2) „Hierarchy of needs” – guest performance from Backa Teater in Göteborg (Sweden).
Adel Darwish is an actor who came to Sweden from Syria Aleppo three years ago. The text has written shifts from reality to fantasy in three different time dimensions. What has happened and what will happen? Who is alive, who is dead? Are present and past always attendant in the future? Which needs are relative and which are universal?
The Butterfly House hosts dozens of exotic butterflies that will surprise you with both their size and unusual colors! Inside the air temperature is about 28 °C and the humidity is around 70-80%. For the safety and comfort of butterflies, only 10 visitors can visit at the same time.
The exhibition “Never Again. Art against War and Fascism in the 20th and 21st centuries”, organised on the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II relies on three precisely determined focal points – Guernica and the 1930s, the “Arsenal” exhibition and the 1950s, contemporary art and (post-)fascism – to present the singular and distinctive tradition of anti-fascist art.
During “Free November”, the Royal Baths Museum, the Royal Castle in Warsaw, and the Wilanow Palace Museum are free of charge.
10) adidas Runners Warsaw’s free training
RUNBASE Warsaw is a unique space where the adidas Runners Warsaw community meets on a daily basis. The RUNBASE provides a wide range of free running trainings and professional coaching. This is a place where everyone has the opportunity to try different forms of physical activity – from running trainings, strength, technique, speed to a general full-body workout. The sessions cater to a variety of levels enabling everyone to find something that suits them, all for free.
Every training is completely free and open to members of different levels, including beginners. RUNBASE Warsaw is equipped with changing rooms, cabinets, showers, a large exercise room, and a chill zone.
12) Make Pierogi (Traditional Polish Dumplings) from scratch
No trip to Poland is complete unless you try the famous Polish dumplings. Or, even better, learn how to make them yourself.
The name of this dish probably derives from the Polish verb “to drink”, making pierogi the ultimate choice for party food. The class ends with pierogi lunch or dinner, so we strongly advise you to come hungry.