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Košice

EXHIBITION: Eastern Slovakia portrayed through aquarelles and other forms of painting. Východo Slovenská Galéria, Alžbetína 22, Košice. Admission: 10 Sk. Open Tue-Sat 10:00-18:00, Sun 10:00-14:00, Mon closed. Tel: 095-622 1187. Ends December 31.
CONCERT: Czech folk singer Vladimir Čáp. Admission: 30 Sk. Starts at: 18:00, Školské Stredisko, Spišská Nová Ves. Information: 0903 510 822. April 6.


Banská Bystrica

PHOTO EXHIBITION: Photographs from Three Decades, an exhibition
featuring the works of Pavol Breier. Štátna Galéria, Dolná Ulica 8, Banská Bystrica. Admission: 5-10 Sk. Open Mon-Fri 9:00-17:00, weekends 10:00-16:00. Tel: 088-412 4167. Ends May 5.
ART EXHIBITION: Kráter. An exhibition featuring
paintings by Vladimir Popovič. Štátna Galéria, Dolná Ulica 8 Banská Bystrica. Admission: 5-10 Sk. Open Mon-Fri 9:00-17:00, weekends 10:00-16:00. Tel: 088-412 4167. Ends May 19.


Prague

JAZZ: The Hiram Bullock Group. Backed by some of New York's finest jazz-musicians, this promises to be a memorable evening. Admission: 300 CZK. Starts at: 21:00. Lucerna Music Bar, Vodičková 36, Prague 1. Tel: 00 420 2 2421 7108. Tickets: 00 420 2 2481 4020. April 7.
PHOTO EXHIBITION: Drahomír Jozef Ružička. A selection of photographs
by this Czech modernist. Czech Centre of Photography, Náplavní 1 (entrance on Jiráskovo námestí), Prague 2. Admission: 10-20 CZK. Open daily: 11:00-19:00. Ends April 14.


Vienna

EXHIBITION: Samuel Beckett and his visual approach to writing. Kunsthalle, Treitlstrasse 2, Vienna. Tel: 0043 1 521 8933. www.kunsthallewien.at. Admission: 60-80 ATS. Open daily 10:00-18:00, Thur 10:00-22:00. Ends April 30.


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