Golden Prague 2020 + Safety Precautions
We are pleased to inform you that despite the pandemic restrictions the 57th Golden Prague Festival will be held as planned from 23 - 26 Sept 2020.
Golden Prague Festival © Czech Television
For the 6th time in its history, Golden prague ITF will take place at the New Stage of the National Theatre.
Television audiences + festival goers can look forward to a host of well-known names as well as original and, moreover, the newest television productions about dance, music and theatre from around the world exclusively here, under one roof.
Filmgoers can use the festival website to register for all film evenings free of charge.
Exactly one hundred music, dance and theatre films from around the world will be competing against one another and, as is the case every year, shown to festivalgoers free of charge. They will be able to see truly the best television productions created in the last year either via video boxes installed at the venue or on their own devices via local wi-fi.
Partner festival evenings include the ballet performance La fille mal gardée and Verdi’s opera Nabucco at the State Opera.
The organisation and operation of Golden Prague on location will take into account the current hygiene and safety measures associated with COVID-19. You may find current measures valid for the entire Czech Republic here.
Please bear in mind the safety precautions taken to ensure the greatest possible safety and lowest possible risk of infection for the festival participants at: https://zlatapraha.ceskatelevize.cz/en/preliminary-safety-precautions-57th-golden-prague-festival-2020.
We kindly invite you to register at our website. The deadline for personal registrations is September 4, 2020. Please register if you plan to come to Prague so we are able to estimate the number of participants. It will help us with the logistics and organisation of the festival events.
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