            tel./fax: 241 410 247, e-mail:,
A place of myths and legends, and the seat of the first King of Bohemia
at the end of the 11th century; a symbol of Czech statehood

PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS (open daily 930 am-6 pm)
Vyšehrad as Part of the History of Prague's Fortifications (wheel-
chair accessible) - the entrance is from the Brick (Prague) Gate, giving
access to Gorlice (wheelchair accessible, assistance recommended -
uneven terrain) underground hall and the casemates, with six original
Baroque statues from the Charles Bridge
The Historic Faces of Vyšehrad - in the newly restored Gothic Cellar,
(wheelchair accessible), entrance from the Old Burgrave's Residence
Information center in the Gothic Gate, from the time of Charles IV, locat-
ed between the Tábor and Leopold’s Gates; information, souvenirs, pub-
lications on Vyšehrad, promotional materials, refreshments, restrooms
VYŠEHRAD GALLERY (above the Baths of Libuše)
Petr Faltus a Peter Balhar - ...and I have so much soul
that I no longer have a body, until Jul 27
Graphics, paintings, sculptures
Blanka Lamrová, Eva Bergea Lamrová, from Jul 30-Aug 31
Paintings, photographs
Basilica is wheelchair accessible) Open daily 8 am-6 pm. The burial site
where over 600 prominent figures of Czech culture are buried, including:
A. Dvořák, K. Čapek, B. Němcová, K. H. Mácha, J. Neruda, A. Mucha,
M. Aleš, E. Destinnová, J. Heyrovský, B. Smetana, Z. Štěpánek
    Prague Events                                     Krizik’s Fountain

                KRIZIK’S FOUNTAIN
                /KØIZÍKOVA FONTÁNA/ Prague Exhibition Grounds
                Prague 7; tel.: 220 103 280, 220 103 295,
                fax: 233 377 220, e-mail:,

1 Jul    8 pm   Vangelis - 1492: Conquest of Paradise
         9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - From the New World
        10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (ballet)
        11 pm   F. Mercury & M. Caballé - Barcelona
2 Jul    8 pm   Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
         9 pm   Bedřich Smetana - My Country
        10 pm   Hallo Broadway (musical show)
        11 pm   Gladiator - film soundtrack
3 Jul    8 pm   Love and Death in Film (Troya, King Arthur, Zorro...)
         9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
        10 pm   George Bizet - Carmen (ballet)
        11 pm   Scheherezade, Polovtsian Dances, Kartinky
4 Jul    8 pm   Famous Themes of Romantic Concertos
         9 pm   The Three Tenors - Pavarotti, Carreras, Domingo
        10 pm   The Little Mermaid - romantic ballet story
        11 pm   W. A. Mozart - Prague Symphony, Symphony in G minor
5 Jul    8 pm   Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
         9 pm   Bedřich Smetana - My Country
        10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet (ballet)
        11 pm   Queen - Goodbye, Freddie
Krizik’s Fountain                                   Prague Events

 6 Jul    8 pm   F. Mercury & M. Caballé - Barcelona
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - From the New World
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (ballet music)
         11 pm   Gladiator - film soundtrack
 7 Jul    8 pm   Romantic Strings
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
         10 pm   The Time of My Love - music from classical ballets
         11 pm   Love and Death in Film (Troya, King Arthur, Zorro...)
 8 Jul    8 pm   Mozart/Rossini - Marriages by Figaro (musical parody)
          9 pm   Al Bano - Carrisi (Concerto classico)
         10 pm   George Bizet - Carmen (ballet)
         11 pm   J. Horner - Titanic (film music)
 9 Jul    8 pm   London Symphonic Orchestra Is Performing Rock
          9 pm   Famous Themes of Romantic Concertos
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet (ballet)
         11 pm   Ludwig van Beethoven - 9th Symphony in D minor
10 Jul    8 pm   Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
          9 pm   Bedřich Smetana - My Country
         10 pm   The Little Mermaid - romantic ballet story
         11 pm   Love and Death in Film (Troya, King Arthur, Zorro...)
11 Jul    8 pm   Scheherezade, Polovtsian Dances, Kartinky
          9 pm   Vangelis - 1492: Conquest of Paradise
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (ballet)
         11 pm   Queen - Goodbye, Freddie
12 Jul    8 pm   Ludwig van Beethoven - 9th Symphony in D minor
          9 pm   Film Music of the 20th Century - Armageddon, Titanic...
         10 pm   Spirit of Fountain - The Best of Ballet
         11 pm   Romantic Strings
13 Jul    8 pm   Antonín Dvořák - From the New World
          9 pm   Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
         10 pm   Hallo Broadway (musical show)
         11 pm   Gladiator - film soundtrack
14 Jul    8 pm   The Three Tenors - Pavarotti, Carreras, Domingo
          9 pm   Vangelis - 1492: Conquest of Paradise
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (ballet music)
         11 pm   J. Horner - Titanic (film music)
15 Jul    8 pm   W. A. Mozart - Prague Symphony, Symphony in G minor
          9 pm   The Time of My Love - music from classical ballets
         10 pm   The Little Mermaid - romantic ballet story
         11 pm   Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
16 Jul    8 pm   Scheherezade, Polovtsian Dances, Kartinky
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
         10 pm   George Bizet - Carmen (ballet)
         11 pm   Michael Jackson - Romantika

     Prague Events                                     Krizik’s Fountain

17 Jul    8 pm   Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
          9 pm   Bedřich Smetana - My Country
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet (ballet)
         11 pm   Romantic Strings
18 Jul    8 pm   Antonio Vivaldi- The Four Seasons
          9 pm   Al Bano - Carrisi (Concerto classico)
         10 pm   Spirit of Fountain - The Best of Ballet
         11 pm   Gladiator - film soundtrack
19 Jul    8 pm   W. A. Mozart - Prague Symphony, Symphony in G minor
          9 pm   Love and Death in Film (Troya, King Arthur, Zorro...)
         10 pm   Hallo Broadway (musical show)
         11 pm   London Symphonic Orchestra Is Performing Rock
20 Jul    8 pm   Michael Jackson - Romantika
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (ballet music)
         11 pm   Film Music of the 20th Century - Armageddon, Titanic...
21 Jul    8 pm   Mozart/Rossini - Marriages by Figaro (musical parody)
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - From the New World
         10 pm   The Time of My Love - music from classical ballets
         11 pm   J. Horner - Titanic (film music)
22 Jul    8 pm   Al Bano - Carrisi (Concerto classico)
          9 pm   F. Mercury & M. Caballé - Barcelona
         10 pm   George Bizet - Carmen (ballet)
         11 pm   Ludwig van Beethoven - 9th Symphony in D minor
23 Jul    8 pm   London Symphonic Orchestra Is Performing Rock
          9 pm   Bedřich Smetana - My Country
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (ballet)
         11 pm   Love and Death in Film (Troya, King Arthur, Zorro...)
24 Jul    8 pm   Antonio Vivaldi- The Four Seasons
          9 pm   Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet (ballet)
         11 pm   W. A. Mozart - Prague Symphony, Symphony in G minor
25 Jul    8 pm   Scheherezade, Polovtsian Dances, Kartinky
          9 pm   Queen - Goodbye, Freddie
         10 pm   George Bizet - Carmen (ballet)
         11 pm   The Three Tenors - Pavarotti, Carreras, Domingo
26 Jul    8 pm   Romantic Strings
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake (ballet)
         11 pm   Gladiator - film soundtrack

Krizik’s Fountain                                    Prague Events

27 Jul    8 pm   Famous Themes of Romantic Concertos
          9 pm   The Three Tenors - Pavarotti, Carreras, Domingo
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (ballet music)
         11 pm   W. A. Mozart - Prague Symphony, Symphony in G minor
28 Jul    8 pm   Andrea Bocelli - Romanza
          9 pm   Bedřich Smetana - My Country
         10 pm   The Time of My Love - music from classical ballets
         11 pm   Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons
29 Jul    8 pm   F. Mercury & M. Caballé - Barcelona
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - From the New World
         10 pm   P. I. Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet (ballet)
         11 pm   Gladiator - film soundtrack
30 Jul    8 pm   Love and Death in Film (Troya, King Arthur, Zorro...)
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
         10 pm   George Bizet - Carmen (ballet)
         11 pm   London Symphonic Orchestra Is Performing Rock
31 Jul    8 pm   Michael Jackson - Romantika
          9 pm   Antonín Dvořák - Slavonic Dances
         10 pm   Spirit of Fountain - The Best of Ballet
         11 pm   Romantic Strings

                       PRAGUE ZOO
                       U Trojského zámku 3, Prague 7
                       tel.: 296 112 111, e-mail:,
             , open Nov-Feb 9 am-4 pm,
                       Mar 9 am-5 pm, Apr, May, Sep, Oct 9 am-6 pm,
                       Jun-Aug 9 am-7 pm

         feeding kangaroos

                                                     elephant greeting

     Prague Events                                             Theaters

                                             THEATER STAGES
Box offices are open daily 10 am-6 pm, tel.: 224 901 448


Ovocný trh 1, Prague 1

                                              Don Giovanni
                                              (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
                                              on Jul 9-31 at 8 pm

                             photo (c) PIS

                                  NATIONAL THEATER /NÁRODNÍ         DIVADLO/
                                                        Národní 2, Prague 1

    A Walk Worthwhile
  (Jiří Suchý, Jiří Šlitr)
     from Jul 1-4 at 7 pm

                                                                photo (c) PIS

                                     FESTIVAL APOSTROF
                                           Five Days Full of Theatre
                                            from All over the World
                                           10th International Festival
                                     of Independent and Amateur Theatres

                                              June 27 - July 1
                                     All productions in original languages

 Fri 27th June
 530 pm     OPENING in the Celetná Theatre:
            A. Komlosi (USA), E. Čechová (CZ) - Láska is Love, Love je Láska
            (in Czech and English)
 830 pm     Theatre "A" and "Shanti" (SK) in the Theatre DISK:
            B. Brecht, J. Krasula - A Respectable Wedding
 Sat 28th June
 300 pm     Theater NIO (Aus): Nio - Love Machine
 530 pm     DS Kompánia (Hun):
            W. Shakespeare & Kompánia - Comments on Othello
 830 pm     E. Elbakyan Th. (Armenia):
            W. Saroyan, A. Elbakyan - Would Dance With Me?
 Sun 29th June
 300 pm    Theatre Disk (SK): B. Uhlár & Disk - Crowling
 530 pm    Freies Theater Bolzen (It): Sofocles - Electra
 830 pm    Tartu Student Theatre (Est): Sarah Kane - 4.48 Psychosis
 Mon 30th June
 300 pm   Transteatral Prague (Czech-Mexican project):
          accidents with(out) chance
 530 pm   Teatro Carpa Carlos Ancira (Mex):
          P. Moreno - Desire's House - theatre for blind people!!
 830 pm   ART-3 Theatre (South Korea): J. Genet - The Maids
 Tue 1st July
 300 pm    Theater Holzhausen/Theater Abtenau (Aus):
           Felix Mitterer - My Monster
 530 pm    Theatre Vstrecha (Rus): I. Viripajev - The City Where I Am

Celetná Theatre, Celetná 17, Prague 1
tel.: +420 222 326 843
Theatre Disk, Karlova 26, Prague 1
(before performances)

Booking and information:
     Theaters                                          Prague Events

                    PONEC THEATRE
                    VENUE FOR CONTEMPORARY
                    DANCE AND MOVEMENT THEATRE
                    Husitská 24A, Prague 3

                            on Jul 13 at 8 pm

                     INOUE MAKOTO - NUE
                          (guest performance)

           Tickets available in TICKETPRO network. The Ponec
                   Theatre box office will be selling the tickets
                          on the day of the performance
                                from 6 pm to 8 pm.

                                         Prague Congress Center. Photo (c) PIS.
     Prague Events                                          Theaters

                   BLACK LIGHT THEATRE METRO
                   Národní 25, Prague 1; office tel./fax: 221 085 276
                   box office tel.: 221 085 201, open Mon-Sat 4 pm-
                   8 pm, e-mail:

Life is Life
On Jul 1-5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26 and 28-31 at 8 pm
In a new original František Kratochvíl’s approach to the black theatre,
you will experience a common day and maybe a bit usual life. The per-
formance connects several principles of black theatre into one non-ver-
bal performance. It is a mixture of basic three-dimensional black theatre,
comics, dance and pantomime. You will see humorous and grotesc parts
and also poetry of drawn black theatre, contemporary dance pieces
alternate with classical ballet and this all is tied together by the per-
formance of the main characters. The performance is interactive and
the spectators are welcome to take part in the show.

