The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

A music-dance adaptation of The Jungle Book produced for the Azyl78 summer stage, accompanied by music composed by Marko Ivanović, directed by Matěj Forman and performed by the Czech Philharmonic, and the enthralling dance of DEKKADANCERS.

Duration of the programme 1 hod 20 min
From 6 years


The Jungle Book
A music-dance adaptation



Marko Ivanović / Jan Kučera conductors

Czech Philharmonic

The programme will be performed in Czech language. Suitable for children from 6 years.


"It’s likely, as we embark on our journey after the stories of the jungle, we might discover ourselves along the way. Our ingrained, fanciful ideas about everything we associate with the jungle world will soon diminish, and we will find the need to dig deeper to discover the true beauty. We enter the rainforest in anticipation of pleasant distractions and amusement, but already with the first steps we feel that if we proceed further, the rays of sunlight that cut through the tree crowns high above us will slowly drown in the impenetrable thicket and then, little by little, disappear completely in its darkness. What awaits us after? A quest to find the right path, exploration, and more than one adventure. The unseen, watchful eyes will be fixed upon us; and our eyes that may have forgotten how to observe the world around us will learn to see through the twilight. The rhythm and pulse of the rainforest, the intuition of our senses, and the rediscovered order. This voyage through the jungle will be a journey of self-discovery. Will you join us on it?" Matěj Forman

Creative team

Marko Ivanović music
Matěj Forman, Marko Ivanović screenplay
Matěj Forman directing & scenography 
Marko Ivanović, Jan Kučera conductors
Štěpán Pechar choreography
Andrea Sodomková masks & costumes
Josef Sodomka poster author & artistic collaboration
Jan Dőrner light design
Philippe Leforestier sound design
Radek Malý poem translations & dramaturgical collaboration
Jatka78 production



Alexander Sadirov, Alžběta Tichá, Ariadni Niki Toumpeki, Florian Garcia, Filippo Nannucci, Ifigenia Konstantina Toumpeki, Juliette Jean, Jonáš Janků, Nikol Šneiderová, Ondřej Vinklát, Sanusi Taofik Ayomide, Michal Pribylinec, Mirek Kosík, Tereza Kučerová

Prague Exhibition Grounds — Azyl78

6/9/2022 Thursday 7:00 PM
6/10/2022 Friday 7:00 PM
6/11/2022 Saturday 3:00 PM
6/11/2022 Saturday 7:00 PM
6/12/2022 Sunday 3:00 PM
6/14/2022 Tuesday 7:00 PM
6/15/2022 Wednesday 7:00 PM
6/16/2022 Thursday 7:00 PM
6/17/2022 Friday 7:00 PM
6/18/2022 Saturday 3:00 PM
6/18/2022 Saturday 7:00 PM
6/19/2022 Sunday 3:00 PM
6/21/2022 Tuesday 7:00 PM
6/22/2022 Wednesday 7:00 PM

How to buy tickets

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Tickets are available here.