Husovický dvorek festival starts on Sunday

14 May 2023, 11:00
Husovický dvorek festival starts on Sunday

The Husovický dvorek festival enters its 22nd year this year. The family programme will start on Sunday with the DNO theatre with the performance The Cunning Little Vixen and an exhibition of Vendula Chalánková. The festival will close with a concert by Martin Kyšperský.

The Husovický dvorek is organized by the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Brno Husovice. During three Sunday afternoons and one Thursday evening programme, it will offer theatre, music, and visual arts. The festival programme will start with a children’s theatre and an exhibition of Vendula Chalánková’s works this Sunday, 16 April 2023, at 9 am, when it will open with a service in the church at 26 Netušilova Street in Husovice.

Program:

16 April 2023

DNO Theatre/ exhibition by Vendula Chalánková

23 April 2023

Pavel Šmíd Theatre / exhibition of the Smetanova Art School

21 May 2023

Drak`n`Roses Theatre/ exhibition of Věra Vtípilová

25 May 2023

Concert of Martin Kyšperský

Martin Kyšperský/ photo artist’s archive

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