The Silesian Theatre can boast a history going back to 1907, when Kattowitz was in German territory; in 1922 the Stadttheater was converted to the Polish Theatre in Katowice. More than one thousand plays premiered on its boards over the past century, playing an integral role in the cultural life of the region. Currently, the theatre has been staging an increasing number of plays performed in the Silesian dialect, which we think is fantastic.
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Box office open 10:00 - 19:00, Mon 10:00 - 18:00, Sun 2 hours before the performance. Note that the theatre takes a summer break until September 4.