The only Black Theatre to reveal its secret! Every performance is fol-
lowed by an interactive workshop! Air-conditioning



                             RENDEZ − VOUS

                  on Jul 1-3 at 8 pm

              Wonderful Circus
                 on Jul 7-12 at 8 pm

Národní třída 4, Praha 1 • box office: 224 931 482
group orders: 222 222 041• fax: 222 222 039 •
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     /ÈESKÁ FILHARMONIE/ Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1
     Phone: 227 059 227, Fax: 227 059 327, E-mail:,, box office is open Mon-
     Fri 10 am-6 pm and one hour before concerts, entrance from
     the corner of nám. Jana Palacha and 17. listopadu St.

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                          VISIT ASON
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         NVIT         E NE              008!
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                                      Rudolfinum - the site of the Czech
                                 Philharmonic Orchestra. Photo (c) PIS.
     Classical Music                                Prague Events

                        BM ART AGENCY
                        Rokycanova 9, Prague 3, tickets available at the
                        Municipal House Cultural and Information
                        Center, Ticketpro, Týn Gallery, and PTC,
                        concerts start at 7 pm

SPANISH SYNAGOGUE Dušní 12, Prague 1
The Best of Gershwin, on Jul 1, 6, 8, 27, 13 and 29
Rhapsody in Blue, An American in Paris, Summertime; featuring the
Czech Collegium, artistic leader Vladimír Bažant, solo Vladislav
Kozderka - trumpet

The Best of World and Czech Music, on Jul 7, 14, 20 and 28
Bach, Tchaikovsky, Schubert, Gounod, Vivaldi, Mozart, Smetana,
Dvořák; featuring the Czech Collegium, artistic leader Vladimír Bažant,
solo Vladislav Kozderka - trumpet, Naděžda Chrobáková - soprano

Vivaldi, Gershwin, on Jul 29
Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, W. A. Mozart, F. Chopin, Gershwin - Porgy
and Bess; featuring B. Monoszon - violin, M. Monoszon - piano

                                                      The Spanish Synagogue
                                         photo (c) Prague Information Service
     Classical Music                                 Prague Events


                      OF MARY ALUMNI
                  conducted by Chad M. Stride
              on Jul 4 at 815 pm in the St. Salvator Church,
                        Salvátorská St., Prague 1
           Program: Waldemar Ahlen, Rosephanye Powell etc.
                    ST. JOSEPH'S MUSIC MAKER
                   conducted by Timothy O'Connor
         on Jul 5 at 730 pm in the St. Martin in the Wall Church,
                          Martinská St., Prague 1
             Program: M. Franck, F. Biebl, F. Schubert etc.
                 conducted by Norma Caiazza
               on Jul 5 at 6 pm in the Prague Hlahol Hall,
                    Masarykovo nábřeží 16, Prague 1
            Program: T. Morley, G. Gershwin, A. Copland etc.
                         PIANO RECITAL
                   performing: Itay Goren - piano
                 on Jul 10 at 6 pm in the Pálffy Palace,
                       Valdštejnská 14, Prague 1
        Program: L. van Beethoven, R. Schumann, F. Chopin etc.
                 CHURCH OF ASHEVILLE (USA)
                   conducted by Clark Sorrells
              on Jul 29 at 2 pm in the St. Nicholas Church,
                       Old Town Square, Prague 1
             Program: Songs from America (Latin America,
                       American Heartland) etc.

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              /KOSTEL SVATÉHO FRANTIŠKA/ Křižovnické nám., Prague 1
              right next to Charles Bridge, information, reservations,
              booking tel./fax: 272 736 724 - office, 221 108 266 - church,
              from 10 am till the beginning of the concert, tel. ON LINE
              724 192 232, detailed program is available at the St.
              Francis Church and in advance ticket sales

      29 Jun, 1 Jul    Alleluja!, Ave Maria
            2, 4 Jul   W. A. Mozart, J. S. Bach, G. F. Händel, A. Dvořák
            3, 5 Jul   Famous Ave Maria
            6, 8 Jul   Famous Ave Maria
            7, 9 Jul   A. Dvořák - Ave Maria
         10, 12 Jul    W. A. Mozart - Ave Maria
         11, 13 Jul    Ave Maria; J. S. Bach - Air
         14, 16 Jul    Famous Arias for Tenor
         15, 17 Jul    A. Dvořák - Ave Maria
         18, 20 Jul    F. Schubert - Ave Maria
         19, 21 Jul    Famous Ave Maria
         22, 24 Jul    W. A. Mozart: Alleluja!
         23, 25 Jul    Ave Maria; J. S. Bach - Air
         26, 28 Jul    Ave Maria and Other Arias
         27, 29 Jul    Alleluja, Ave Maria
      30 Jul, 1 Aug    Alleluja!, Ave Maria
              31 Jul   Organ Concert

                       --- Performances start at 9 pm ---

Organized exclusively by JCH ART AGENCY Na Hroudě 39, Prague 10,
tel./fax: 272 736 724, e-mail:, Tickets available:
TICKETPRO, TICKETSTREAM, Bohemia Ticket, Via Musica - Old Town
Square 14, Lesser Town Square 13, Infocentres - Celetná 14, Laterna Magika,
          Karlova 1, Nerudova 4 and selected hotels and travel agencies

     Classical Music                                    Prague Events

                   MUSEUM OF W. A. MOZART AND
                   MR & MRS DUŠEK - BERTRAMKA
                   Mozartova 169, Prague 5; tel.: 257 318 461, 257 317 465
                   tel./fax: 257 316 753, e-mail:
         ; permanent exhibition
                   open daily 9 am-6 pm, concerts start at 5 pm

  9 Jul W. A. Mozart, W. Lutoslawski, T. Yoshimatsu, J. Francaix; featuring
        Jiří Kotal - clarinet, Pavla Honsová - viola, Tomoko Asahina - piano
 16 Jul F. Benda, G. F. Händel, W. A. Mozart, E. Lovreglio, F. Kreisler, P. I.
        Tchaikovsky, A. Dvořák, B. Smetana; featuring Lousiane Philips -
        soprano, Pavel Eret - violin, Miroslav Sekera - piano
 23 Jul Quartets of the Two Centuries (1750-1950): J. S. Bach, E. Ysaye,
        W. A. Mozart, Z. Kodaly, G. Jacob; featuring the Phantasy Quartet
        (oboe, violin, viola, cello)
 31 Jul Chamber Music at Bertramka: Participants of the music courses

              GARDEN CONCERTS (beginnings at 7 pm)

  5 Jul W. A. Mozart, J. Mysliveček; featuring Markéta Mátlová - soprano,
        Jan Thuri - oboe, Jan Kalfus - piano, Rieko Nakamura - cello
 12 Jul M. Haydn, W. A. Mozart, L. Boccherini, L. van Beethoven; featuring
        the Verner Collegium (oboe, English horn, two violins, viola, cello,
 19 Jul L. Boccherini, A. Vivaldi, W. A. Mozart; featuring the Camerata
        Filarmonica Bohemia, conducted by Jiří Havlík
 26 Jul F. Kramář, W. A. Mozart, J. Fiala, F. A. Míča, K. P. Stamitz; featu-
        ring the Thuri Ensemble (oboe, violin, viola, cello)

                                                                  photo (c) PIS

     Prague Events                                          Museums

                   WAX MUSEUM PRAGUE

• Melantrichova 5, Prague 1 - Czech historical figures
  open daily 9 am-8 pm, tel.: 224 229 852
• Mostecká 18, Prague 1 - cultural, political and sports personalities
  of the 19th and 20th centuries; daily 9 am-6 pm, tel.: 257 535 735
• House of Photography, Český Krumlov - Alfons Mucha - Litographs,
  Ivan Mládek - Paintings; exhibition of Tomáš Bím’s paintings
Wax Museum sites also include the Museum beneath Karlštejn Castle,
Karlštejn 173, open daily 9 am-6 pm, and the Museum in Český Krum-
lov, Kájovská 68, Český Krumlov, open daily 9 am-8 pm

tel.: 251 093 111, fax: 224 811 666, e-mail:; open
Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm

PERMANENT COLLECTION - The Stories of Materials
The Stories of Materials is a rich selection of exhibits from the Antique
Era to the 20th century. The initial Votive Hall of the exhibition, reviews
the history and the founders of the museum. A second part is dedicated
to textile and fashion, named The Story of the Fibre, representing the
development in secular and lithurgic clothing, fashion accessories, tap-
estries, laces, embrodieries, etc. In the Decorative Arts and
Photography Hall, resides the Print and Image section.

                   MUSEUM OF W. A. MOZART
                   AND MR. AND MRS. DUŠEK -
                   Mozartova 169, Prague 5; tel.: 257 318 461,
                   257 317 465, tel./fax: 257 316 753, e-mail:
                   open Nov-Mar daily 930 am-4 pm, Apr-Oct daily 9 am-
                   6 pm, permanent exhibition & concert hall

     Museums                                       Prague Events

                              MUSEUM KAMPA
                              Museum of Central European Modern
                              Art, U Sovových mlýnů 2, Prague 1
                    , open daily
                              10 am-6 pm, free admission to the perma-
                              nent exhibition on the first Wednesday of
                              every month

František Kupka
The exhibition presents one of the most important collections
of this pioneer in abstract art. It includes works from his
student days to his most important era and further on.
Otto Gutfreund
The most important Czech sculptor of the first half of the 20th century
is presented by bronze cast cubist sculptures.
Modern Central European Art
The exhibition presents works by important Czech, Slovak, Polish,
Hungarian and Yugoslavian artists mainly from the ‘60s to ‘80s, but also
includes contemporary art.

Paradise Lost - Roma Art, until July 6
This is a large exhibition featuring Roma Art organized in Museum
Kampa, which features artists and sculptors from several European

     Prague Events                                         Museums

nations. It is a very interesting
selection of works by authors
who live and work in Hungary,
Finland, Bosnia, Serbia or Great
Britain. Some of the authors are
self-taught, and other artists are
academy trained. The Museum
of Roma Culture in Brno also
loaned for the exhibition several
works by Czech and Slovak
artists. This exhibition was
shown in Venice during the
Biennale in 2007. In the small
exhibition hall are featured several photographs by the photographer
Chad Wyatt. The title of the exhibition is Roma Rising, and features por-
traits of successful Roma. This collection of photographs has been suc-
cessfully shown in the Czech Republic, Europe and USA. Museum
Kampa will also be cooperating with the Khamoro Festival of Prague,
mainly a music festival with performances all over Prague, lectures and

Cracking Art Group, until October 12
A remarkable exhibition of the Italian group called 'Cracking Art Group';
its members will place in the surroundings of the Museum Kampa build-
ing larger-than-life coloured animal figures made from plastic. It is an
extensive installation that reminds of the legacy of pop-art and brings a
pleasant change to the mainly traditional exhibition program.

                                     Běla Kolářová - Photographs,
                                     assemblages, drawings
                                     From July 16-August 24
                                     Běla Kolářová (born 1923), has
                                     been exhibiting her photographs,
                                     drawings and assemblages since
                                     the nineteen sixties, but only in the
                                     last two decades have important
                                     institutions been interested in her
                                     works. At first there were a series
                                     of extensive exhibitions in
                                     Litoměřice, Brno and Pardubice.
                                     In Prague one could see her very
                                     interesting creations in the Gallery
                                     at the Ring, Gallery Montinelli and
                                     in the National Gallery (Veletržní

     Museums                                         Prague Events

Palace). Later on her works were exhibited in other cities and countries:
in the Egon Schiele Art Centre in Český Krumlov, in the Amos Anderson
Museum in Helsinki, and last year during the famous Kassel Documents
and not too long ago Mrs. Kolářová had an exhibition in Vienna.
Probably the most extensive and carefully selected retrospective was in
the Museum of Art in Olomouc, for which a detailed catalogue was pub-
lished. The selection of works which are being presented in Museum
Kampa, which focuses on artists of her generation, represent Běla
Kolářová's experimental photography of the nineteen fifties and her
assemblages from the nineteen sixties. The art works at this exhibition
are on loan from several public and private collections and several works
are from the artist's own private collection. An extensive catalogue, con-
taining photographs of all the works shown at this exhibition, will be
published. Běla Kolářová lived for several years in Paris before moving
back to Prague after the Velvet Revolution with her husband Jiří Kolář.


PRIVATE COMMENTED TOURS - In English, German, or Italian.
Reservations can be made by telephone, fax, e-mail, at the entrance desk,
or through our office. Price 2000 CZK, duration 45 minutes.

