Prague City Gallery (GHMP) warmly invites you to the second edition of their sales fair with a focus on art literature Art Book Fair 2022. During two days, it will…More
On Palm Sunday 14th April from 1 to 5 p.m., the Prague 4 City District together with the House of National Minorities in Prague organise their third Easter with Prague 4 programme at the Novodvorská Cultural Centre. This time, the programme mainly consists of folklore and theatre performances of children and young people.
You may look forward to the folklore performance of Radost, a Serbian dance group, Snow White played by a Russian children’s theatre ensemble Krásný Sarafán, or a national Ukrainian dance performed by the children’s Ukrainian dance group Džerelo. The programme further includes a folklore performance of a new Ukrainian cultural and educational centre Krok and a performance of the Prague vocal and instrumental group Ignis. Last but not least, there will be a series of performances of the Slovak folklore dance and music groups Limbora, Limborka, and Malá Limborka. The members of Bulgari, a Bulgarian folk dance group of the Zaedno Association, will even teach you a few dance steps. Traditionally, spiritual themes will be introduced during the programme.
Alžběta Korčáková and Jakub Štědroň will guide you through the programme.