Malta is not always serious. Yesterday Klancyk Improvised Theatre took us on a crazy theatrical jam session, and today some of its members – Michał Sufin and Błażej Staryszak return to Plac Wolności as the authors of the script to the play “Fictitious guide to last goodbyes” – a mixture of theatre, performance and absurd comedy.
The ability to improvise can help out of situations in which one does not know what to do and what to say. For those who want to perfect that skill Klancyk Improvised Theatre prepared entry tickets to free-of-charge workshops .
In the following days you are invited to join in on the unhinged fun served by Dramatic Theatre from Wałbrzych with stand-up by Jacek Kozłowski “Depressions. Szymborska. Rymkiewicz. Bielicka” . You can also enjoy the poetry, prose and sketches of Konstanty Ildefons Gałczyński and the poetry of Miron Białoszewski with musical accompaniment prepared by the National Theatre in Warsaw. The eternal phrase “Mr Sułek, I love you!” [ “Kocham pana, panie Sułku!”] will be also heard from the stage, spoken by none other than, Marta Lipińska to Krzysztof Kowalewski.