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The ROYAL Theatre presents an original one man comedy show starring Tomas Vanek, an outstanding musical actor 100 % IN ENGLISH ( Basic English, very easy to understand ) In this unique and interactive show, Tomas Vanek will teach you how to eat...more
The technique used is interesting and at the end of the performance there is an explanation and demonstration of how the Black Light Theater works. However the performance is suited for children of all ages, not for well traveled adults.
Aspects of Alice is a great show, full of colours, interresting theatrical music and touching story from Lewis Carroll.
Techniques are breathtaking and people can take a part at the end of the show. And it is a nonverbal show with a workshop in English...More
Centrally located, this unique vintage theater offers an extraordinary experience with its "Aspects of Alice'. The show is fundamentally constructed to take the audience into the new dimension and world of darkness. Playful objects and characters are moving in the most magic and captivating way...More
If the performance had ended at the intermission, I would be writing that the show was beautiful and lyrical but way too short. The beauty came from the focus on traditional blacklight theatre. After the intermission the content and mood changed, with an Adam and...More
Introduction:we had the warmest, most friendly welcoming. The person responsible at the door was friendly, helpful and made us feel at home!
Main body:excellent performance, ideal music, perfect atmosphere!!
Epilogue:surpising end with the actors showing us the techniques. I volunteered to go on stage and...More
I saw Aspects of Alice and it is a great show full of colourful images, awsome tricks and very touchy music. At the end actors reveal all the tricks they use and invite people on stage and they can try it for themselves. By my...More
Saw Aspects of Alice last night. Lots of theater tricks kids will love. A scene or 2 may be unsuitable for young children, though not too bad. The best part of this show is the cast and crew which are outstandingly hospitable. Such a welcoming...More
At the crossroad of Meliès, Burton and Caroll among others, this show is simply, phantasmagoric, curious, intriguing, magical, and so many other adjectives that can be summarized in fabulous. You shouldn’t miss it if you are in Prague!
Me and my feyonce had a great time in this theatre while visiting Prague last week. The show we saw was Aspects of Alice and it was truly fantastic. It had dream-like atmosphere with lot of colours and techniques that makes the things on stage...More
I saw Aspects of Alice and loved it, it was just marvelous. Not even it is colourful and artistic experience, but they show you all the tricks at the end which are ingenious! Overall atmosphere is warm and welcoming. I am giving five stars...More
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
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About45minutes,a break, and about45 more.
We were in a group of tourists because we bought same day tickets and they talked throughout the show. I was embarrassed and upset. Just glad they didn’t speak English
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Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre (2 Replies)
Hi going to PRAGUE in November for a few nights (1-3), thinking of trying the TA FANTASTIKA Black Light Theatre, anyone know is it good worth the money or just a rip off. If it is good where is best to buy tickets. Any other suggestions of what is good to do - see at night 1-3 November would be appreciated, any good shows (in English) or music, opera etc what to book and where to book it would be appreciated. Thanks John
September 29, 2006|
Hi John Forget the black light theatre it's a rubbishy tourist trap, instead do look at the opera, google ticket portal cz and using their calender to check out what's on at the National or Estates's theatres and book yourself tickets. I enjoyed the puppet opera too, but it is rubbish, it made me laugh it was so bad. The best tourist night we had was at U Kalicha, lots of food and drink with traditional live czech music played on the tuba and the accordian. You have to book in advance,...More