Prague Gateways Festival is the most important activity organised by the company Felicius. This festival was launched in March 2007, and it was immediately appreciated as a major contribution to Prague's culture – mainly thanks to its multicultural focus and interdisciplinary overlap. 

Although the individual events of Prague Gateways festival differ in their topics, they do have something in common:  they present masterminds (both Czech and foreign) who have a lot to say and offer: writers, scientists, historians, healers, yogis, directors, or dancers…

Prague has always been a place of meetings, a place rich with history, arts and culture. Main goal of our international multicultural festival Prague Gateways is to follow up on this Prague's tradition and to create a space where the audience can meet great Czech and foreign masterminds – those who have been able to discover a spiritual aspect of their work and who can share their experience with us. We aim to present the arts in an innovative way, to connect traditional experience with science, making both of them more palpable, and to improve human relationship and life as a whole. There are many forms of presenting – concerts, dance, theatre and film performances, exhibitions, lectures, workshops, discussions, etc. 

Wide choice of topics creates the above mentioned overlap, attracting many people as well as different social groups.


19. 3. -1. 4. 2007

New Town hall in Prague, Municipal House, Městská knihovna hl. města Prahy, Cinema Světozor, Theatre “Pod Palmovkou”, Theatre “Strašnické divadlo”, Galerie Le Court, St. John the Baptist Church, Spanish synagogue, etc.
number of visitors: 7000

30. 3.  – 29. 4. 2008

Theatre “U Hasičů”, Cinema Světozor, New Town hall in Prague, Vyšehrad, Charles Bridge, Galerie Le Court, Church Na Prádle, Buddhist Centre LOTOS, KD Krakov, Karlštejn Castle, Galerie Regenerace, Masarykova kolej, Sokol Pražský, Na Mariánce, Studio Felicius, DDM Slezská, Galerie Cesty za světlem
number of visitors: 7000

9. 3. – 31. 3. 2009

Cinema Světozor, New Town hall in Prague, Cinema Aero, Theatre Millenium, Music Theatre Karlín, Karlínské Spektrum, Prague Exhibition Grounds, Stromovka Praha, St. Salvator Church
number of visitors: 8000

1. 1. – 28. 9. 2010

New Town hall in Prague, Top Hotel Praha, Prague Exhibition Grounds
number of visitors: 8000

1. 1.- 10. 12. 2011

Metropolitan Theatre Prague, Club Lávka, Hotel Troja, Prague Exhibition Grounds, Theatre ABC
number of visitors: 8000

1. 1. – 31. 7. 2012

Theatre ABC, Prague Exhibition Grounds, Prague National Library, Hlavní sál Lucerny, Senohraby, Bratislava
number of visitors: 7000