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Artur Müller

Artur is a digital product designer and illustrator. He works closely with us to produce and organise our posters, marketing and branding materials and digital content.

Tomas Vitek

Tomas is a web and app developer from Prague, currently living in London. Tomas is responsible for PYT's web presence.

Prague Fringe Festival

A heady mix of theatre, comedy, music, dance, storytelling and good times at venues across the Malá Strana district of Prague - the annual Fringe Festival extravaganza is an experience you will never forget. Read our reviews of the Fringe on our blog at

A popular Facebook group run by Prague-based parents, bringing you useful information about bringing-up kids in Prague, from their own experience.

Silly Fish Learning

Silly Fish Learning is a creative education resource for children aged 3-12 years, dedicated to providing high quality teaching support materials and developing new theatre for young actors and young audiences.

Cimrman English Theatre

A professional English-speaking theatre company based in Prague that specialises in the performance of Cimrman plays in English. They have performed in Prague and the United States to sold-out houses.

Prague Thrift Store

A charity driven, classic, western style Thrift Shop in Prague. Offering a wide range of good quality international new and well treated secondhand clothes, accessories, furniture, home decoration, household products, books and many more other interesting items. At the lowest possible cost to the community. Accepting donations and supporting various non-profit organisations partners: homeless centre, children’s education, mothers shelter and IWAP.

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Clapperboard icon by Nareerat Jaikaew from the Noun Project.
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