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February traditionally belongs to love and the Celebration of Valentine’s Day. Why not give your loved one a ticket to a concert or to a high-quality theatre play? We are providing you with some interesting suggestions for theatres and concerts in Prague.

Arts in Prague: Hints for Your Cultural Enrichment in February

Eva Ledecká
02.Feb 2017
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In La Fabrika you will encounter face-to-face the consequences of common gossip, while Na Zábradlí Theatre will familiarise you in a unique manner with the lives of Voskovec and Werich and in Na Fidlovačce Theatre you can be amused and entertained by generational gaps, which may remind you of some part of your own life.

Gossip in La Fabrika

La Fabrika offers a luxurious and dramatic dance performance entitled Gossip, which was created under the direction of choreographer Lenka Vagnerová. Rumours and gossip are as ancient as humanity itself, and sometimes they can hurt more than does a sharpened blade. The perfect dance performance with acting interludes will provide a great show together with an interesting topic that will not leave you unmoved.

V + W Correspondence in Na Zábradlí Theatre

Na Zábradlí Theatre presents a play that is both a moving and luxurious experience. Although the creators of the legendary Liberated Theatre of Jiří Voskovec and Jan Werich had to break up after 1948 their lively correspondence continued to take place. This is what provided the inspiration for the great play that Na Zábradlí Theatre is currently presenting. Jiří Voskovec is played by Václav Vašák and Jan Werich by Jiří Vyorálek. This play takes place in Švandovo Theatre.

Prodej luxusního bytu 5+kk Praha 7 - Bubeneč
Prodej luxusního bytu 5+kk Praha 7 - Bubeneč, Praha 7

Familie in Na Fidlovačce Theatre

This great comedy about the relationship between two generations provides a pleasant and relaxed topic, which is punctuated with subtle humour. It is a play by the contemporary American playwright Joe DiPietro, which in its original version is called “Over the River and Through the Woods” and it was directed for Na Fidlovačce Theatre by Juraj Herz.

Music in Prague

As for concerts Prague offers a lot of them every month. We have selected three of these for you to be able to enjoy genuine experiences.

The Film Music of Ennio Morricone presented in the O2 Arena

On the 4th February more than 200 musicians and singers will appear on the stage of the O2 Arena together with the Italian icon of film music, who is none other than Ennio Morricone. He is visiting Prague in the course of his luxurious “60 years of Music World Tour” and he will be accompanied by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra. Ennio Morricone has long been a highly acclaimed creator of film music and he also holds an Oscar for the music for Quentin Tarantino’s film entitled “The Hateful Eight”.

The Gregorian Ensemble will conclude its Tour in Prague on Valentine’s Day

During a period of 16 years the unique Gregorian ensemble held 1,000 concerts with a programme entitled Masters of Chant. These were attended by more than 3.5 million visitors from all over the world. Currently the Gregorian ensemble represents one of the most successful music groups. Pop and rock songs that are transformed into a unique Gregorian form and are accompanied by appropriate costumes offer the audience a unique experience. The ensemble will perform at the Prague Congress Centre on the 14th February.

Paul van Dyk in SaSaZu

Late February will be an absolute delight for the lovers of electronic music. After a serious injury and rehabilitation, the trance DJ, the remixer and the record producer, Paul van Dyk, who worked with such stars as the Depeche Mode band and singer Justin Timberlake, returns to the stage. Paul van Dyk will be playing on the 25th February at the Prague SaSaZu club.

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