                /NÁRODNÍ   TECHNICKÉ MUZEUM/ Kostelní 42, Prague 7
                tel.: 220 399 111, fax: 220 399 200, e-mail:
      ; open Tue-Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sat-Sun
                10 am-6 pm

Accoustics, Astronomy, Hall of
Transportation, Intercamera (histo-
ry of photographic and film equip-
ment), Time Measurement, Iron
Ore and Coal Mines, the following
collections are closed due to recon-
struction: History of Iron and
Development in Telecommuni-
        cation Technologies

     Prague Events                                      Museums

               U Staré školy 1, 3, Prague 1, tel.: 221 711 511, fax:
               221 711 584, e-mail:,
     , Reservation Center - U Starého
               hřbitova 3a, Prague 1, tel.: 222 317 191, fax: 222 317
               181, e-mail:, exhi-
               bition opening hours are every day except Sat and
               Jewish holidays, Nov-Mar 9 am-430 pm, Apr-Oct 9 am-6 pm

Bohemia and Moravia from the Establishment of Jewish Settlements up
to the Period of Emancipation, accessible for the disabled

                             THE SPANISH SYNAGOGUE
                             EXHIBITION - History of the Jews
                             in Bohemia and Moravia from
                             Emancipation to the Present.
                             Exhibition in the Prayer Hall:
                             Synagogue Silver from Bohemia
                             and Moravia, accessible for
                             the disabled

EXHIBITION - Jewish Customs and Traditions, accessible for the dis-
abled with an assistant

                                   THE PINKAS SYNAGOGUE
                                   Memorial to the Jews in Bohemia
                                   EXHIBITION - Children’s
                                   Drawings from Terezín 1942-1944

                                   THE CEREMONIAL HALL
                                   EXHIBITION - Jewish Customs
                                   and Traditions

THE OLD JEWISH CEMETERY is accessible for the disabled, an
important part of the Jewish quarter is the OLD-NEW SYNAGOGUE
which is managed by the Jewish Community of Prague, and the
ROBERT GUTTMANN GALLERY, U Stare skoly 3, Prague 1 - for a
detailed program see our listing under the Galleries section

     Museums                                       Prague Events

                            MUSEUM OF COMMUNISM
                            Na Příkopě 10, Prague 1, Next to Casino -
                            1st Floor, tel.: 224 212 966, e-mail:
                  , open
                            daily 9 am-9 pm

The museum is the only one of its kind in Prague. It presents the atmos-
phere of the communist era in Czechoslovakia and Prague in particular.
The layout follows the origins, dreams and reality of communism as well
as the nightmares of interrogation and imprisonment. Photography,
video, 3D installations, sounds and displays as well as text in several
world languages

                                                      The Old Town Square
                                                             Photo (c) PIS
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                   GALERIE REON
                   MUSEUM OF ARGONDIA
                   (THE MAGIC CAVERN)
                   ART IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Petřínské sady 417, Prague 1 (residence Nebozízek)
  access: tram 6, 9, 12, 20, 22 or 23 to station Újezd,
       then funicular to the mid-station (Nebozízek)
                  open 10 am-10 pm

       The most impressive Reon’s picture gallery,
    ‘The Magic Cavern’, offers in 3-floor exhibition
         more than 80 mostly newest paintings.
        Reon’s house and atelier is decorated with
   a rich sculpture and, being located in the beautiful
      ambient of the Petřín Hill, enchants all those
            who love fantasy and magical art
                  in a fairy-tale concept.

     Museums                                        Prague Events

/MUZEUM HLAVNÍHO MÌSTA PRAHY/ Na Poříčí 52, Prague 8; tel.: 224 816 773,
mobile: 606 859 951, public relations dept. tel: 224 227 490, e-mail:,, open Tue-Sun
9 am-6 pm, closed on Dec 24-25, 31 and Jan 1


Prague's Cafés, until Aug 31
Exhibition focused on the golden era of coffee house life in Prague - the
era of the 'First Republic' in 1920's.
Jan Mácha - Searching for Prague, until Sep 21
Exhibition of graphic work by Jan Mácha (1926-1984)
Drawing via the Net, until Jul 13
Exhibition of the most successful of the 13th annual international fine
art competition for children. In collaboration with the Czech Radio.


Ancient and Historical Prague - the history of Prague and its people
from ancient times until 1784, when Prague came under a single admin-
istration, partially closed due to the installation of a new exhibition
Langweil’s Model of Prague from 1826-1834 - a unique and very
attractive exhibition item in the museum

     Prague Events                                            Museums

                                        MÜLLER VILLA
                                        NATIONAL CULTURAL MONUMENT
                                        Nad Hradním vodojemem 14/642,
                                        Prague 6; tel.: 224 312 012,
                                        e-mail: or
                              ; open
                                        Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun, tours at 10 am,
                                        noon, 2 pm, 4 pm; tours for groups
                                        of up to 7 members, and must be
                                        ordered in advance.

Rašínovo nábř. 412, Prague 2, tel.:
224 919 833, Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm.
This building is the last remnant
of the ancient village of Podskalí.
The building contains a small
museum devoted to the history of
Podskalí, the lives of its residents,
rafting on the Vltava and the his-
tory of freight and passenger nav-
igation on the Vltava.

                                                          Ungelt. Photo (c) PIS
     Museums                                     Prague Events

     Václavské nám. 68, Prague 1

           open 9 am-6 pm

          • Prehistory of Bohemia, Moravia, and Slovakia
                    • Mineralogy and Petrology
              • Paleontology, Zoology, Anthropology
                • Osteology - Mammals’ Skeletons
         • Decorations and Medals of European Countries

 Ke Karlovu 20, Prague 2
 open Tue-Sun 10 am-130 pm, 2 pm-530 pm
 • Antonín Dvořák - His Life and Work

                                   MUSEUM OF BEDØICH SMETANA
                                        Novotného lávka 1, Prague 1
                              open Wed-Mon 10 am-noon, 1230 pm-5 pm
                                    • The Life of Bedřich Smetana

Betlémské nám. 1, Prague 1
open Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm

 • Cultures of Australia and Oceania
 • Indian Cultures of South and North America

                   CZECH MUSEUM OF MUSIC
                   Karmelitská 2/4, Prague 1
                   open Wed-Mon 10 am-6 pm
                   • Man - Instrument - Music

     Prague Events                                             Galleries

St. Roch Church, Strahovské nádvoří 1/132, Prague 1, tel.: 233 354 066,
fax: 233 354 075, e-mail:,, open
daily 10 am-5 pm
                       Modern in Graphics
                    (Classic modern graphic art)
            Due to remarkable success extended to Sep 7

        Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Gerges Braque (1882-1963),
          Marc Chagall (1887-1985), Joan Miró (1893-1983),
          Jean Fautrier (1898-1964), David Hockney (*1937),
            Antoni Tápies (*1923), Georg Baselitz (*1938)

                    Joan Miró: Le Courtisan grotesque (1974)

                     AAA S.R.O. - ANTIQUES ART AUCTIONS
                     Vinohradská 38, Prague 2, tel.: 224 323 218,
                     224 322 418, fax: 224 325 307
           , open Mon-Fri 2 pm-6 pm,

Sales exhibition of paintings, furniture, porcelain, pottery and other
artifacts mainly from the 19th and 20th century.

     Galleries                                      Prague Events

                            GALERIE RUDOLFINUM
                            Alšovo nábř. 12, Prague 1, tel.: 227 059 349
                            open Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm

                 Gottfried Helnwein - Angels Sleeping
                             Until Aug 31

           A conceptually formulated exhibition of the painting
          of the Austrian artist Gottfried Helnwein (born 1948),
        with emphasis on five circuits of powerful themes through
              which he found fame - portraits - faces, violence
          committed against children, Nazism, 'Art in Amerika'
        and metaphorical portraits of the singer Marilyn Manson.

                 GAMBRA GALLERY
                 Surrealistic Gallery, Černínská 5, Prague 1
                 tel.: 220 514 785, Mar-Oct open Wed-Sun noon-6 pm,
                 Nov-Feb open Sat-Sun noon-6 pm

Surrealism, alchemy, l’art brut, tactilism

     Prague Events                                          Galleries

/STAROMÌSTSKÁ RADNICE/ Staroměstské nám. 1, Prague 1; tel.: 236 002
159, opening hours Tue-Sun 9 am-6 pm, Mon 11 am-6 pm, free entrance


                        Model of Prague at the End
                        of the 20th Century
                        The model (scale 1 : 1000) provides a detailed
                        illustration of the city’s appearance and, follow-
                        ing Langweill’s model constructed at the begin-
                        ning of the 19th century, is the most compre-
                        hensive model showing the contemporary state
                        of the city. The exhibition was prepared by the
                        City Development Authority Prague.

The Heart of the City, until Aug 31
The exhibition devoted to the historical, urban and architectural devel-
opment of the Old Town Square was prepared by the City Develop-
ment Authority Prague.
It offers an image of the up-
to-date level of knowledge
of the problematics by
means of many historical
and contemporary photo-
graphs and a number of
maps, projects and re-
search results.
The visitors will also find
an analysis of the eight
architectural competitions
for the redevelopment of
the Old Town City Hall
between years 1899 and
1988. The exhibition is
complemented by architec-
tonical models.

     Galleries                                        Prague Events

Milady Horákové 127, Prague 6
tel.: 724 116 611, e-mail:

             Karima Muyaes:
        The Paper of the Earth
      (collages made using ancient
           Aztecan techniques)

The artist was born in 1960 in
Mexico. After graduation in journal-
ism, she attended the Academy of
Fine Arts of the Mexico Capital and
the School of Arts in Toronto
(Canada). In Toronto, she specialized
in graphics and lithography (Open-
Study Programme). So far, more than
30 individual and more than 50 col-
lective exhibitions of her works have been realized. She exhibited in
Mexico, Canada, USA, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, England and Germany.

                                     The exhibitied works combine mod-
                                     ern expression with ancient, tradi-
                                     tional processing of ficus paper,
                                     which first occured in the pre-coloni-
                                     sation era and was that time used as
                                         a sacrificial item for the dead.
                                     From the 1960's, ficus paper is con-
                                     nected with the village San Pablito
                                     Pahualtan. Its people, though of
                                     catholic confession, still worship nat-
                                     ural gods after their acestors. The
                                     paper is used by Badi the medicine-
                                     man during curative rituals for creat-
                                     ing figures of good spirits (white
                                     paper) or evil spirits (black paper).
                                     These figures are added to other sac-
                                     rificial presents and together burned
                                     to ashes; this ritual then cleansed
                                           and healed the sick person.

     Prague Events                                           Galleries

                          VERNON GALLERY
                          Janovského 23, Prague 7
                          tel.: 777 155 593, fax: 220 874 963
                          open Tue, Thu from noon-6 pm,
                          other days (incl. weekends) by appointment

                  ATTRACTION / REPULSION
                          from Jun 23-Sep 14
      The exhibition joins together works of two artists who have
      the same source of inspiration: science. Before they turned
        to art, they both had graduated in physics. Their works
         depict the consequences of attraction and repulsion,
                      both physical and emotional.

Tamsin van Essen:
Health Legacy
Exposition inspired by the obses-
sion of our society with cosmetic
perfection and fear of 'abnormali-
ty' explores the stigmas of illness-
es and fetishism of medicine. The
ceramic objects are derived from
pharmaceutical dishes from the
17th and 18th centuries; they are a
metaphor for human body, they
become vases for illnesses instead
of being containers for medicines.

                                  Jonathan Feldschuh:
                                  Large Hadron Collider
                                  This summer, the biggest and most effi-
                                  cient particle accelerator ever, ‘LHC’,
                                  will be put in order in CERN. It promis-
                                  es to achieve so far unaccomplishable
                                  energetic values and maybe verify or fal-
                                  sify some theories about fundamental
                                  principles of nature. Recent works of J.
                                  Feldschuh are variations on structures
                                  of the LHC. Architectonical schemes of
various detectors and tunnels blend with random paint splatters. The
paint collided with the surface and the collision left its traces on it...

     Galleries                                      Prague Events

                    NATIONAL GALLERY
                     open Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm

                         KINSKI PALACE /PALÁC       KINSKÝCH/
                         Old Town Square 12, Prague 1
                         Landscape in Czech Art - Czech landscape
                         painting from Baroque until the 20th century

Prague Castle, Jiřské náměstí 33
Collection of Early Art
Mannerist and Baroque Art in Bohemia

                     ST. AGNES’ CONVENT
                     /KLÁŠTER SV. ANEZKY ÈESKÉ/
                     Anežská 1, Prague 1
                     Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe
                     Touch Exhibition of Castings of Czech
                     Medieval Sculptures

STERNBERG PALACE                              ZBRASLAV CHATEAU
/ŠTERNBERSKÝ PALÁC/                                /ZÁMEK ZBRASLAV/
Hradčanské nám. 15, Prague 1                      Bartoňova 2, Prague 5
European Art of the Classical              Collection of Oriental Art
Era until the End of Baroque                               Asian Art

                         HOUSE OF THE BLACK MADONNA
                         /DÙM U ÈERNÉ MATKY BOZÍ/
                         Ovocný trh 19, Prague 1
                         Museum of Czech Cubism
                         (J. Čapek, E. Filla, B. Kubišta...)

