Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming week in Warsaw:

MONDAY, 20 June
#PERFORMANCE
Water in a watermelon

Speak for youself: Watermelon is the title of a concert/performance, which is a mixture of sounds created by instruments which we use in everyday life (bathtubs, tubes, glasses, spoons, kettle, etc), which is inspired by traditional swing from Poland's Kujawy region, folk songs performed by women and one of the miniatures of Aglaja Veteranya. The scenography itself is an instrument, which allows us to exist in the sphere of sounds, which constantly surrounds us and which we usually ignore. The performance was prepared by the SUTARI group, and its setting at the back of the Ujazdowski Castle will make the event even more appealing.

Where: Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniewa Raszewskiego, ul. Jazdów 1 (click to open map)
When: Monday, 20 June, 7:00 PM
How much: 20/10 PLN
Details: click here
TUESDAY, 21 June
#SPORTS
Poland vs Ukraine - France 2016

During the Euro Cup all the people in Poland turn into soccer fans. Especially this year, where our team (finally) seems to have a real chance not to return home with the first flight. This Tuesday, keep your fingers crossed for our team as we play against Ukraine. You will find the streets empty during the game, but don't worry - many pubs and clubs will view the match on huge TV screens. If you want to celebrate the Euro Cup like the locals do, join us in one of the fanclubs, sip on a beer and enjoy the show!

Where: Irish Pub, ul. Miodowa 3 (click to open map)
When: Tuesday, 21 June, 6:00 PM
How much: free
Details: click here
every day
#EXHIBITION
The Travellers

The National Gallery of Arts invites travelers and not only to their fascinating exhibition, that will take you on an exciting journey. Here's what they say on their website: "the exhibition looks at travel in a region where freedom to travel was, until recently, a luxury available only to the very few. The revolution of 1989 and the subsequent opening to the world and globalisation processes allowed citizens of the former Eastern Bloc personal mobility on an unprecedented scale. Participation in international exchanges contributed to the region’s identity today as much as the new political and economic order. For two successive decades, capitalism and globalisation carried us farther, faster, and surer, until we got used to thinking in terms of progress with only one direction — forward!". To read more, click the link below.

Where: Galeria Zachęta, pl. Małachowskiego 3 (click to open map)
When: every day, Tue-Sun 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm, closed on Mondays
How much: 15/10 PLN, free on Thursdays
Details: click here
WEDNESDAY, 22 June
#CONCERT
Nash

The name of the band is a wordplay: it's the English phonetic spelling of the Polish word "nasz", which means "ours". The members of the trio have all different tempers but one thing in common: they wanted to create something that would be completely Polish, i.e. ours... What you get is a mix of indie pop and singer-songwriter type of music, performed with the sound of the guitar, keyboards and French horn. All texts are written in Polish and they seem to flow somewhere between reality and the world of fairytales. The band will be promoting it's latest album - Trik.

Where: Znajomi Znajomych, ul. Wilcza 58a (click to open map)
When: Wednesday, 22 June, 8:00 PM
How much: free
Details: click here
WEDNESDAY, 22 June
#MOVIES
Outdoor cinema

Summer is the time when we just love watching movies outdoors, especially if the location is attractive. Starting this Wednesday, the BarStudio will be presenting movies connected with photography on the square in front of the majestic Palace and Culture. This Wednesday, they will screen a film entitled : "Her aim is true" about a photographer Jini Dellaccio documenting wild rock'n'roll garage concerts.

Where: Bar Studio, Palace of Culture and Science (click to open map)
When: Wednesday, 22 June, 9:30 PM
How much: free
Details: click here