11.08 godz.11:00 19:00
Every Wednesday 9 p.m.
Foyer | admission free
18.07 | 21:00
DIRECTOR: John Waters
FEATURING: Johnny Depp, Amy Locane, Susan Tyrrell, Polly Bergen, Willem Dafoe, Iggy Pop
USA 1990, duration 1h 25
The main character is an orphan whose parents were executed by electric chair. He falls in love with a girl from a good home. The girl’s family opposes their relationship.
25.07 | 21:00
DIRECTOR: Stephan Elliott
FEATURING: Hugo Weaving, Guy Pearce, Terence Stamp, John Casey, Rebel Penfold-Russell
Australia, United Kingdom 1994, duration 1h 44
A classic road movie. A group of friends embarks on a journey through Australia with a drag show. They perform in towns along the way and realize (sometimes painfully) that they will not meet with understanding and acceptance everywhere.
1.08 | 21:00
DIRECTOR: Miloš Forman
FEATURING: John Savage, Treat Williams, Beverly D’Angelo, Annie Golden
USA, Federal Republic of Germany 1979, duration 2h
A boy from Oklahoma is coming to New York to join the army. In Central Park he meets a group of hippies, finds the charms of a carefree life, and falls in love with a girl. Despite his great love, he feels obliged to follow his inner duty and enlists in the army.
8.08 | 21:00
DIRECTOR: Randal Kleiser
FEATURING: John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway
USA 1978, duration 1h 50
The holiday romance of the leader of the T-Birds band and an Australian girl is put to the test when they unexpectedly find themselves in the same school. The laid-back young lady does not fit the image of a school gang leader. The girl tries to become one of the Pink Ladies and regain his favors.
15.08 | 21:00
DIRECTOR: Jim Sharman
FEATURING: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O’Brien
USA, United Kingdom 1975, duration 1h 40
A young fiancé’s car breaks down in a wasteland. Seeking help, they go to the castle of a crazy transvestite scientist who dreams of creating the perfect lover. Film adaptation of Richard O’Brien’s musical from 1973.
22.08 | 21:00
DIRECTOR: Robert Wise
FEATURING: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Peggy Wood, Charmian Carr
USA 1965, duration 2h 54
The story of a girl who dreams of being a nun but whose character and insubordination do not fit into monastic life. She is sent to a baron’s house to look after his children. A relationship is born between the girl and the employer. In 1966, the film won 5 Oscars and 2 Golden Globes.
Every Saturday| 11:00
SQUARE | admission free
Take a mat with you and practice yoga at the New Theatre’s courtyard. Bring your children to the screenings of films, leave them under the supervision of SowaLiska ladies and practice yoga! Classes will be run by experienced yogins from Yoga House by Eli Wierkowska. Bistro Wars & Sawa will provide you with a healthy and yogic menu at the bar.
11, 12.08 | 19:00 | THEATRE HALL | admission free
WOBEC | Ewa Maria Śmigielska
CONSULTING: Grzegorz Kowalski
MUSIC CONSULTING, COMPOSER: Wojtek Blecharz
SOUND ENGINEERING: Robert Migas
VOICE: Barbara Kinga Majewska
PERFORMER: Karol Tymiński
Ewa Maria Śmigielska deals with space and how it can be influenced by art. She tries to create a space in which people function in such a way that their actions impose a certain shape in space, changing the space depending on their expression, emotional states, and finally conduct a meaningful dialogue in it. The conclusions from the observations are redefined and incorporated into her projects, and enriched with sound. WOBEC has a character of an intermedia show/opera combining elements of performance and the spatial sound and video installations.
Subsidised by the National Centre for Culture under the programme Kultura – Interwencje 2018.