Poznan

Polish Theatre

  ul. 27 Grudnia 8/10 ,   Old Town          (+48) 61 852 56 28     more than a year ago
Opened all the way back in 1875 under the current name, the Polish Theatre in Poznań was a symbol of protest against the oppressive partitioning power - Prussia. It currently presents lots of contemporary plays, along with some classics, on three stages: the Big Stage, Malarnia (Paint Room), and Galeria (Gallery).
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Box office open from 10:00 until the last performance; Sat, Sun 1 hour before performances. Closed Mon. Note that the theatre takes a summer break until the end of August.

Price/Additional Info

Tickets 20-70zł.

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