Workshops with Stella Polaris
A Norwegian theater group has returned to Goleniow to work intensively with the Teatr Brama team and the local community on a second major production as part of the InHUBitant project.
A Norwegian theater group has returned to Goleniow to work intensively with the Brama Theater team and the local community on the second major production under the InHUBitant project. Together with a group of children, teenagers and adults
Together with a group of children, teenagers and adults, we are practicing singing, dancing and acting under the direction of Stella Polaris artists.
The results of this work will be seen at the end of the summer vacation in Goleniow, during the opening of the Bramat festival.
Bramat Festival. Soon, on August 31, we will see the effects.
Preparations are underway for the play VENDLAND.
“Vendland” is the story of King Olav of Norway and the land of Vendland at the end of the 10th century.
Slavic-Viking love, struggle and spirituality are told through elements of circus, stage combat techniques and song.
Circus, stage combat techniques, songs, dances and rituals.
Polish-Norwegian cooperation within the framework of the InHUBitant – Creative Communit
Evolution project takes place thanks to funds from the EEA Funds, which are the contribution of
Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein to strengthening European values and eliminating socio-
economic inequalities in the EU member states from Central and Eastern Europe. The Culture
Program also makes it possible to strengthen ties between the cooperating countries. In the case
of the InHUBitant project, cooperation will take place on three levels of exchange between the
Teatr Brama and the Stella Polaris Theater.
The project is co-financed by the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism 2014 – 2021
within the framework of the “Culture” Program.