About the inscenation
Directed by Petr Svojtka, significant Czech opera singers Daniel Hůlka, Daniel Klánský and Michal Bragagnolo will sing under the baton of Lukáš Klánský. The performance was created in cooperation with the Třebechovice Museum of Nativity Scenes and uses its unique projections.
The performance is suitable for the whole family. We have prepared the following family packages:
Family entrance – 1.799 CZK (2 adults, 2 children) – price category III. (Row 3 – 9)
Family entrance – 1.399 CZK (2 adults, 2 children) – price category III. (Row 12 – 19)
Family entrance – 1.299 CZK (2 adults, 2 children) – price category IV. (Row 20 – 24)
The offer is valid for two adults accompanying two children under 12 years of age. Please, book the tickets via the sales departmenton the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org. VIP tickets include a backstage tour, which also features a tour of the terrace with a beautiful view of Prague.
Please note that seats in the 1st row have limited space for legs. If you for any reason need more space, we kindly ask that you choose another row to sit in. Thank you for your understanding.
Creatives and Cast
It was a wonderful entry into the Christmas atmosphere, thank you very much!
The whole performance was more than successful, we left with very nice, pleasant feelings and in a Christmas mood. Thank you for a wonderful experience, it was a nice caress on the soul.
I believe that the Czech Traditional Christmas Carols Concert will become a long-standing tradition at the Hybernia Theatre. The authors of the script, Otakar Faifr and Michal Novák, offer the viewer a typical prelude to Christmas morning. The Father is sent out to get the Christmas tree, the Mother makes magic in the kitchen and the children play, preferably outside in the snow. Everyone remembers a series of Christmas songs. And just like carols, decorating the Christmas tree, wrapping presents, preparing the traditional dinner has its place in the story. Hybernia Theatre offers especially a break from the real Christmas worries. It gives space to take stock of what I haven’t done yet, or we can delve into all the parts of the Czech Christmas Mass – Kyrie; Gloria; Graduale; Credo; Offertory; Sanctus; Benedictus; Agnus and Conclusion. All this is enhanced by the projection of snowfall, the cathedral and details of the bethlehem from Třebechovice Museum. And one cannot but admire the sound engineers who managed to masterfully sound not only the soloists, but also the choir.