Prague Fringe is a little sister of the world-known Edinburgh festival. This year it celebrates its 16th anniversary, bringing a great mixture of theater, music, and dance to the Czech audience. Since 2001 the Prague Fringe Festival offers an opportunity for Czech and international audiences to see
Since 2001 the Prague Fringe Festival offers an opportunity for Czech and international audiences to see English-speaking performances directly in the historic center of the city.
Taking place annually in May, the nine-day performance festival showcasing the work of hundreds of artists from all over the globe in a variety of traditional, and some not-so-traditional(!), venues in the historical center.
This year, the Fringe is tackling some thought-provoking adult issues with many shows in the hand-selected program focussing on the turbulent political landscape and social issues of recent years. Protest, Hess, Domestic, Age of Consequence, Angel, Bang, No More Miss America and two shows by British comedian Sajeela Kershi: Immigrant Diaries and Paradise Beneath Her Feet, all exploring different political aspects of contemporary society.
Venues: A Studio Rubín, Malostranská beseda, Golden Key, Divadlo Inspirace, Café Club Míšeňská, Divadlo Kampa, Café bar 3 + 1, La Loca Music Bar & Lounge