Noce i Dnie

Noce i Dnie

BlogInsider News 13 February 2017 1

As far back as last summer seems, it’s not so distant as to render memories forgotten. Particularly lucid are recollections of the Nocny Market, the undisputed smash of the season. Set on the platform of a disintegrating train station, it was more than just an ultra cool street food... Read more
12on14 Jazz Club

12on14 Jazz Club

Going Out 28 January 2017 0

Warsaw has a rich tradition of jazz, so you have to sometimes wonder, just where the hell are all the jazz bars? In 12on14’s case, down a courtyard and through a side entrance. Dark, smart and sophisticated, here’s a place that’s fitted out with framed portraits of sax tooting... Read more
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
The Home Of Chopin

The Home Of Chopin

Features 5 September 2016 0

Set 46 km west of Warsaw, a visit to the birthplace of composer Fryderyk Chopin has become a spiritual calling for the composer’s fans… It is, to many, the ultimate destination. For fans of Chopin, Żelazowa Wola is what the Vatican is to Catholics: a place of pilgrimage and... Read more
The Singer Festival
Held for the first time in 2004, Warsaw’s annual Singer festival has grown rapidly, establishing itself as one of the Europe’s most anticipated festivals of Jewish culture. Over 200 events are planned and these include screenings, guided walks, discussions and workshops. While Próżna and pl. Grzybowski will be the... Read more
The Pearl Of Praga
Ząbkowska is more than just another street: it’s Praga’s spiritual gateway, a place where ‘things happen’. Its credentials attesting to this are numerous, though none stand up to scrutiny better than Otwarta Ząbkowska, a festival that seeks to encourage the ‘creative exchange of ideas and mutual inspiration’. Now in... Read more
Sounds of the Underground
Tired of the same, same? This issue the Insider explores the underground sounds and alternative venues the city has to offer… By Alex Webber | Photos by Ed Wight Hydrozagadka & Chmury ul. 11 Listopada 22, hydrozagadka.waw.pl Run by the same people, such are the crowds that gather at... Read more
2Koła

2Koła

Going Out 13 April 2016 0

Sat, as it is, in the deserted backspaces and brickyards behind Zachodnia station, 2Koła is the ultimate Warsaw dive bar: still stained and smelling of grease and oil, this former garage features dented sofas and concrete floors. But if it looks terrifying, it transpires to be anything but –... Read more
Eufemia

Eufemia

Going Out 30 March 2016 0

Slipped down some steep stone steps, Eufemia unwraps into a series of side rooms furbished with VHS tapes, student artwork and furniture looted from your grandparents dining room. Snugger than a badger set, and mapped out like one and all, the claustrophobic atmosphere lends itself well to intimate gigs... Read more
Hydrozagadka

Hydrozagadka

Going Out 29 March 2016 0

Set out in the wildlands of Praga, consider Hydrozagadka as the heart of unforced cool. Known for its alternative music scene, the low-ceiling and tight, crowded nature of it generate an electrifying atmosphere where the audience and band become one. Walking a fine line between industrial and straight out... Read more

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