VOXEL with Dulcimer Ensemble

25.10.2017 / 8 p.m.


New scene

Singer Voxel is preparing his autumn tour #PopFolklorTour within which he will be performing together with a dulcimer ensemble. The spectators will get a chance to listen to non-traditional arrangements of his songs which will take on a more folklore sound. The following afterparty will be in the spirit of folklore as well. The afterparty will take place by the stage, and the fans can already look forward to it - because where is dulcimer music, there is inevitably wine.

Salsa dance

24.10.2017 / 24.10.2017



Kuba Mazůch and Míša Gatěková would like to invite you to regular salsa dance in the cosy but spacious Cooltour Café.


19.10.2017 / 7 p.m.


Contemporary dance

The coffeemaker is on. The coffee is flowing. Kaffee! The women are sitting down. They are gossiping. Klatsch! Kaffeeklatsch. Theatre performance involving dance, acrobatics and coffee, performed by the popular trio Holektiv.

Clarinet Factory & Grunik

14.10.2017 / 8 p.m.


Quartet of amazing clarinet players mixing popular and classical music, jazz, world music, electro and crossover projects. “They are truly original, unique and awesome”, those are the words of renowned American publicist and producer Gerald Seligman. Featuring folk ensemble Grunik from Beskydy who guested on the album Meadows.


4.10.2017 / 8:30 p.m.

Théâtre de l'Entrouvert

Festival of the puppet theatre

We are living in a society where reality is drained of its meaning, space and time of their substance and the individual is cut off from his true existence. In this glossy world of superficiality, is there any room for those who do not participate in the power game: those who stumble, those who search and lose themselves? Anywhere is a voyage of discovery in the steps of Oedipus on the Road, by Henry Bauchau, a visual poem which invites the spectator to experience the different states of the element Water, the interior metamorphosis of a mythical character.


1.10.2017 / 7:30 p.m.


„I found pain in the light, and beauty in darkness.“
In this solo work Duda Paiva draws on his childhood, during which he suffered an illness that blistered his body and left him temporarily blind. His surreal path to healing involved both shamanic and western medicine. BLIND transforms this experience into a metaphor about disability, rejection and resolution. It creates an intime theatrical tapestry of dance, puppetry adaptations of Yoruba songs from a unique Afro-Brazilian subculture, and driving forces of sound and light.