Czech culture goes online: 30 tips for concerts, exhibits, films, and more

This weekend settle in with a Czech symphony performance, Prague gallery tour, or cooking session from the comfort of your home

Katrina Modrá

Written by Katrina Modrá Published on 03.04.2020 16:35:44 (updated on 03.04.2020) Reading time: 4 minutes

While it’s like to be another weekend at home in Prague and the Czech Republic you can now explore some great cultural events live from the comfort of your couch or bed.

Some of the events listed here take place this weekend, others kick off next week, while many are ongoing. Most online events listed here are free for your viewing pleasure, but if you can, read our article to see how to support some of Prague’s struggling independent theater and music venues, many of them accepting donations during the quarantine restrictions.

Stroll through a Prague museum or gallery virtually

Prague City Gallery

More and more Prague museums are announcing virtual tours of their collections these are just a handful that turned up on our radar this week, though it’s worth visiting your favorite museum’s social networks for ongoing coverage:

Catch English-friendly Czech and foreign films


  • Česká filmová klasika – The YouTube channel of the National Film Archive is currently streaming a number of Czech films for free. While not all of them are English friendly, several have subtitles including Bila Nemoc, Krakatit, and Vražda ing. Čerta, and Panna a Netvor
  • Movie Barf Netflix Watch Party – On April 6, catch Under the Shadow in association with Farsi Cinema Center. See FB event for more details.
  • Boutique Kino Pritomnost – This former 1930s culture venue was on the verge of re-opening prior to the government restrictions on non-essential businesses. It’s had to postpone its launch but you can still support them by buying a ticket and attending viewing parties of one of the regular screenings.

Enjoy music streams from Czech musicians

U Stare pani Jazz Cocktail club in Prague

  • U Staré paní Jazz & Cocktail Club – Live recordings of evening concerts from the closed club U Staré paní are taking place daily at the “Don’t go out” website. Hear the top names in the Czech music perform.
  • Swing House – Daily live stream of a concert (7 pm) that is moderated in English and Czech and geared toward swing dancing communities here and around the world.
  • Rock Cafe – Prague venue Rock Cafe is hosting concerts during its closure; see here for a list of events.
  • Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra – Broadcasting regular evening performances of classical concerts from its social media.

Attend an English-friendly webinar from Prague

Photo via Facebook / Future Port Prague

  • Online Clean-Up Day – Zero-waste & sustainable packaging webinar – Bezobalu has just opened up a new store by Florenc which is unfortunately closed. But you can support the zero waste movement with this seminar in English about zero-waste principles, co-sponsored by
  • Future Port Prague – This large scale event devoted to tech education and innovation is slated to take place in September; in the meantime, it has launched a new video library of English-friendly talks from past speakers available for free online:
  •  Paralelní Polis Cryptoanarchy talks – Every Sunday at 5 pm you can enjoy the highlights of past Hackers Congress Paralelní Polis talks.

Experience live Czech and international theater

  • NT Live – Catch the best of London’s West End, typically screened at Kino Sveotozor online for free. See here for a list of showtimes and performances.
  • Cirk la Putyka – Live streams of performances from this Czech new circus troupe recently broke viewing records. The next one takes place Sunday, April 5. See here for details.
  • Amaze in Tchaiovna – Popular Prague tea room has a number of cultural events streaming at the moment (as well as an upcoming trivia night April 6 and storytelling April 8).

Make comforting Czech classic recipes

Strawberry dumplings photo via / Facebook

  • Cuketka on Seznam.TV – Homecooking guru pan Cuketka’s Seznam channel is filled with video recipes with visual instructions that are easy to follow even for non-Czech speakers. Make some Czech comfort food from rolls to soups and classic dishes and desserts, take your Czech cooking to the next level here.

Get off the couch!

  • Dance Academy Prague – Not only for existing DAP students but also the general public, including children and young people, can join masterclasses led by choreographer and founder Yemi AD. See here.
  • Free Zumba – Fitness Center Balance Club has streams of yoga, Zumba and more on their FB page.

Keep the kids entertained

  • Minor Divadlo – For kids, this beloved Prague-based theater is currently streaming a performance of Snow White (in Czech).
  • Fun with paper dolls – Czech illustrator is offering free paper doll templates for printing that feature Czech traditions such as Morana. See here.
  • Raketa magazine – download mazes and activities as well as issues of the magazine free
  • Bricks 4 Kidz – Praha – find loads of mazes and worksheets as well as Lego tips at on their Facebook feed.
  • S detmi v Praze – Dozens of online resources and printables from S Detmi v Praze magazine.

What’s your favorite online Czech place to visit for culture?

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