The theatre Biuro Podróży was founded by Paweł Szkotak in 1988. It has performed all over the world and has become a genuine ambassador of the Polish theatre. The company does not follow the model of a traditional theatre. Most of the performances have been created according to the ideas and texts of Pawel Szkotak and the members of the theatre company. They started from an ironic confrontation with the new reality. With time, an enormous poetic power appeared in their productions, pushing them towards the metaphysics. Biuro Podróży quickly went out into the streets with their shows, accurately predicting the public's rejection of the theatre. Since people didn't want to go into theatre buildings, the theatre went out, confronting them in their everyday places. The search of the theatre's own language resulted in creating the Biuro Podróży's individual acting technique, aesthetics and ways of expression. They had created a place open to artistic experiment. The theatre has shown its productions all over the world, winning many festival prizes (including a prestigious Fringe First at Edinburgh in 1995). "Świniopolis" Director: Paweł Szkotak, Music: Tomasz Rozmianianiec Actors: Grzegorz Artman, Bartosz Borowski, Ewa Karczmarek, Arkadiusz Kos, Marcin Ostrowski, Basia Prondynska, Jarek Siejkowski, Marta Strzałka, Tomek Wazalik, Sebastian Zialiński The latest spectacle is based on George Orwell's "Animal Farm." The atmosphere appears to be friendly and lovable. Pigs seem to live and feel just like people do. They develop the same mutual relations as they build a society and create a town of their own. In the small piglet's mind flickers trust and love to the man - piggie's greatest friend. Innocent games lead to the irreversible miserable existence of pigs. They do not know that the man likes pork sirloin.