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New movies in Krakow playhouses. 

Note: Foreign movies are usually showed in their original language with the Polish subtitles (but dubbing happens). 
American:
Susanna Fogel's "The Spy Who Dumped Me" with Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis. Marc Foster's "Christopher Robin" with Ewan McGregot and Hayley Atwell. Sylvain White's "Slender Man" with Joey King, Julia Goldani Telles, and Jaz Sinclair. Sebastain Gutierrez's "Elizabeth Harvest" with Abbey Lee and Claran Hinds. Steven Soderbergh's "Unsane" with Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, and Amy Irving.
British: Ol Parker's "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" with Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep. Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, and Cher. 
British/Polish: David Blair's "Hurricane, Squadron 303" with Iwan Rheon, Milo Gibson, and Stefanie Martini.
French: Emille Deleuze's "Jamais contente" with Lena Magnien, Patricia Mazuy, and Phillippe Duquesne.
French/Canadian: Albert Dupontel's "Au revoir lahaut" with Albert Dupontel, Nahuel Perez Biscayart, and Lauren Lafite.

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Krakow Events in August 2018.

/Further below please find Krakow's selected events in September 2018/

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This month's concerts of music, festivals, opera, ballet, spectacles, shows, and other events in Krakow. 

Krakow’s International Folk Art Fair takes place in Rynek Glowny central square from August 9th to August 26th.

Music in Old Cracow festival goes on August 15th through August 31st with concerts in the city's churches and other historic buildings every night.

