Shakespeare and Poland Festival 24-25 June 2023

A weekend of events celebrating Polish cultural heritage, and the cultural connections between Britain & Poland, combining literature, theatre, music and a family-friendly picnic with nature-themed activities.
24 06.2023 25 06.2023 Events, History, Literature, Music, Theatre

A Feminist Writer without a Home | Discovering Sophie Gaudier-Brzeska

A rediscovery of the fascinating profile and output of feminist writer Sophie Gaudier-Brzeska, with artist Ania Ready whose encounter with her archive led to a seven-year research project.
08 06.2023 Events, Literature

Szymanowski’s ‘Stabat Mater’ by the London Symphony Orchestra @ Edinburgh International Festival – 16th August

Polish composer Karol Szymanowski will be performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, The concert will also feature performances by Polish singers Iwona Sobotka (soprano) and Hanna Hipp (alto).
16 08.2023 Events, Music

Essex Book Festival – Polish writers in residence, Maciej Hen and Wioletta Greg

Two Polish writers join the Essex Writers House for a residency during the Essex Book Festival in June.
01 06.2023 01 07.2023 Events, Literature


Take a deep breath and release it. It will become a wild river that will fill your life, taking you to the source. You are the song and the song is you. This song is your life.

26 05.2023 Events, Music, Theatre

Applications Open – KIFF Kick_Off International Film Festival

KICK-OFF INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (KIFF) is an independent festival that was established three years ago. It previously operated under the name KINOGRAM INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. This year it is being held for the third time.

24 03.2023 24 11.2023 Events, Film

Deportation Day: Crimean Tatar Stories of Deportation and Return

Join an event by Ukrainian Institute commemorating 79 years since the Soviet deportation of Crimean Tatars & hear from leading experts on Crimean Tatar heritage.
18 05.2023 Events, History, Visual arts

Anna Zaranko receives the 2023 Found in translation Award

Anna Zaranko is the winner of the 2023 Found in Translation Award for her translation of Polish epic and Nobel prize-winning work 'The Peasants' by Wladyslaw Reymont.
10 05.2023 31 12.2023 Events, Literature, News

Get Your Sneezes Ready: Hay Fever Comes to Arcola Theatre!

An interactive dark comedy where the audience decides what happens. Features a Polish song and stars Maja Bloom from Fantastic Beasts as a Polish character

08 05.2023 13 05.2023 Events, Theatre