Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming week in Warsaw:
THURSDAY, 27 April #CONCERT BUTOH Butoh is a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range of activities, techniques and motivations for dance, performance, or movement. It deliberately severes the ties with traditional art. Joan Laage is a pioneer and one of the most famous western butoh dancers.
If you love modern dance, modern art or you're up for something a little bit different this is for you.
WEDNESDAY, 26 April #CONCERT PIANO AND CHILL One of our favourite places one of our favourite kinds of entertainment. A chill evening with a piano, a lot of music and a glass of whisky, whiskey or other drinks of your preference.
WEDNESDAY, 26 April #PARTY Tango If you're a fan of the said dance, this is the place to be Wednesday evening. If you "haven't yet" or "have never" there will be dancing teachers to help you taking your first tango steps.
WEDNESDAY, 26 April #PARTY T'ien Lai Those of you who like Philip K. Dick might remember T'ien Lai as a brand of cigarettes from "The Man in High Castle". But translated from Japanese it means "divine music". And the duo from Bydgoszcz in central Poland by "divine" means: trance, rhythm, dance. Come for a night of partying.
TUESDAY, 25 April #CONCERT Love and music The Scandinavian ensemble LOVE from Copenhagen was founded by the sax player Jędrzej Łagodziński to tell you about what kind of a role love plays in music. And this is what they're gonna tell you tonight.