August 19th, Sunday: Poland’s violinist Anna Hara-Pioro and violist Grazyna Piechowska play music by J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, J. Haydn, D. Shostakovich, and B. Bartok in Kosciol sw. Jozefa church, 2 Zamoyskiego street, at 4 pm (free admission).
Poland’s jazz organist Kajetan Galas and Gospel Choir perform gospel music, Christian hymns, and spirituals in Tyniec Abbey, 37 Benedyktynska street, at 4 pm (admission 25 PLN).
Concert On the Beginning of the Music Career features Poland’s soprano Lidia Sosnowska  and pianist Piotr Jaworski performing music by Franz Schubert and Karol Szymanowski in Aula Florianka concert hall, 8 Basztowa street, at 5 pm (admission 10 PLN).
Russia’s Tebe Poem Choral Ensemble sings the Orthodox Church Music in the Kosciol sw. Franciszka z Asyzu church (the Franciscan monastery), 5 Wszystkich Swietych square and Franciszkanska street, at 8:15 pm.
Krakow Live Festival takes place in Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego (Polish Aviation Museum), 39 Jana Pawla II avenue, with lineup including KENDRICK LAMAR, MARTIN GARRIX, DIE ANTWOORD, and ASAP ROCKY.
Open-air concert features USA’s Kenny James Show next to Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury culture centre, 232 al. Jana Pawla II, at 6 pm (free admission).
Pierogi food festival highlights the diversity of the Polish stuffed dumplings in Maly Rynek square (plus live music).
August 20th, Monday:
Poland’s soprano Joanna Freszel and pianist Bartlomiej Kominek perform music by Frederic Chopin, Wladyslaw Zelenski, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Claude Debussy, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Alberto Ginastera, Benjamin Britten, and Slawomir Zamuszko in Aula Florianka concert hall, 8 Basztowa street, at 7:30 pm.
August 21st, Tuesday:
Ukraine's Lviv Virtuosos Chamber Orchestra with conductor Serhey Burko perform music by Myroslav Skoryk, Anatoly Kos-Anatolsky, Mykola Kolessa, Viktor Kaminsky, and Oleksandr Kozarenko in the Bazylika Najswietszego Serca Pana Jezusa church (the Jesuit monastery), 26 Kopernika street, at 7:30 pm.
August 22nd, Wednesday: Krakow’s Cracow Clarinet Quartet play E. Grieg’s Peer Gynt suite op. 46, C. Debussy’s Arabesque 1 and Arabesque 2. A. Uhl’s Divertimento, and G. Gershwin’s 3 Preludes and Rhapsody In Blue in Filharmonia Krakowska concert hall, 1 Zwierzyniecka street and Straszewskiego street, at 6:30 pm (admission 35 PLN).
Poland’s The Cracow Woodwind Quintet play music by Alexander von Zemlinsky, Pawel Lukaszewski, Artur Malawski, Krzesimir Debski, Malcolm Arnold, Ferenc Farkas, and Darius Milhaud in the courtyard of the Jagiellonian University’s Nowodworski Collegium, 12 Sw. Anny street, at 7:30 pm (in the case of rain the concert takes place in the Kosciol sw. Marcina church, 58 Grodzka street, at 8 pm).
UK’s organist Andrew Reid and Poland’s marimba player Ryszard Haba play music by W. Byrd, J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, Ch. Villiers Stanford, R. Haba, and F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in Kosciol Mariacki church at Rynek Glowny central square at 8 pm.
August 23rd, Thursday: Germany’s Amarcord male vocal ensemble sing Gregorian chant and music by Marcin Paligon, Pierre de la Rue, Antoine Brumel, Wipo of Burgundy, Josquin des Prez , Jehan Ockeghem, and Loyset Compere in the Wielczka Salt Mine’s subterranean Kaplica sw. Kingi chapel at 9 pm.
August 24th, Friday:
Poland’s flutists Lukasz Dlugosz and Agata Dlugosz plus harpsichordist Marek Toporowski play music by Georg Philipp Telemann, Georg Friedrich Handel, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Antonio Vivaldi in the Kosciol ss. Norbertanek church, 88 Kosciuszki street, at 7:30 pm.
Open-air concert features Poland’s pop jazz band, Fraktale, in the Dworek Bialopradnicki culture center, 2 Papiernicza street, at 8 pm (free admission).
August 25th, Saturday:
Poland’s pianist Szymon Nehring and CORda Cracovia orchestra play music by : F. Chopin, E. Elgar, I.J. Paderewski, and W. Kilar in the courtyard of the Wawel Royal Castle at 7 pm (admission 50 PLN).
USA’s The Golden Gate Quartet sing spirituals in Kosciol sw. Katarzyny church, 7 Augustianska street and Skaleczna street, at 7:30 pm.
Krakow Chamber Opera company produces Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s La serva padrona opera buffa in its playhouse, 15 Miodowa street, at 7 pm.
Krakow’s SheeBan Celtic Band performs Irish music in the Dworek Bialopradnicki culture center, 2 Papiernicza street, at 6 pm (free admission).
August 26th, Sunday:
Concert The Naval Battles features Czech Republic’s Collegium Marianum early music ensemble in the courtyard of the Jagiellonian University’s Collegium Maius, 15 Jagiellonska street and Sw. Anny street, at 7:30 pm (in the case of rain the concert takes place in the Franciscan Monastery, 4 Franciszkanska street, at 8 pm).
Poland’s flutist Maja Zwirko and guitarist Mateusz Puter play classical music by M.C. Tedesco, E. Granados, and B. Bartok in Kosciol sw. Jozefa church, 2 Zamoyskiego street, at 4 pm (free admission).
Concert of Johann Strauss’ music features Krakow’s soprano Magdalena Pilarz-Bobrowska and tenor Lukasz Wronski plus Obligato orchestra in the courtyard of Zamek Zupny castle in Wieliczka, 8 Zamkowa street, at 4 pm.
Open-air concert features Poland’s pop band, Kapela Hanki Wojciak, performing world music next to Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury culture centre, 232 al. Jana Pawla II, at 6 pm (free admission).
August 27th, Monday:
Krakow’s Sinfonietta Cracovia orchestra with conductor Michael Martin Kofler play music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Carl Stamitz, and Franz Schubert in Tempel Synagogue, 24 Miodowa street, at 7:30 pm.
August 28th, Tuesday:
Poland’s guitarist Piotr Przedbora plays music by A. Vivaldi, J. S. Bach, F. Sor, J. K. Mertz, G. Regondi, A. Piazzolla, and I. Albeniz in Old Synagogue, 24 Szeroka street, at 7:30 pm.
August 29th, Wednesday: Krakow’s oboists Mariusz Pedzialek and Pawel Nyklewicz, harpsichordist Paulina Tkaczyk, and cellist Beata Urbanek-Kalinowska play Georg Friedrich Handel’s Six Sonatas for two oboe and basso continuo, and Joseph Nicolas Pancrace Royer’s „Le Vertigo” Premier Livre in Filharmonia Krakowska concert hall, 1 Zwierzyniecka street and Straszewskiego street, at 6:30 pm (admission 35 PLN).
Poland’s organist Filip Presseisen Kantorei Sankt Barbara choir perform music by J.L. Krebs, J.S. Bach, and G. Bohm in Kosciol Mariacki church at Rynek Glowny central square at 8 pm.
USA’s bass singer and lutenist Joel Frederiksen and Germany’s lutenist Axel Wolf perform music by Giulio Romano Caccini, Girolamo Kapsberger, Andrea Falconieri, Giovanni Girolamo Frescobaldi, Giovanni Puliaschi, Giovanni Zamboni Romano, Giacomo Carissimi, and Giovanni Felice Sances in the Kosciol sw. Marcina church, 58 Grodzka street, at 7:30 pm.
California’s rock band, Thirty Seconds to Mars, performs in Tauron Arena Krakow at 7 Lema street at 7 pm (tickets from 169 PLN up)
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August 30th, Thursday: Poland’s organist Michal Bialko plays music by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Sebastian Bach, Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, and Max Reger in Kosciol sw. Bernardyna church, 2 Bernardynska street, at 8:15 pm.
August 31st, Friday:
Poland’s Beethoven Academy Orchestra, Collegium Zielenski ensemble, and cellist Bartosz Koziak perform Krzysztof Penderecki’s music in Kosciol sw. Katarzyny church, 7 Augustianska street and Skaleczna street, at 7:30 pm.
Open-air concert features Poland’s pop band, Flue, in the Dworek Bialopradnicki culture center, 2 Papiernicza street, at 8 pm (free admission).

