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Are you visiting Poznań this weekend or you live in the capital of Wielkopolska voivodeship and you are wondering what to do over the weekend? Here you will find a selection of concerts, plays and exhibitions prepared by the city representatives. Enjoy!

SATURDAY, 22nd January

„Zadzwońcie Po Milicję”

Concert dedicated to the anniversaries of the free elections in Poland and the introduction of martial law. It is a tribute to all those who were not afraid to act in the name of free Poland. IRA, Sztywny Pal Azji, Big Cyc, Chłopcy z Placu Broni, Róże Europy and Wanda i Banda will perform on stage. The performances will be highlighted by visual displays.

Poznań Congress Center, Głogowska Street 10

6 p.m.

Tickets availabe from 99 zl

„Pomoc Domowa”

A play by the authors of such hits as „Mayday 2” and „Szalone Nożyczki”. Fast-paced action, witty dialogue and intelligent jokes will put viewers in a great mood. The show unites husbands, wives, lovers with one thing in common – domestic help. The show in an original setting: Dominika Gwit / Piotr Pręgowski, Michał Mikołajczak / Krzysztof Ibisz, Joanna Kupińska, Agata Załęcka, Sebastian Stankiewicz / Michał Piróg.

Kino Teatr Apollo, Gajowa Street 8/11

4 p.m., 7 p.m.

Tickets available from 110 zl

„Napój Miłosny”

A tale of love, money and the eponymous drink. Nemorino loves Adina without reciprocation, who willingly flirts with Sergeant Belcore. When Dr. Dulcamara arrives in town with a magic potion, a story full of mistakes and crazy adventures begins.

Akademicki Teatr Muzyczny „Olimpia”, Grunwaldzka Street 22

7 p.m. (Saturday), 6 p.m. (Sunday)

Tickets available from 40 zl

„Zjazd”

The title of the show refers to the reunion of doubles, famous, distinctive figures from the world of pop culture. The comedic lightness of the show makes even heavy topics, such as discrimination and prejudice, humorous and ironic. The play is directed by Łukasz Chrzuszcz, an actor known for his many roles in Teatr Nowy.

Teatr Nowy, Jana Henryka Dąbrowskiego Street 5

6 p.m., 8 p.m.`

Tickets price: 30 zl

SUNDAY, 23th January

„Merylin Mongoł”

A story infused with black humor and hope for a better tomorrow. It presents a picture of Russia in the 1990s, full of dreams of a happy life in the face of a catastrophe that touches from every side. The show is full of contradictions – it’s beautiful even though it’s not pretty, it’s moving even though i’s sad, it knocks you into your seat and keeps you moving even though it’s about wanting to escape. Performance directed by Piotr Dąbrowski, based on a drama by Nikolai Kolada.

Teatr Nowy, Jana Henryka Dąbrowskiego Street 5

6 p.m., 8 p.m.

Tickets price: 30 zl

„Kochane Pieniążki”

What to do when you find a suitcase full of money? Give back to the owner, or take advantage of your luck and take in a lost item? A hilarious show with an all-star cast, in which the main character has come into possession of a briefcase of money and begins to execute a plan to spend it. Will his sensation-hungry and greedy friends, a corrupt cop, a not-so-smart inspector or a cheeky cab driver spoil his plans?

Kino Teatr Apollo, Gajowa Street 8/11

4 p.m., 7 p.m.

Tickets available from 77 zl

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