This weekend in Prague: Visit opening day of the Old Town Square Easter market

Plus: See a play at The Fitz, or an exhibition on bohemian spirits, take part in a community swap, and much more.

Ioana Caloianu

Written by Ioana Caloianu Published on 24.03.2023 12:10:00 (updated on 27.09.2023) Reading time: 4 minutes


Bohemian spirits|The exhibition "Bohemia: History of an Idea, 1950–2000" opened at Kunsthalle Praha on March 23, where it will be on display until Oct. 16. Revolving around the idea of bohemianism, the exhibition features work in various media, with a predominance of photography, video, and painting that take viewers from "post-war Paris and New York, through swinging London, to the free spirits of Tehran and Beijing."


Czech history| "Good Old Czechs," a documentary about the role of Czech airmen fighting for Great Britain’s Royal Air Force during World War II, will be at Kino Pilotů on March 26. The film follows František Fajtl and Filip Jánský, two pilots fighting in different countries in Europe during the war, and narrates their candid inner thoughts and feelings about serving in the war.


Psychedelic rock|The Muslim Jew, The Ugly and The Drummer (also known as MJUD) performs at A Maze in Tchaiovna on March 24. The Prague-based instrumental psychedelic blues rock band, with Giora Kukui on the keyboard, Martin Alacam on electric guitar, and Luka Suto on drums, makes music that suggests a film soundtrack atmosphere and involves live improvisations.

German-Austrian music|Hailing from Germany, the psychedelic stoner garage surf rock band Rainbow Head will be at Večerní kavárna Souterrain on March 25. The show will also feature Austrian singer-songwriter Marley Wildthing, who combines various instruments, with which she creates complex layers of looped melodies, vocals, and beats, all held together by her positive energy and deep voice.

English rockers return|The Subways hit the Lucerna Music Bar stage on March 26. The English groups remain one of the most exciting live bands on the current touring circuit, thrilling crowds with their explosive rock sound and wild stage performances. They're touring in support of a new album in 2023.

Damien Rice|The Irish singer and songwriter will perform at Prague's Hybernia Theatre on March 26 (the event is sold out). His three albums "O" (2002), "9" (2006) and "My Favorite Faded Fantasy" (2014) won several platinum and gold awards, while his songs featured on the soundtrack of movies such as "Closer," "Deliverance," "Shrek," and many TV series.


Burlesque show|The Prague Burlesque Show Gangsters of Love lets you experience a unique atmosphere of last-century cabarets filled with singers and exotic dancers on March 24 at the Royal Theater. Let Sonny Vargas lead you through the world of vaudeville, while bombshell Miss Cool Cat will make you sweat tears of joy, Coca Valente set your heart on fire, and Monina plus the Ritzy Dancers fill the stage with their dance moves.

Dark comedy|The Fitz Theatre presents the English-language dark comedy They're Listening! The new play from Brian Callaghan is live on the Fitz stage on March 24 and 25. Tickets can be bought at the door, or you can book your seats through

They're listening!
They're listening!

Peek behind the curtain|The comedy Death Suits Him is at Švandovo divadlo na Smíchově on March 25 (with English subtitles). Written by playwright, theater manager, and actor Daniel Hrbek, the play paints a picture of the theatrical world from an insider's perspective, where the struggle for success is at odds with the desire for human closeness and friendships.


One day in Tokyo|On March 25 a Japanese street food event with Tokyo Bakery and SILQ Restaurant promises breakfast and get Ogura Toast Set made from Hokkaido milk bread and a chicken yakitori lunch and Takoyaki balls with octopus. There will also be Miso Ramen and Okonomiyaki. A Japanese tea pop-up store will be located inside the restaurant.

All-you-can-eat art brunch|Indulge in an unlimited brunch feast at Kunsthalle Praha on March 26. The buffet-style setup includes both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, courtesy of Chef Martin Jandík and his team, which will whip up experimental gastronomy dishes ranging from Mediterranean to Asian cuisine right before your eyes. Plus, the brunch ticket also includes entrance to the Kunsthalle Prague exhibition. 

just for fun

Easter markets|Prague's traditional Easter markets on Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, and náměstí Republiky start on March 25 and end on April 16. In addition to typical Easter and spring goods and snacks, including green beer, the markets offer workshops for children, as well as the largest hare holding an egg in the Czech Republic.


Office for rent, 96m<sup>2</sup>

Office for rent, 96m2

Kroftova, Praha 5 - Smíchov

Apartment for rent, 4+1 - 3 bedrooms, 130m<sup>2</sup>

Apartment for rent, 4+1 - 3 bedrooms, 130m2

náměstí Bratří Synků, Praha 4 - Nusle

Apartment for rent, 1+KK - Studio, 29m<sup>2</sup>

Apartment for rent, 1+KK - Studio, 29m2

Kolbenova, Praha 9 - Vysočany

Apartment for rent, 1+KK - Studio, 29m<sup>2</sup>

Apartment for rent, 1+KK - Studio, 29m2

Kolbenova, Praha 9 - Vysočany

Green thumbs|Plant experts from are organizing spring open days on March 24 and 25. These are an opportunity to stock up on garden supplies for the new season (such as flower pots, soil, fertilizer, seeds, and many other things), and use professional consultancy regarding your plants. The events include workshops for the little ones.

Creative writing workshop|Meet other aspiring writers in a creative writing workshop on March 26 at the Ouky Douky Coffee. Julia Ruth Worland and Roxane De Munck will guide participants through the workshop, which features activities to help people get creative and get to know each other better too.

New at the zoo|The new season at Prague Zoo officially opens on March 25 with musical performances, animal feedings, and the naming of the baby pangolin.


New home for unwanted items|Take things you no longer want or need to Komunitní centrum Husitská on March 26 for a swap that could make other people happy. The items that you can bring (and take away from other people) include clothes for men, women, and children, unexpired cosmetics and drugstore items, books, decorative items, small electronics, toys, and children's items, as well as household items.

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