Theme parties & dinners

Gala dinner in the Royal Castle

- The castle was built when Polish King Zygmunt III Waza transferred the capital from Kraków to Warsaw. Italian architects designed an early Baroque royal residence. The previously existing buildings were incorporated into the new complex. It was then rebuilt several times, and razed to the ground by Germans during World War II. The detailed reconstruction was only completed in 1983. We offer a special tour of the castle followed by dinner in the royal interiors, accompanied by chamber music. Maximum capacity: 400.

Gala dinner in Wilanów

- The palace was built as a small Versailles as the residence of King Jan III Sobieski in the 17th century. The architecture of the entre-court et maison is the only one of its kind in Poland. The interior is arranged as a museum. You can see here the Gallery of Polish Portraits, the Great Purple Chamber (dining room), the Etrusque Cabinet and private royal rooms. Surrounding the house is a park designed in a variety of styles. We offer you a special tour of the palace and park followed by a concert and elegant dinner in the White Chamber. Maximum capacity: 70.

Caviar party in the Palace of Culture & Science

- Dominating the city skyline, the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw is the defining icon of the city. It is the tallest and largest structure in Poland, on the 30th floor there is a viewing platform with a panoramic view of the city. Commissioned by Stalin as a “gift from the Soviet people”, it was originally interpreted as a reminder from Moscow that Big Brother really was watching. We offer you here a simple socialist party in the company of “Big Brother”. As an option, we can arrange a concert by an Orthodox choir. Maximum capacity: 1000.

Łowicz wedding reception

- Western Mazowsze is a region of beautiful nature, folk art, country manors, old churches and museums. ?owicz is known thanks to the local art museum full of typical costumes from the 19th and 20th century, paper cuttings and embroidery. A wedding reception organised in an open-air museum gives guests the opportunity to take part in celebrating a country wedding. During the reception, guests will dance with other participants, and watch and experience local customs, taste specialities of local cuisine, and get sugar-glazed gingerbread as a farewell gift. Maximum capacity: 180.

Narrow-gauge train through the Kampinoski National Park

- Excursion to the Kampinoski National Park, a short visit to the museum of narrow gauge trains in Sochaczew. Then a journey onboard a narrow-gauge train through the Kampinos primeval forest. Live entertainment by a musical band is provided on the train. Then, picnic in a meadow with a campfire, surrounded by forest. Polish specialities like roast sausage, bigos, tasting of a variety of Polish vodkas, and a folklore show.

"Welcome Europe" Revue

- This memorable evening will take place in the “Sabat” music hall theatre run by the outstanding Polish dancer, choreographer and director Ma?gorzata Potocka. The interior of this theatre, furnished in Art Noveau style, takes you back to the atmosphere of Toulouse-Lautrec’s paintings, and is a perfect combination of Paris bohemian cafe and Polish pre-war cabaret. The “Welcome Europe” Revue is a journey through European countries in music and ballet pictures, ended by a Polish section including Polish hits combined with Polish folk music and dance in contemporary choreography. A dinner can precede the show. Maximum capacity: 250.

Gala at the Warsaw University of Technology

- The Warsaw University of Technology is situated in the centre of Warsaw. It is a magnificent venue: a building constructed in 1900. Inside: a patio surrounded by three floors of Eclectic balconies and a glassed roof. Dinner is accompanied by a performance by “The Art Color Ballet” combining elements of dancing, play of light, colours and music. “The Art Color Ballet” represents a new approach to a modern style, its choreography featuring diverse components from classical ballet and modern jazz to ethnic influences. Maximum capacity: 600.

Evening in the Opera

- The Polish National Opera in Warsaw continues its 200-year tradition and has in its repertoire the best operas by Beethoven, Bizet, Donizetti, Gounod, Mozart, Offenbach, Prokofiev, Puccini, Rossini, Shostakovich, Richard Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Verdi and Wagner. as well as the operas composed by Polish composers – from Karol Kurpi?ski, through Stanis?aw Moniuszko to Krzysztof Penderecki. The Warsaw Opera offers top quality performances and has its seat in a very prestigious building. The opera or ballet performance will be followed by a cocktail party in the beautiful foyers of the theatre. Maximum capacity: 900.

Gala dinner in the Primate's Palace

- The 16th-century Primate’s Palace, located in the heart of the Warsaw Old Town, is one of the most interesting architectural locations in the city. The palace’s chambers have witnessed many celebrations and important meetings. A banquet or dinner here with the accompaniment of chamber music will be an unforgettable experience. Maximum capacity: 330.

Krupnicza 3

31-123 Kraków

tel. +48 12 422 58 40

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