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The Art and Society Festival Happy City
The Art and Society Festival Happy City

Co-operation, commitment, freedom, democracy, civic values, eliminating social divisions… all of them become particularly important in modern times, both locally and globally. Such values are discussed as part of the Festival Happy City. The first edition, organised by the Powszechny Theater, falls within the framework of the Integrated Praga District Redevelopment Programme Revitalisation. The festival’s title is a reference to a popular book by Charles Montgomery that deals with a city, organisation, and infrastructure, along with their impacts on the standard of living and lifestyle of its residents.

Find more details at:

www.powszechny.com/miasto

Wiktor Rubin as the best director at the Divine Comedy Festival!
Wiktor Rubin as the best director at the Divine Comedy Festival!

We are pleased to announce that Wiktor Rubin was distinguished for the play Everybody Gets What They Believe In by receiving the award for the best director at the 9th International Festival Divine Comedy in Cracow, one of the most important and prestigious Polish festivals concerning theatres! Congratulations!

www.boskakomedia.pl

Government’s bad touch – debate

The debate titled Government’s bad touch was held on 22 February in the Powszechny Theater. The meeting was participated by: Joanna Wichowska (the Curse dramatist), Joanna Scheuring-Wielgus (MP, the Chairwoman of the Parliamentary Team for Counteracting Hate Speech and for the Protection of Human Rights), Monika Płatek (penal law professor), Marcin Kącki (investigative journalist, reporter) and  Marek Lisiński (the President of the Foundation Don’t Be Afraid that gathers victims of pedophile priests). Host: Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska (Krytyka Polityczna).

You can watch the entire debate at: www.facebook.com/powszechny

Katarzyna Borkowska awarded for scenography and costumes of the play Books of Jacob!
Katarzyna Borkowska awarded for scenography and costumes of the play Books of Jacob!

The Jury of Scenography and Costume Festival Scene under Construction has unanimously awarded Grand Prix Golden Pocket to Katarzyna Borkowska for her scenography and costumes used in the play Books of Jacob directed by Ewelina Marciniak according to the novel by Olga Tokarczuk. Congratulations!

Teatr Powszechny
im. Zygmunta Hübnera
ul. Jana Zamoyskiego 20
03-801 Warszawa
tickets 22 818 25 16
22 818 48 19
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