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"Divine Fire" about Chopin & Sand at POSK Theatre

"Divine Fire" about Chopin & Sand at POSK Theatre

Unique show starring the National Theatre actress Susan Porrett and music by Viv McLean

Safe return of audiences to POSK

Safe return of audiences to POSK

We adopted a number of 'See It Safely' measures to ensure your safety

Halima Nałęcz & Her Artists at POSK Gallery

Halima Nałęcz & Her Artists at POSK Gallery

A unique exhibition opening on 28th August

We're recruiting - work at POSK!

We're recruiting - work at POSK!

We're recruiting Customer Services Representatives & Front of House Assistants

Katy Carr and Polish-British Stories for Polish Heritage Days 2021

Katy Carr and Polish-British Stories for Polish Heritage Days 2021

Special one-off concert as part of POSK Online

Luft x Glowacki in POSK Online

Luft x Glowacki in POSK Online

A special Latin jazz concert on Thursday, 5th November, 7.30pm

Introducing POSK Online

Introducing POSK Online

Starting this Thursday with an extraordinary Chopin concert - online, for free!

Limited operations due to COVID-19

Limited operations due to COVID-19

Please check the latest status before your visit

POSK Cinema named Best Film Society of the Year

POSK Cinema named Best Film Society of the Year

We won a prestigious award from Cinema for All!

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Halima Nałęcz & Her Artists at POSK Gallery

For years Halima Nałęcz's "Drian Galleries" shaped the cultural life of post-war London and POSK Gallery marks her legacy with a special one-off exhibition that coincides with the Westminster Council's decision to install a Green Plaque in honour of her life.

Halina Nałęcz & Her Artists

28th August - 8th October 2021
Free entry


Opened in 1957, the Drian Gallery (later renamed the Drian Galleries) was one of the few London contemporary art galleries where lesser-known avant-garde artists could present their work to a wider public.

The exhibition includes works by: Yaacov Agam, Denis Bowen, William Crozier, Andrzej Kuhn, Franciszka Themerson, Feliks Topolski, Marek Żuławski and others.

"Halima Nalecz forged her own path through the London art scene of the 1960s and worked for more than 40 years as a promoter of new and emerging artists. During this time she helped to jump-start many important careers as well as being an accomplished artist herself." - The Guardian


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