The history of Polish sport and the Olympics will be on display alongside cultural activities at Poland’s Olympic House, at the Polish Social and Cultural Association building in West London.
The events will kick-off in the venue’s jazz club with a Polish broadcast of the Olympic Opening Ceremony on 27 July, which will be followed on 28 July with a concert by singer Janusz Radek.
The highlight of Poland’s house will be the incredible art exhibitions that will chronicle 124 years of Polish sport from the Polish Olympic Committee, and winning works from the Sport in Arts competition run by the Society of Polish Olympic Games Participants.
There will also be a number of concerts, exhibitions and also the opportunity to watch showings of Polish films and documentaries. Plus, the Polish Tourist Centre will also display a tourism exhibition called Poland Welcomes You.
The events will all be centred on King Street in Hammersmith, which is known as POSK and is already home to Polish cultural activities. Events run through August 12. Entrance is free but will be ticketed, with a ticket office onsite.