JAMU

Theatre Conference JAMU 2022

TOUCHING LIMITS / 
CROSSING BORDERS OF THEATRE

Registration for Speakers

Your Visit

Covid-19 Restrictions and Registration

Due to the current situation, we kindly ask you to read carefully the up-to-date restrictions regarding Covid-19 in the Czech Republic. The conference organisers have also decided to take up a few regulations: 

  • Obligatory registration of visitors - we ask all of you who plan to visit the conference to register in advance. You can find the registration form here;
  • Mandatory FFP2 masks in the conference venues;
  • EU Digital COVID Certificate /  Valid Confirmation of Recovering from the Covid-19 checking - every day before the start of the programme, our team will check your Covid-19 Certification. We kindly ask you to cooperate with us so we can make the conference as safe as possible

Attention! Starting Monday, November 22nd 2021, the PCR and antigen tests are no longer valid proof for, for example, entering a restaurant, hotel etc. in the Czech Republic. Only vaccination certification and proof of recovering from the illness (not longer than 180 days from the date when the illness was confirmed by a laboratory) is now a sound proof for the services. This is also the case for entering the school ground. Here, you can find up-to-date information from the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic. 

Conference venues

Due to the current situation and the increasing technical requirements due to the live stream of the conference, we decided to move all the presentations to the Theatre on Orlí Street. Originally, part of the programme was supposed to take place in the Theatre Faculty, nevertheless, at this moment please know, that all of the presentations etc. will take place on the 6th floor of the Theatre on Orlí Street. Thank you for understanding. 

The conference will be hosted by the Theatre Faculty of Janáček Academy of Performing Arts Brno and the programme will take place at Orlí Street Theatre. This year´s edition of the conference will be also streamed live and you can join in online. Please do register in advance here

 

How To Get to Brno

Thanks to its favourable geographical position you can reach Brno easily by train, bus or plane.

Plane

Brno airport
www.airport-brno.cz

You can fly to Prague, Vienna (Austria) or Bratislava (Slovakia) and then continue to Brno by coach or train. Brno is an important European rail junction and is easy to access from various places of Europe. From the above-mentioned airport there is a good connection to Brno (from Prague and Vienna airports there is a direct bus connection to Brno).

Prague airport
www.prg.aero/en

Vienna airport
www.viennaairport.com

Bratislava airport
www.airportbratislava.sk

Buses from/to airport
Vienna airport – Brno – Vienna airport, Prague airport – Brno – Prague airport
www.studentagency.cz
Vienna airport – Brno – Vienna airport
www.tourbus.cz
Bus and train connections to/from the Czech Republic and national connections
www.idos.cz

 

How to get around in Brno

Brno has a very efficient city transport system – provided by trams, buses and trolley buses. Tickets are priced as follows: 2 zones / 15 minutes – CZK 20; 2 zones/60 minutes with transfers – CZK 25; 3 zones/90 minutes with transfers – CZK 27.

Tickets are also sold in vending machines at tram/bus stops, by tram/bus drivers (a basic 90-minute ticket costs CZK 35) or at tobacconist’s shops. You can buy SMS (Short Text Message) ticket as well.

www.dpmb.cz

Taxi in Brno

www.taxi-impuls.cz (tel.: + 420 542 216 666)
www.lidotaxi.cz (tel: + 420 721 242 242 – NONSTOP)
www.citytaxibrno.cz (tel: + 420 542 321 321)

Tourist Office in Brno

Radnická 8
658 78 Brno
Tel: +420 542 427 150
info@ticbrno.cz

Opening hours:
Mon – Fri 8am – 6pm
Sat, Sun 9am – 6pm