See what’s coming up on on the BCSA’s Events Calendar.

New Realisms: the Czechoslovak Scene 1918–1945

Městská knihovna Mariánské námestí 98, Praha 1, Czech Republic

The exhibition features more than 300 works of art depicting a simple yet modern lifestyle driven by technological advancements, travel, communication, and entertainment. The works in New Realisms, featuring well-known artists... Read more »

Get on the ice! Ice Hockey and Skating in Art

Kinsky Palace Staroměstské náměstí 1/3, Prague, Czech Republic

On the occasion of the 2024 Ice Hockey World Championship, Prague National Gallery presents an exhibition that opens up the theme of skating and hockey in visual art. Skating on... Read more »

Kafka: Making of an Icon

Weston Library Broad Street, Oxford, United Kingdom

Kafka: Making of an Icon marks the 100th anniversary of the author’s death, celebrating not only his achievements and creativity but also how he continues to inspire new literary, theatrical and... Read more »

Czech functionalism 1918-1938

Czech Embassy cinema 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London

A talk by Prof. Vladimír Šlapeta. Under the motto "catch up and overtake Europe" after the end of WWI, the newly created state - Czechoslovakia - began to build its... Read more »

Wihan Quartet

Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London, United Kingdom

Founded in 1985, the ensemble has ever since represented an authentic voice in its interpretations of Czech music. Of a CD containing two of the three works in this programme, The... Read more »

Talich Quartet

Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London, United Kingdom

The Czech ensemble founded in 1964 has received many awards over the decades. Of a recording including both the Janáček quartets, International Record Review wrote, ‘The current line up… rigour and technical... Read more »

Transmodernity – Slovak design exhibition

Slovak Embassy 25 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, United Kingdom

A curated selection of works from the collections of the Slovak Design Museum and selected artists, representing a cross-section of Slovak design from the past 30 years. Each piece has... Read more »

From the Homeland – opening concert

St Mary's Church Upper Streeet, London, United Kingdom

The inspiration for this year's Islington Festival of Music and Art is the Homeland, what it means, how it is celebrated. Looking through composers' relationships with their roots, how they... Read more »

“Get to know you” social evening

Bohemia House 74 West End Lane, London, United Kingdom

This is an opportunity for anyone interested in the British Czech and Slovak Association (members, supporters and friends) to meet, eat, drink, chat (maybe practise your Czech or Slovak) and... Read more »

From the Homeland – grand finale

Christ Church Highbury London, United Kingdom

The inspiration for this year’s Islington Festival of Music and Art is the Homeland, what it means, how it is celebrated. Looking through composers’ relationships with their roots, how they... Read more »



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