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Prague: Evening Czech Cabaret Show at the Hybernia Theater

1. Prague: Evening Czech Cabaret Show at the Hybernia Theater

Be enchanted by the magic of the Czech Cabaret Show with this ticket. Step back in time at the Hybernia Theater in Prague, as you enjoy a breathtaking feature performance which combines elements of cabaret, theater, vaudeville, and traditional circus. Listen to famous cabaret and musical numbers that amaze with their original workmanship, rich design and beautiful costumes. Watch as forty exceptional artists take the stage wearing thousands of rhinestones. See for yourself why for the last four years the Czech Cabaret Show has reigned over the Czech artistic scene. Find out why thousands of satisfied visitors are going to see this show again and again. Admire bewitching dancers dressed in shining rhinestones and feathers, fearless acrobats, and stars of neo circus. The singing, burlesque, comedy, fire, and lightshow seamlessly mix a glamorous and an old-Hollywood atmosphere. Take a date to a show that transports you to Parisian cabarets, seductive jazz clubs, to the stage of Broadway theaters, inside circus tents, and into a fairytale world. Every show is original as it collaborates with the best European artists. Each time you go you can find something special and new. Put on your best clothes and spend a night at the theater. Purchase a glass of champagne at the onsite bar and let yourself be taken by the créme de la créme of all shows you can visit in Prague.

Prague: Vivaldianno The Show in Theatre Hybernia

2. Prague: Vivaldianno The Show in Theatre Hybernia

Vivaldianno The Show is a visually newly adapted version of Michal Dvořak's, a famous Czech producer, musician, artist and composer, world phenomenon Vivaldianno prepared specially for Theatre Hybernia. The show tells a story about Vivaldi's life and his music. It combines 3D effects, modern choreography by Dekkadancers, a dance group including most talented dancers with numerous rewards, and interactive projections, filled in with a live orchestra and Czech soloists, including Jiri Vodicka, a violin virtuoso and concertmaster of the Czech Philharmonic, multi-genre cellist Terezie Kovalova and violinist Martina Bacova. The authors of the 3D projections and visuals are Czech animators from Incognito studio. They reflect the beauty of the Baroque era, Venice and visualize the music. The show then leaves the room for the viewer ‘s imagination. The new version, subtitled The Show, surpasses the visual style of previous projects City of Mirrors and Reloaded. The spectacular multimedia show has shone in thirty world capitals and gained more than 150,000 enthusiastic audiences so far. A performance with art-rock elements sensitively blended with baroque music will appeal to both family audiences as well as fans of classical music of all generations. The English version features Hollywood star and 007 agent Pierce Brosnan as the narrator. The building of the theater has a deep history connected to the music era of Antonio Vivaldi. It was built a few years before Vivaldi was born.

Singin' in the Rain Musical in Hybernia Theatre

3. Singin' in the Rain Musical in Hybernia Theatre

The story is set in 1927, when a silent film star couple, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont, are faced with the challenge of starting to talk in films. For Don, this is no complication, unlike Lina, whose voice is ridiculously squeaky. It already looks like the shooting of the new film is going to be a fiasco. But there’s also Don’s good friend Cosmo Brown, a pianist and composer, who comes up with an idea… And that’s when the young and beautiful aspiring actress Kathy Selden shows up. She charms Don (there would be no musical without love…) and eventually the two friends come up with the idea that she could dub Lina. Come to the Hybernia Theatre to see how everything will turn out! You can look forward to numerous beautiful music, funny lyrics, crazy situations, but also interesting dance choreography and tap dancing. „I’m singin’ in the rain. Just singin’ in the rain. What a glorious feeling! I’m happy again….”, once wrote Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, and the song from the musical Singin’ in the Rain became popular. However, at that time we knew only the film version of the romantic musical comedy from 1952. The stage version of Singin’ in the Rain did not appear until 1985. It first opened at Broadway’s Gershwin Theater, and had a total of 367 sold-out performances. Later, the musical was performed on stages all over the world. So far in Czechia, the Singin’ in the Rain musical has been presented ten times. It had its Czech premiere at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre (Jiří Myron Theatre) in Ostrava in 1999 and was most recently performed by the South Bohemian Theatre Opera in České Budějovice in 2015. Among the most successful was the Liberec version directed by Oldřich Kříž. With the musical stars of the first quality, it was performed until 2015. A variation of this production came to Prague’s Hybernia Theatre in the beginning of 2023. And there is definitely a lot of things to look forward to! V.I.P tickets include a backstage tour, which also features a tour of the terrace with a beautiful view of Prague. Please note that seats in the 1st row have a small space for legs. If you for any reason need more space, we kindly ask that you choose another row to sit in. Thank you for your understanding.

Czech Traditional Christmas Carols Concert

4. Czech Traditional Christmas Carols Concert

What would Christmas be without the Czech Christmas Mass by Jakub Jan Ryba? In the run-up to Christmas, the Hybernia Theatre will be transformed into a church and, at least for a while, it will return to its original early Baroque appearance. This traditional Christmas carols concert is a necessity for Czech people, who go to listen to these carols to churches, concert halls and other venues every year. Except of beautiful Christmas music, the visitors can also watch the story of a family preparing for the Christmas Eve. Directed by Petr Svojtka, significant Czech opera singers Daniel Hůlka, Daniel Klánský and Michal Bragagnolo will sing under the baton of Lukáš Klánský. The performance was created in cooperation with the Třebechovice Museum of Nativity Scenes and uses its unique projections. The performance is suitable for the whole family. We have prepared the following family packages: Family entrance – 1.799 CZK (2 adults, 2 children) – price category III. (Row 3 – 9) Family entrance – 1.399 CZK (2 adults, 2 children) – price category III. (Row 12 – 19) Family entrance – 1.299 CZK (2 adults, 2 children) – price category IV. (Row 20 – 24) The offer is valid for two adults accompanying two children under 12 years of age. Please, book the tickets via the sales departmenton the following email: V.I.P tickets include a backstage tour, which also features a tour of the terrace with a beautiful view of Prague.

Prague Old Town self-guided walking tour & scavenger hunt

5. Prague Old Town self-guided walking tour & scavenger hunt

The Prague Old Town Tourist Scavenger Hunt is a 3.5 km / 2.2 mi self-guided walking tour of the historic center of the city. It should take you 3 hours to complete. - See the sights! - Learn some local history - Challenge your knowledge - Fun for all ages, kids included - Walk at your own pace: 3.5 km / 2.2 mi - Take as little, or as much time as you wish to complete your hunt Buy 1 scavenger hunt for your party of 1 to 6 people.

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