The Black Light Theatre of Prague is full of dance and colors.
Get absorbed by the special light effects performance! Visit the Black Light Theatre of Prague just a 5 minute walk from the Via Musica shop in the centre of Prague on the Old Town Square. You will enjoy all the classic elements and effects of black light theatre. Thanks to its poetry, exaggeration and humor the performance is fun and understandable for people of all generations.
If you want to know more about Prague black light theatre, go to our "What is Black Light Theatre?" article. The Black Light Theatre of Prague is located in a 17th century building, a former monastery of the Carmelites of St. Gallus order. When the monastery was abolished in 1786 the building was used by a lace manufacturer followed by a number of shops. In 1930s the building was reconstructed and the hall was changed into a classy café. Under communism the House of Soviet Science and Culture was based there and the auditorium was adapted for lectures and concerts. In 1993 the Black Light Theatre of Prague was founded allowing visitors to enjoy Prague black light theatre performances in the foyer with original 18th century stucco details and ceiling frescos featuring Biblical themes such as the Last Supper, Jacob’s dream and Christ in Emmaus.
* Walking distance from Prague Ticket Office - Via Musica shop on Old Town Square:
* Accessibility by Prague public transport:
metro A (green line) or B (yellow line) - Mustek stop
* Nearest car parking:
Millenium Plaza, V Celnici 10, Parking Kotva or Palladium on Namesti Republiky