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Culture, Education and the Czech-British organisations

The Czech Embassy team is committed to promoting the very best of the Czech culture in the UK. Our mission is to attract the interest of the British public not only to the contemporary Czech culture but also to its history and traditions. Therefore we organize cultural and social events, concerts of both classical and contemporary music, lectures, author readings, and film projections. The Czech Centre in London is our most important partner in promoting the Czech civilisation in the UK.

Major part of our mission in education is encouraging relations among Czech and British universities and other types of schools. Special attention is paid to the promotion of the Czech language, literature and history at British universities (please see Czech Studies). We also provide British students with information about the possibilities of the Czech courses in the Czech Republic, such as Summer School of Slavonic Studies.

The Czech Embassy is in daily contact with the Czech organisations in the UK as well as with the British organisations focusing on the Czech Republic. We are happy to be helpful with organising some of their activities, often at our Embassy in London.

Links to some of the expatriates organisations in the United Kingdom:

 

Cultural institutions in the Czech Republic:

 

Czech Centre in London presents: Festival MADE IN PRAGUE 2020 ON/OFF

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"The Made in Prague On/Off Festival presents for its 24th edition a hybrid festival moving between an online and offline presence, delivering both virtual and physical events and bringing Czech films, visual arts, music and debates to the UK… more ►

Introducing the new Exhibition by Krištof Kintera in Birmingham - "The End of Fun!"

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An exhibition by the Czech artist Krištof Kintera entitled "The End of Fun!" will open tomorrow in the significant Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. Internationally acclaimed for his sculptural, often kinetic works imbued with a characteristic energy… more ►

Honouring the Czech Poet Ivan Blatný in Ipswich

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The town of Ipswich recently named one of its new streets after the Czech poet Ivan Blatný. The new street “Ivan Blatný Close” is located in the area of ​​the former psychiatric hospital, where Blatný was treated for many years and… more ►

Invitation to an Exhibition – Kings of the Sun in the National Museum

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An exceptional international exhibition that documents the greatest archaeological discoveries of Czech Egyptologists connected with the research of the Egyptian Abusir takes place from 1st September 2020 until 7th February 2021 in the National… more ►

New Year´s concert by Trio Incendio

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On Friday 17th January we welcomed Trio Incendio (https://www.trioincendio.com/) for a New Year´s concert at our Embassy. The concert started with a welcoming speech by Ambassador Libor Sečka, who introduced the young artists, Karolína… more ►