In Poland on Saint Andrew’s Day we try to predict the future by pouring wax through the keyhole, but do we think that music sounds better on wax? Well, we certainly believe that older songs have a great charm! Great artists will take us to a sentimental journey to the days when Poland enjoyed freshly regained freedom. We will hear the most beutiful hits of interwar Poland; songs from the repertoire of Hanka Ordonówna or Eugeniusz Bodo, written by Henryk Wars, and many more. In the very new, prepared specially for this occasion repertoire, we will find the atmosphere of pre-war cabaret scene Qui Pro Quo, Lviv’s renowned Ul or Crakow’s café. We can feel as in an old cinema thanks to immortal hits from famous Polish movies such as “Kobieta szpieg” (Female spy) or “Piętro wyżej” (One floor up). Andrzej Makal and the whole ensemble will as usual deliver the highest quality performance and cheerful mood.