Teatr Lalka, Warsaw's oldest puppet theatre, claimed four awards during autumn theatre festivals in Serbia, announced Dominika Druch, a theatre representative, on Tuesday.
A contract for the building and joint-running of the European Camerimage Film Centre in Toruń, north-central Poland, has been signed by Culture Minister Piotr Gliński, Toruń Mayor Michał Zaleski and Camerimage Festival Director Marek Żydowicz.
The Light. Move. Festival casts light on the city’s lesser known areas as well as emblazing some cultural highlights.
Organisers Tessa Moult-Milewska and Ewelina Leszczyńska want to show that animation films aren’t only for children and prove that they can often address the most difficult social topics.
Over 3,000 artists will take part in the 16th Jewish Culture Festival - Singer's Warsaw, which will start in Warsaw on Aug. 24. Planned are 2,180 cultural events at 45 locations in eight Warsaw districts.
The Warsaw-born counter-tenor, who completed a Master’s degree in vocal performance at Warsaw’s Fryderyk Chopin School of Music, will take to the stage in Handel’s Rinaldo next month.
Polish film director Malgorzata Szumowska's first English language feature The Other Lamb will be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September.
Once an area infamous for shifty people doing shady business in a scary way the Praga district is demonstrating that a leopard can lose its spots.
The 16th Jewish Culture Festival - Singer's Warsaw, will feature concerts and events associated with the literature, history and traditions of Jews. It will also present a number of theatrical performances, festival spokesperson Edyta Bach told PAP.
More than 100 artists from over a dozen countries will meet in Kraków on July 2-7 for the 21st EtnoKraków/Rozstaje 2019 festival, billed as one of the most important festivals in Europe presenting traditional, folk, ethno and world music as well as dance and theatre.