The Jan Kochanowski Public Theater in Radom invites you to another encounter with the work of Witold Gombrowicz. This time, actors from the Radom theater will present the story entitled “Bankiet” (Banquet). It is a grotesque and humorous portrayal of a “court” that wants to hide the flaws of its ruler. The meeting will take place on Monday, November 13, 2023, at the Kotłownia Stage. It will start at 6 PM. To celebrate the wedding of King Gnul and Princess Renata Adelaide from a wealthy kingdom, a splendid banquet will be held, with the invitation extended only to the noblest individuals in the kingdom. But will it be just an ordinary and boring reception? We assure you that it won’t be! Join us for a feast full of grotesque and irony, during which we will reflect on what form is and whether one can escape it – assures Anna Pietruszka from the Radom theater. The story will be presented by actors: Katarzyna Dorosińska, Agnieszka Grębosz, Joanna Jędrejek, Milena Jóźwiak, Joanna Zagórska, and Cezary Domagała. Directed by Agnieszka Pilaszewska. Agnieszka Pilaszewska is a Polish theater and film actress and scriptwriter. She is a graduate of the Warsaw Academy of Dramatic Arts. She has collaborated with directors such as Gustaw Holoubek, Wojciech Młynarski, Barbara Borys-Damięcka, and Maciej Englert. Since 2005, she has been an actress at the Contemporary Theater in Warsaw. She is widely known to the public for her roles in TV series such as “Miodowe lata” (Honey Years), “Barwy szczęścia” (Colors of Happiness), “Glina” (The Clay), and “Na dobre i na złe” (For Better and for Worse). She is the author of the script for the series “Przepis na życie” (Recipe for Life) and co-wrote the script for the series “Ultraviolet”. After the reading, there will be a discussion with the director and actors about the text and more – invites Anna Pietruszka from the Jan Kochanowski Public Theater in Radom. Admission to the reading is a symbolic 1 PLN. Tickets can be purchased at the Theater box office, on the website, or before the event itself! Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund and the Radom City Municipality.