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Minority Languages and Language Policies in the Nordic Countries Symposium 2024

Symposium Minority Languages and Language Policies in the Nordic Countries will be held at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, April 25–26, 2024. The official language of the symposium is English, but other languages are also used during the symposium. … Read More


European Day of Languages 2023

The representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Library of Languages invites you to the sixth edition of the European Day of Languages, which will take place on 26 September 2023 at Kampus Hybernská. … Read More


Author’s Reading Month: Norway

The Central European literary festival Author’s Reading Month was founded in 2000 in Brno and has spread to other cities over time. In 2023 it will take place in Brno, Ostrava, Bratislava, Prešov and Lviv. The MAČ comprises two main … Read More


The monumental Gurre-Lieder in the State Opera

Arnold Schönberg’s Late-Romantic cantata Gurre-Lieder, based on a 14th-century Danish legend, will again be heard at the State Opera in Prague, which hosted its Czech premiere 102 years ago. A colossal apparatus of almost 250 singers and instrumentalists, including the … Read More


Swedish artists at the Prague Fringe Festival

From Monday 22nd – Friday 27th May audiences can enjoy over 130 performances of 35 productions from 13 different countries around the world! The traditional (and not so traditional) theatres and performance spaces of Prague’s Malá Strana district will once … Read More


Iceland’s Sigur Rós are returning to Prague

Iceland’s heroes Sigur Rós are coming to Prague after fourteen years. The famous melancholics and experimenters whose emotionally charged shows are spoken of in superlatives, are returning to Prague. The band will perform with Jón Þór “Jónsi” Birgisson (vocals, guitars), … Read More


Finnish band Blind Channel in Prague

Finland’s violent pop crew Blind Channel just announced their Sick & Dangerous Tour 2022 throughout Europe, including a stop in Prague. Blind Channel comments: “It’s incredible that we’re able to start preparing for a wide headline tour in Europe. We’re … Read More


Nordic artists at the Prague Fringe Festival

From Monday 26th September to Saturday 1st October, audiences can enjoy six days of international, multi award-winning, theatre in English, presented by 28 theatre companies from all over the world during the Prague Fringe Festival. Five unique and atmospheric venues … Read More


Metal festival Tones of Decay

Tones of Decay festival orchestrates music composition to the stench of rotting meat. Ugly melodies celebrating tissue decomposition will resonate in the bowels of the Meetfactory, which is located near the center of the ancient city of Prague. Nine groups … Read More


Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall in Prague

The band started out their musical adventure from scratch in 2003. Singer Marko Saaresto sold everything he had to invest in pursuing the love of his life – music. After almost twenty years later Poets of the Fall are still … Read More


Jaroslav Fragner Gallery: Sustainable Architecture Beyond the Arctic Circle

The project is in line with the long-term strategy of Jaroslav Fragner Gallery & Architectura in their search for the use of current architecture as an important factor to maintain the quality of open landscape or public space. It follows … Read More


Studio Hrdinů opens its new season with The Moonstone

Adapted from the novel written by the Icelandic writer Sjón (most famously known as the author of the lyrics for several Björk’s songs), The Moonstone is the first premiere of the 10th season at Studio Hrdinů. After the successful adaptation … Read More


Swedish metal band Sabaton in Prague

The spectacular tour of the Swedish metal bards SABATON “The Tour To End All Tours” is taking place in Prague, O2 arena this year, August 25th. Special guests will be the very popular Swedish visionaries of dark metal AVATAR with … Read More


Swedish Cirkus Cirkör at the festival Letní Letná

For nineteen years, Letní Letná has been setting the trends of contemporary circus in the Czech Republic and has become an integral part of the annual Czech and European map of cultural events. Since its very beginning, the festival has presented the crème de la crème of international contemporary circus. … Read More


Swedish punk band Misconduct in Prague

Swedish punk rock band Misconduct was formed in the small Swedish town of Kristinehamn and have over the years developed their sound into a unique form of melodic punk rock. Through endless touring, the band has managed to build up … Read More


Efterklang (DK) in Prague

Efterklang’s concerts were always something special. From the first tour accompanying their electronic-laden debut Tripper (2004) through conceptual Piramida (2012) to the so-far latest interactive ‘orchestral’ performances. Childhood friends Mads Brauer, Casper Clausen and Rasmus Stolberg released their last record, … Read More


Nils Petter Molvær Group (NOR): JAZZ OF FOUR CONTINENTS

Norwegian trumpet player, composer and producer Nils Petter Molvær takes multiple music styles—jazz, ambient, house, electronic and break beats, as well as elements from hip hop, rock and pop—and effortlessly reshapes them into unique and dramatic soundscapes of deep intensity. … Read More


An encounter with Lithuanian poet and essayist Tomas Venclova

An awarded Lithuanian poet, essayist, literary critic and translator Tomas Venclova will present his poems and talk about his rich work, written not only in Lithuanian but also in Polish, Russian and English. Apart from his own writings, he has … Read More


Swedish punk band Makthaverskan in Prague

Swedish dream punk quintet Makthaverskan is returning with a new album För Allting. 60s jangle pop meets dreamy melancholic darkgaze. The album follows a successful trilogy of records released since 2008 (I — III), when the band of five former classmates got together. … Read More


Christina Hesselholdt i Kampus Hybernská

Mød en af Danmarks største nulevende forfattere Christina Hesselholdt torsdag den 28. april klokken 19-21. Hesselholdt fortæller om sit forfatterskab med særligt fokus på exofiktion og hendes prisvindende roman Vivian, om den amerikanske gadefotograf Vivian Maier. Der er afsat tid … Read More


