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Within just one week, the Bubny Station Hall was transformed into a work of architecture, a broadcasting station, and a theatre stage. Moreover, it was part of We Are Open and the Open House Festival throughout the week.

During this time, we welcomed 1,200 visitors at the Bubny Railway Station and at the New World Order exhibition in the Karolinum.

As part of the traditional spring event “We Are Open” in Prague 7, two theatrical productions in various stages of development were presented at the Bubny railway station.

The literary and theatrical programme “The Words Sound from Behind the Walls” continues the regular cooperation between the Přírodní Škola (School of Nature) Grammar School and Memorial of Silence. Students of the school under the director František Tichý performed several parts of their theatre and concert repertoire. All this was accompanied by quotations from books published by the Přírodní Škola Grammar School.

The Night of Trains brought the remarkable experience of a theatrical reflection of director Eva Blechová’s memories of her personal participation in a former trip to London with the so-called Winton children, which included her aunt. The reading rehearsal of “A Theatrical Remembrance of the 2009 Travels in Europe”, with two dozen of the “children” now of advanced age, along with several dozen journalists from across Europe and a series of historic locomotives, was a promising starting point for a performance about the not-so-simple legacy of the great war stories for future generations.