WEDDING – National Reading 2017


WEDDING – National Reading 2017
The Malarnia Stage

[SA]    02.09   |  17.00
entry free of charge

Free entrance


Teatr Śląski employees



Three Silesian Voivodeship institutions together lined up events round "Wedding" by Stanisław Wyspiański


National Reading effort has been organised by RP President since 2012. It was commenced with common reading of Pan Tadeusz. In next years one was reading Alexander Fredro’s works, Trylogia, Lalka and Quo Vadis.  On 2nd September 2017 all throughout Poland by Internet users’ decision we’ll read Wedding by Stanisław Wyspiański – three-acts play, premiered 16th March 1901 in Municipal Theatre (since 1909 The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre) in Kraków.

In Katowice three Silesian Voivodeship institutions together lined up a programme with free entry events – the event is organised by Teatr Śląski with Biblioteka Śląska and Film Institution Silesia-Film.

Hereunder the common programme;  we invite to Biblioteka [Library] at Plac Rady Europy and to events at our Plac Teatralny in front of a main entry.

In Teatr Śląski whose patron for many years has been Stanisław Wyspiański Theatre workers from 5pm will read whole play at Plac Teatralny – one can join this public reading done under a tutelage of playwright Artur Pałyga. There will be no cuts and whole stage directions will be read.



10.30am-2pm | Biblioteka Śląska | Plac Rady Europy

UNDER STAŃCZYK’S TUTELAGE – reading happening | reading of "Wedding" (parts ) by Teatr Żelazny actors and guests | literary and artistic workshops | exhibition | books lottery | games, contests and children games| screening of "Wedding" dir. by A. Wajda


17.00 | Teatr Śląski | Plac Teatralny

NO CUTS – social reading of "Wedding" by Stanisław Wyspiański. Teatr Śląski workers under playwright  Artur Pałyga’s tutelage will be reading Wyspiański’s play – we invite to join the reading in front of Katowice theatre.


21.00 | Film Institution Silesia Film | Plac Teatralny

WEDDING GHOSTS – exterior screening of "Demon" (2015) dir. by Marcin Wrona. Film work where the wedding theme is a pretext for a discussion on people, nations and hidden dark secrets. Silesian Film Fund supported this Polish-Israel production.

Free entries.

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