This is not really an event per se, but we support this initiative and thought you should too! Until the end of March, all six peaks of Warsaw, incl. Górka Szczęśliwicka and Kopiec Moczydłowski, will be conquered by the five brave young men who aren’t afraid to dream big. They have already started their preparations for this daunting task, but their goal isn’t so much the achievement itself, but raising awareness and money for the Rak’n'Roll charity. The organisation helps cancer patients get informed, raises money for advanced treatments and offers support for families of the patients. If you pay 5$, you can join the climbers to the basecamp and help them with the equipment. For 20 bucks, you can join them and become one of the ascensionists!
The Website (in Polish) has all the details, but we’ll keep you posted!
The song says „All you need is love”… Well, I disagree- something nice to eat also makes sense. The owners of Miłość (Love) are aware of that and in their spacious interior try to combine many things which you may hold dear: food, parties, shopping and seasonal food market (expected spring-summer). We’re here to talk about the first aspect: the menu is concise, but covers breakfasts (15-20 PLN for set, 6-12PLN for different granola and porridge options), lunches (served weekdays 12:00- 16:00), snacks (10-19PLN) and main courses (17-36PLN). We were intrigued by the beef heart steaks with date chutney and cabbage salad (28PLN), which we ordered alongside two glasses of house red, and before a shared slice of creamy cheesecake. The hearts were tasty, although a bit tough, however, they went really well with the date-tamarind chutney, which was thick, sweet and very rich. Great combo!
Poster Museum (ul. St. Kostki Potockiego 10/16)
22.10-18.01 // 7-10 PLN (Mondays admission free)
On the occasion of 60th anniversary of the Andrzej Wajda’s debut as film director, the Poster Museum in Warsaw has organised an extraordinary exhibition of the international collection of Wajda’s film posters.
Alongside posters of Polish Masters (of so-called Polish Poster School) – Roman Cieślewicz, Wojciech Zamecznik, Wojciech Fangor, Franciszek Starowieyski, Wiktor Górka, Waldemar Świerzy, Jan Lenica, you will see works of other great Polish graphic deisgners – Wiesław Wałkuski, Jakub Erol, Cyprian Kościelniak, Andrzej Pągowski, Marek Freundenreica, Marcin Mroszczak, Rafał Olbiński, and Rosław Szaybo.
Among foreign works presented, you will encounter many great names: Peter Strausfeld, Alain Lynch, Dominique Guillotin, Otto Kummert, Milan Grygar, Pierre Collier, M. Ogasawara, and Erhard Grutter.