Do you have some foreign visitors or English-speaking friends coming to Prague?
For English-speaking theatregoers, the National Theatre has prepared a special offer. Some of the performances are provided with English subtitles.
William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
A magical play replete with motifs, entanglements and mysteries, which true theatregoers must see at least once in their lifetime.
The National Theatre: 4. 12., 16. 1., 10. 2.
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Is it possible to fall in love against one’s will?
The National Theatre: 2. 11., 11. 1.
Alois Mrštík, Vilém Mrštík: Marysha
Marysha kills Vávra with a poison poured into his coffee.
The National Theatre: 5. 11., 3. 12., 8. 1., 5. 2.
Ladislav Fuks: The Cremator
A horror story from a crematorium and beyond…
The Estates Theatre: 12. 11., 14. 12., 7. 1., 11. 2.
Rebecca Lenkiewiczová: The Night Season
A bitter comedy from the part of Great Britain that is so dangerously similar to our home …
The Estates Theatre: 26. 11., 23. 1.
Jiří Adámek: New Atlantis
The current tumultuous era urges many to fantasise about a better world order.
The New Stage: 22. 10., 18. 11., 28. 1.
Moira Buffini: Welcome to Thebes
A contemporary play treating contemporary topics, yet featuring Ancient Greek figures.
The Estates Theatre: 13. 11., 5. 12., 4. 2.
Stefan Zweig: Beware of Pity
“Everything started with inaptness, an entirely fortuitous blunder ...”
The Estates Theatre: 6. 12., 6. 2.
Rudolf Medek, Jiří Havelka, Marta Ljubková: Colonel Švec
A historical episode in 1918 served as the subject for a play that a decade later became a hit at the National Theatre.
The New Stage: 7. 12.
Federico García Lorca: Blood Wedding
Love, hatred, life, death. The classic equation with two unknowns.
The Estates Theatre: 16. 2.