Author: Yasmina Reza
Direction: Marek Gierszał
A Polish premiere of one of the most important comedies of the 21st century, which scores triumphs on stages all over the world! Its popularity further increased thanks to Roman Polański's star-studded movie titled Carnage.
Direction: Cezary Tomaszewski
Yet another group in the sanatorium. New patients arrive at the springs to regain their health, profit from treatments and exercise, go for walks and, above all, dance. The director of the centre – Józef Dietl – is an outstanding doctor. A doctor who understands that treatment will not work without love or at least a spafling.
Author: Dorota Masłowska
Direction: Paweł Świątek
In the sixteen years since its first edition, the book – seething with sexism and plain boorishness – has managed to become first outdated and then unexpectedly up to date again. In an era when the demons of nationalism come out of their shadows, Dorota Masłowska's Polish-Russki War takes on a striking, venomous glow.
Author: Bolesław Prus
The play will be presented on 24 May at 8 p.m. as part of the Public Theatre Day and the ‘The Three-Hundred-and-Fifty-Penny Ticket’ (3,5 pln) campaign. More about the tickets and the campaign.
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Author: Umberto Eco
Direction: Radosław Rychcik
Performance with English subtitles.
Great novels on the stage of the Słowacki Theatre! The Name of the Rose – the 1980s masterpiece will be directed by Radosław Rychcik, famous for his surprising, original interpretations of Polish classics. When writing about the reasons for writing the novel, Umberto Eco confesses that he ‘wanted to poison the monk and tell this story’.