Visit the Wyspiański Silesian Theatre
The modernist Wyspiański Silesian Theatre (Pol. Teatr Śląski im. Stanisława Wyspiańskiego) was designed by a famous German theater architect Carol Moritz of Cologne at the beginning of the 20th century. Back then, the Silesian province belonged to Germany. The theater is located in the market square and is the largest building dedicated to dramatic arts in the region. It was named after a Polish writer and painter from the modernist period, who included in his work many themes of the folk tradition. Nowadays, the theater stages both Polish and foreign dramas and comedies, mixing the tradition with contemporary theatrical movements.
Wyspiański Silesian Theatre, Rynek 10, Katowice, Poland, +48 32 258 72 51