You can find out about Warsaw's thriving arts scene in the English-language Warsaw Insider or What's Up, both of which are available at most major hotels. If you read Polish, the monthly IKS (Informator Kulturalny Stolicy) and Activist and the daily Gazeta Wyborcza have the best listings. Tickets for most performances are inexpensive, but if you want to spend even less, most theaters sell general-admission tickets—wejściówki—for a few złoty immediately before the performance. Wejściówki are often available for performances for which all standard tickets have been sold.

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  • 1. Filmowa Stolica


    There are a lot of outdoor screenings during Filmowa Stolica, the city's summer film festival. The screenings are held at venues all over town. ...Read More

  • 2. Iluzjon Filmoteki Narodowej

    Centrum | Film

    Don't count on seeing many Polish films while visiting Warsaw; only one cinema specializes in Polish features: Iluzjon Filmoteki Narodowej....Read More

  • 3. Kino Muranów

    Muranów | Film

    You won't find box-office blockbusters at the stylish Kino Muranów, the favorite choice of serious cinemaniacs. ...Read More

  • 4. Kino.LAB

    Lazienki | Film

    Tiny Kino.LAB is a part of the Center for Contemporary Art at the Ujazdowski Castle, showing experimental art films, video art, and even kitschy...Read More

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