You are welcomed to attend unique Marionette performance Don Giovanni in National Marionette Theatre
Description of the performance:
Come to experience unique Mozart´s performance - combination of music composed by the artist specially for Prague - "opera of operas" - Don Giovanni, which premiered at the Estates (Stavovský) Theatre in the year 1787 being personally conducted by the author together with typical historical marionettes. National Marionette Theatre presents this exceptional opera in a unique version of the classic puppet theater, in the stylish costumes and stage performance marionettes. This production celebrates Mozart's time and environment in the form of authentic eighteenth century. Performance is executed in one of Prague's spectacular art deco spaces and is staged in the original Italian language.
|Adults||590 CZK||Free seating|
|Students||490 CZK||Free seating|
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For the discounted student tickets you need to show your valid student card - concerns the students up to the age of 26 years.
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- BellPrague Private Grand Tour (see our Tours in Prague section)
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- BellPrague Art Nouveau Tour (ask for info)
- BellPrague Old Town Tour (ask for info)
Buy the tickets for the theatre or concert and the tour and get 5 % discount from the price of the tour.
The address of the performance:
National Marionette Theatre
How to get there:
The National Marionette Theatre is situated on the right bank of the river Vltava, in Žatecká Street. From metro A or tram 17 Staroměstská stop you follow Kaprova Street, then turn the second street to the right. The theatre you find on your right.
If you make your way from the Old Town Square, following Kaprova Street, then Žatecká will be first turn on your left.
BellPrague recommends you this marionette theatre performance