UCL Festival of the Arts
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How to Find Us

Something Else for the Weekend is based at:

UCL Roberts Building
Malet Place
London
WC1E 7JE

Look for the Waterstone’s bookshop on the corner of Gower Street and Torrington Place. We are opposite that in the orange building with big glass windows.

Some events take place at The UCL Art Museum and The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology.

Meet Your Polish Neighbours

Dates and times: May 11th (1pm-2pm and 2pm-3pm); May 12th (3pm-4pm and 4pm-5pm)
Location: Room 105a, Roberts Building, Malet Place, London, WC1E 7JE

Girl and dog on the beach


(Almost Everything on Polish language, habits and contemporary culture You Always Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask)

This is your chance for an interdisciplinary meeting with screening, reading, performance, presentations and discussion as to get familiar with Polish culture and language, as the second largest language in UK.

The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is the largest centre for teaching Polish culture in UK.

It is also acts as a hub to promote and connect various artists, thinkers and activists within Polish culture.

London has never been as Polish as it is now! Come and see it!

Saturday May 11th

1pm-2pm: Mally Yina in discussion with Urszula Chowaniec

2pm-3pm: Theatre, Performance, Film. Meet the Polish Artists

Sunday May 12th

3pm-4pm: LoVArts presents Polish Visual Artists

4pm-5pm: Between the words and performance (Marek Kaźmierski, Wioletta Grzegorzewska and Zuza Tehanu)

FREE - Just drop in!


(Photo by Bogdan Frymorgen)