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René Pollesch and the Polish Theatre

One of the best and most talented representatives of post-dramatic theatre, he's known for having created an original theatrical language of his own died yoestarday at the age of 61 . Pollesch worked several times in TR Warszawa. In 2007, at the invitation of TR Warszawa, René came to Poland to work on the show "Ragazzo dell'Europa" - then he became involved with the TR team and since then he has returned to us for subsequent productions: "Jackson Pollesch" and "California / Grace Slick.” “Working with him was generous, brilliant, not based on a position of authority, but on creative freedom and openness. The energetic creative space he launched was risky in dealing with contemporary topics, but interpersonally and collectively safe.” –underlines the artistic team in his memory.


Playing With “Originals”: On the Importance of Adaptation in Polish Theatre

However, as Poland’s theatre has been seen throughout its history as an essential platform for political debates, it used adaptations of classical texts to speak to its contemporary moments and escape censorship.(…) Adaptations have also provided opportunities for directors’ visions, the development of their aesthetics, and their dialogue with Poland’s theatrical traditions - writes Kasia Lech.

Must see/take part in


Così fan tutte an opera set in America

Director Wojciech Faruga moves the action to America at the end of the 20th century, and the young singers and the orchestra will also be led by a young, extremely talented conductor, Jarosław Szemet.The performance will be played in the original Italian with Polish and English surtitles.


Andrew Scott and Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya

Andrew Scott brings to life multiple characters in Simon Stephen’s radical new version of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. Comedic and tragic, Chekhov’s examination of our shared humanity - our hopes, dreams, regrets - is thrust into sharp focus in Vanya. This production explores the kaleidoscope of human emotions, harnessing the power of the intimate bond between actor and audience to delve deeper into the human psyche. As part of the MultiCulture Britain series, the British Council and Multikino retransmission of the play Vanya with Andrew Scott at 13 of March.

Polish Artist Abroad


Maria Wojtyszko drama at the Estates Theatre

Two sisters, Věra and Květa, visit the Estates Theatre for the first time ever. No, they are not little girls, but elderly ladies from a small town who came to Prague for the weekend. They wear their Sunday best, yet they are a bit afraid of visiting this historical building. They are so nervous that they forget about time and arrive late. A family show prepared for the Estates Theatre. In Czech, surtitles in English.


Krystian Lada works in La Monnaie again

Polish director and libeberettist from 2013 to 2016, worked as dramaturge at La Monnaie on several productions, including Manon Lescaut and Madama Butterfly (Puccini), Rachmaninov Troika, Powder Her Face (Adès), Medúlla and To Be Sung (Dusapin). The brand new production Rivoluzione e Nostalgia prepared by director Krystian Lada and conductor Carlo Goldstein is based on sixteen operas composed by Giuseppe Verdi: his early successes, his anni di galera (‘years as a galley slave’) and the moment he established himself as maestro assoluto of the Italian repertoire.

Special for Ukrainian Viewers


Quasi-declarative opera

On the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute, makes its stage available to artists who, sharing the refugee fate of hundreds of thousands of their compatriots, continue to co-create Ukrainian culture.


The first Ukrainian theatre stage in Poland

We create performances inspired by our friends - creators, defenders and defenders, people of all professions who defend us on the front every day and give us the opportunity to perform in Europe without Russian missiles, Sofiia Onishchenko, independent theater GAS

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