Home of the world-famous National Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir of Poland, founded in 1901, this venue has a concert hall (enter from ul Sienkiewicza 10) and a chamber-music hall (enter from ul Moniuszki 5), both…
Opened in 1956, and originally a cafeteria and social club for builders working on the Palace of Culture & Science, this student venue is one of Warsaw’s biggest and longest-running live-music stages. A great pl…
Performs a repertoire ranging from medieval mystery plays to contemporary works, but is most famous for its performances of Mozart’s operas – the annual Mozart Festival is staged here.
Located in a revamped factory in the heart of Praga, this arts centre hosts a range of events, including live music performances. Call or check the website before heading out, since this place is only open for event…
This magnificent neoclassical theatre, dating from 1833 and rebuilt after WWII, is the city’s main stage for opera and ballet. The repertoire includes international classics anmd works by Polish composers.
This theatre company derives its inspiration from Jewish culture and traditions. Some of its productions are performed in Yiddish; Polish and English translations are provided through headphones.
Art-house film brought to you by the Centre for Contemporary Art, including cutting-edge cinematic creations from Poland and the world.
Theatre staging big-budget Broadway-style musicals, such as Mamma Mia, or the ever-popular Deszczowa Piosenka (aka Singin' in the Rain).
Multiplex cinema housed in the Palace of Culture & Science; its entrance faces al Jerozolimskie. It's worth seeing a movie here just for the splendid decor.
With three auditoriums of different sizes, this Praga-based company stages plays from both international and local playwrights.