     Prague Events                                           Galleries


                            HOUSE OF THE GOLDEN RING
                               /DÙM U ZLATÉHO PRSTENU/
                                      Týnská 6, Prague 1
                                   open Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm
                       Art of the 2nd Half of the 20th Century
                                     Contemporary Art

               /DÙM U KAMENNÉHO ZVONU/
              Old Town Square 13, Prague 1
                open Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm
            Modern and Contemporary Art

                                     VILLA BÍLEK /BÍLKOVA VILA/
                                     Mickiewiczova 1, Prague 6
                                     open Sat-Sun 10 am-5 pm
                                The Studio of František Bílek
                               (significant Art Nouveau sculptor)

  CASTLE TROJA /ZÁMEK TROJA/ U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7
                       open Sat-Sun 10 am-5 pm
                   Czech Art of the 19th Century

                                                               photo (c) PIS

     Galleries                                                        Prague Events

               /GALERIE  MILLENNIUM/ Tržiště 5/370, Prague 1
               tel.: 257 534 584, mobile: 602 265 427, 724 048 074
               open Tue-Sun noon-6 pm

                                                     Franz Kafka in Fine Art
                                                            Until Jul 13
                                                     On the occasion of Kafka's
                                                          125th birthday

       A. Hoffmeister: Franz Kafka

                                Summer Parade
                               From Jul 15-Aug 31
                     Exhibition of artists around the gallery

                                 Michael Rittstein: An Old Wanderer

Prague Events                                           Galleries

      Administration residence V Pevnosti 159/5b,
      Prague 2, tel.: 241 410 348, tel./fax: 241 410 247, e-mail:,

                           Petr Faltus and Peter Balhar:
                            ... and I have so much soul
                           that I no longer have a body
                                      Until Jul 27
                           Graphics, paintings, sculptures

      Peter Balhar

                                                       Petr Faltus

        Blanka Lamrová, Eva Bergea-Lamrová
                 From Jul 30-Aug 31
                Paintings, photographs

                                       Vltava river (view from Vyšehrad)
                                    Photo (c) Prague Information Service
     Foreign Cultural Centers                       Prague Events

                  ITALIAN CULTURAL
                  Šporkova 14, Prague 1
                  tel.: 257 090 681, fax: 257 531 284
                  Library hours Mon-Tue 930 am-6 pm
                  Thu 230 pm-6 pm, Fri 930 am-230 pm
                  Closed on Wednesdays

                   BRITISH COUNCIL
                   /BRITSKÁ RADA/ Bredovský dvůr, Politických vězňů 13,
                   Prague 1; tel.: 221 991 111, fax: 224 933 847
                   Teaching Centre tel.: 221 991 160, fax: 224 933 847

                     RADIO SELECTOR

           British Council radio show featuring the best new
             music from the UK. From indie and punk to
               hip-hop, breakbeat and grime, every week
               you'll hear the latest sounds from the UK
                  alternative and underground scenes.

                         Fridays 8 pm-10 pm
                    with London DJ Andrea Oliver
                        ČRo 4 Wave 100.7 FM

     Prague Events                       Foreign Cultural Centers

                  Štěpánská 35, Prague 1, tel.: 221 401 011,
                  fax: 222 230 579, e-mail:,
        , the events are presented in
                  Czech and French, program subject to change


Antonín Bína - Tunes, Photographs, until Aug 2

František Dostál - Paris, until Jul 12
Photograph exhibition

Yann Arthus-Bertrand - Alive, until Sep 30
Photograph exhibition


KAMPA ISLAND Prague 1 (Lesser Town)
Mathieu Vermeulen, Richard Galliano and Michel Portal
On Jul 14 at 715 pm
Jazz concert

Stradivaria Ensemble, on Jul 17 at 8 pm

THE MUNICIPAL HOUSE Nám. Republiky, Prague 1
Lamentations, Arias and Orchestra Works by J. D. Zelenka
On Jul 17 at 730 pm


STATE OPERA PRAGUE Wilsonova 75, Prague 1
Moliere - The Doctor in Spite of Himself, on Jul 6 at 730 pm


KAMPA ISLAND Prague 1 - Lesser Town
French Market, on Jul 13-14

     Foreign Cultural Centers                        Prague Events

                                Masarykovo nábřeží 32, Prague 1
                                tel.: 221 962 111, fax: 221 962 250
                                library open Tue-Fri 1 pm - 7 pm,
                                Sat 10 am - 2 pm, reading room from 10 am


Photograph Exhibition: 1968 - Pictures of the Revolt, until Jul 24
25 photographs of the students' movement in Germany by Barbara
Klemm. The author is one of the outstanding chronicler of recent
German history. As an editorial photographer of FAZ, she has followed
the political and social events in the 'old' FRG and GDR since the 1960's.
The photographs were first exhibited in the Museum of History in
Berlin and then in the Kunsthalle Schirn in Frankfurt under the title
'Our Times - Photographs from Germany 1968-1998'. Forty years after
1968 it is time to look back. Barbara Klemm assembled this exhibition
exclusively for exhibitions at Goethe-Institutes in the Central and
Eastern Europe.

FUTURA Holečkova 49, Prague 5
Love at the First Site - A Few Steps Further on…, until Aug 31
Exhibiting artists: Amande In (Fr), Dominik Lang (CZ), Marina Paris
(It), Carsten Nicolai (Ger), Olaf Nicolai (Ger), Sancho Silva (Por), Costa
Vece (Cro). Project of the Italian curator Nobile Mino reflecting the phe-
nomenon of space. Space as an indefinite teritorium and at the same
time and open, shapable dimension that can be interpreted in various
ways. More info on

MEETFACTORY GALLERY Ke Sklárně 15, Prague 5
FMSW/FallerMiethStuessiWeck: Installation Fast Forward
From Jul 24-Aug 24. FMSW was founded in 2001 by Lina Faller, Marcel
Miethe, Thomas Stussi and Susanne Weck in Berlin. Where are we actu-
ally? Location and time determine their art. On one hand, it is a ques-
tion of orientation and setting by means of GPS and world cultural his-
tory. On the other hand, individual places provide a plot frame for tem-
porary works: pasteboard sculptures, winter landscapes, remote beach-
es. In July, they will create a new site specific project in the
MeetFactory. Open Wed-Sun 3 pm-8 pm. More information on,

     Prague Events                          Foreign Cultural Centers


MEETFACTORY GALLERY Ke Sklárně 15, Prague 5
Berlin Alexanderplatz (REMASTERED)
Every Wednesday until Sep 17 at 10 pm. Directed by Rainer Werner
Fassbinder, 1980 (13 parts and epilogue). In German with English sub-
titles. Monumental piece of film art of the late 20th century; it is an
adaptation of Alfred Doblin's novel that, as Fassbinder himself claimed,
craved deep into his soul and body. In spite of a number leading and sec-
ondary motives, the plot of this movie cannot be narrated. The director
does not consider the content important, it is rather a 'sequence of dis-
arranged small stories, any of which could occur as a banner headline in
the most obscene tabloids' (Fassbinder'). What is also important is the
author's attitude to individual characters: even in the meanes human
behaviour he sees the longing for tenderness, violence is just a form of
love, and people who find the way to each other keep hurting one anoth-
er. Originally, this film was created in 1979-1980 for television, now it
was digitally remastered for cinema screenings. More info on

SVÌTOZOR CINEMA Vodičkova 41, Prague 1
Documentary Mondays: This Year in Czernowitz, on Jul 7 at 830 pm
Directed by Volker Koepp (Ger, 2004), in German with English subti-
tles. Internationally well-known documentarist occupies himself with the
stories of Jewish people living in Berlin, Vienna and America whose fam-
ilies came from Czernowitz (Ucr). Six yeares after shooting the docu-
mentary 'Mr. Zwilling and Mrs. Zuckermann', he returns to Bukovina
again. His movie tells us about people who emigrated and spread all over
the world and now, after a long time, visit their ancerstors' country again
- e. g. Norman Manea, a writer living in America, who was deported to
Auschwitz as a little boy, or the American actor Harvey Keitel, whose
mother came from Bukovina.

                  Dům U Myslíků, Myslíkova 31, Prague 1
                  tel.: 224 934 574, fax: 224 934 575, e-mail:
                  open Mon-Fri 9 am-1230 pm and 2 pm-5 pm,
                  admission free

     Clubs                                           Prague Events

                          U MALÉHO GLENA
                          Bar - Restaurant - Music Club, Karmelitská
                          23, Prague 1; tel.: 257 531 717, e-mail:
                , http://www.maly-
                 Restaurant open from 10 am, live
                          jazz&blues nightly from 930 pm-1230 am

  1 Jul Zeurítia - bossa nova sensation with outstanding female singer
  2 Jul Rene Trossman Band (CZ/USA) - Chicago blues
  3 Jul Marcel Flemr Blues Band - rising generation of blues
  4 Jul Filip Gondolán Band - outstanding vocal jazz, latin and funk
  5 Jul Rost'a Fraš Q - straight-ahead jazz blowout
  6 Jul UMG Jazz Jam Session - come to jam!
  7 Jul Stan the Man Bohemian Blues Band - blues
  8 Jul Zeurítia - bossa nova sensation with outstanding female singer
  9 Jul Rene Trossman Band (CZ/USA) - Chicago blues
 10 Jul Robert Balzar Trio - leading Czech jazz trio
11-12 Jul Roman Pokorný Fusion Jazz Trio - fusion jazz
 13 Jul UMG Jazz Jam Session - come to jam!
 14 Jul Stan the Man Bohemian Blues Band - blues
 15 Jul Zeurítia - bossa nova sensation with outstanding female singer
 16 Jul Rene Trossman Band (CZ/USA) - Chicago blues
 17 Jul Cyrille Oswald Q (NL/CZ) - modern European jazz
 18 Jul Ondřej Pivec & Organic Q - Hammond organ blow-out
 19 Jul Jakub Doležal Q - rising generation of jazz
 20 Jul UMG Jazz Jam Session - come to jam!
 21 Jul Stan the Man Bohemian Blues Band - blues
 22 Jul Zeurítia - bossa nova sensation with outstanding female singer
 23 Jul Rene Trossman Band (CZ/USA) - Chicago blues
 24 Jul Points - straight-ahead jazz, rising generation of Czech jazz
 25 Jul Libor Šmoldas Trio - jazz, latin, groove & more
 26 Jul Ondřej Štveráček Q - straight-ahead jazz blowout
 27 Jul UMG Blues Jam Session - come to jam!
 28 Jul Stan the Man Bohemian Blues Band - blues
 29 Jul Zeurítia - bossa nova sensation with outstanding female singer
 30 Jul Rene Trossman Band (CZ/USA) - Chicago blues
 31 Jul Pavel Wlosok Trio - superb modern jazz

 Prague Events                                         Clubs

            V Celnici 4, Prague 1, tel.: 774 101 091
 e-mail:, http://tedy
    Open daily 7 pm-1 am, concerts from 9 pm-midnight

 1-2 Jul Moonflower - funky, rock & groove band
   3 Jul Hey Baby? - original guitar rock a la Hey Joe -
          J. Hendrix
   4 Jul Dobrá pěna - blues and rock
 5-6 Jul Hot Summer Company - blues, rock, fusion, funky
   7 Jul Mayday - acoustic rock
   8 Jul Petr, Otto & Me - folk, folkrock
   9 Jul Sweet Pain - blues rock, Rock Riders - classic rock
 11 Jul Transeuropean Sexpress - blues, rock, funky
 12 Jul Masters Waters - jazz, funk, pop, Catapultes &
          Parachutes (USA) - experimental jazz and rock
 13 Jul Gosplain (CZ) - gospel, Not So Sharp (USA) -
          soul, Up in the Air (USA) - rhytm'n'blues
14-15 Jul Jack Cannon Blues Band (Hun) - blues
  16 Jul I. Hajniš New Blues Band & Sir Jay (Swe/CZ) -
          international blues band
  17 Jul Mr. Hyde, Zedadu - rock, double concert
 18 Jul Bernard Blues Band - blues rock
 19 Jul Petr Kalandra Memory Band - folk & blues rock
 20 Jul Akord Session Band - blues, rock, funky, jazz…
21-22 Jul HH Blues - blues quartet with special guest
 23 Jul Martin Ševčík - runner up contest Czech PopIdol:
          pop, rock
 24 Jul Zdaar - acoustic alternative world music
 25 Jul Carlbad Visitors with guest - pop rock
 26 Jul Ü. Stravinsky Poetic Filharmony with guest -
          psychedelic hard groove jazz
 27 Jul JiM Trio - modern jazz piano trio
28-29 Jul Grand Slam - funk rock, blues rock
 30 Jul Transeuropean Sexpress - international blues
          and rock band
 31 Jul Lolo Band - rock jazz, el. contemporary jazz,

     Clubs                                                Prague Events

                         ROCK CAFÉ
                         Národní 20, Prague 1; tel./fax: 224 914 416
               ; open Mon-Fri 10 am-3 am,
                         Sat-Sun 8 pm-3 am, concerts start at 730 pm unless
                         stated otherwise

