2019 performancesWe kindly invite you to Brave Kids performances. The programme of Brave Kids 10th edition is available HERE.


The Grand Finale of Brave Kids 10th edition

7th & 9th July in The Polish Theatre in Wroclaw!

100 young artists will perform twice on the largest stage of The Polish Theatre. They are brave, talented and enthusiastic kids and teenagers and after 10 days spent together already sharing a strong friendship. They come from different parts of the world, live on different continents, both in remote and nearby  places – often in conflict areas, underprivileged and at risk. The audience will have the chance to admire a great show performed by young musicians playing their traditional instruments from South Korea, dancers and musicians from the largest slums of the capital of Kenya, dancers from Iran, Kazakhstan and India, both from Dehradum in the Himalayas and from Mumbai, presenting their cultural heritage. The show will be strengthened by great circus artists from Palestine, Nicaragua and a local group from Wroclaw. Young amateurs of theatre and drama from Hong Kong will present their reflections of home, whereas youth from Aleppo in Syria and Donbass in Eastern Ukraine will share with the audience what it means to lose safety and home in war. A variety of performances will be supported by young artists from the Peruvian Andes and from El Salado in Colombia with their colorful costumes, dance and music. There will also be European elements - this year, apart from the Wrocław group, kids and teenagers from foster facilities in Slovak Michałowice as well as from Mogilev in Belarus will also perform on stage.

Cultural multiplicity, various traditions and a variety of remarkable artistic techniques in one show serve to create an exceptional event full of emotion and pure beauty.

Director of the Brave Kids Grand Finale: Mary Sadowska
Choreographer of Grand Finale: Mateusz Mefo Godlewski
Artistic Instructors: Gabriel Almagro, Arash Fattahi Marnani, Creo Kellab, Justyna Król, Kinga Maciejewska, Ashu Satvika Goyal, Jolanta Sikorska
Scenography: Barbara Szymczak
Visualisations: Agnieszka Waszczeniuk
Light director: Wojciech Maniewski
Producer: Justyna Warecka