BANGKOK — Colorful traditional costumes and vivid tunes will merge in Polish folk dance performances on Thursday.

Thought it’s rare to see Polish traditional dance in Thailand, award-winning dance troupe Jedliniok will fly from Wroclaw, Poland, to show Bangkok their national and regional routines, songs and costumes.

Established in 1975, Jedliniok is comprised of students from Wroclaw who perform Silesian folklore, dances from Polish regions such as Beskid Zywiecki, and national dances such as polonaise.

The group will also perform April 24 at the opening ceremony of Polish Art and Culture Week at Chulalongkorn University.


Tickets are 700 baht. Information about reservations can be found online.

Proceeds will go to The Gift of Life Foundation, which supports patients with rare blood diseases.


The performance will start from 4pm at Sala Sudasiri Sobha in Soi Ladprao 41. The nearest MRT station is Lat Phrao.