     1 Jul   FreeZone: Ellayne, The Passengers - admission free
     2 Jul   Flogging Molly (USA) - folk-skate-punk
     3 Jul   Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
     4 Jul   Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
     5 Jul   Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
     6 Jul   Music Bar - admission free
     7 Jul   Music Bar - admission free
     8 Jul   FreeZone: Symptom Fonk, Ignore List - admission free
     9 Jul   AIM (It), Jan Budař a Eliščin Band, Sestry Steinovy, Šantré, Lukáš
             Kuta, at 5 pm
 10 Jul      Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
 11 Jul      Catapults and Parachutes (USA), Poslední kapka, at 7 pm
 12 Jul      Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
 13 Jul      Music Bar - admission free
 14 Jul      Music Bar - admission free
 15 Jul      FreeZone: His Wooden Toys, Kruhová záležitost - admission free
 16 Jul      Caktus Showband, at 8 pm
 17 Jul      Vlasta Horváth, guest Nikitar
 18 Jul      Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
 19 Jul      Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
 20 Jul      Music Bar - admission free
 21 Jul      Music Bar - admission free
 22 Jul      FreeZone: Tazafarou, Shargoo, at 730 pm - admission free
 23 Jul      Gipsy Summer Night: Parno Graszt (Hun), Gitans (CZ)
             with special guests
 24 Jul      Summer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
 25 Jul      Rock Café Contest: Funktomass, Matthew's Workshop, Potrubí
             26 JulSummer Café - Music Bar & Movies - admission free
 27 Jul      Music Bar - admission free
 28 Jul      Music Bar - admission free
 29 Jul      FreeZone: nAked bridge, Bikkiny Shop - admission free
 30 Jul      The Cruxshadows (USA) - gothic/dark wave, support Tear (EBM),
             at 7 pm
 31 Jul      Horror in Vegas: Blaq Mummy, Secret 9 Beat

    Prague Events                                                Clubs

                       CLUB VAGON
                       Národní 25, Prague 1 (Palace Metro)
                       tel.: 221 085 599, open Mon-Thu 7 pm-5 am,
                       Fri-Sat 7 pm-6 am, Sun 7 pm-1 am
             , performances start at 830 pm

• Wednesdays and Thursdays:
           Rockotheque, from midnight to 5 am
• Fridays:
           Video Rockotheque, from midnight to 6 am
• Saturdays:
           Radio Beat Party, from midnight to 6 am

 4 Jul   Red Hot Chili Peppers revival, The Police revival
 5 Jul   Skalená treska with guest - admission free
 6 Jul   Lili Marlene
 7 Jul   Tina Turner revival, Jimi Hendrix revival
 8 Jul   Duende, Krocan Orchestra
 9 Jul   Chameleon, JamiroquayCZ, Lenka Nová (acustic set)
10 Jul   Dukla Vozovna, Zakázaný ovoce
11 Jul   Rolling Stones revival Prague, The Chrobáky (SK)
12 Jul   Bílá nemoc
13 Jul   Sníh na schodišti, Hangover Painters
14 Jul   Záviš - the prince of porn-folk
15 Jul   Tony Ducháček & Garage
16 Jul   Keks - rock
17 Jul   Echt - pubrock
18 Jul   Votchi - hardrock
19 Jul   Guns'n'Roses revival
20 Jul   Nirvana revival
21 Jul   Metallica revival - admission free
22 Jul   Janis Joplin revival
23 Jul   Už jsme doma, support První hoře
24 Jul   Visací zámek
25 Jul   Fermata (SK)
26 Jul   Led Zeppelin revival
27 Jul   Joe Satriani revival
28 Jul   Půlnoční Marie with guest - admission free
29 Jul   Psí vojáci
30 Jul   Schodiště
31 Jul   Professor (John Lennon, Beatles, Deep Purple, etc...)

     Clubs                                                Prague Events

                      RED HOT & BLUES
                      AMERICAN JAZZ RESTAURANT
                      Jakubská 12, Prague 1; tel./fax: 222 314 639, tel.:
                      222 323 364, restaurant open daily 9 am-11 pm, dinner
                      show 730 pm-1030 pm, major credit cards accepted

     1 Jul   The Lazy Pigs                 17 Jul Jamie Marshall
     2 Jul   Jamie Marshall                18 Jul Fency - rock'n'roll revival
     3 Jul   Jamie Marshall                19 Jul Cleadhead Phil -
     4 Jul   Fency - rock'n'roll revival          Kansas City Blues
     5 Jul   Cleadhead Phil -
                                           20 Jul Jonathon Gaudet -
             Kansas City Blues
                                                  Slide Blues
     6 Jul   Jonathon Gaudet -
             Slide Blues                   21 Jul Cleadhead Phil -
     7 Jul   Cleadhead Phil -                     Kansas City Blues
             Kansas City Blues             22 Jul The Lazy Pigs
  8 Jul      The Lazy Pigs                 23 Jul Jamie Marshall
  9 Jul      Jamie Marshall                24 Jul Jamie Marshall
 10 Jul      Jamie Marshall                25 Jul Fency - rock'n'roll revival
 11 Jul      Fency - rock'n'roll revival   26 Jul Cleadhead Phil -
 12 Jul      Cleadhead Phil -                     Kansas City Blues
             Kansas City Blues
                                           27 Jul Jonathon Gaudet -
 13 Jul      Jonathon Gaudet -
                                                  Slide Blues
             Slide Blues
 14 Jul      Cleadhead Phil -              28 Jul Cleadhead Phil -
             Kansas City Blues                    Kansas City Blues
 15 Jul      The Lazy Pigs                 29 Jul The Lazy Pigs
 16 Jul      Jamie Marshall                30 Jul Jamie Marshall

                                                            The Charles University
                                                                    Photo (c) PIS
     Prague Events                                                Clubs

Music, Gallery, Performing Arts, Film, Internet Café
Dlouhá 33, Prague 1,, free internet, wi-fi
performances start at 10 pm unless stated otherwise

  1 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Ghonzales, Nitrous - admission free
  2 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Lucas Hulan, Joseph Kari, Sajmon -
        admission free
  3 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Texx, Martin Frank - admission free
  4 Jul Human Traffix: resident DJ Loutka, guest DJs Blond & Raidem,
        Hech & Mr.Pupitz
  5 Jul Entrance: resident DJ Michael C, guest DJs Crossryders, Jean Luc
  7 Jul Free Mondays in Tribal Vision: DJs Shankar, Slater, Lucas Hulan,
        Bodan - admission free
  8 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs 2K, Sweg - admission free
  9 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Cubik, Tomics - admission free
 10 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Yannick, Deff - admission free
 11 Jul One Night! resident Radio 1 DJs Josef Sedloň, Dan Cooley, Bela En
 12 Jul Elektra: special guest Murat Kilic (Austr), resident DJs Airto, Weki
 14 Jul Free Mondays: DJs Martin Frank, Vectif, Danny May - admission free
 15 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Ghonzales, Stanzim - admission free
 16 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Lucas Hulan, Biscuit - admission free
 17 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Yannick, Electrom - admission free
 18 Jul Zen: special guest Roland Klinkenberg, resident DJs Michael
        Burian, Roman Rai
 19 Jul Bush: resident DJ Im Cyber, guest DJs Deadly Viperz,
        Bifidus Aktif, Honey
 21 Jul Free Mondays: DJs Nirthy, Martin Wind, Zissou - admission free
 22 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs 2K, Danoo - admission free
 23 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Cubik, Groof - admission free
 24 Jul Midweek Lounge: DJs Yannick, Box - admission free
 25 Jul Climax: resident DJ Chris Sadler, guest DJs Roger Venzent,
        Dan Cooley, Juan Disquez
 26 Jul Mars Volta - live, start at 7 pm

     Clubs                                         Prague Events

                      AGHARTA JAZZ CENTRUM
                      Železná 16, Prague 1, tel.: 222 211 275
                      open daily 6 pm-1 am, concerts start at 9 pm

  1 Jul Robert Balzar Trio - modern jazz
  2 Jul Jakub Doležal Quintet - modern jazz
  3 Jul Leona Prokopcová Band - modern jazz singer
  4 Jul Rostislav Fraš Quartet - modern jazz
  5 Jul František Uhlíř Team - modern jazz
  6 Jul Chicken Soup - funk jazz
  7 Jul Karel Růžička Trio - modern jazz
  8 Jul František Kop Quartet - modern jazz
  9 Jul Vít Švec Trio - modern jazz
10-11 Jul Madfinger - funk jazz
 12 Jul Noční optika - modern jazz
 13 Jul Hot Line - fusion
 14 Jul Jakub Zomer Quartet - modern jazz
 15 Jul Libor Šmoldas Trio - modern jazz
16-17 Jul Jiří Stivín & Co. - modern jazz
 18 Jul Luboš Andršt Group - jazz & blues
 19 Jul Zeurítia - latin jazz singer
 20 Jul Hot Line - fusion
 21 Jul Petr Zeman Quintet - fusion
 22 Jul Pavel Wlosok Quintet - modern jazz
23-24 Jul Rhythm Desperados - funk latin jazz
 25 Jul Los Quenados - fusion
 26 Jul Limited Edition - modern jazz
 27 Jul Ondřej Štveráček Quartet - modern jazz
 28 Jul Limited Edition - modern jazz
 29 Jul Matej Benko Quintet - modern jazz
30-31 Jul Agharta Gang feat. Štěpán Markovič - modern jazz

     Prague Events                                                 Clubs

                         METROPOLITAN JAZZ CLUB
                         Jungmannova 14, Prague 1; tel.: 224 947 777, fax:
                         224 946 952, e-mail:
               , open daily
                         7 pm-1 am, daily live jazz evenings 9 pm-1230 am,
                         hot and cold meals all day

  1 Jul   Jazztet Q                     17 Jul   XXL Blues Band
  2 Jul   Jazz Fiddlers                 18 Jul   XXL Blues Band
  3 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio                  19 Jul   The Senior Swingers
  4 Jul   The Senior Swingers           20 Jul   The Senior Swingers
  5 Jul   The Senior Swingers           21 Jul   Jazztet Q
  6 Jul   The Senior Swingers           22 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio
  7 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio
                                        23 Jul   Delta Q
  8 Jul   Delta Q
                                        24 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio
  9 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio
                                        25 Jul   The Senior Swingers
 10 Jul   The Senior Swingers
 11 Jul   The Senior Swingers           26 Jul   The Senior Swingers
 12 Jul   The Senior Swingers           27 Jul   The Senior Swingers
 13 Jul   Jaroslav ‘Fats’ Kos Trio      28 Jul   Jazz Spirit Q
 14 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio                  29 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio
 15 Jul   Jitka Vrbová & MJB Q          30 Jul   Delta Q
 16 Jul   Jazz Fiddlers                 31 Jul   Ivo Cíl Trio

Bob Zajíček Quartet - trumpetist Bob with Classic Jazz Collegium friends
Ivo Cíl Trio - pianist Ivo Cíl and his trio playing swing evergreens
Jaroslav 'Fats' Kos Trio - an outstanding singer and pianist’s trio
Jazz Fiddlers - regular evenings with the popular traditional jazz band
Jaromír Konůpka's Swing Party - J. Konůpka from Steamboat Stompers
Jazztet Quintet - jazz quintet playing dixie, swing, and latin
The Senior Swingers - pianist M. Vitina's band playing swing evergreens
XXL Blues Band - Blues Festival 2001 winners, two guitars, mouth organ
and singing, percussion

                                                        Southern Castle Gardens
                                                                  Photo (c) PIS

     Clubs                                               Prague Events

                     JAZZ CLUB REDUTA
                     Národní 20, Prague 1; tel.: 224 933 487, fax: 224 933
                     486, nightly live jazz at 930 pm, advance booking possi-
                     ble from 3 pm, for theater see our ad in the Theaters
                     section; program is subject to change
     1 Jul   Nedaba                      18 Jul   Jazz Efterrätt
     2 Jul   Václav Kozel Nonet          19 Jul   Big Band Trumpets
     3 Jul   Milan Svoboda Q             20 Jul   Bartas Band
     4 Jul   Classic Goes Jazz &         21 Jul   Jiří George Mráz &
             Mike Bukovsky
                                                  Antonín Gondolán
  5 Jul      Ivan Audes Trio
  6 Jul      Impuls                      22 Jul   Old Timers Jazz Band
  7 Jul      František Kop Q             23 Jul   Vesna Cáceres Q
  8 Jul      Emil Viklický Trio          24 Jul   Latin Wave
  9 Jul      František Uhlíř Team        25 Jul   Homage to Oscar Peterson:
 10 Jul      Vít Švec Trio                        Ondřej Krajňák Trio &
 11 Jul      Radek Němejc Q                       Radovan Tariška
 12 Jul      Senior Dixieland            26 Jul   Martin Kratochvíl’s Jazz Q
 13 Jul      Milan Svoboda Big Band
                                         27 Jul   Šavle Meče
 14 Jul      Golden Swing
 15 Jul      Peter Lipa & Band           28 Jul   Metropolitan Jazz Band
 16 Jul      Bohemia Big Band            29 Jul   Gera Band
 17 Jul      I. Hajniš & The Blue        30 Jul   Radek Krampl Vibe Fantasy
             Orchestra                   31 Jul   Elena & Jocosejazz

                                                     St. Vitus Cathedral from behind
                                                                       Photo (c) PIS

     Prague Events                                 Film Premieres

                                         Hancock /HANCOCK/ (USA)
                                         Premiere on Jul 3. Directed
                                         by P. Berg. Starring Will
                                         Smith, Charlize Theron,
                                         Jason Bateman. Action come-
                                         dy. A hard-living superhero
                                         who has fallen out of favor
                                         with the public enters into a
questionable relationship with the wife of the public relations profes-
sional who's trying to repair his image.

