Going, going…

Going, going…

Insider News 8 January 2017 0

After months, even years of speculation, the management of Pardon To Tu have revealed that this February will be their last month of operations – at least in their current format. Widely hailed for revolutionizing Warsaw’s live music scene, the building housing PTT is set for demolition to make... Read more
2016 Year In Review (Part II)
It’s trite to say so, but what a year that was… If you’re the sort of gloom monger that views their glass as half-empty, then you’ll probably be thinking Poland is about to plunge off a precipice. That maybe so, but it’s sure as hell been interesting getting there.... Read more
2016: Year In Review (Part 1)
It’s trite to say so, but what a year that was… If you’re the sort of gloom monger that views their glass as half-empty, then you’ll probably be thinking Poland is about to plunge off a precipice. That maybe so, but it’s sure as hell been interesting getting there.... Read more
Simply The Best
The Dialogue Centre Przełomy – a department of the National Museum in Szczeczin – has been named as the World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin. Submerged under a sloping concrete plaza, the underground museum covers a 50-year period beginning with the outbreak of... Read more
The Queen of Smooth Jazz
Ive Mendes will perform at this year’s edition of BMW Jazz Club, a series of concerts that will be held as part of BMW’s centenary celebrations. Often called ‘the Brazilian Sade’, the undisputed Queen of Smooth Jazz is perhaps best known for hits such as If You Leave Me... Read more
The Warsaw Playlist

The Warsaw Playlist

Features 5 October 2016 0

Numerous bands and musicians – both domestic and foreign – have been sufficiently moved by Warsaw to feature it in their works… Sen o Warszawie Czesław Niemen A classic 60s anthem from the pen of ‘the Polish Bob Dylan’, this epic ode to Warsaw is steeped in sentimentality. Lustily... Read more
The Warsaw Film List
We sift through the show reels to uncover some of the best and worst films connected to the nation… The Pianist The film adaptation of Władysław Szpilman’s riveting true tale of survival in the Jewish Ghetto dominated the 2003 Oscars, receiving gongs for Best Actor, Director and Screenplay. Even... Read more
The Warsaw Reading List
Where once English-language sections of bookstores were dominated by ‘the war’, today an increasingly diverse range of titles do their bit to expose the different faces of the Polish capital. Polish Pills Fanny Vaucher Accompanied by the author’s own witty illustrations, Polish Pills views Warsaw through the eyes of... Read more
Marking The Uprising’s End
Thousands of candles will illuminate the streets of Warsaw tonight in memory of the 72nd anniversary of the end of the Warsaw Uprising. Approximately 7,000 have been laid out by local scouting groups, with streets including Marszałkowska, Senatorska, Mazowiecka, Miodowa, Ujazdowskie, Szucha, Krakowskie Przedmieście and Zamenhofa. Rather than being... Read more
Scent Event!

Scent Event!

Partner news 28 September 2016 0

To learn more about Alba1913, Poland’s oldest pharmaceutical-cosmetics company, visit Sen Nocy Letniej at 8 p.m. on September 30th. Based on natural ingredients and herbal extracts, Alba’s products are particularly big in the Far East and have also had a considerable impact on art and design: now’s your chance... Read more

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