Fama club, 5 Legionowa Street

May 24, 2023, 18:30
tickets: 30 PLN (presale) / 35 PLN (on the day of the event), available at the Forum cinema’s box office, Ludwik Zamenhof Center’s box office and on bilety.bok.bialystok.pl

May 25, 2023, 12:00, special show for students and elderly citizens
tickets: 15 PLN (on the day of the event), available at the Forum cinema’s box office and Ludwik Zamenhof Center’s box office


We are all familiar with the images of the destruction of the Drama Theater in Mariupol, a devastating example of Russian aggression indifferent to the fate of children, unarmed civilians or simply human lives. The theater used as a shelter was bombed and completely destroyed despite a clear warning about the children inside. Vladimir Putin and his henchmen have declared an all-out war on civilization, humanity and culture, dragging the theater into the middle of the conflict – literally and figuratively.

After the outbreak of war on February 24, 2022, theater director Magda Szpecht decided to return to her first profession – journalism. Abandoning her previous activities, she chose the path of Cyber Elf – fighting Russian trolls, fake news and disinformation. Social platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Telegram, YouTube and others), but also news portals, TV channels and first-hand news have become her daily battlefield and tools for sharing confirmed information. All this to protect the first – and perhaps crucial for the parties excluded from the conflict – front line: the fight for truth taking place in cyberspace.