Bodø2024 launches a unique book project

‘Nobody has ever written a book this way’: Bodø2024 launches a unique book project   Bodø European Capital of Culture 2024 has just commissioned Scottish author Stef Penney to write a book set in Nordland, Northern Norway. But Penney won’t … Read More


Exhibition Sent to the North in Brno

You will have the opportunity to see the exhibition Send to the North in Jiří Mahen Library in Brno from March 3 until March 28. The exhibition describes until now quite unknown destinies of about 1.500 Czech men who unvoluntarily … Read More


Webinar: Roles of different stakeholders in children’s wellbeing in Finland

The Embassy of Finland in Prague warmly invites you to join a webinar on cooperation of different stakeholders supporting children’s wellbeing on Tuesday, 8 February 2022 at 1 PM (CET) (2 PM Finnish time). During the webinar, we will try … Read More


Swedish Quiz Night

Join us for a Swedish quiz night at Lya Beer Café! What to expect? A night filled with questions, insights and funny stories about Sweden. Quiz host: Calle Lundberg When? The 2nd of February at 18:30For anyone who speaks English … Read More


Performance White as Jasmine by the Danish actress Iben Nagel Rasmussen

White as Jasmine is a performance concert with and by Iben Nagel Rasmussen, legend of the Danish Odin Teatret, which under the leadership of Eugenia Barby became a worldwide theatrical legend thanks to a comprehensive approach to working with its … Read More


An online evening with Danish women crime authors

Barnet Libraries presents: An online evening with authors Heidi Amsinck & Katrine Engberg discussing their books ‘My name is Jensen’ & ‘The Butterfly House’ on Wednesday 27 October from 8pm, including a 15mins Q&A session, with a prize for the … Read More


Nordic literature at the fair Book World Prague 2021

After several postponements, Book World Prague 2021 will finally take place in September 2021. Like many times before, Scandinavian literature will be represented. The Nordic stall (S117), as a joined project of the Scandinavian embassies and the honorary consulate of … Read More


National Day 2021 – celebrate with Sweden!

On Sunday, June 6, Swedes will celebrate their National Day. Thanks to Sweden.se you can take part in it, at least virtually. The programme is packed with special guests including Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess Victoria, music and dance … Read More


A unique collaboration of Malmö Opera and Cirkus Cirkör

Circus Days and Nights, a new opera by legendary composer Philip Glass, librettists David Henry Hwang and circus director Tilde Björfors, is based on a collecion af poems by American poet Robert Lax. Co-produced by Malmö Opera and Cirkus Cirkör, the collaboration will feature a … Read More


Nordic films at Febiofest festival

The Prague International Film Festival Febiofest presents following Nordic films. Read More


European Day of Languages 2019

European Day of Languages is knocking on the door again! On 26th September 2019, come to Gallery Lucerna and try one or more of almost 30 languages during the traditional Speak Dating which offers short 5 min sessions with professional … Read More


Anna Eriksson: M

Finnish movie director Anna Eriksson will be in Prague this week for screening of her first feature film “M”! M is an experimental art movie that explores the relationship between sexuality and death. Recently, M won Best Feature Film and … Read More


Celebration party of Ethnic Groups and Boundaries

The Department of Ethnology (Charles University) invites you to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the single most important book about ethnicity Ethnic Groups and Boundaries, F. Barth (ed.), 1969, and the presentation of a publication Ethnic Groups and Boundaries Today: … Read More


Nordic films at Febiofest festival

The Prague International Film Festival Febiofest presents the Northern Lights film section, focusing on Nordic cinema. The North is on fire, and this year’s cinematic output from the five Nordic countries is right here to portray it. 10 films full … Read More


Norwegian DJ Matoma in ROXY Prague

Norwegian DJ and producer Matoma is coming back to ROXY Prague with his positive vibes of tropical house and the biggest hits of the contemporary dance music scene. Despite his yet quite brief music career, his music regularly hits top … Read More


Finnish short film Karvan verran – By The Hair

Karvan verran – By The Hair is a short documentary of an old woman and her hair. This 87-years old woman, Hilkka, has always suffered from her curly, nappy and untamed hair. She even asks via tv-screen advices from a … Read More


Copenhagen-based Luboš Soukup Quartet on their autumn tour

The modern jazz project Luboš Soukup Quartet, that came into existence in 2012 in Copenhagen, is visiting the Czech Republic once again. The band is playing six concerts in five cities. Musicians will feature both — compositions from their latest studio … Read More


Echoes – 100 Years in Finnish Design and Architecture

The exhibition celebrates the centenary year of Finland’s independence with an engaging exploration and narrative of Finnish design and architecture. Echoes presents selected, beloved classics alongside less well-known gems and fresh, new works, creating a fascinating dialogue and story for … Read More


Danish Christmas Service

A rough translating of a Danish saying is that “Christmas is the season of hearts”. It means that it’s the time of year where we come together, enjoy ourselves and “hygger”. The Danish Embassy in Prague will therefore host a … Read More


Swedish-Czech Exhibition: Post-Trauma

Henrik Ekesiöö (SE), Nongkran Panmongkol (SE/TH), Jan Stolín (CZ), Lexa Peroutka (CZ/SE) sound performance by Romano Krzych (FR/CZ) and http://rkz1.blogspot.cz/ Post-Trauma is a collective exhibition of artists from Stockholm and from Czechia.  In this context, traumas are meant to be … Read More


Výstava Nansenova nadace – nečekaná záchrana ze severu

Po předchozích výstavách o Leu Eitingerovi, holocaustu na Tišnovsku a první světové válce připravil letos Okrašlovací spolek pro Lomnici a okolí výstavu o pozapomenuté nadaci Nansenhjelpen, která pomohla najít (dočasný) azyl mnoha Židům z Rakouska a Československa. Read More