Tag Archives: Poznan

INTERVIEW: “If we don’t defend life it becomes without value” — Lotte van den Berg, Malta Festival

It is said that without the spectator there is no theatre. But who is the spectator and what is their role? This is the question presented to those who attended this year’s Malta Festival in the Polish city of Poznań , whose programme aims to disrupt this usual spectator relationship and encourage exploration of the role. Read More

FIELD TRIP: Malta Festival, Poznan, Poland

Crammed with castles, cathedrals and boasting two clockwork goats as its mascots, the Polish city of Poznań is one of the country’s oldest, largest and most vibrant cities. Situated midway between Berlin and Warsaw, Poznań was once Poland’s capital city and remains a diverse and energetic metropolitan full of character and history. Every June, for around three Read More

REVIEW: Malta Festival’s 25th Anniversary Edition in Poznan, Poland

Crammed with castles, cathedrals, and its own opera house with two clockwork goats as its mascots, the Polish city of Poznan is one of the country’s oldest, largest and most vibrant.  Every June, for around three weeks, the city flourishes with a methodically curated collection of cultural activities, under the guise of the Malta Festival.  Read More