The Variété Theatre

The Variété Theatre in Krakow was opened in the end of 2014. The idea for the construction of a Broadway style theatre was born several years ago and was conceived by the director Janusz Szydlowski, the current manager of the Variété Theatre. The theatre has its headquarters in a former building of a cinema called

The Alexander Kaminski Youth Palace

The Alexander Kaminski Youth Palace began its operations on December 3, 1951. The initial patron of the building was Boleslaw Bierut however on the basis of the Pedagogical Council resolution from June, 30 1989 the Palace was named after Professor Alexander Kaminski. On April 13, 2010 the building was added into the national register of

The Cultural Centre in Nowa Huta (NCK)

The Cultural Centre in Nowa Huta (NCK) started its activity in 1983 and since its offer is addressed to both children and the adults. In The NCK there are dance groups, an art gallery and a publishing house. The Centre collaborates with the Ministry of Culture and the National Heritage. Thanks to the funding conferred

The City Art Gallery

The City Art Gallery started its cultural activities in 1977. In 1989 a Film Culture Center was established as a part of the Gallery activity and thus the ILLUSION cinema. The gallery in Czestochowa is a place for different fields of art like painting, sculpture, ceramics, film and photography. The ILLUSION cinema is the only

ICE Krakow Congress Center

ICE Krakow Congress Center was founded in 2014. On October 16, 2014 the opening concert of ICE took place. The building was designed by one of the most famous Polish architects. The center is located at Grunwaldzkie roundabout in front of the Wawel Castle. The general investor of the project was the Krakow Municipality. The

Mieczyslaw Karłowicz Philharmonic

The first concert in the Mieczyslaw Karłowicz Philharmonic was held on October 25, 1948. In 1958 the Philharmonic was named after Mieczyslaw Karłowicz. Thanks to a grant received from the Regional Operational Program of the West Pomeranian in 2011 a construction of the new building of the Philharmonic had begun. The new facility was opened


The Sokół Cinema in Sokółka near Bialystok in Poland has been operating for over 80 years. During this time, many changes have taken place, both in name and architecture. In the 1970s, it functioned both as a fixed and a travelling cinema. It was popular not only among locals but also among the wider Polish


The Ignacy Paderewski Music School in Bialystok is the largest music school in the north-eastern part of Poland, which offers a wide range of courses at different levels. It has undergone a major refurbishment, thanks to the EU Infrastructure and Environment Programme. With the help of a high level of subsidies, new classrooms, rooms for