ZAMEK Culture Centre


Needless to say, artists,, animators and businesses based in St. Martin street—restaurant and cafes in particular—are also contributing to the name-day celebrations and will be happy to see you all there.


Atelier of the Łazęga Poznańska
Association – exhibitions and portrait studio

10.00-21.00, Atelier Stowarzyszenia Łazęga Poznańska, ul. Św. Marcin 75 (courtyard), free entry

The historic pavilion of the former Foto-Wimar parlour will be venue to the following exhibitions: Poznań, Posen, Pojzn – The People of Poznań in Old Photographs  and  In Remembrance – The Cemeteries of Poznań. The host, photographer Maciej Krajewski, welcomes visitors to have their photographic portrait made—solo or with their family.

interactive art installation
10.00-22.00, Kołorking Muzyczny, ul. Św. Marcin 75 (window), free entry

Giant eyes and mouth responding to the sound environment make up the interactive installation by Robert Gogol. You will be able to see it in the window of Kołorking Muzyczny.

The Women of St. Martin’s – exhibition
11.00-18.00, Towarzystwo Wiedzy Powszechnej, ul. Św. Marcin 69 (courtyard), free entry

Learn about the women associated with St. Martin street at an exhibition in the courtyard of one of the most beautiful tenement houses in Poznań.

Images from the series I’ll be Waiting for You
– guided tour of exhibition
16.00-18.00, Galeria Jak, ul. Św. Marcin 37 (courtyard), free entry

Galeria Jak is pleased to invite you to an exhibition of Paweł Kaszczyński, whose image-action made for the gallery analyzes the phenomenalities, significations and multidimensionality of light.


Bistro Polka


ul. Św. Marcin 76

The menu created specially for the Street Name Day includes goose, blood soup, St. Martin’s croissants and bread of the bistro’s own baking.

Cafe La Ruina i Raj


ul. Św. Marcin 34

Among the famed cheesecakes of Monika’s there will be a premiere delicacy: an entirely new St. Martin’s cheesecake, which henceforth will be made only once a year—to celebrate this very day.

Pizza a Pezzi


ul. Ratajczaka 36

Once you’ve had your fill of sweet croissants, drop in for a pizza. To celebrate the Street Name Dame, two slices and a drink are 15% off.

Hotel NH Poznań


ul. Św. Marcin 67

It has already become a tradition at the NH Hotel: St. Martin’s Day means goose! Our chef will be happy to see you try other delicious dishes as well.

Restauracja Bankcook

ul. Św. Marcin 58/64

Autumn is served! We’re testing a new item on the menu: Kha Ped, duck’s leg with coloured potato crisps and Thai soup with shrimp to warm you up—at a special price.

Hyćka Klub


ul. Św. Marcin 69, wejście w bramie

To celebrate the Street Name Day, you’ll find goose and Polish wines will be served at Hyćka, plus there will be something sweet and hot to go with every order.

Hotel Altus

Hotel Altus Poznań Old Town, ul. Św. Marcin 40

An almost bird’s-eye view of St. Martin street and specially prepared regional delicacies is how we’ll celebrate the Street Name Day at the #projektalfa restaurant.

Kocimiętka − Kocia Kawiarnia

ul. Ratajczaka 18, basement of the Apollo Cinema building
All-day Tea Party with the Mad Hatter and the Cheshire cat as patron; the proceeds go towards adopted cats.  Fancy dress and headwear drawing on Alice in Wonderland most welcome. Aleksandra Idkowska will be performing live at 7 p.m.

The Cinema Hall (1st floor), tickets: PLN 12

16.00 | Corpus Christi, dir. Jan Komasa, Poland, 2019, 115’
18.15 | Mr. Jones, dir. Agnieszka Holland, Poland, Ukraine, Great Britain, 2019, 119’
20.30 | Ikar. Legenda Mietka Kosza, dir. Maciej Pieprzyca, Poland, 2019, 119’


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