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Festival Pass

This year’s edition of the Prague Crossroads international theatre festival, dedicated to Václav Havel’s political and literary legacy, will too host renowned foreign artists. Visit the extraordinary event, with its programme encompassing progressive drama and crossover projects. You can also look forward to debates with the creators, lectures and discussions, and, most significantly, remarkable productions to be performed at the New Stage.

Would you like to see as much as possible at a reasonable price? If so, opt for the Maxi or Mini Festival Pass, and save up to 50%!

Maxi Festival Pass

  • A package of 5 performances for CZK 790
  • You will save 50%.
  • In the case of the productions Cuckoo, If a Window Would Open and Las ideas you can choose one of two offered performance dates.
  • The Pass is transferrable.
29/9 Gavrilo Princip (NL) 8 p.m. the New Stage
29/9 or 30/9 Cuckoo (KOR) 8 p.m. the New Stage – B Building
1/10 Sons of Sissy (AUT) 8 p.m. the New Stage
2/10 or 3/10 If a Window Would Open (PRT) 8 p.m. the New Stage
3/10 or 4/10 Las ideas (ARG) 8 p.m. the New Stage – B Building

Price of the package: 790 CZK

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MINI FESTIVAL PASS

  • A package of 3 performances for CZK 690
  • You will save 35%.
  • In the case of the production If a Window Would Open you can choose one of two offered performance dates.
  • The Pass is transferrable.
29/9 Gavrilo Princip (NL) 8 p.m. the New Stage
1/10 Sons of Sissy (AUT) 8 p.m. the New Stage
2/10 or 3/10 If a Window Would Open (PRT) 8 p.m. the New Stage

Price of the package: 690 CZK

BUY MINI FESTIVAL PASS

You can also buy tickets for these performances individually, yet by doing so you would miss out on the discounts of 35% and 50% you would have with the festival passes.

In addition to the performances encompassed in the Maxi and Mini Festival Passes, you can also look forward to other titles – Crazy But True, My Country; a Work in Progress and the highlight of the festival, the exclusive show Brodsky/Baryshnikov, featuring the phenomenal artist Mikhail Baryshnikov.