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March in Lublin

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March in Lublin

See what's on in March in Lublin!

6-8.03 (Fri-Sun) – 2. Around the World - Globetrotters Festival

Przemysław Kossakowski, Kamila Kielar, Mateusz Damięcki, Magda Lassota and Artur Kot will share their expedition stories. There will be a chance to see BBC Earth’s productions, take part in workshops and get to know recently released travel books.

Centre for Culture / ul. Peowiaków 12

10.03 (Tue), 12 pm – 22. Scenes from Shakespeare in English Festival

Contestants will present scenes based on selected plays by William Shakespeare. The programme will also present In Fair Verona, a performance based on Romeo and Juliet by Teatr Panopticum from Lublin.

Centre for Culture / ul. Peowiaków 12

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13.03 (Fri), 18.00 – Anna and Irena Nawrot – Life in Stitches – exhibition opening

The exhibition refers to the common thread in the works by the two artists – the perception of women and their presence in the public and private space. Anna reaches for the stereotypical image of a modern woman to confront the cultural clichés, while Irena concentrates on female body in the context of her own biography.

The Biała Gallery / ul. Peowiaków 12

14, 15.03 (Sat, Sun) 18.00 – neTTheatre – Little Forrest, Short Dream – premiere

directed by: Paweł Passini; graduation performance of the Dance Theatre Department in Bytom and the Theatre Academy in Kraków coproduced by the Centre for Culture in Lublin

One of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays. A vivid, hypnotic tale about the traps that love can set and a satire on the patriarchal culture, in which the old cannot understand the young, men do not get the women and those in power – their subjects.

Centre for Culture / ul. Peowiaków 12

21.03 (Sat), 17.00, 20.00 – Stepmotherland – post-workshop presentation – premiere

written and directed by: Joanna Lewicka; project coordination, workshop: Katarzyna Tadeusz, Marta Góźdź, Wicki Kalaitzi; sound and video: Maciej Połynko

Questions about identity and the need for the sense of belonging are extremely important. Focusing on individual stories, the project will help notice the diversity which constructs our city. The participants of the project are people who came to Lublin to study or work, who chose it as their new motherlandland.

to apply email at: before 10.03

Centre for Culture / ul. Peowiaków 12

21.03 (Sat), 19.00 – On the Niemen – premiere

adapted by: Hubert Sulima; directed by: Jędrzej Piaskowski; scenography, costumes, music: Jacek Sotomski

The background for the novel is set by the story of two aristocratic families living next to each other – the wealthy Korczyńscy and the poor Bohatyrowicze, whose life resembles the one of the peasants. The only thing they have left in common is their past – both families fought for the freedom of their homeland. That is where the story of love between the representatives of the youngest generation, Justyna and Jan, begins.

Juliusz Osterwa Theatre, ul. Narutowicza 17

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