Kung Fu Panda /KUNG FU PANDA/ (USA)
Premiere on Jul 3. Directed by M. Os-
borne, J. Stevenson. Starring Jack
Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie.
Animated movie. Po the Panda is the
laziest animals in all of the Valley of
Peace, but unwittingly becomes the cho-
sen one when enemies threaten their
way of life.

Don't Touch the Axe /NESAHEJTE NA SEKERU/ (Fr/It) Premiere on Jul 3.
Directed by J. Rivette. Starring Jeanne Balibar, Guillaume Depardieu,
Michel Piccoli. Drama. Based on the famous Balzac's novel.

                                         Bathory /BATHORY/ (CZ/Hun/
                                         SK/UK) Premiere on Jul 10.
                                         Directed by J. Jakubisko.
                                         Starring Anna Friel, Karel
                                         Roden, Hans Matheson.
                                         Historical drama. Bathory is
                                         based on the legends sur-
                                         rounding the life and deeds
                                         of Countess Elizabeth Ba-
thory known as the greatest murderess in the history of mankind.
Contrary to popular belief, Elizabeth Bathory was a modern
Renaissance woman who ultimately fell victim to mens aspirations for
power and wealth.

     Film Premieres                                  Prague Events

Get Smart /DOSTAÒTE AGENTA SMARTA/ (USA) Premiere on Jul 10.
Directed by P. Segal. Starring Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Dwayne
Johnson. Action comedy. Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 for CONTROL, bat-
tles the forces of KAOS with the more-competent Agent 99 at his side.

                                         Made of Honor /JAK UKRÁST
                                         NEVÌSTU/    (USA/UK) Premiere
                                         on Jul 17. Directed by P. Weiland.
                                         Starring Patrick Dempsey, Mi-
                                         chelle Monaghan, Kevin Mc-
                                         Kidd. Comedy. A guy in love with
                                         an engaged woman tries to win
                                         her over after she asks him to be
                                         her maid of honor.

Be Kind Rewind /PROSÍM, PØETOÈTE/ (USA) Premiere on Jul 17.
Directed by M. Gondry. Starring Jack Black, Mos Def, Danny Glover.
Sci-fi comedy. A man whose brain becomes magnetized unintentionally
destroys every tape in his friend's video store. In order to satisfy the
store's most loyal renter, an aging woman with signs of dementia, the
two men set out to remake the lost films.

The Incredible Hulk /NEUVÌØITELNÝ HULK/ (USA) Premiere on Jul 17.
Directed by L. Leterrier. Starring Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth.
Action sci-fi. Fugitive Dr. Bruce Banner must utilize the genetic accident
that transforms him into a giant, rampaging hulk to stop a former soldier
that purposely becomes an even more dangerous version.

     Prague Events                                  Film Premieres

Nim's Island /NIMIN OSTROV/ (USA) Premiere on Jul 17. Directed by
J. Flackett, M. Levin. Starring Abigail Breslin, Jodie Foster, Gerard
Butler. Family movie. A young girl inhabits an isolated island with her
scientist father and communicates with a reclusive author of the novel
she's reading.

Shine a Light /ROLLIG STONES/ (USA/UK) Premiere on Jul 17. Directed
by M. Scorsese. Documentary. A career-spanning documentary on the
Rolling Stones, with concert footage from their "A Bigger Bang" tour.

The Red Baron /RUDÝ BARON/ (Ger/UK) Premiere on Jul 24. Directed
by N. Müllerschön. Starring Matthias Schweighöfer, Til Schweiger, Lena
Headey. War adventure. Baron Manfred von Richthofen is the most
feared and celebrated pilot of the German air force in World War I...

                                        Lissi and the Wild Emperor
                                        /SISSI A YETTI/ (Ger) Premiere on
                                        Jul 24. Directed by M. Herbig.
                                        Starring Michael Herbig, Chris-
                                        tian Tramitz, Rick Kavanian.
                                        Animated adventure. The send-
                                        up of the Sissi trilogy.

The X-Files: I Want to Believe /X-FILES: SEQUEL/ (Can/USA) Premiere
on Jul 24. Directed by Ch. Carter. Starring David Duchovny, Gillian
Anderson, Amanda Peet. Sci-fi. The movie extends the famous series.

Hank and Mike /HANK A MIKE/ (USA) Premiere on Jul 31. Directed by M.
Klinck. Starring Thomas Michael, Paolo Mancini, Chris Klein. Comedy.
Thomas Michael, Paolo Mancini, Chris Klein and Joe Mantegna star in
director Matthiew Klinck's holiday-themed.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor /MUMIE: HROB DRAÈÍHO
CÍSAØE/ (Can/Ger/USA) Premiere on Jul 31. Directed by R. Cohen.
Starring Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello. Action fantasy. In the Far
East, trouble-seeking father-and-son duo Rick and Alex O'Connell
unearth the mummy of the first Emperor of Qin -- a shape-shifting enti-
ty who was cursed by a wizard centuries ago.

Paris /PAØÍŽ/ (Fr) Premiere on Jul 31. Directed by C. Klapisch. Starring
Juliette Binoche, Romain Duris, Fabrice Luchini. Melodrama. Pierre, a
professional dancer, suffers from a serious heart disease. While he is
waiting for a transplant which may (or may not) save his life…

     Film Premieres                                     Prague Events

             IN JULY, YOU MAY ALSO GO TO...

František je děvkař /FRANTIŠEK JE DÌVKAØ/ (CZ) Directed by
J. Prušinovský. Starring Josef Polášek, Petr Čtvrtníček, Zdena
Hadrbolcová. Comedy. František is a man at the top of his life. He
achieved his credit in his job, he owns a psychiatric ordination and has
lots of clients. One day, a sequence of events turns his life inside out.

                                          Penelope /PENELOPE/ (UK/USA)
                                          Directed by M. Palansky. Star-
                                          ring Christina Ricci, James
                                          McAvoy, Catherine O'Hara. Fan-
                                          tasy comedy. A modern romantic
                                          tale about a young aristocratic
                                          heiress born under a curse that
                                          can only be broken when she
                                          finds true love with ‘one who will
                                          love her faithfully.’

Sex and the City: The Movie /SEX VE MÌSTÌ/ (USA) Directed by M. P.
King. Starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon.
Comedy. Famous series characters in a movie.

The Happening /STALO SE/ (Ind/USA) Directed by M. N. Shyamalan.
Starring Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel, John Leguizamo. Sci-fi drama.
A paranoid thriller about a family on the run from a natural crisis that pres-
ents a large-scale threat to humanity.

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My Blueberry Nights /MOJE BORÙVKOVÉ NOCI/ (Hong Kong/China/Fr)
Directed by K. W. Wong. Starring Jude Law, Norah Jones, Chad R. Davis.
Drama. A young woman takes a soul-searching journey across America
to resolve her questions about love while encountering a series of off-
beat characters along the way.

                                         Forgetting Sarah Marshall
                                        /KOPAÈKY/ (USA) Directed by
                                       N. Stoller. Starring Jason Segel,
                                       Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis.
                                       Romantic comedy. Devastated
                                       Peter takes a Hawaii vacation in
                                       order to deal with recent break-
                                       up with his TV star girlfriend,
Sarah. Little does he know Sarah's traveling to the same resort as her
ex ... and she's bringing along her new boyfriend.

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian /LETOPISY NARNIE: PRINC
KASPIAN/ (USA/UK) Directed by A. Adamson. Starring Ben Barnes,
GeorgieHenley, Skandar Keynes. Fantasy. The Pevensie siblings return
to Narnia, where they are enlisted to once again help ward off an evil
king and restore the rightful heir to the land's throne, Prince Caspian.

Wanted /WANTED/ (USA) Directed by T. Bekmam-betov. Starring James
McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Terence Stamp. Thriller. Wanted tells the
tale of one apathetic nobody's transformation into an unparalleled
enforcer of justice...

Iron Man /IRON MAN/ (USA) Directed by J. Favreau. Starring Tony Stark,
Terrence Howard, Gwyneth Paltrow. Action. When wealthy industrialist
Tony Stark is forced to build an armored suit after a life-threatening inci-
dent, he ultimately decides to use its technology to fight against evil.

Paris, I Love You /PARIS, MILUJI TÌ/ (Fr/Liecht/Switz) Directed by O. As-
sayas and F. Auburtin. Romance. Through the neighborhoods of Paris,
love is veiled, revealed, imitated, sucked dry, reinvented and awakened.

Speed Racer /SPEED RACER/ (USA) Directed by A. Wachowski and
L. Wachowski. Starring Emile Hirsch, Christina Ricci, Matthew Fox.
Action, family movie. The story begins with Speed Racer who is a young
man with natural racing instincts whose goal is to win The Crucible…

     Film Premieres                                 Prague Events

The Wave /NÁŠ VÙDCE/ (Ger)
Directed by D. Gansel. Starring
Jürgen Vogel, Frederick Lau, Max
Riemelt. Psychological. A high
school teacher's unusual experi-
ment to demonstrate to his stu-
dents what life is like under a dic-
tatorship spins horribly out of
control when he forms a social
unit with a life of its own.

Definitely, Maybe /URÈITÌ, MOŽNÁ/ (UK/USA/Fr) Directed by
A. Brooks. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Abigail Breslin, An Nguyen.
Romance. A political consultant tries to explain his impending divorce
and past relationships to his 11-year-old daughter.

In Brugges /V BRUGÁCH/ (UK) Directed by A. Brooks. Starring Ryan
Reynolds, Abigail Breslin, An Nguyen. Action comedy. A political con-
sultant tries to explain his impending divorce and past relationships to
his 11-year-old daughter.

                                          U mě dobrý /U MÌ DOBRÝ/
                                          (CZ) Directed by J. Hřebejk.
                                          Starring Boleslav Polívka, Jiří
                                          Schmitzer, Lenka Vlasáková.
                                          Comedy. Based on Petr
                                          Šabach's short stories.

What Happenes in Vegas… /MEJDAN V LOS ANGELES/ (USA) Directed by
T. Vaughan. Starring Cameron Diaz, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah.
Comedy. Set in Sin City, story revolves around two people who discover
they've gotten married following a night of debauchery...

Prom Night /PROM NIGHT/ (USA) Directed by N. McCormick. Starring
Brittany Snow, Scott Porter, Jessica Stroup. Mystery horror. Donna's
senior prom is supposed to be the best night of her life, though a sadis-
tic killer from her past has different plans for her and her friends.

Drillbit Taylor /TVRÏÁK TAYLOR/ (USA) Directed by S. Brill. Starring
Nate Hartley, Troy Gentile, Ian Roberts. Comedy. Three kids hire a low-
budget bodyguard to protect them from the playground bully.

     Prague Events                                     Film Premieres

Indiana Jones and the
Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Directed by S. Spielberg.
Starring Harrison Ford, Karen
Allen,     Cate    Blanchett.
Adventure. Another Indiana
Jones stories.

Untraceable /SMRT ON-LINE/ (USA) Directed by G. Hoblit. Starring
Diane Lane, Billy Burke, Colin Hanks. Crimi. FBI agent Jennifer Marsh
is tasked with hunting down a seemingly untraceable serial killer who
posts live videos of his victims on the Internet. As time runs out, the cat
and mouse chase becomes more personal.

Gone, Baby, Gone /GONE, BABY, GONE/ (USA) Directed by Ben Affleck.
Starring Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, Morgan Freeman. Crimi.
Based on the Dennis Lehane novel about two Boston area detectives
investigating a little girl's kidnapping, which ultimately turns into a cri-
sis both professionally and personally.

Street Kings /STREET KINGS/ (USA) Directed by D. Ayer. Starring Keanu
Reeves, Forest Whitaker, Hugh Laurie. Crimi. Tom Ludlow is a veteran
LAPD cop who finds life difficult to navigate after the death of his wife.
When evidence implicates him in the execution of a fellow officer, he is
forced to go up against the cop culture he's been a part of his entire
career, ultimately leading him to question the loyalties of everyone
around him.

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                              Closing the Ring /TAJEMSTVÍ PRSTENU/
                              (Can/USA/UK) Directed by Richard
                              Attenborough. Starring Shirley MacLaine,
                              Christopher Plummer, Mischa Barton.
                              Melodrama. A young man searches for the
                              proper owner of a ring that belonged to a
                              United States World War II bomber pilot
                              who had crashed onto the Cave Hill just
                              outside Belfast in Northern Ireland on 1st
                              June 1944.

