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Polish dramas on Chinese book market

China Theatre Press has published an anthology of contemporary Polish drama in Chinese translation. The editor of the volume is Artur Duda, Ph.D., UMK professor from the Department of Cultural Studies, and other scholars and researchers from the Faculty of Humanities have also contributed to the publication.


Who is the “heir” of Tadeusz Kantor?

I do not know how to answer this question because any attempt to answer it requires defining – or limiting – radically diverse creative activities of Tadeusz Kantor that were happening in changing socio-political-cultural contexts between the 1930s and 1990. - writes Katarzyna Lech.

Must see/take part in


Krystian Lada works in Warsaw. For Varsovians.

D'ARC, conceived and directed by Krystian Lada, is a contemporary opera set in three time plans and dreams in which the heroines of the story meet: Joan - a Parisian, daughter of Polish emigrants, photographer; Joan - a Varsovian, insurgent, cellist; and Giovanna - a French national heroine, the Virgin of Orléans. What unites the characters in this newly written story is their willingness to commit to a larger-than-life vision.

Polish Artist Abroad


Warsaw Chamber Opera ensemble charms Vienna

Standing ovations and encores accompanied all three concerts of the Early Instrument Orchestra of the Warsaw Chamber Opera MACV in the world's classical music capital. The magnificent performances in the legendary halls of the Wiener Musikverein, the Mozarthaus and the Hofburgkapelle marked the Vienna leg of the 33rd Mozart Festival.


An immersive spectacle in the Portuguese Azores

Have you ever wondered what it is like for astronauts to return after a long mission in space? The B61 Institute invites you to take a fascinating journey into the depths of this experience with the immersive performance 'Return'. This extraordinary event will take place at the Arquipelago Centre for Contemporary Art in the Azores, combining art and science in a unique way.

Special for Ukrainian Viewers


Films from Ukraine

The 3rd edition of the Summer Film Review Under the Common Sky will be launched on 10 July. This means only one thing - our courtyard opens for the summer. For 9 consecutive weeks, on Wednesdays at 8 p.m., we invite you under our common sky at Foksal 11. Together with us, every year, you will build a great atmosphere there. Cinema on deckchairs and from an intercultural perspective?


Returning to Reims with Ukrainian surtitles

The production is inspired by the renowned French sociologist Didier Eribon's book. As a young man, Eribon moved out from the working-class suburbs of Reims and settled down in Paris. This enabled his coming out, paved the way for social advance, but also disclosed a sense of shame because of his working-class background. After his father's death the author returns to his hometown to confront his own past and class identity. Returning to Reims is a kind of personal confession, a reckoning and accusation thrown at himself.Shown at Nowy Teatr Warszawa.

Current repertoire



The Ember: 6th Summer School of Studio Kokyu – 2nd group. Workshops with Przemysław Błaszczak. Apply by 18 August

Workshops with Przemysław Błaszczak. Apply by 18 August

The Summer School of Studio Kokyu is 10 days of intense physical and vocal training which will take place in the forest base of the Grotowski Institute, Brzezinka. The work is based on practices present in the daily training of the Studio. Through regular immersion in precise structures, we aim to recognize the action of the actor-performer within a group. Living and working in Brzezinka as a collective provides an opportunity to dive into a process that embraces work within a training room and the natural world outside.

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