I highly recommend Potulný dělník at Unleaded Coffee (23rd) – for a mixture of spoken word and outstanding music, including local legends, Budoár staré dámy. Photo: Fomas, full moon

Welcome to Kam v Brně/ Where in Brno, a monthly guide to everything that’s going in Brno. In terms of nightlife, concerts and random shenanigans, October is the best month of the year. Students have money in their pockets, exams are a tiny cloud on a distant horizon and everyone has settled into the routines.

 

So once the mid-month pay packet drops all manner of wonderful, and well-attended parties kick off.
Of course, this is what normally happens in October. This year may (edit- will) be different. Please take the recommendations in this month’s guide as “possibles” – check with events’ facebook pages and with www.brno.cz/coronavirus for the latest news in English.
OK, my top musical tip for October is Metronome Blues at Kabinet Muz (14th), Frontman and creative force, Rhys Braddock (New Zealand) with his indie / goth rock, an all new line-up and an all new album. An unmissable event.
Something more mellow for those with poetry in their soul, I highly recommend Potulný dělník at Unleaded Coffee (23rd) – for a mixture of spoken word and outstanding music, including local legends, Budoár staré dámy.
At the cinema, October sees the return of Brno16 – one of the oldest film festivals in the Czech Republic, this year is the 61st anniversary. Brno16 is an international short film festival, with 34 short film chosen from over 1000 entries from all over the world. 14th – 17th at Kino Art – Brno16.cz, Be safe and stay aware of the changing situation via Brnodaily.cz or the Brno Expat Centre.

Robin Smith
WHERE Editorial staff

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