The Bucket List /NEZ SI PRO NÁS PØIJDE/ (USA) Directed by Rob Reiner.
Starring Jack Nicholson, Morgan Freeman, Sean Hayes. Tragicomedy.
Two terminally ill men escape from a cancer ward and head off on a road
trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die.

The Art of Crying /UMÌNÍ PLAKAT/ (Den) Directed by Peter Schonau
Fog. Starring Jannik Lorenzen, Jesper Asholt, Hanne Hedelund. Drama.
Follows a precocious, eleven-year-old Allan, who tries desperately to
keep his dysfunctional, rural…

In the Valley of Elah /V ÚDOLÍ ELAH/ (USA) Directed by Paul Haggis.
Starring Tommy Lee Jones, Charlize Theron, Jason Patric. Drama. A
career officer (Jones) and his wife (Sarandon) work with a police detec-
tive (Theron) to uncover the truth behind their son's disappearance fol-
lowing his return from a tour of duty in Iraq.

Doomsday /SOUDNÝ DEN/ (UK) Directed by Neil Marshall. Starring
Caryn Peterson, Adeola Ariyo, Emma Cleasby. Sci-fi thriller. A futuristic
action thriller where a team of people work to prevent a disaster threat-
ening the future of the human race.

Vantage Point /ÚHEL POHLEDU/ (USA) Directed by Pete Travis. Starring
Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox, Forest Whitaker. Thriller. With a
Rashomon narrative style, the attempted assassination of the president
is told from five different perspectives.

The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar II /ZTRACENÝ POKLAD TEM-
PLÁØSKÝCH RYTÍØÙ 2/ (Den) Directed by Giacomo Campeotto. Starring
Julie Grundtvig Wester, Christian Heldbo Wienberg, Nicklas Svale
Andersen. Adventure.

     Prague Events                                   Film Premieres

Horton Hears a Who /HORTON/ (USA) Directed by Jimmy Hayward and
Steve Martino. Animated adventure. Horton the Elephant struggles to
protect a microscopic community from his neighbors who refuse to
believe it exists.

Jumper /JUMPER/ (USA) Premiere on Mar 6. Directed by Doug Liman,
starring Hayden Christensen, Jamie Bell, Rachel Bilson. Sci-fi adven-
ture. A genetic anomaly allows a young man to teleport himself any-
where. He discovers this gift has existed for centuries and finds himself
in a war that has been raging for thousands of years between "Jumpers"
and those who have sworn to kill them.

                                        Mongol /MONGOL/ (Mon/Ger/
                                        Kha/Rus) Directed by Sergei
                                        Bodrov. Starring Aliya, Tegen
                                        Ao, Tadanobu Asano. Historical
                                        adventure. The story recounts
                                        the early life of Genghis Khan
                                        who was a slave before going on
                                        to conquer half the world includ-
                                        ing Russia in 1206.

27 Dresses /27 ŠATÙ/ (USA) Premiere on Mar 13. Directed by Anne
Fletcher, starring Brian Kerwin, Charli Barcena, Peyton List. Comedy.
After serving as a bridesmaid 27 times, a young woman (Heigl) wrestles
with the idea of standing by her sister's side as her sibling marries the
man she's secretly in love with.

     Film Premieres                                 Prague Events

10,000 B.C. /10 000 LET PØED KRISTEM/ (USA/New Zealand) Premiere
on Mar 13. Directed by Roland Emmerich, starring Camilla Belle,
Steven Strait, Cliff Curtis. Adventure. A prehistoric epic that follows a
young mammoth hunter's journey through uncharted territory to secure
the future of his tribe.

On Parents and Children /O RODIÈÍCH A DÌTECH/ (Czech Republic)
Premiere on Mar 6. Directed by Vladimír Michálek, starring Zuzana
Stivínová, Jiří Lábus, Josef Somr. Comedy. Relationship between gener-
ations... based on Emil Hakl's novel.

Bobule /BOBULE/ (Czech Republic) Premiere on Mar 27. Directed by
Tomáš Bařina, starring Jiří Bábek, Lucie Benešová, Kryštof Hádek.
Comedy. Poetická komedie z moravských vinic.

Margot at the Wedding /SVATBA PODLE MARGOT/ (USA) Premiere on
Mar 27. Directed by Noah Baumbach, starring Zane Pais, Susan
Blackwell, Nicole Kidman. Melodrama, comedy. Margot and her son
Claude decide to visit her sister Pauline after she announces that she is
getting married to less-than-impressive Malcolm. In short order, the
storm the sisters create leaves behind a a mess of thrashed relationships
and exposed family secrets.

Nejkrásnější hádanka /NEJKRÁSNÌJŠÍ HÁDANKA/ (CZ) Directed by Zdeněk
Troška, starring Taťjana Medvecká, Veronika Kubařová, Miroslav
Táborský. Fairy-tale. Written according to J. Drda's fairy-tales.

     Prague Events                                     Film Premieres

                                               Control /CONTROL/ (UK/
                                               /USA/Austr/Jap) Premiere
                                               on Mar 13. Directed by
                                               Anton Corbijn, starring
                                               Samantha Morton, Sam
                                               Riley, Alexandra Maria
                                               Lara. Biography. A profile
                                               of Ian Curtis, the enigmat-
                                               ic singer of Joy Division
                                               whose personal, profes-
                                               sional, and romantic trou-
                                               bles led him to commit sui-
                                               cide at the age of 23.

The Spiderwick Chronicles /KRONIKA RODU SPIDERWICKÙ/ (USA)
Premiere on Mar 13. Directed by Mark Waters, starring Sarah Bolger,
Freddie Highmore, Jordy Benattar. Fantasy. Upon moving into the run-
down Spiderwick Estate with their mother, twin brothers Jared and
Simon Grace, along with their sister Mallory, find themselves pulled into
an alternate world full of faeries and other creatures.

There Will Be Blood /AZ NA KREV/ (USA) Premiere on Mar 27. Directed by
Paul Thomas Anderson, starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Martin Stringer, Kevin
J. O'Connor. Drama. A story about family, greed, religion, and oil, centered
around a turn-of-the-century prospector in the early days of the business.

     Cinemas                                        Prague Events

Vodičkova 41, Prague 1; tel.: 224 946 824,

If you haven't yet seen some of the old Czech classics and you would like
to get a deeper understanding of the Czech soul... you can see classical
Czech movies with English subtitles now. See all the details on our web-

12-20 Jul      Echoes of IFF in Karlovy Vary

Regular screenings of documentary movies with their authors present.
Screenings start at 830 pm. See our website for details.

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  Prague Events                                        Cinemas

                  in the Regina Open Air Cinema
                       Hybešova 10, Prague 8
                 The screenings start at 930 pm.
             Original versions with Czech subtitles.

 2 Jul   Fool's Gold (USA) - dir. A. Tennant
 3 Jul   Na vlastní nebezpečí (CZ) - dir. F. Renč
 4 Jul   Frontier(s) (Fr/Switz) - dir. X. Gens
 5 Jul   10,000 B.C. (USA/NZ) - dir. R. Emmerich
 6 Jul   Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
         (USA/UK) - dir. T. Burton
 9 Jul   What Happenes in Vegas… (USA) - dir. T. Vaughan
10 Jul   There Will Be Blood (USA) - dir. P. T. Anderson
11 Jul   The Bucket List (USA) - dir. R. Reiner
12 Jul   Václav (CZ) - dir. J. Vejdělek
13 Jul   O život (CZ) - dir. M. Šteindler
15 Jul   The Incredible Hulk (USA) - dir. L. Leterrier
16 Jul   Mongol (Mon/Ger/Kha/Rus) - dir. S. Bodrov
17 Jul   František je děvkař (CZ) - dir. J. Prušinovský
18 Jul   The Return (Rus) - dir. A. Zvyagintsev
19 Jul   Muzika (Ger/SK) - dir. J. Nvota
20 Jul   Demoni (It) - dir. L. Bava
22 Jul   Lissi and the Wild Emperor (Ger) - dir. M. Herbig
23 Jul   Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
         (USA) - dir. S. Spielberg
24 Jul   Eastern Promises (Can/USA/UK) - dir. D. Cronenberg
25 Jul   Wedding Daze/The Pleasure of Your Company
         (USA) - dir. M. I. Black
26 Jul   Forgetting Sarah Marshall (USA) - dir. N. Stoller
27 Jul   In Bruges (UK) - dir. A. Brooks
29 Jul   Paris (Fr) - dir. C. Klapisch
30 Jul   Speed Racer (USA) - dir. A. Wachowski, L. Wachowski
31 Jul   Kuličky (CZ) - dir. Č. Kopecký, O. Dabrowská

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      Cinemas                                         Prague Events

Biskupcova 31, Prague 3; tel.: 271 771 349, fax: 222 585 345

     1 Jul    10 am    Charle Wilson's War (USA) - dir. M. Nichols
               6 pm    It's Gonna Get Worse (CZ) - dir. P. Nikolaev
              830 pm   Marketa Lazarová (CZ) - dir. F. Vláčil
     2 Jul     6 pm    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (Rom) - dir. C. Mungiu
              830 pm   Casablanca (USA) - dir. M. Curtiz
     3 Jul     6 pm    The Art of Negative Thinking (Nor) - dir. B. Breien
              830 pm   The Karamazov Brothers (CZ/Pol) - dir. P. Zelenka
     4 Jul     6 pm    On Parents and Children (CZ) - dir. V. Michálek
              815 pm   The Tin Drum (Fr/Ger) - dir. V. Schlöndorff
             1045 pm   The Holly Mountain (Mex/USA) - dir. A. Jodorowsky
     5 Jul     6 pm    Venkovský učitel (CZ) - dir. B. Sláma
              830 pm   Penelope (UK/USA) - dir. M. Palansky
             1030 pm   El topo (Arg) - dir. E. Romero
     6 Jul     6 pm    The Darjeeling Limited (USA) - dir. W. Anderson
              830 pm   Kuličky (CZ) - dir. Č. Kopecký, O. Dabrowská
     7 Jul     6 pm    Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
                       (USA/UK) - dir. T. Burton
              830 pm   No Country for Old Men (USA) - dir. J. and E. Coen
     8 Jul    10 am    Unseen (CZ) - dir. M. Janek
               6 pm    Control (UK/USA/Austr/Jap) - dir. A. Corbijn
              830 pm   U mě dobrý (CZ) - dir. J. Hřebejk
     9 Jul     6 pm    Pan's Labyrinth (Mex/Sp/USA) - dir. G. del Toro
              830 pm   U mě dobrý (CZ) - dir. J. Hřebejk
 10 Jul        6 pm    Pink Floyd - The Wall (UK) - dir. A. Parker
              830 pm   Havel the Citizen (CZ) - dir. P. Koutecký
 11 Jul        6 pm    Once (Ir) - dir. J. Carney
              830 pm   Control (UK/USA/Austr/Jap) - dir. A. Corbijn
             1045 pm   Films by Tomáš Vorel

                            OFFICIAL ECHOES
                  OF THE    IFF IN KARLOVY VARY
                              from Jul 12-20

 15 Jul       10 am Kuličky (CZ) - dir. Č. Kopecký and O. Dabrowská
              830 pm Shine a Light (2008, Martin Scorsese)

      Vodickova 36, Prague 1            224 216 972-3

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   the                Bathory
            dir. Juraj Jakubisko

                                           My Blueberry Nights
                                           (FR/Hong Kong/Ch)
                                           dir. Kar-wai Wong             he
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                                                                film onth

          Sex and the City:
           The Movie (USA)
       dir. Michael Patrick King

                                           Gone Baby Gone
                                           dir. Ben Affleck

                Paris, je t'aime
dir. J. Coen, E. Coen, A. Cuarón,
          G. Depardieu, A. Payne,
              T. Tykwer and others

             Shine a Light (USA) - dir. Martin Scorsese
     Venkovský uèitel (CZ/Fr/Ger) - dir. Bohdan Sláma /Eng. subt./
        The Karamazov Brothers (CZ/Pol) - dir. Petr Zelenka
       The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Fr) - dir. J. Schnabel
              Havel the Citizen (CZ) - dir. P. Koutecký

                 All screenings in original versions with subtitles
                             unless stated otherwise
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                U ŠEMÍKA
                Vratislavova 36, Prague 2 - Vyšehrad, tel.: 224 911 330,
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                daily 1130 am-1130 pm, maj-or credit cards accepted, main
                dishes range from 100 - 400 CZK. Summer garden, hotel.

• Czech and international cuisine
• Grill dishes in the garden.

