Best Black-Light Interactive Non-Verbal Theatres in Prague

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If you’re looking for a truly unique theatre experience, make sure to check out a black light show in Prague! Black light theatre is a form of theatre that uses black light (UV light) to create special effects. The UV light makes the actors and props glow in the dark, which creates an eerie, otherworldly atmosphere. Prague is home to many famous theatres where you can enjoy such types of performance. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind experience!

Here is the list of best black-light non-verbal theatres in Prague you can check in 2024. Use up-to-date information from this first time visitor’s guide to choose the option that suits you most.

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The history of black-light theatre

Black light theatre in Europe is a relatively new form of theatre that originated in the early 20th century. Firstly, it was used in Germany as a way to create special effects for film and television. The interactive show was staged in Berlin in 1922. The technique quickly spread to other European countries, including Czechoslovakia.

Prague has long been a hotbed for the arts, and it is no surprise that black light theatre has taken root here. There are several black light theatres in Prague, each with its own unique style and approach.

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1. Animato Theatre

Animato Theatre in Prague is one of the most unique and innovative black light theatres in the world. This state-of-the-art theatre uses cutting edge technology to create an immersive and unforgettable experience for its audiences. The theatre is home to some of the most talented black light performers in the world, who use their skills to bring to life a variety of fascinating stories.

Address: Na Příkopě 10, Palais Savarin, Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00

2. Metro Black-Light Theatre

Metro Theatre in Prague is one of the most unique and innovative interactive theatres in the world. This theatre uses a combination of black light and lasers to create amazing visual effects that are unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The Metro Theatre is home to some of the most talented performers in the world, and their shows are not to be missed!

Address: Národní 25, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia.

Phone number: +420 221 085 201

Working hours: daily, 6-10pm.

How to get there: Metro Theatre is located about 10 minutes walking distance from Old Town Square. So, you can spend the day exploring Prague Old Town and spend great evening attending non-verbal show.

You can also go there by metro Narodni trida (line B), Mustek (lines A & B) or tram Narodni trida (trams 2,9,18,22)

3. Ta Fantastika

Ta Fantastika is one of Prague’s most famous non-verbal interactive theatres. It’s located in the heart of the city, just a few minutes walk from the Old Town Square. The theatre is small and intimate, with limited seating. This makes for a truly immersive theatrical experience – you really feel like you’re part of the interactive show!

Address: Karlova 8, 110 00 Prague 1, PALÁC UNITARIA

How to get there: Subway line A to Staroměstská station, you can also reach theater by taking tram #17 or 18.

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4. WOW Show

Wow show in Prague is a one of a kind experience that you won’t want to miss! The black light theatre is truly unique and will leave you feeling like you’ve been transported to another world. All perfomances take place in Broadway theatre in Prague. This place is about 10 minutes walking from Krcma U Pavouka, where you can enjoy medieval-style dinner in Prague.

Address: Na Příkopě 988/31, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Phone number: +420 225 113 194

Working Hours: 12-20pm

5. Jiri Srnec theatre

The Black Theater of Jiri Srnec is a Prague-based black light theater company that is known for its innovative and experimental approach to the art form. The company was founded in 1990 by Jiri Srnec, one of the pioneers of this genre.

This place is located 2 minutes walk from Prague Beer Museum, so make sure to check it right after the show. The Black Theater of Jiri Srnec has toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States, and their shows are not to be missed!

Address: Karoliny Světlé 18, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia

Phone number: +420 774 574 475

Working Hours: daily, 5-10pm

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6. HILT interactive theatre

HILT is a black light theatre company based in Prague. They create unique, innovative shows that use black light and motion graphics to create an immersive experience for the audience. If you’re looking for an exciting and unique theatre experience, be sure to check out a show by HILT interactive theatre! If you’re a big fun of Lego, you might want to visit LEGO museum, which is just 5 minutes walk from the theatre.

Address: LOBBY, Karolíny Světlé 31, Prague 1, Czech republic

Phone number: +420 720 040 091

Nearest tram station: Narodni divadlo


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