More than Theatre

More than Theatre centres around the artistic and social issues relating to the art of the disabled, with a particular focus on theatre and performing arts. Performers include: Compagnie de l’Oiseau-Mouche (France); Teatr 21, CHOREA Theatre, Rafał Urbacki & Anu Czerwiński (Poland); Monster Truck (Germany); and VerTeDance and Archa Theatre (Czech Republic). Tickets to shows are still available. For details, see the Tickets section of our website.

Jan Rosołowski’s photography exhibition The Cry of Existence will be launched on 22 October at 12 noon. The show is on view in the Town Square House at 25 Rynek from 14 October to 13 November. More than Theatre also includes a concert of Na Górze band and Breakfast in Process, a series of conversations with artists and invited guests, designed to open up a space for in-depth reflection on the work methods adopted by various theatre companies. Admission to the exhibition and concert is free.

More than Theatre programme

Exhibition of photography

Cry of Existence

Jan Rosołowski
Cry of Existence, photo Jan Rosołowski
Dance performance


Compagnie de l’Oiseau-Mouche

Corpus, photo Aude-Marie Boudin

Tisha B’Av

Teatr 21

Tisha B’Av, photo Bartek Warzęcha


CHOREA Theatre

Vidomi, photo Alexandra Galambova

Genghis Khan

Monster Truck

Genghis Khan, photo Ramona Zuelke

Protected Species

Rafał Urbacki and Anu Czerwiński

Protected Species, photo Aleksander Joachimiak
Dance performance

Simulante Bande

VerTeDance Company | Archa Theatre

Simulante bande, fot. Vojtech Brtnicky

Waltzing with an Imbecile

Na Górze band
Concert Na Górze, photo Yousef Alzafari
Series of conversations

Breakfast in Process

Śniadania, photo Tobiasz Papuczys


Theatre Olympics roundup

Audiences at the Theatre Olympics

We have a special gallery of festival photos for our audiences.

Peter Brook’s Battlefield to conclude the Theatre Olympics

Peter Brook’s and Marie-Hélène Estienne’s The Battlefield, staged on 12–13 November, will conclude the Wrocław Theatre Olympics.