PERFORMANCES

For version of the programme in Polish click here PO POLSKU

THURSDAY, 12 OCTOBER

6PM – The great opening of the BAWIALNIA/PLAYROOM – Polish Design for Kids exhibition and an official inauguration of ‘KITE AND TRUMPET’ Festival of Polish Art for Children / Summerhall, The Lower Church Gallery, free entry

(You don’t want to miss it – there will be some toasts, surprises and numerous attractions!)

 

SATURDAY, 14 OCTOBER

 

5PM – “BILLY FOG” – performance of Figure Theatre, Cracow / Summerhall, Cairns Lecture Theatre (PL), £5

SUNDAY, 15 OCTOBER

5PM – ‘KING MATT THE FIRST’ – performance of Figure Theatre, Cracow / Summerhall, Cairns Lecture Theatre (PL), £5

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 18 OCTOBER

SOLD OUT 11AM – ‘TULILULI’– performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz/ Summerhall, Old Lab (no spoken dialogue), £3

SOLD OUT 2PM – ‘TULILULI’– performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz/ Summerhall, Old Lab (no spoken dialogue), £3

SOLD OUT 4PM – ‘TULILULI’– performance of PINOKIO THEATRE IN Lodz/ Summerhall, Old Lab (no spoken dialogue), £3

THURSDAY, 19 OCTOBER

SOLD OUT 11AM – ‘TULILULI’– performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz/ Summerhall, Old Lab (no spoken dialogue), £3

SOLD OUT 2PM – ‘TULILULI’– performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz/ Summerhall, Old Lab (no spoken dialogue), £3

SOLD OUT 4PM – ‘TULILULI’– performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz/ Summerhall, Old Lab (no spoken dialogue), £3

FRIDAY, 20 OCTOBER

 

5PM – THE STORYTELLING MACHINE’ – performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz/ North Edinburgh Arts (PL/ENG), £1.50/£3

SATURDAY, 21 OCTOBER

1PM – ‘THE STORYTELLING MACHINE’ –  performance of PINOKIO Theatre in Lodz in cooperation with the Scottish International Storytelling Festival/ The Scottish Storytelling Centre (PL/ENG), £8/£6/£5

SUNDAY, 22 OCTOBER

SOLD OUT 1PM –POLISH FOLKTALES: ‘YOU DON’T KNOW HOW GOOD YOU HAVE IT – THE CHARMS OF POLISH FAIRY TALES AND SAYINGS’. Tutor: Michał Malinowski (Museum of Fables, Fairy Tales and Stories ‘MUBABAO’) in cooperation with the Scottish International Storytelling Festival/ The Scottish Storytelling Centre (ENG) £5