No need to do your dancing in a dank cellar, this huge Kazimierz club evokes the interwar dance halls of old by putting the curtained stage front and centre, and concentrating all its energy around the dancefloor, which is overlooked by a balcony on all sides. Multifunctional, and featuring a bar, restaurant and art gallery, the emphasis here is on providing a wide variety of cultural events for all tastes, including concerts, cabaret, burlesque, swing dancing, dance courses, theatre performances, and even one of Kraków's only drag queen revues. A typical evening offers a show, dinner and dancing, or arrive late to party hard. Much classier than most Cracovian clubs and attracting a more mature crowd, check their FB page to see what's on. They also organise weddings and other private events.