Jacek Jan Fedorowicz is a Polish satirist and actor. As a student, along with Zbigniew Cybulski and Bogumił Kobiela, he founded the student theatre in Gdańsk. Bim-bom theatre was active between 1954 - 1960. Fedorowicz went on to collaborate with local radio stations and shortly began to work with nationwide newspapers as an author and caricaturist. In the late 1960s, he began working for TVP and was a co-author of different TV shows and soon became known as one of the leading satirists in the country, recognised for his talent to imitate different characters.
After the introduction of martial law in Poland, Fedorowicz decided to discontinue all work with state-controlled television and other media. He became a supporter of Solidarity movement, presenting caricatures and pro-Solidarity drawings in the so-called "church" areas. He aimed to ridicule the regime and he continued his work in the show he is most well-known "Dziennik Telewizyjny".
Hunter shaped Polish heavy metal scene since 1985. An acclaimed underground collective broke into the mainstream scene and created a huge part of music history in Poland.
Ivoirian star Alpha Blondy has certainly earned his reputation as the "enfant terrible" of African reggae. Blondy, who rose to fame with the release of his début album in the early 80's, has now built up a strong following of fans on the European music scene.
Barciś is a well-loved and acclaimed theatre, film and TV actor, director and a supporter of the work of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation. We are sure that meeting him would be a great chance to pick his mind on his art his life, and all in between.