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Archa Theatre’s International Summer School soon in Prague

Archa Theatre’s International Summer School is a platform for experimentation and investigation in the field of documentary theatre. The summer school offers artists coming from all around the world a two-week period of free experimentation using the tools of documentary theatre. Language of the school is English. Archa Theatre, Prague, Czech Republic 25 August – 7 September 2023. The application deadline has been extended until 31 May 2023.



Łukasz Twarkowski’s Greek debut

A monumental spectacle of an experience on the border between theater, film, and video art by Poland’s leading contemporary director Łukasz Twarkowski, making his Greek debut with an iconoclastic performance that dives deep into the abyss that is contemporary art and centers on the strange individual that was the expressionist artist Mark Rothko.



Iwan Wyrypajew a Russian director arrested in absentia by a Moscow court

Wyrypajew is an actor, director, playwright, and one of the most innovative and important contemporary playwrights in Europe. Born in Irkutsk, Russia, he currently lives in Poland, holds Polish citizenship, and works in various European theatres. Wyrypajew's plays have been produced all over Europe, including the United States. Wyrypajew has won various awards for his work in theatre and has recently made a name for himself in contemporary European cinema. His feature film "Euphoria" won the Little Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival in 2006. The artist would end up being detained if he entered Russian territory.



1989 directed by Katarzyna Szyngiera – first performance on the Warsaw Theatre Meetings

1989 shows the fall of communism from a new perspective. Seen through the eyes of three fascinating couples, the events known from newsreels and history books come to life on stage. In the lives of the Frasyniuk, Wałęsa and the Kuroń families, ideas compete with love, enthusiasm clashes with the burden of history, and heroism intertwines with family tragedies. After the performances in Warsaw it will be shown during Kontakt Festival in Toruń with English translation.



Prague Quadrennial 2023

The 15th edition of the Prague Quadrennial, presenting two Polish projects: “Look Around” as part of the Exhibition of Countries and Regions and “Asylum” as part of the Student Exhibition, will begin on 7 June 2023. They are both produced by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute.



The Future of European Theatre Takes Centre Stage in Opole

In May, ETC Member JK Opole Theatre hosted three major events on the future of European theatre: the ETC International Theatre Conference, the ACuTe Symposium, and the high-level European Commission event, the European Theatre Forum 2023.The future of European theatre and its relationship with the environment and digital tools were discussed in detail in Opole, Poland this month.



Dimitris Papaioannou to inaugurate International Festival „Kontakt” in Toruń

Dimitris Papaioannou  Greek artist gained early recognition as a painter and comics artist, before his focus shifted to the performing arts, as director, choreographer, performer, and designer of sets, costumes, make up, and lighting. He formed Edafos Dance Theatre, in 1986 as an initial vehicle for his original stage productions, hybrids of physical theatre, experimental dance, and performance art.



The Long Nigth of Museums also for theatre lovers

This Night unlike others offers this year a record number of 270 institutions will take part. There would be also a lot of suprises for theatre lovers.There will also be concerts by artists from the Opera Academy, curatorial tours of the exhibition and guided tours around the backstage of the Grand Theatre. During the Long Nigth of Museum there will be also an oportunity to see Krystian Lupa exibition in Powszechny Theatre in Łodż and see the perfomance in Miniatura Theatre in Gdańsk - The Long Nigth of Museums take place in Łódź and Gdańsk on 13 th of of May as well.



Festival in Italy with Polish elements of the programme.

The 53rd edition of the Festival invites us to imagine new perspectives of social coexistence through the eyes of significant artists from the Italian and international performative scene and many emerging voices.From the 7th to the 16th of July, the 53rd edition of Santarcangelo Festival, enough not enough, will take place.



„I Wanted To Be” to inaugurate the 63rd edition of Theatrical Meetings in Kalisz

On 6 May Powszechny Theatre in Łódź will inaugurate the 63rd edition of Kaliskie Spotkania Teatralne (Theatrical Meetings in Kalisz). We will present „I Wanted To Be” directed by Michał Siegoczyński. It is an honour for Łódź, for our theatre and for Polish Comedy Centre where Ewa Pilawska has created a laboratory of the aesthetics of Polish modern comedy.