This list does not include all cultural events offered by our beautiful hundred-spired Prague. That would make quite a long list. Prague is slowly but steadily becoming a cultural metropolis where luxury and art both have their rightful place.
Offer of the autumn gallery
We have selected two inspirational and interesting exhibitions from the November offer.
We would like to invite you to the Black Hole exhibition. What hides behind the mysterious Black Hole – an upcoming exhibition by the non-conforming artist David Černý? Find out for yourselves in the luxurious Dvorak Sec Gallery from 27 October until 29 November.
The Stanislav Libenský Award ceremony for 2016 takes place in DOX until 14 November. This annual international glass-works competition exhibition will feature the best works of young talents and art university graduates from all over the world.
Concert halls will come to life with famous names
Famous Brits will take over the O2 Arena towards the end of the year.
Rod Steward, who is an important music icon of the 1970s, will perform on 7 November. Later on 26 November, you can look forward to another British performer, the ever-popular amazing Elton John, who turned 69 this March.
We also recommend a visit of the Karlín Forum music club which will host the legendary Placebo on 8 November.
Must-see theater plays
November is also dedicated to Great Britain, as in this month two Prague theaters will present several of William Shakespeare’s famous plays. The Estates Theater will feature Othello, The Moor of Venice and the Bez Zábradlí Theater will feature Much Ado About Nothing with a star cast.
If Shakespeare is not your cup of tea, you should visit the popular Dejvické Theater on 1 or 16 November. The Vzkříšení (Resurrection) play is a set of short stories by an unknown author, full of love, pain and joy. The cast includes Martha Issova and Ivan Trojan.