The financial status of close to 50 percent of Polish event management companies has deteriorated during the pandemic with the popularity of online events growing, a recent report shows.
Polish-British organization the 307 Squadron Project will be holding a two-day event entitled ‘The Polish D-Day Story’ on June 19th at the D-Day museum in Portsmouth, UK.
As of Saturday, October 24, new and tighter government restrictions will take effect in order to contain the spread of COVID-19. The measures include the closure of restaurants for two weeks and remote schooling for grades four to eight in elementary schools.
A concert of solidarity with Belarus will be staged at the National Stadium in Warsaw on September 26, with the participation of Polish and Belarusian artists.
Ukrainian art, literature, music and fashion will be on show during the Art Picnic event starting on Monday at the cultural institute in Krakow, southern Poland.
The 3rd Development Visions Forum devoted to innovative economic policies will commence on Monday at the Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia, northern Poland. The meeting is under the patronage of Poland's PM Mateusz Morawiecki.
From Saturday, Poland eases restrictions on the number of spectators present at open air events, including stadiums, increasing the maximum percentage of occupied seats to 50 percent from 25 percent, according to a Culture Ministry communique.
An international music festival devoted to the works of Chopin and other composers such as Ignacy Feliks Dobrzyński, Józef Nowakowski, Franciszek Lessel will run from August 15 to September 1.
This year's Four Cultures festival in the central Polish city of Lodz will be shortened from 10 days to four due to the coronavirus epidemic and will run under the slogan 'Future with no return.'
The first boxing event in Europe since the COVID-19 lockdown was lifted is to take place on June 12.