Sat 28 Sept, 11am-5pm.

Drop in and spend as long as you like!


Come and explore a traditional Polish homestead. Take a journey into the past where you’ll discover the everyday life of our ancestors and participate in a joyful world of rural games and festivities.

Within the homestead are old tools and instruments once used by craftsmen, and play stations (of the analogue kind!) where you can stop and play games together, whatever your age.

Worth special attention are the installations devoted to disappearing crafts and homestead activities such as shredding and pickling cabbage, pottery, threshing and grinding of corn.

There’s also an old wash-house, a smithy where horse shoes are made, an old soap-works and even a privy… that’s a toilet to us!

Everyone can take part in the fun and games, such as catapult, pillow fighting, playing music with saws, riding on a rocking horse, playing on old swings and see-saws and even a wooden gym!

To find out more about the event, check out our artistic director’s blog here.

About the Company

Teatr Wagabunda (Vagabond Theatre) was founded in 2002 by Boguslaw Pobiedzinski. The company has taken part in numerous theatre festivals in Poland and abroad. The performers, among whome there are trained teachers, circus artists, theatre actors, craft makers have years of experience at audience animation.


FUNDER: Global Streets