Polish Theatre in Wroclaw


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The Polish Theatre is one of the most intriguing places on Wroclaw’s cultural stage. It is located in the city centre, close to the railway and bus stations, as well as many hotels. The large foyer areas, on each of the theatre’s three floors, may be freely arranged.

The Polish Theatre has high class electro-acoustic equipment and professional technical staff. Its modern architecture and spacious interiors have become a unique venue, hosting many special conferences. The most interesting productions of recent seasons include Anton Chekhov's UNCLE VANYA directed by Jerzy Jarocki (2000), Dea Loher's CLARA'S RELATIONSHIPS directed by Pawel Miskiewicz (2001), and AZYL / ASYLUM based on Maxim Gorky, directed by Krystian Lupa (2003). The Polish Theatre in Wroclaw has three stages.

Address: 3 Zapolskiej Street

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