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September 2018 entertainment events in Krakow.

September 2nd, Sunday: Austria’s clarinetist Danel Ottensamer and Krakow’s Sinfonietta Cracovia orchestra render Krzysztof Penderecki’s Sinfonietta per archi, Sinfonietta no. 2 for clarinet and string orchestra, and Sinfonietta no. 3 in the Krakow National Museum’s Galeria Sztuki Polskiej XIX Wieku gallery in the Cloth Hall, 1-3 Rynek Glowny central square, at 7 pm.
Sweden’s rock band, Pain Of Salvation, performs progressive metal, In The Passing Light Of Day Tour 2018, in Studio club, 4 Budryka street, at 8 pm (admission 109 PLN).
Poland’s singer-guitarist Krzysztof Zalewski performs Czeslaw Niemen’s songs in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 7 pm (admission 149 PLN).
September 3rd, Monday:
Concert Haydn extreme features Krakow’s Capella Cracoviensis orchestra playing Joseph Haydn’s symphonies no. 16 in B major, no. 17 in F major, and no. 18 in G major - in Filharmonia Krakowska concert hall, 1 Zwierzyniecka street and Straszewskiego street, at 7 pm (admission 30 PLN).
September 8th, Saturday: Pop concert features an array of Krakow’s acts in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6 pm.
September 9th, Sunday: Rock concert features Sweden’s Marduk and Poland’s Vader perform metal music alongside other bands in Kwadrat club, 1 Skarzynskiego street, at 7 pm (admission 80 PLN).
September 10th, Monday: Canada’s rock band Voivod plus Sweden’s singer Maggot Heart perform metal music in Kwadrat club, 1 Skarzynskiego street, at 8 pm (admission 79 PLN).
September 11th, Tuesday: Poland’s flutist Dominik Strycharski plays Witold Szalonek’s Głowa Meduzy ( Medusa’s Headf,1992)  and Dominik Strycharski’s Duch Meduzy (Medusa’s Spirit, 2018) in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 7 pm.
Sweden’s saxophonist Mats Gustafsson and Fire! Orchestra render Krzysztof Penderecki’s Actions for a free-jazz orchestra (1971) and Boguslaw Schaeffer’s graphic scores in Muzeum Inzynierii Miejskiej museum, 15 sw Wawrzynca street, at 9 pm.
France’s stoner rock bands, Mars Red Sky and MaidaVale, perform in ZetPeTe club, 10 Dolnych Mlynow street, at 8 pm (admission 60 PLN).
September 12th, Wednesday:
Poland’s baritone Maciej Nerkowski and vocalists Marta Grzywacz and Maniucha Bikont plus Hashtag Ensemble render Peter Maxwell Davies’s Eight Songs for a Mad King (1969), Zygmunt Krauze’s Tableau Vivant (1982), Louis Andriessen’s Workers Union (1975), Zygmunt Krauze’s Deklaracja (Declaration, 2018), and Agnieszka Stulginska’s Trzy kobiety (Three Women, 2017) in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 7pm.
Sweden’s saxophonist Mats Gustafsson plays his Bengt concerto for solo saxophone in tribute to Bengt Nordstrom - in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 9:30 pm.
September 13th, Thursday:
Poland’s Chor Polskiego Radia choir and Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej Orchestra render Agata Zubel’s Madrigals for five voices (2015) and Andrzej Kwiecinski’s Personaggi: Euridice in Muzeum Inzynierii Miejskiej museum, 15 sw Wawrzynca street, at 7 pm.
September 14th, Friday:
Concert DOING BY NOT DOING features Sweden’s GGR Betong noise chamber orchestra performing Pauline Oliveros’s Bottoms Up 1_RMX (1966), Tetsuo Furudate’s Below the Demarcation (2003-05), Lina Jarnegard’s New Piece (2018), Zbigniew Karkowski’s Doing By Not Doing (2002), Ruta Vitkauskaite’s Kragraga (2016), and Lasse Marhaug’s The Great Silence (2003) in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 7pm.
Poland’s bassist Kasper T. Toeplitz plays Eliane Radigue’s Elemental II for solo bass (2004) in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 9 pm.
Poland’s pop singer Ola Maurer gives a recital in Piwnica pod Baranami cellar club, 27 Rynek Glowny central square, at 9 pm.
September 15th, Saturday:
Concert of contemporary classical music for children features Denmark’s accordionist Andreas Borregaard and the UK’s Red Note Ensemble performing Maja S. K. Ratkje’s Aeolian in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 11 am and again at noon.
