Initially there was a cinema here, although with a theatre in its name: Theater der Zeit. It has existed since 1913, and during the fight for Festung Breslau at the end of WWII, it was entirely destroyed. After the war in 1949, the building was reconstructed and the Jewish Theatre was located here. The team of Teatr Polski has used this hall from the very beginning and finally took over the building when the Jewish theatre moved its premises to Warsaw in 1955. Apart from the Small Stage, Teatr Polski has two more stages in Wrocław - Jerzy Grzegorzewski Stage (ul. G. Zapolskiej 3) and Świebodzki Train Station Stage (pl. Orląt Lwowskich 2c).
More about the theatre
The Small Stage's capacity is 260 seats. This is a new venue on the festival map. This is where we will present the retrospective of film and film-music performances by the avant-garde American director Jennifer Reeves and other events.