Fringe Festival is the largest art festival in the world. In more than 400 locations in the center of Edinburgh there are countless events, theater performances, music, art, film shows, etc. The heart of the festival is in the Royal Mile where crowds of tourists enjoy the event from morning till night. In August, each year 400 thousand residents of Edinburgh welcome more than a million tourists from around the world. But Fringe Festival is not only street performance, it is also a great opportunity to visit hundreds of theaters, galleries, exhibition halls and concert.
One of them was Piotrowski’s exhibition located in a beautiful nineteenth century building on the prestigious George Street. He had the pleasure to host hundreds of visitors, among them the consuls of Japan, Austria, Poland, but also the director of the festival as well as many other distinguished personalities present these days in the capital of Scotland. The most important person visiting the exhibition was the doyen of the festival – the same who invited Tadeusz Kantor’s Festival in the 1960s, which led to the international popularity of the play “The Dead Class”.