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Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre
Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre

Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre

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A theatrical form that employs optical illusion and ultraviolet light, modern black-light theater evolved in the Czech Republic, and Prague’s Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre is a well-known practitioner. Since the 1980s, Ta Fantastka has been putting on family-friendly shows with live actors and puppets, both in amazing costumes.

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Karlova 186/8, Prague, 110 00

The Basics

Ta Fantastika’a main show,Aspects of Alice, is inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classicAlice in Wonderland. Even those who don’t understand Czech can follow the nonverbal performance, which utilizes pantomime, dance, and shadow theater. Most travelers see a show at Ta Fantastika independently, and tickets can be booked ahead of time to guarantee a seat.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • A pianist usually entertains visitors as they arrive at the Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre.

  • Balcony seats have especially good views of the stage.

  • After the show, a “workshop” is often held that gives the audience insight into how the illusions are achieved.

  • Some strobe lights are included in the show.

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How to Get There

The theater is located very near the eastern end of the landmark Charles Bridge. To get there by public transit, take tram 2, 17, 18, 22, or 23 to Karlovy Lazne or the metro to Staromestska; the latter is about a 10-minute walk away. It’s best to avoid driving here, as the theater is located in a busy part of town with narrow streets and limited parking options.

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When to Get There

Performances are held twice every evening. Prague is a popular destination year-round but especially in the summer and around Christmas, so book tickets in advance during peak season to avoid disappointment.

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Light-Art Show

In addition toAspects of Alice, Ta Fantastika puts on a “light-art” show once a month, which it describes as painting with light. Realistic “paintings” are created then disappear in this ephemeral art form. The show takes place on the first Saturday of every month and can be attended on its own or before the main Ta Fantastika performance.

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