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Tickets are available online for all events, or in person one hour before every performance at the PSC Box Office located at Divadlo Kolowrat in the Kolowratský palace, Divadlo Na Pradle or wherever the performance takes place. All performances are in English and take place at Divadlo Kolowrat unless otherwise specified. You may book tickets by credit card or cash in person at our box office one hour before performances or by using the form below. Please note all online credit card sales are final and we have a NO REFUND policy on advance ticket sales purchased through the PSC website. Visit our What’s On page for details and ticket links for individual performances.

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Venus in Fur – English version – Divadlo Kolowrat – 28 April at 19:00
Macbeth – Estates Theater – 3 May at 19:00
Venus in Fur – English version – Divadlo Kolowrat – 11 May at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 18 May at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 19 May at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 20 May at 19:00
Venus in Fur – English version – Divadlo Kolowrat – 22 May at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 23 May at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 24 May at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 4 June at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 5 June at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 12 June at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 13 June at 19:00
Man of La Mancha – Divadlo Na Pradle – 17 June at 19:00
Amadeus – Estates Theater – 30 June at 19:00

Use the form below to book tickets for our summer season of four Shakespeare events – Original pronunciation productions of Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Richard II as well as The Death of Kings.

General Admission Tickets – 350CZK
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Student, Senior, Handicapped Tickets – 200CZK
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Did You Know?

The English language owes a great debt to Shakespeare. He invented (or first recorded) over 1700 of our common words by changing nouns into verbs, changing verbs into adjectives, connecting words never before used together, adding prefixes and suffixes, and devising words wholly original. Here are just three:

Generous
Love’s Labour’s Lost – ACT V SCENE I
The posterior of the day, most generous sir, is
liable, congruent and measurable for the afternoon

Majestic
Julius Caesar – ACT I SCENE II
A man of such a feeble temper should
So get the start of the majestic world
And bear the palm alone

Olympian
King Henry VI, Part III – ACT II SCENE III
And, if we thrive, promise them such rewards
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