Most performances were hosted at the Peruchet Royal Theatre. The Czech Puppet Week also offered the puppet exhibition in the Pilsen House, which is located near the headquarters of EU institutions. The exhibition presented dozens of Czech puppets by leading puppeteers and artists. Two floors of the house provided space for marionettes from the plays of the Alfa Theatre Pilsen and big wooden puppets from the performance about Jan Žižka.
Photo: the puppet exhibition opening in the Pilsen House
The accompanying program of the Czech EU Presidency also included two exhibitions. The Prague house presented contemporary Czech young artists Anna Hulačová, Jiří Thýn, Jakub Choma, Daniel Vlček a Miroslava Večeřová & Duna. The botanical garden was the venue where artist Rudolf Samohejl prepared the exhibition about Czech orchid collector Benedikt Roezl, who lived in the 19th century.
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Photo: performance "Budulínek" by the Naive Theatre Liberec