Operas & Theatres

 

The Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic


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The Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic is the largest music institution in the northern Poland, visited not only by local music-lovers but also by people from all over Poland and all over the world. This is a place for the ones who desire to enjoy the art of the highest quality. The Philharmonic organizes...

The Baltic State Opera


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The Baltic State Opera is an opera company in Gdansk, which performs in the Baltic State Opera House. Originally, in 1949, it was organized as an Opera-Studio rather than as a full scale opera company. Due to the destruction of all theatres in Gdansk by the end of World War II, it made do with temporary facilities...

Good Girl Killer


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Good Girl Killer was founded at the beginning of 2005 by four polish artists: Magda Jedra, Zbigniew Zibi Bienkowski, Anna Steller and Grzegorz Welizarowicz. Their first project, Good Girl Killer performance, premiered in March 2005 in Poland, Gdansk.

Dada von Bzdulow Theatre


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Dada von Bzdulow Theatre was founded by Leszek Bzdyl – a director and a choreographer, and by Katarzyna Chmielewska – a dancer and a choreographer. On stage since 1993; an independent group of professional dancers and actors, which produces performances in cooperation with Polish and foreign cultural...

The Forest Theatre – Lesny Theatre


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The Forest Theatre is a summer stage situated in a forest of Wrzeszcz. The easiest way to get there is to go through an entrance from Jaskowa Dolina Street. It is a place of numerous events, concerts and festivals that are organized here from May to September.

Maybe Theatre Company


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The first, and for a long time the only, registered theatrical company in Poland presenting plays exclusively in English. The company was officially formed in 1992, after the success of the 1991 production of "A Tempest in a Spaceship", a musical based on Shakespeare's "The Tempest"'. This was the second play put...

Gdansk Shakespearean Theatre


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Gdansk Shakespeare Festival is an international theatre festival devoted to the idea of the Elizabethan theatre, and especially to the works of William Shakespeare. The event was first organized in 1993, on the initiative of Theatrum Gedanense Foundation, which had been created by prof. Jerzy Limon and Wladyslaw...

Znak Theatre


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From 1992 to 2000 the Znak Theater provided a meaningful artistic experience for underprivilaged and ill children. Since 2000, the theater has expanded its operations to include theater workshops, actor training courses, and open air spectacles as well as the origional acting camps for interested youth.

Miniatura City Theatre


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This ‘toy theater’ holds true to its tradition – started in 1947 by Olga, Irena, and Ewa Totwen under the name Latek Theater, it has amused audiences for over 50 years. Currently it is under the direction of one of the most famous Polish directors, Ali Bunsch.

Wybrzeze Theatre


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Gdansk hosts regular festivals of street theatre each year, where language is no barrier. Most of the performances here, however, are in the mother tongue, so unless you've triumphed over Polish grammar you may be a tad bewildered by what's going. Nevertheless, given modern dramas tendency towards minimalism and...
 
 
 

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