There are so many ways of spending Friday nights in Prague. How about an open-air cinema? The end of the summer is approaching but good news is many outdoor cinemas are still open in September. So if watching a lovely film under a warm starry sky sounds cool to you, here’s a short list of Prague venues to go to.

Klubovna outdoor cinema in Dejvice

Head for Klubovna, a cultural centre on Generála Píky Street in Dejvice. And don’t hesitate because the last film will be screened in its garden, which is situated on premises of a former kindergarten close to the railway viaduct on the corner of Gymnasijní Street, at 8:30 p.m. on August 29. For those of you wondering what kind of film you will have a chance to see, screened will be Wild Mouse, a comedy with some features of a crime film.

Regina outdoor cinema in Karlín screens in the English language versions

This week, Regina outdoor cinema, which is romantically situated under full-grown linden trees in Kaizlovy Sady Park close to the Czech Radio Building in Karlín, offers a film each day from 8:30 p.m. (next week from 8:00 p.m.). Films will be screened in the original language version with Czech subtitles. Entrances fee starts at CZK 80.

28.8. – The First Purge (První očista)
29.8. – Alpha (Alfa)
30.8. – Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir (Podivuhodná cesta fakíra, který uvízl ve skříni)
31.8. – Moulin Rouge! (Moulin Rouge)
1. 9. – Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (Hotel Transylvánie 3: Příšerózní dovolená) – Czech dubbing
2. 9. – Sweet Country (Sweet Country)
4. 9. – My Dad’s Volga (Tátova volha) – in Czech
5. 9. – The Greatest Showman (Největší showman)
6. 9. – Miss Hanoi (Miss Hanoi) – CZ/SK; with English subtitles
7. 9. – Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again)
8. 9. – Bear with Us (Chata na prodej) – CZ; with English subtitles

Kasárna outdoor cinema in Karlín

Kasárna open-air cinema, which is located at Prvního Pluku Street 2 in Prague 8 – Karlín, also offers an English film with Czech subtitles. A film called Nightcrawler (Slídil) will be screened here on August 30, 2018 at 9:00 p.m. Entrance fee is CZK 80.


Prague 5 is a great place to be on Wednesdays because MeetFactory, an outdoor cinema, holds regular screening sessions there. What’s interesting is that instead of a regular screen visitors have a chance to see films projected on a wall of a former gallery building. The cinema is situated at Ke Sklárně Street 3213/15 and sessions kick off at 8:30 p.m. There is no entrance fee. Here’s a list of films to see.

29. 8. – Fear and Trembling (Strach a chvění)
5.9. – Cold War (Studená válka)
12.9. – United States of Love (Spojené státy lásky)
19.9. – Summer (Léto)

Cinemabus 2018

2018 is another year the Prague Public Transport Company dispatches a highly popular mobile cinema so that both locals and tourists can enjoy open-air screening sessions for free.

The cinemabus will be parked by the Psychiatric Hospital in Bohnice (Ústavní Street 91) on the last days of August. Screening sessions start at 8:30 p.m. and below is the schedule.

28. 8. Logan Lucky (Loganovi parťáci)
29. 8. Two Brides and a Wedding (Dvě nevěsty a jedna svatba)
30. 8. Tiger Theory (Teorie tygra)

In September the cinemabus will be found 100 metres from Hůrka Underground B station on Sluneční náměstí with screening sessions starting at 8:30 p.m. Schedule is as follows:

3. 9. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Tři billboardy kousek za Ebbingem)
4. 9. Fifty Shades of Black (Padesát odstínů černé)
5. 9. Logan Lucky (Loganovi parťáci)
6. 9. (Alibi na klíč)

The Břetislavka residence staff wish you delightful evenings spent in the Czech capital.