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On September 3rd, the Palác Akropolis reopened its doors after undergoing an exciting renovation. The Palác Akropolis has been a space for cultural events since the 1920s, but now it balances its historical beauty with modern luxury in a new interior designed by Františka Skály. Blending the old with the new, the team at Palác Akropolis has created a jazz bar along with refurbishing the small stages and updating the café. The new jazz bar is a thrilling addition to the interior. It connects directly to the main stage theatre, allowing for easy access to refreshments during a performance. Additionally, it boasts its own small stage and DJ booth under blue neon lights that are surprisingly befitting for the eclecticRead more.

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Press release provided by: 2media.cz Golden Sixties Or Diaries Of Pavel J. (Zlatá Šedesátá Aneb Deník Pavla J.) will be performed at Na zábradlí Theatre on Tuesday 15th, September, at 7pm. The play will also be repeated on Monday 26th, October and Wednesday 25th, November. The duration of the play is 85 minutes excluding the intervals, and performances on September 15th and November 25th will be English-friendly. Annotation: Pavel Juráček, a director, screenwriter, signatory to Charta 77 was a key figure of Czech film in the sixties. The diary notes capture the rise and fall of a talented artist in the conflict with the social and cultural circumstances as well as with his own bohemian personality. The diary offers notRead more.

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            Prague is known for its fascinating history, amusing traditions, and unique culture. To fully enjoy and indulge in it, we offer you to discover theatre plays with us! The most acclaimed theatre performances are held at Národní Divadlo, one of the main theatres of the Czech Republic. There, you can find anything from drama performances and operas to musicals. Today, we are going to focus on Czech classical plays, most of which are operas, to gain a better understanding of Czech culture. One of the most famous operas, which you definitely cannot miss, is The Jacobin by A. Dvořák. Dvořák was a Czech composer who successfully gained recognition all over the world by merging folk and traditional music ofRead more.