28th IATEFL POLAND Conference
Gdańsk, 20-22 September 2019

How to get to the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre from the conference venue?

How to get to the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre from the conference venue?

  1. By tram No 6 (towards ŁOSTOWICE-ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKA – it’s 17 stops about 27 minutes) to the stop Brama Wyżynna 02. Add 5 minutes for a walk towards the tram stop BAŻYŃSKIEGO 02 from the conference venue, and another 5 minutes to get from the stop BRAMA WYŻYNNA 02 to the Theatre. Tram times: 19:00, 19:20)
    Tram timetable - https://ztm.gda.pl/rozklady/linia-6.html

  2. By train (SKM) from Gdańsk Przymorze-Uniwersytet to Gdańsk Śródmieście (train times: 18:51; 19:19) – the train journey – 6 stops takes around 16 minutes, but you need to add 10 minutes to get to the station from the conference venue and another 10 to get to the Theatre.
    SKM timetable http://www.skm.pkp.pl/

For the best public transport alternatives check the website: https://jakdojade.pl/trojmiasto/trasa/

You can buy TICKETS from ticket machines at the stops, or on the bus. You can also buy a mobile ticket that you can have on your mobile phone. More information on https://mzkzg.org/taryfa-biletow-telefonicznych In order to use public transport vehicles based on metropolitan mobile tickets, you need to register in the chosen system: GoPay or jakdojade.pl or moBILET or mPay or SkyCash.

Globe Shakespeare Theatre in Gdańsk

Saturday 21st  September

20.15  Evening Meal (with drinks) … Party, sightseeing of the theatre with a guide,      

           Concert : Pullover

The Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre (Polish: Gdański Teatr Szekspirowski)

It is built on the site of a 17th-century theatre, known as the Fencing School, where English travelling players performed works of English Renaissance theatre. The leading figure in the project to construct the new theatre is Jerzy Limon, a founder of the Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival. It has been built by architect Renato Rizzi in the light of Limon's research which suggests that the Fencing School was modelled on the Fortune Playhouse in London. Though not an attempt at an exact reproduction, the new theatre combines elements from the design of these earlier theatres with modern technology. It opened in September 2014.

International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language

is the organiser of the IATEFL Annual Conference:  

  • Three days of intensive training seminars, plenaries, and discussion groups, live lessons with learners
  • 120+ workshops on new teaching trends and techniques
  • Presentations given by top ELT specialists and writers- meet them in person!
  • Thousands of recent ELT publications on display & sold at generous discounted rates
  • High-quality daytime and evening social programmes
  • Approx.1,000 participants each year
  • Numerous opportunities to make new friends & forge useful business contacts
  • Over 100 items in the free prize draw including summer training courses in Great Britain
  • Wide-range of accommodation organised near the Conference venue to suit your tastes!
  • Up-to-date information and materials available on exam courses and professional bodies
  • Supportive and friendly atmosphere, aided by active monitors and IATEFL Help-desk


E-mail:  conference@iatefl.org.pl
Telephone:  (048) 510865100

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