The Bagatela Theatre
ul. Karmelicka 6
The (Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński) Bagatela Theatre presents a comic repertoire for adults and plays for children.
The history of the theatre started in 1918. Legend has it that the name of the theatre was devised by its current patron, Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński. After a fire and subsequent modernisation, the building housed a cinema in the 1930s, and after the Second World War – the Rozmaitości Theatre, which later returned to its original name.
This is where the Scene of the Young Spectator (Scena Młodego Widza) Theatre, directed by Maria Biliżanka, has operated since 1949. It is also precisely here that the young Roman Polański made his début. He played the title role in a production of The Son of the Regiment.
Known as the Bagatela again, the theatre presents comedies for adults and plays for children.
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