In this episode of The Debrief, how has theatre changed as a result of the Covid pandemic and lockdown? We speak to Roman Pawłowski from TR Warszawa.
Poland will allow cinemas, threatres, philharmonic halls and cultural institutions to open on May 21, earlier than previously expected, as coronavirus restrictions are being gradually eased, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has announced.
Polish cinemas, theatres, hotels and swimming pools can open again on Friday as part of a gradual loosening of lockdown restrictions.
Hotels in Poland can reopen from mid-February but will not be allowed to exceed 50-percent capacity, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, said on Friday.
Poland will allow shopping centres to reopen from next Saturday but will keep restaurants, fitness clubs, cinemas, and theatres closed at least until December 27, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a press conference on Saturday.
Wojciech Pszoniak, a renowned Polish theatre and film actor, died on Monday morning at the age of 78.
The capital’s Relax cinema which hosted premieres such as ‘Star Wars’ and Andrzej Wajda’s ‘The Promised Land’ has been reborn as Scena Relax, a venue for comedy, concerts and theatrical productions and is once again the cultural centre at the heart of Warsaw.
Just a short train ride from Warsaw are two contrasting cities that lie only a stone’s throw apart.
With July 14th marking the 150th anniversary of the capital’s Teatr Letni w Ogrodzie Saskim, TFN takes a look back at his brief 70-year history, before Hitler’s bombs completely destroyed it.
The report by Eurostat shows that Poland out-spent countries such as Italy, France, Spain and the UK, proportionally, on cultural services including supporting national monuments, funding for museums, theatres and art programmes.