Concert THE SHAPE OF JAZZ TO COME features Sweden’s vocalist Mariam Wallentin and Germany’s Zeitkratzer ensemble performing Lil Hardin Armstrong’s Struttin' with Some Barbecue (1927), Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s My Funny Valentine (1937), Abel Meeropol’s Strange Fruit (1939), an excerpt from Mary Lou Williams’s Zodiac Suite (1945), Arthur Hamiltonąs Cry me a River (1953), Sweet Emma Barrett’s Jelly Roll Blues (1963), Muhal Richard Abrams’s Bird Song (1968), Archie Shepp’s Blasť (1969), and Geri Allen’s Drummer Song (1994) in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 5:30 pm.
Germany’s saxophonist Peter Brotzmann, The Netherlands‘ trumpeter Marco Blaauw, UK’s tubist Melvyn Poore, France’s bassist Florentin Ginot, Germany’s cellist Dirk Wietheger, , Switzerland’s drummer Lucas Niggli and bass guitarist Marino Pliakas, and Germany’s Ensemble Musikfabrik render Rebecca Saunders’s fury (2005), Liza Lim’s The Green Lions eats the sun  (2014-15), Lisa Streich’s Sai ballare? (2015), John Zorn’s Merlin (2016), Michael Beil’s String Jack, Anthony Braxton’s Ghost Trance Music (1995) Composition No. 169 and Composition No. 199, Michael Wertmuller’s antagonisme controle  (2013-14) in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 8 pm.
September 16th, Sunday: Concert of operatic music takes place in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm.
Poland’s Spoldzielnia Muzyczna Contemporary Ensemble renders Piotr Peszat’s try to watch this without crying (2018), Teoniki Rozynek’s Tasmociag (2018), Mikolaj Laskowski’s Fire up/Zapal sie (2018), Marta Sniady’s The most beautiful music in the world (2018), and Pawel Malinowski’s They can’t see you like I can (2018) in Muzeum Inzynierii Miejskiej museum, 15 sw Wawrzynca street, at 5:30 pm.
Poland’s singers Joanna Freszel, Ewa Biegas, Urszula Kryger, Jakub Monowid, Lukasz Konieczny,  Sebastian Szumski, and Bartlomiej Misiuda plus  AUKSO orchestra and Chor Polskiego Radia choir perform Alek Nowak’s opera Ahat Ili – the Sister of Gods in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 8 pm.
Children show Blisko features dancers Paulina Giwer-Kowalewska and Filip Meyer-Luters plus Poland’s clarinetist Wacław Zimpel in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 10 am and again at noon and at 3 pm.
Musical theatre show The Otheroom with music by Rolf Wallin features Germany’s double bell quartet of Ensemble Musikfabrik, dancers Heine Avdal, Michiel Reynaert, Orfee Schuijt, and Benjamin Vandewalle, and Lithuania’s performer Krisjanis Sants in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 4pm.
September 17th, Monday: Concert Emigrants features the UK’s violinist Irvine Arditti and Arditti Quartet playing Barbara Buczek’s string quartet no. 2 "Transgressio" (1985), Elzbieta Sikora’s Solo (1984), Boguslaw Schaeffer’s Quartet No. 7 (1997), Hanna Kulenty’s String Quartet No. 5 (2011), Lucia Dlugoszewski’s Disparate Stairway Radical Other (1995) in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 7 pm.
Poland’s singers Joanna Freszel, Ewa Biegas, Urszula Kryger, Jakub Monowid, Lukasz Konieczny,  Sebastian Szumski, and Bartlomiej Misiuda plus  AUKSO orchestra and Chor Polskiego Radia choir perform Alek Nowak’s opera Ahat Ili – the Sister of Gods in the ICE Krakow Congress Center, 17 Konopnickiej street and Monte Casino street, at 9 pm.
September 20th, Thursday: Krakow Opera Company produces Michal Znaniecki's “Searching for Lear: Verdi” show based on Giuseppe Verdi's music in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 25 PLN).
September 21st, Friday: Krakow Opera Company produces Verdi’s “La Traviata" in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 120 PLN).
September 22nd, Saturday: Krakow Opera Company produces Michal Znaniecki's “Searching for Lear: Verdi” show based on Giuseppe Verdi's music in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 25 PLN).
September 23r, Sunday: Krakow Opera Company produces Verdi’s “La Traviata" in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 120 PLN).
September 27th, Thursday: Concert Haydn extreme features Krakow’s Capella Cracoviensis orchestra playing Joseph Haydn’s symphonies no. 19 in D major, no. 20 in C major, and no. 21 in A major - in Filharmonia Krakowska concert hall, 1 Zwierzyniecka street and Straszewskiego street, at 7 pm (admission 30 PLN).
September 30th, Sunday: Concert of Johann Strauss’ music features Krakow’s soprano Aleksandra Stoklosa and tenor Jakub Oczkowski plus Obligato orchestra in the Wieliczka Salt Mine’s Komora Dlugosza underground chamber at 4 pm.

