Around the World in Eighty Days. There and Back Again

Opening night

The Main Stage
2 h

Regular Tickets:
25 – 45 zł

Reduced FareTickets:
20 – 35 zł


Robert Talarczyk director
Ilona Binarsch scenographer and costumer
Jakub Lewandowski choreographer
Chłopcy Kontra Basia live music


Mateusz Znaniecki Fileas Fogg
Bartłomiej Błaszczyński Passepartout

Members of the Reform Club:

Zbigniew Wróbel Stuart
Andrzej Warcaba Flanagan
Andrzej Dopierała Ralph


Dariusz Chojnacki Fix, Scotland Yard Detective
Marek Rachoń Train Conductor
Antoni Gryzik Hindu
Michał Piotrowski Pārs
Aleksandra Przybył Aouda
Dorota Chaniecka Helper-Girl
Arkadiusz Machel Policeman
Wiesław Kupczak Judge
Grażyna Bułka Bunsby
Marcin Szaforz Proctor
Anna Wesołowska Captain Speedy




The performance based on Jules Verne’s novel


Theatre of adventures! We take You along to make a trip around the world. By train, steamboat or… on elephant’s back. We decided to make a bet with an audience that’s possible in a theatre and it will take us 100 minutes and  a not much more. Fileas Fogg, some gentleman from London makes a bet with his friends he’ll circumnavigate the world in 80 days. The cult Jules Verne’s book is read voraciously until this day by teens and adults. Robert Górski, co-creator of Kabaret Moralnego Niepokoju, prepared for our actors witty adaptation of the novel. In the show directed by Robert Talarczyk take part a dozen of artists and on his invitation jazz-folk band Chłopcy Kontra Basia does contribution to this musical as well. Opening of Around the World In 80 Days is last title of our season, "Classics".


Komediowe Klasyka Spektakl Muzyczny Dla Młodego Widza


With no doubt three Teatr Śląski actors are leading the way: Mateusz Znaniecki, Bartłomiej Błaszczyński and Dariusz Chojnacki. The first impersonates British gentleman Fileas Fogg, the second plays crazy French valet Passepartout and the third is overreacting inspector Fix somehow interbred with a… dog! The gentlemen perfectly perform vying one with another with succeeding gags.
"Gazeta Wyborcza" daily


When a cast is concerned there are two stars who shine brightly and pull out all the stop on stage. Bartłomiej Błaszczyński as Passepartout obviously model himself on Górski [stage and TV entertainer], he performs and shouts as Górski does, and Dariusz Chojnacki’s act surpasses all our expectations. He does specific dog’s pantomime that perfectly show a man determined as Fix and fixated. It’s a pity that we’ll have long vacation and this beautiful, colourful and merry play won’t be performed at our stage in the immediate future. In September I’ll be off to see it once more for sure.  I’ve a hunch Teatr Śląski will present that for the next 25 years and longer. It’s no use writing any more… The hit!
Piotr Drzyzga, "Bajkoblog"


A humour, rich dresses and expressive music there are the strong points of a performance. More then two-hours stage journey around the world make a perfect family entertainment. There’s no way anybody would be bored. An action of the performance is effervescent and the costumes please and catch the eye.
"Dziennik Teatralny" website