Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming weekend in Warsaw:

SATURDAY, 4 February
#PARTY
Searching for Lost Education

SPATiF is the legendary seat of the Polish Association of Theatric and Movie Actors, which was mainly famous for holding greatest parties in Poland during the communist era. Now, SPATiF is back, refreshed, and ready to compete with the best clubs in Warsaw. This Saturday, a new project called Lost Education the features the famous ShaZa duo and Hania Piosik, one of Warsaw's most recognized new wave singer will perform at SPATiF. Make sure you stay for the afterpary with DJs ENVEE / MARGAŃSKI /ANIMISIEWASZ.

Where: SPATiF, al. Ujazdowskie 45 (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 4 February, 8:00 pm
How much: 20/30 PLN
Details: click here
SAT-SUN, 4-5 February
#EXHIBITION
Life. A Manual.

A new interesting exhibition, inspired by the work of the Jewish/French writer Georges Perec is opening at the Zachęta National Gallery of Art this Saturday. The exhibition integrates various disciplines by presenting the works by authors who think in classifications, enjoy formal constraints and complex narratives. The exposition is divided into four parts: ludic, sociological, novelist and autobiographical. The reading room, which is an integral part of the show, permeates all the ‘chapters’ of the exhibition. To learn more, join the curatorial walk-through accompanying the exhibition on Sunday. Check the link below for details.

Where: Zachęta National Gallery of Art, pl. Małachowskiego 3 (click to open map)
When: Sat-Sun, 4-5 February, Tuesday-Sunday 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
How much: 10 PLN/15 PLN, free admission on Tuesdays
Details: click here
FRIDAY, 3 February
#PARTY
Bling bling party

One of Warsaw’s most popular clubs is organizing a weekend kick-off party on Friday night. The organizers suggest daring hairdos and glittery outfits, and guarantee great music, intensive dancing and amazing party atmosphere. The DJ’s for the night, who will give you disco fever are: Karara, Pitti Schmitti, Adam Sadam and Kovvalsky.

Where: Niebo, ul. Nowy Świat 21 (click to open map)
When: Friday, 3 February, 10:30
How much: 15 PLN
Details: click here
SATURDAY, 4 February
#MOVIES
Moonlight pre-release

Moonlight is an American drama film which is a Golden Globe winner and 8-time Oscar Academy Award nominee and is considered as one of the best films of 2016. The film is based on the play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue by Tarell Alvin McCraney. It is timeless story of human self-discovery and connection, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. This Saturday, you can watch the film before its Polish premiere in one of Warsaw’s legendary movietheatres – Elektronik.

Where: Elektronik, ul. Generała Zajączka 7 (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 4 February, 8:00 pm
How much: 20/16 PLN
Details: click here
SUNDAY, 5 February
#EXHIBITION
The world in 24 hours

24 Hour Project exhibition is a summary of the fourth edition of the held annually worldwide photography project. 2785 photographers in 718 cities in 107 countries join a photo marathon at midnight (Friday/Saturday) their local time and present their works 24 hours later. Half of the photos presented in Warsaw’s exhibition were taken in Polish cities: Warsaw, Wroclaw, Cracow, Gliwice, Ruda Slaska. The rest comes from foreign cities from other parts of the world.

Where: Dom Kultury Śródmieście, ul. Smolna 9 (click to open map)
When: Sunday, 5 February, 5:00 pm to 8:00 PM
How much: free
Details: click here