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Night of Churches 2019 Prague

May 24 @ 3:00 pm

During this traditional event, which takes place throughout the evening, it is possible to visit churches, monasteries, cloisters, crypts, towers, organ galleries, and other usually inaccessible places. All accompanied by various events.

Prague Fringe 2019

May 24 @ 4:00 pm

Prague’s 9 day extravaganza of English-language theatre, comedy & cabaret is back for its 18th year. 242 performances of 52 hand-picked productions from all over the world perform across 8 venues in beautiful Mala Strana. Everything is in English (or non-verbal). Check out the special double-page spread for our top picks from each venue.

Christmas Tales of Terror

May 24 @ 4:45 pm

Ghosts, ghouls and Father Christmas. Inspired by the short stories Christmas Tales of Terror by Chris Priestley. Cia Tipot combine puppetry and storytelling using children's toys and baking utensils to create a captivating and eerie Christmas world.

Kotuku and the Moon Child

May 24 @ 4:45 pm

A Moon Child gets trapped on Earth - how will she find her way home? Using masks, puppetry, breath-taking original music and plenty of wonder, this is an epic adventure about loss, longing and some unlikely friendships.

Timon of Athens

May 24 @ 5:00 pm

The grandest retelling of Shakespeare's least-known play by multi award-winning Rendered Retina. 3 performers play 18 characters in a high-energy version of this hidden gem with original songs, a wooden box and a laugh a minute!

Cocoon

May 24 @ 5:00 pm

New Comedian of the Year 2017 finalist presents a show about isolation. A one-man show, obviously. A highly-anticipated debut hour of silly, cerebral stand-up on the subject of shyness from spicy boy Will Rowland. – _“Playful...intellectual.”_ (Chortle.com) – Max Turn Prize 2017 (finalist) *18+*

Going South

May 24 @ 6:00 pm

Britain is going South! In 1912 Captain Scott lost a race to the bottom of the world, and his life. But Cherry survived and is here to tell the tragic tale of heroic failure with characters, clowning and song! A new one-man show by Craig Methven.

The Story of Faust

May 24 @ 6:15 pm

Based on 16th-century material, this new musical comedy by Hans Kellerman features a puppet company struggling with the Faust tale. The Scotsman wrote 'The puppetry is… ingenious, full of personality, and colourful imagination.' **** (Edinburgh Evening News)

Last Hive

May 24 @ 6:30 pm

Matrix with Honeybees. The world through the eyes of a bee. David's on a mission, will he save the world or be radicalised on the way? Come down to the insect underworld to find out. 'Hilariously silly, enjoyable for all!' **** (Deadlinenews.co.uk)

Professional Breakup Artist

May 24 @ 6:30 pm

Come seek, find and inevitably lose, the woman of your dreams. Disaster dates, sex, and breakups are explored in the search for Ms Right (or just a good hard… ). Expect audience interaction, a multitude of sexual references and a unique use of props.

How to Make Friends in Hollywood

May 24 @ 7:00 pm

Lindsey Ordell is selfish, charming and brutal. She drinks too much, smokes too much, and indulges in an endless string of sexual conquests. Languishing in her dwindling fame, she is the perfect friend to have in Hollywood.

The Stand In

May 24 @ 7:00 pm

Performed in English with native English actors this brilliant comedy , set in 1910, tells the story of a small Czech theatre company who, having lost some company members, recruit the renowned Czech actor, Karel Infeld Prácheňský, as the _The Stand-In_ for the premiere of a new play, _Vlasta_. As Prácheňský is unable to remember his lines, the names of the other characters or indeed which play he is performing in chaos inevitably ensues. An authentic, funny translation of the…

Crizards’ Cromedy Hour

May 24 @ 7:30 pm

An offbeat double act specialising in bulletproof patter and silly set pieces. Will and Eddy (Crizards) are best friends, neighbours and in the same double act (Crizards). 'Very clever, very wry, very well performed.' (beyondthejoke.co.uk)

Inheritance

May 24 @ 7:45 pm

Using 'The Night, The Pharmacy, The Street' as a catalyst, two award-winning youth theatres come together to devise an original double-bill that explores the cyclical nature of life, from a Generation Z perspective. Is history repeating itself? Are you?

Mad Women in My Attic!

May 24 @ 7:45 pm

You are cordially invited to a madwoman's deliciously dark and dangerous cabaret! Let your deranged hostess Ms. Salvi take you on a thrilling, engaging hour of entertainment, celebrating the mad women that have inspired the most brilliant songs.

An Audience with Yasmine Day

May 24 @ 8:00 pm

_Failed 80s diva Yasmine Day boldly attempts to revive her flagging career with an extravaganza concert of 80s power ballads only slightly hampered by cheap karaoke tracks, over-ambitious costume-changes and her own grandiose sense of self._ Finalist - London Cabaret Awards. Debut character comedy by Jay Bennett. – Nominated: Best Comedy Event at _Buxton Fringe_ *18+*

#Hypocrisy

May 24 @ 8:00 pm

5- star groundbreaking Scottish poet fuses a searing script with original music. #Hypocrisy crackles with energy and wit, sees the personal become political and reminds us that we are in charge of our own humanity. Be moved, entertained, inspired.

Little Prince

May 24 @ 8:00 pm

Who has not read The Little Prince, one of the best-known stories of global modern literature? The author and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s novella, first published in 1943 and ranking among the 50 best-selling books in the world, is far more than just a fairy tale. Even though generally classified as literature for children, The Little Prince yields a parable that has become especially popular among adult readers. The simple tale juxtaposes the current world, which is driven by the…

Running To Saint Sebastian

May 24 @ 8:15 pm

A queer misfit finds himself in charge at a dilapidated church. Preparing for an Easter vigil, he talks about arrows with his name on them, why he's lighting candles for Saint Sebastian, and what salvation might feel like. Hard Times returns to Prague for its fourth Fringe.

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