Peter Lipa – Sobota 25 Maj 2019

http://pishter.com/cs-party229-venue-with-peter-lipa-band/

Rendezvous in Bratislava cabaret at South Street Arts Reading on 30 Jan 2019

MIRIAM AND HER GRANDDAD ARE MAKING A CABARET TOGETHER.

THEY’RE THE PERFECT DOUBLE ACT: HE’S GOT THE STORIES, SHE LOVES TELLING THEM, AND THEY BOTH HAVE A FLAIR FOR THE THEATRICAL.

THE ONLY PROBLEM IS THEY’VE NEVER MET.

(HE’S BEEN DEAD FOR 37 YEARS.)

Trailer:

30 Jan South Street Arts, Reading

INFO & TICKETS: https://www.readingarts.com/south-street/whats-on/rendezvous-bratislava

BCSA garden party June 9 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

BSCA summer social will be held in the gardens of the Czech and Slovak Embassies. All are welcome – not just BCSA members. Bring your friends, bring your family! Enjoy an afternoon relaxing among Slovak, Czech and British people.
As always, there will be barbecued spekacky (sausages), a continental buffet from the Czech and Slovak National House plus cakes and desserts and a cash bar serving Czech beer and wine.
Live entertainment from Pieter Magusin playing his accordion and popular folk songs from Daniel Dobias with his band and singers.
There will be a secondhand bookstall offering books in Czech, Slovak and English plus Jantar Publishing will showcase their English translations of works written in Central European languages.
And don’t forget our raffle with attractive prizes for children and adults; donations are welcome, including homemade cakes.
Entrance from the Czech Embassy in Notting Hill Gate. Dress code is smart casual.
Admission by pre-paid ticket only: £12.50 (BCSA members) £16 (non-members) £10 (full-time students) £30 (family – 2 adults, 2 children).
Book online with Eventbrite (see link below)

Please use below booking link to reserve your place.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bcsa-garden-party-tickets-44708265626 

Ruzena Holub

BCSA Vice-chairman/membership

email: bcsa@bcsa.co.uk

mobile: 07710 289 410

SEDEM BEZ ZÁRUKY V LONDÝNE – 18 Marec 2018

http://pishter.com/7edem-bez-zaruky/

DATE: 18.03.2018
TIME: 5pm
VENUE: 229 Venue, 229 Great Portland St, London W1W 5PN

Populárna talk show sa vracia do Londýna. Štvorica glosátorov a hudobný hosť, ktorý má tak isto možnosť povedať si svoje. Dve ženy a dvaja muži komentujú všetko, čo život prináša, prípadne, čo by priniesť mohol. K tomu zopár piesní v podaní hudobného hosťa.
Účinkujú:
Elena Vacvalová, Milan Lasica, Oľga Feldeková, Marián Leško, hudobný hosť
Námet:
Elena Vacvalová
Scenár:
Marián Leško a účinkujúci

Brána: 4:30pm
Predstavenie: 5pm

Vstup len pre osoby staršie ako 18 rokov s platným dokladom totožnosti!

Morena – 15 Vyrocie

CS PARTY @ 229 VENUE with IMT SMILE

http://pishter.com/cs-party-229-venue-with-imt-smile/

ANTHROPOID | Official HD Trailer

IN CINEMAS NOW !

stills in time Claudio Ahlers | Photography

Claudio Ahlers, a photographer based in Bristol is currently looking for participants who live in mixed British / European households for a photography project entitled Still | Together.

This project is a photographic response to the recent European Union In/Out referendum. If you would like to take a part in this project, please go to: http://stills-in-time.co.uk/projects/

Still | Together

a photographic portrait of shared lives in Britain after the EU referendum vote

As a European who has lived in this country for 23 years and who counts many British and European women and men as friends, I treasure the intimacy of the friendships with all of the people I have got to know here over the years. Britain is home to all of us who live here, regardless of where we were born, regardless of our heritage and regardless of all of the questions that have now been raised about who should and who shouldn’t live here, since the majority of voters has voted for the UK to leave the European Union. For me it is the people I share my life with more than anything else that give me a sense of belonging. I treasure our diversity, our differences enrich me and all that we have in common treasures me and keeps me safe.

And so for this photography project I am now looking for mixed British / European households – be it couples, families or people living in shared homes. I would like to photograph the people in these mixed households in their homes sharing spaces, communal tasks, daily ritual, intimate moments of friendship or of love.

In order to make everyone indistinguishable in terms of their heritage as judged by their public appearance, and so I can show each person connected to everyone else by their fundamental humanity, I intend to photograph everyone going about these activities in the nude.

I very much appreciate that every individual has very different levels of comfort in terms of being photographed without their clothes on. Therefore positioning and photographic composition will be used to guarantee everyone involved the level of modesty that they feel comfortable with.

Once completed I will approach online and print publications to show the series and I would hope that those who decide they would like to take part would be happy for the photographs to be seen in public. I will also collect brief testimonies from very person who is involved.

If you would like to take part in this project please contact me via e-mail.

I am very happy to answer any questions you might have.

In the end I hope the resulting photographs will reflect our shared humanity, our readiness to engage with each other and the strength of our friendships and the connections we make as people in Britain today.

CeskoSlovenske Zabijackove Hody – Sobota 27 Februar od 12.00 hod.

LINK to tickets bookings: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/115034

INVITATION TO FREE LECTURE ON CZECH NOVELISTS

MONDAY 30TH NOVEMBER AT 7.30PM and will be followed by a Q&A.

at Winchester Discovery Centre:
Jewry Street
Winchester
SO23 8SB
Box Office 01962 873603

Free entry, no need to book

The talk will be given by Dr Richard Stillman, Head of English at Winchester College,

‘THE NOVEL AS PROTEST: CZECH NOVELISTS POST-1968’.

Dr Stillman looks at how Czech writers used the novel as a form of protest against Russian repression post-1968.
Taking specific reference to Kundera, Klíma and Škvorecký, he will be outlining the political and formal ways in which literature provided an outlet for the Czech opposition.

We are looking for a sponsor to help cover the cost of running events (hall hire, speaker expenses etc. - the circle representatives will continue to work a voluntary basis). In exchange for this, our sponsor will be featured in our newsletters and on our website. Find out more...