The two-week festival embraces live theatre, film, illustration, music and song, celebrating Poland’s particular affinity and fascination with Shakespeare’s plays.
Why has Hamlet in particular and Shakespeare in general gained such prominence in the Polish imagination?
How much was Shakespeare influenced by political and continental writings of his time?
As the afternoon’s performance with scripts unfolds in English, the play will be staged simultaneously in Warsaw in Polish on the site of the original performance.
Join us as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Wyspianski, Polish playwright, poet, artist and theatre designer.
This award-winning show from the Song of the Goat Theatre Company paints the tragic stories from King Lear in music, movement and song.
Rhythm Passport and University of Tropical Sound at the Jago in Dalston
Facce d’amore at Wigmore Hall
Music of Szymanowski, Bacewicz, Stravinsky and Schumann at Wigmore Hall
An outdoor London Group's exhibition comprising works by Elżbieta Smoleńska and Natalia Zagórska-Thomas. Part of the Waterloo Festival.
A midsummer celebration for all ages.
Group show with Polish artist Agata Madejska, part of London's Art Night Open