                    Mánesova 59, Prague 2, tel.: 222 727 851,
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                    open Mon-Fri 11 am-midnight, Sat, Sun 1 pm-midnight

                  U MODRÉ KACHNIÈKY
                  /BLUE DUCK RESTAURANT/ Nebovidská 6, Prague 1
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                  630 pm-midnight, major credit cards accepted, main
                  dishes range from 300 - 450 CZK
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major credit cards accepted, main dishes range from 300 - 600 CZK

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ted, main dishes range from 200 - 500 CZK
• specialized game restaurant, 400 - 500 brands of wine

                       V Celnici 3, Prague 1; tel.: 224 235 158,
                       fax: 224 233 246 mobile: 606 604 180, e-mail:

• café and restaurant with an unmatched atmosphere, comfort, and delici-
  ous meals made with the help of all the wits of the cooks of the past

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                          SAMURAI JAPANESE RESTAURANT
                          Londýnská 73/379, Prague 2
                          tel.: 222 515 330, 774 422 217

Mon-Sat: noon-3 pm
         6 pm-1130 pm
Sun:       6 pm-1130 pm

                  Národní 10, Prague 1                  ...ENJOY MORE
                  (entrance from Voršilská St.)
                  booking: tel.: 224 951 741, mobile: 603 153 440,
                  connection: subway line B, station Národní třída

• unique new gastronomic project that offers guests a new and unusual
  experience, newly designed settings and excellent cuisine in the cen-
  ter of Prague
• guests are taken into the ‘absolute darkness’
• evenings including program for reservation only

                          RESTAURANT POD SMETANKOU
                          OLD-PRAGUE PUB IN THE HEART OF THE CITY
                          Mánesova 7, Prague 2 - Vinohrady
                          reservations on tel. 222 250 747, 737 043 569,
                          or via e-mail:,

• traditional Czech cuisine, local specialities
• draught beer: Gambrinus 10%, Pilsner Urquell 12%, Master 13%
• wi-fi free zone
• nice prices!
• open daily until midnight

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              Týnská 1, Prague 1; tel.: 222 321 521, 222 329 353,
              fax: 222 310 351, e-mail:,
    , open daily from 11 am-11 pm

The Restaurant offers spe-
cialities of both Czech and
international cusine. You
can relish Moravian, Spa-
nish and Italian wines. If
you prefer a guick snack
you are sure to appreciate
the little café, where you
can taste the popular Czech
cakes staight from the chef.

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     fashion designer Dita Petrusová-Filipová
   Partner of the Nebozízek Restaurant
is SEDOP Taxi Service. Please use their
  services - English speaking operators,
    payment by credit card in the car!
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                KÁVA KÁVA KÁVA
                Platýz Passage, Národní 37, Prague 1; tel.: 224 228 862
                open Mon-Fri 7 am-10 pm, Sat, Sun 9 am-10 pm

• Also in Prague 5, Lidická 42, Nový Smíchov, near the Anděl metro and
  Carrefour Shopping Mall. tel: 527 314 268/77, e-mail: kava@magicwa-, open Mon-Thu from 7 am-10 pm, Fri 7 am-midnight, Sat 9 am-
  midnight and Sun 9 am-10 pm! Happy hours!
• The Lidická store also serves delicious, small, warm and healthy
• Have a wonderful cup of coffee in the pleasant surroundings of our
  cafe room or take it with you!
• Best coffee in Prague according to Radio Kiss FM, Think Magazine,
  and the Prague Post, internet room and sales gallery

                          HOTEL LORETA /RESTAURANT ‘U LORETY’/
                          Loretánské náměstí 8, Prague 1
                          tel.: 233 310 510, mobile: 739 994 347,
                          restaurant open Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm

• placed in one of the most charming locations -
  at the Prague Castle Hradčany
• small newly refurbished hotel of *** class
  offering in total 20 beds in baroque interior
• newly reconstructed ‘Galerie Cellar Restaurant’
  and garden restaurant with grill
• excellent czech and international cuisine from 50 - 250 CZK

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Nám. Curieových 43/5, Prague 1, metro Staroměstská, tel.: 296 631 111
reservations tel.: 296 631 118, e-mail:

Kongresová 1, Prague 4, connection: subway line C station Vyšehrad,
tel: 261 191 239, fax: 261 211 673, e-mail:,,

SAVOY *****
Keplerova 6, Prague 1, metro Malostranská, tel.: 224 302 411, fax: 224 302 118

U Lužického semináře 3, Prague 1, metro Malostranská, tel.: 257 011 911
fax: 257 011 966, e-mail:,

Rybná 10, Prague 1, connection: subway line B station Nám. Republiky,
tel.: 221 775 711, fax: 221 775 712, e-mail:,

                                       Rašínovo nábř. 38, Prague 2, Hotel
                                       in an attractive place in the historic
                                       centre of Prague (
                                       and a database of hotels, pensions
                                       and apartments in Prague
                                       (, e-mail: pensi-
                             , tel.: 224 916 060,
                                       fax: 224 912 040

             ÈERNÝ SLON ****
             Týnská 1, Prague 1, conection: subway line A station Sta-
             roměstská, Hotel Černý slon is in the very heart of Prague,
             close to Staroměstské náměstí (the Old Town Square); tel.:
             222 321 521, 222 329 353, fax: 222 310 351,, e-mail:

Evropská 15, Prague 6, metro Dejvická, tel.: 296 559 212, fax: 224 394 215

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tel.: 841 666 333, 777 666 333, 721 666 333, 736 666 333,, price approx. 0,9 EUR per kilometer,
English speaking drivers, payment by credit card in the car,
unique partner of the Nebozízek Restaurant

tel.: 222 111 000, mobile: 602 558 888, 602 559 999,, pick up 40 CZK, 22 CZK per kilometer

tel.: 14 0 14, 222 333 222, 221 102 211,,
we speak English, 24 hours a day, pick up 30 CZK, 26,90 CZK per kilo-

tel.: 244 114 411, 602 177 292, 603 845 825, 776 11 44 11,, pick up 30 CZK, 23,90 CZK per kilometer

Praha Ruzyně Airport; tel.: 220 117 078, 220 113 892, 220 561 788,
operating 8 am-11pm,

Washingtonova 9, Prague 1, tel.: 224 233 265, 224 236 180
Millennium Plaza, V Celnici 10, Prague 1, tel.: 224 211 587, 224 229 848

Argentinská St., Prague 7, tel.: 233 350 001
Ruzyně Airport, Parking "C", tel.: 724 316 131

Ruzyně Airport, tel.: 220 113 676
Revoluční 25, Prague 1, tel.: 224 826 260

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                         ARPACAY HOSTEL
                         Radlická 76, Prague 5
                         tel./fax: 00420 251 552 297
Are you looking for a clean and comfortable room incl. bedding, break-
fast and FREE Internet access for EUR 10-25? ARPACAY hostel is a cosy
and modern hostel located in the centre of Prague. The hostel offers
2-8bed rooms with shared facilities or you can also choose one of aparte-
ments with private bathroom, toilet and kitchen. In the hostel you can
find 2 individualistic common rooms, SAT TV and a roof terrace
with beautiful view of Prague.
You can also use free luggage
room, safe at reception or one of
3 fully equipped guest kitchens
for free. There are 5 PCs with
FREE Internet Access, WI-FI
in all rooms, laundry facilities
and helpful staff at reception.
    Book ARPACAY hostel!

                        HOSTEL ADVANTAGE
                        Sokolská 11, Prague 2
                        tel.: +420 224 914 062
                        fax: +420 224 914 067

   hostelling international prague's hostel central location open all
year 24 hours a day high accommodation standard cheap prices
(breakfast, linen, hot shower and towel included) & 10% discount for HI
members or ISIC holders shared & private or private ensuite rooms
  large lockers in all shared rooms friendy english speaking staff in-
formation service and sightseeing tours FREE Wifi and Internet
kitchennete safe and luggage storage excellent restaurant
How to get to the hostel: From I. P. Pavlova station (underground line C)
go up the escalator and take the first flight of stairs on your left. Once on
street level, go straight on, cross the road and go left. Go straight for about
100m and you will find the hostel.
The highest building
in Prague
At the height of almost 100 meters you have
the best and the most beautiful view of Pragues‘
Open daily: 10 a.m. – 11.30 p.m.

• Air-conditioned
• Wide offer of international
Open daily: 11 a.m. – 11.30 p.m.
Reservation tel: +420 242 418 778
                 +420 242 418 766

• Air-conditioned
• A beautiful view of Prague
Open daily: 10.30 a.m. – 11.30 p.m.

Metro „A“
Stop Jiřího z Poděbrad
Tower Praha a. s.
Mahlerovy sady 1, Praha 3

                            Fedération Des Grandes Tours Du Monde
                               World Federation of Great Towers
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        Information obtained from Prague Information Service
          The sites are open Tue-Sun unless stated otherwise

                                                 ÈESKÝ KRUMLOV
                                                 The first records of the
                                                 castle date from the
                                                 year 1253 by the Lords
                                                 of Krumlov. From 1302
 it belonged to Rosenbergs. The last Rosenberg, Petr Vok, sold it to
 Emperor Rudolph II. The upper castle is from the 1st half of the 14th
 century (in 1394, Bohemian King Wenceslas IV was imprisoned there
 by the opposition) was extended around 1440 and modified in the rena-
 issance style in the 16th century. The oldest part is the Small Castle
      with a 76 m tower. It is from the 2nd half of the 13th century.

          KUTNÁ HORA
Architectonic jewel of the European
significance. Its history is insepa-
rably connected with mining and
processing of silver. Among its num-
berous monuments, the St. Barbora
      Church is the first to see.

                             Gothic royal castle founded by Charles IV
                             in 1348 to safeguard the Crown Jewels.
                             After Prague Castle, the most important
                                historical site in the Czech Republic.

Renaissance town in the Eastern
Bohemia with a large castle (regis-
tered by UNESCO). Birth place of
Bedřich Smetana, venue of the
famous festival of classical music,
       ‘Smetanova Litomyšl’.
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                                     KLADRUBY MONASTERY
                                  Benedictine monastery established in
                                  1115, Gothicized in 1233. The church
                                  received its current look within the
                                  reconstruction conducted by famous
                                  Baroque architect Johann Blasisus
                                      Santini–Aichel in 1713-1726.

Originally a wooden hunting castle rebuilt
and fortified by Prince Vladislav I between
1109 and 1125. Today’s shape is from the
13th century. During the reign of Hapsburgs
    in 16th century, it served as prison.

                                    KONOPIŠTÌ CHATEAU
                             Konopiště was founded in the 13th century
                             as a gothic fortress in the style of French
                             castles, turned into a baroque residence
                             in the 18th century. In the 19th century it
                                    bought by Ferdinand d'Este.

On the site of Frohnburg Castle from
the 13th century, rebuilt in neogothic
‘Windsor’ style in 1841-71. The cha-
teau is surrounded by large park and
      landscape arrangements.

        Trips to castles in the Czech Republic are organized by
                  PREMIANT CITY TOUR
         For times and dates please call tel.: 606 600 123.
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                  Václavské nám. 41, Prague 1, tel.: 221 111 338,

Our books in English include new fiction, classic literature, and transla-
tions of leading Czech authors.

                  THE GLOBE
                  Pštrossova 6, Prague 1; tel.: 224 934 203
        ; open daily 10 am-mid-
                  night; connection: tram lines 9, 17, 18, 22, or 23 sta-
                  tions Národní divadlo or Karlovo náměstí

                      THE MUNICIPAL HOUSE
                      /OBECNÍ DÙM/ nám. Republiky 5, Prague 1,
                      Culture and Information Centre open daily 10 am-
                      8 pm, tel.: 222 002 101, fax: 222 002 100, e-mail:

All the publications are available (or can be ordered by post, payment on
delivery) at the Culture and Information Centre of the Municipal House,
tel.: 222 002 101, fax: 222 002 100, e-mail:

KANZELSBERGER Václavské nám. 4, Prague 1; tel.: 224 219 214,
fax: 224 219 216,

Kaprova 10, Prague 1, Karlova 1, Prague 1, Nám. Jana Palacha 2,
Prague 1, Jilská 1, Prague 1

Václavské nám. 34, Prague 1; tel.: 224 223 511, fax: 224 223 520,

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           Monthly Prague Events Publishing
Publisher: Radim Balík. Editorial Office: Žerotínova 32, 130 00 Prague 3,
 tel.: 724 101 597, fax: 225 384 610,, e-mail: Editor-in-Chief: Radim Balík. Graphics: Martin
   Petrus. Printed by VS Praha. Distribution is handled by Transpress,
 s.r.o., CZ Press, s.r.o., and others. ISSN 1213-6425. Ministry of Culture
     registration E 13388. In this guide, photographs from the Prague
  Information Service promotional CD were used. The publisher has no
       responsibility for program changes made by event organizers.
                           Released on Jun 26, 2008.

    on Jul 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19,
           23, 24, 25, 26, 30 and 31 at 730

Ticket reservations: 602 291 572. Reduta Theatre, Národní 20,
Prague 1. Performances begin at 7.30 pm. The box office is open
Mo-Fr from 3 pm, Sa-Su from 7 pm.,

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