Monthly Archives: March 2010

Easter in Prague 2010 Celebrate Spring! looks at Easter traditions & this year’s events… Easter traditionally heralds the start of spring, or at least the yearning for spring. After this long cold winter, an early Easter is probably quite welcome for many. Read on to learn a bit about the history and traditions of Easter in the… Read more »

English-Language Theater in Prague From the story unfolding live in front of you, to the raw emotion of the actors exposing the immediate reaction of the audience around you; from Broadway to Shakespeare, there’s nothing quite like the theatre. The Czech Republic has a strong theater tradition and Prague alone boasts hundreds of venues showing productions every night… Read more »

St. Patrick’s Day in Prague 2010 Where to go to celebrate this year If it’s true that on St. Patrick’s Day everyone is Irish then Prague has truly embraced its mutual heritage. Most statistics have the Irish consuming the second largest amount of beer per capita, after the Czechs. With a shared Celtic history, a love of pubs, beer and… Read more »

Dvorak Sec The Prague contemporary art gallery celebrates its first birthday A friendly introduction to contemporary art is one way to describe Dvorak sec; an Old Town art gallery who turns one year old this month. “Contemporary art is still growing here, people are still focused on the classics,” said Jessica Martinaitis, the gallery’s art consultant…. Read more »