This Week

MONDAY - 4

LIVE CONCERT: I. M. T. Smile. One of the most famous Slovak bands, led by the strong-vocals of singer Ivan Tásler, will rock the PKO park.
Tickets: 150 Sk. Spoločenská hala, Park Kultúry a Oddychu - PKO (Culture and Leisure Park), Nábrežie L. Svobodu 3. Tel: 5441 5826.


TUESDAY - 5

FILM: Tri Oriešky pre Popolušku (Three Nuts For Cinderella) and Perinbaba. The two most famous and beloved Czechoslovak Christmas fairy-tales will be played in one evening (in Czech and Slovak).
Tickets: 20 Sk with a club card (card costs 50 Sk at the door). Starts at 18:00 and 20:30. Filmclub 901, in Pedagogic Faculty building, Račianska 59. Tel: 4425 5470.


WEDNESDAY - 6

LIVE CONCERT: Duna music club's fifth anniversary. Concerts of five Slovak bands, birthday cakes and a midnight erotic surprise await visitors to club Duna.
Tickets: 70 Sk. Starts at 20:00. Duna Gallery, Radlinského 11. Tel: 5296 5037. www.duna.sk


THURSDAY - 7

LIVE MUSIC: Dr. Valter & The Law Breakers. The Hungarian acoustic country blues quartet featuring an excellent tuba player will entertain Aligátor pub patrons.
Admission free. Starts at 20:00. Aligátor pub, Laurinská 7. Tel: 5441 8611.


FRIDAY - 8

EXHIBITION: Adolf Born - 70th jubilee. This well known Czech legend, an illustrator of more than 230 books and many animated films (Mach a Šebestová), will exhibit his paintings in Bratislava.
Admission free. Open daily, except Mon 13:00-18:00. Galéria Michalský Dvor, Michalská 3. Tel: 5441 1079.


SATURDAY - 9

LIVE MUSIC: Kelt Evening. The Juraj Burian Band will team up with blues singer Silvia Josifoska at KGB, where Kelt beer will be served at a special rate.
Admission free. Starts at 21:00. KGB, Obchodná 52. Tel: 5273 1279.


SUNDAY - 10

CLASSICAL MUSIC: Music at the Castle - Bach Year. Compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach and Benedetto Marcello will be performed by Eva Kamrlová on organ and Peter Hanzel on bassoon.
Tickets: 40-80 Sk. Starts at 17:00. Hudobná sieň Bratislavského hradu. (Bratislava castle music hall). Tel: 5443 0331.

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