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The Tiger Lillies & Orchestr Berg — Bohemian Nights

Saturday 2. 12. 2023
large auditorium

Tickets available via Archa Theatre and

Dear viewers, 
due to operational reasons we are unfortunately forced to cancel the second of the Bohemian Nights concerts on Sunday, December 3. We will present them one day earlier on Saturday, December 2.  
If you have tickets for the Sunday date, you will receive tickets for the Saturday concert with the new location from the ticket seller Goout in your e-mail shortly. If the new date is not convenient for you, you can return the tickets at the place of purchase (at the Goout online retailer or at the Archa Theatre box office) until 15 September 2023. Thank you for your understanding. 


Songs by The Tiger Lillies in the symphonic arrangements of composer Michal Nejtek. The band's songwriter and leader, Martyn Jacques, returns thematically to the wild nineties, when Prague was the first foreign destination of today's famous band. Nostalgia, irony, crude humour and plebeian language are among the essential features of their songs to this day. With more than a year of collaboration between Martyn Jacques and Michal Nejtek, a unique work has been created by Archa at the world premiere. Bohemian Nights will be performed by Tiger Lillies and the contemporary music Berg Orchestra conducted by Peter Vrábel.

The world of The Tiger Lillies is dark, peculiar and varied, with moments of deep sadness, cruel black humour and immense beauty. This unique "anarchic Brechtian street opera trio" tours the world playing songs about “anything that doesn’t involve beautiful blonde girls and boys running at the meadow” to quote their founder Martyn Jacques.

The Tiger Lillies
Vocals, Accordion, Piano, Guitar / Martyn Jacques
Double Bass, Musical Saw, Theremin, Vocals / Adrian Stout
Drums, Percussion, Glockenspiel, Vocals  / Jonas Golland

Berg Orchestra


Cornerstones of the Future
The Cornestones of the Future display presents throughout the year 2023 the works of artists who created a unique profile of the Archa Theatre and at the same time did not stop in their work in search of new themes and ways of expression. We offer a unique selection of foreign and domestic titles, and we will make the unique archive of Archa Theatre available through a multimedia installation.

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