Prague Meets Edinburgh: Prague Fringe Festival

Prague’s very own slice of Edinburgh is back! 

From Monday 26th September to Saturday 1st October, audiences can enjoy six days of international, multi award-winning, theatre in English, presented by 28 theatre companies from all over the world.

Five unique and atmospheric venues in Malá Strana will be full of high-quality theatre (and  more than a smattering of comedy), with tickets cheap enough that you can see more than one show per evening.

Some Prague Fringe favourites returning this year include multi award-winning writer and performer Henry Naylor, straight from a sell-out, highly acclaimed run at Edinburgh Fringe, with his new show ‘Afghanistan is Not Funny‘, a true-story based on his research trip to war-torn Afghanistan in 2002.

El Diablo of the Cards who returns with his mind-bending card trickery! Families can enjoy Jon & Ollie (two thirds of The Latebloomers who took the fringe by storm with their show Scotland! in 2018) with their brand-new show ‘Strictly Come Barking‘. 

And Fringe favourite Pip Utton is back after his sell-out run at our 2021 Autumn Fringe (Playing Maggie and Churchill)with two more one-man shows ‘Hitchcock‘ and ‘Bacon‘. 

There is also stand-up comedy from Spain, Finland and England, music from Scotland, the USA and the Czech Republic, and theatre from all over the world from Macau to Ukraine, to Northern Ireland, and so much more!

And remember, the Fringe is only 6 days long this year, from Monday 26th September – Saturday 1st October, some shows are only performing for 2 or 3 nights, and our venues are small (some only have 20-30 seats) – so get your tickets booked now – we expect to sell out!

Tickets are all priced at 220 Kč in advance (200 Kč for students and seniors aged 70+), or 250 Kč on the door (no concessions).

Check out the special Fringe Pass which gives you almost 10% discount on advance tickets – and you’ll only pay one GoOut ticket agent service fee instead of five. Full details here.

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