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Die Zauberflöte

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The Estates Theatre
For the whole family
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Dear spectators,

The National Theatre operates at full capacity and all purchased tickets remain valid. However, it is obligatory to wear a face mask or other similar protection of the nose and mouth inside the theatre.

Spectators entrance, stay in the theatre and the subsequent exit is organized by the theatre staff in a special mode so that the visitors of the individual sectors are separated from each other and do not have to meet even in the areas of refreshments, restrooms or cloak rooms.

Thank you for respecting the government regulations and we look forward to seeing you.

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  • January 2021
  • February 2021
    October 2020

    Thursday 22. 10.

    Tickets available

    Sunday 25. 10.

    Tickets available

    Saturday 31. 10.

    Tickets available

    November 2020

    Sunday 8. 11.

    Tickets available

    December 2020

    Sunday 6. 12.

    Tickets available

    Sunday 20. 12.

    Tickets available

    January 2021

    Monday 4. 1.

    Tickets available

    Sunday 31. 1.

    Tickets available

    February 2021

    Thursday 4. 2.

    Tickets available

    Wednesday 10. 2.

    Tickets available

    Friday 26. 2.

    Tickets available

    Basic information


    The Estates Theatre

    Approximate running time

    2 hours 45 minutes, 1 intermission 20 minutes


    In German, subtitles in Czech, English


    February 5, 2015

    The renowned Czech director Vladimír Morávek is a spellbinding spectacle providing a remarkable artistic experience.

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final stage piece was intended for the common people visiting the Theater an der Wien, where it was premiered on 30 September 1791. The creators drew upon the tradition of the old Viennese magic opera, one of the types of singspiel, a popular genre combining sung and spoken passages in which alongside human characters appeared various supernatural beings and animals and stage machinery effects were employed.


    • 2020-2021


    Musical preparation
    Jaroslav Kyzlink
    Stage director
    Vladimír Morávek
    Chorus master
    Jan Bubák
    Motion cooperation
    Leona Qaša Kvasnicová
    Beno Blachut


    The National Theatre Chorus and Orchestra
    Long Vehicle Circus

    Die Zauberflöte has become the best-known example of this genre not only owing to the fairy-tale story in which by means of a magic flute and his comical companion, Papageno, Prince Tamino seeks the way to Princess Pamina, daughter of the Queen of the Night, but also thanks to the references to Masonic symbolism and, naturally, Mozart’s engrossing music. A year after its premiere in Vienna, the singspiel was presented in Prague at today’s Estates Theatre on 25 October 1792.

    Practical information

    Where to buy tickets

    When purchasing online, we will send you an E-ticket by e-mail. You can pick up printed tickets in person at any of our box offices.

    What to wear?

    By their appearance, attire and behaviour, the audience is obliged to adhere to the accustomed practice expected from them when attending a theatre performance.

    Buffets at the Estates Theater

    No waiting. For your benefit, please pre-order your food and beverages at the bar to minimize waiting in the queue!


    Parking at the Estates Theatre

    Unfortunately, there is no parking near The Estates Theater. You can use the guarded parking lot in the Kotva shopping center (Revoluční 1/655, Prague 1) and Paladium (Na Poříčí 1079 / 3a, Prague 1).

    Our e-shop

    Die Zauberflöte Programme (ENG)

    A booklet for the production of Die Zauberflöte

    70 Kč