Events in Krakow in October 2018 and beyond

Some Worthwhile Temporary Exhibitions in Krakow

Wyspianski.

 The exhibition commemorating Stanislaw Wyspianski (born 1869, died 1907), native of Krakow, one of Poland's greatest painters and designers who was also an outstanding playwright and poet.
The
Krakow National Museum's Main Building at 1. 3 Maja street, till Januaary 20th, 2019.


Krakow Festivals
Krakow Lajkonik parade
Hardly a month passes in Krakow without some time-honored occasion for common festivities or colorful ceremony. Krakow residents have their own unique way of celebrating
Christmas, carnival, Easter etc. The city is also famous in Poland for its many spectacular festivals unknown elsewhere, such as the wild Lajkonik parade (see the picture above). 
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Krakow's music 
The city resounds with music of every kind. Its lively club scene is divided between hip-hop, house, funky, techno, traditional rock and still more traditional jazz. And demanding audience may choose among frequent concerts and recitals of classical music. 
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Krakow Theater
Krakow features prominently on the theater map of Europe. Its legendary National Stary Theater counts among the continent’s best companies of players. As the rest of the city's repertory theaters it runs several playhouses of varied capacity. 
 
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Krakow Nightlife 
There is no shortage of places to drink, eat, and stay merry late into the night in Krakow. 
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Sport in Krakow 
You can see the best soccer in the country. Or try paragliding instead.  
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Krakow's Regular Culture Events
There are over fifty culture festivals in Krakow every single year. Some of them have been held for decades, some are relatively fresh calendar entries. Among the most prestigious such events count the
Music in Old Krakow’ International Festival, the International Biennial of Architecture, the International Graphic Art Triennial, and the Krakow Film Festival. 
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Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine
Museums in Krakow
Krakow boasts the best collections in Poland, and some of its treasures are the envy of every museum in the world. 

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Opera in Krakow 
The new Krakow Opera House, seat of the Krakow Opera Company, boasts three auditoriums, being the city's most popular venue for opera, operetta, and ballet shows. 
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Krakow Folk Traditions
Krakow region has always been rich in colorful folk traditions, handed down from generation to generation, with almost every village cultivating its own set of time-honored customs. Nowadays, as new lifestyles spread, some ancient practices are dead but many flourish. 
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