Erotic review 24th Feb 6.30pm


The Erotic review will be hosting an evening of readings and discussion on the 24th of February at 6.30pm.

A distinguished panel of writers and thinkers will take part in a lively, entertaining and thought provoking evening.

Drinks will be served beforehand and a reasonably priced menu will be available in the restaurant afterwards for those who have worked up a bit of hunger.

Tickets can be reserved by emailing the Erotic review or can be purchased on the door.

Should be Fun!

Erotic review



Poszukujemy: Asystenta/Asystentki Głównego Menadżera.


aktualna oferta pracy


Szukamy osoby samodzielnej, dynamicznej i komunikatywnej z dużym doświadczeniem w branży restauracyjnej.



– doświadczenie na stanowisku menadżerskim,

– płynna znajomość języka angielskiego i polskiego,

– zangażowanie i dyspozycyjność. 


Zapraszamy do nadsyłania CV na adres lub składania podań w siedzibie restauracji.


Award-winning ‘Ida’ Screening at Ognisko

 20th January ’15 at 7.30pm

”Ida has something of the classic Polish film school, along with touches of Béla Tarr and Aki Kaurismäki. Ida is a compelling film that achieves a great deal in a short time. The performances are superb and the sense of location and period miraculous. It could be Pawlikowski’s masterpiece – but I sense this director, who is just 57, still has more to say.” Peter Bradshaw’s film of the week, Guardian

”Ida is an immersive and thought-provoking film that leaves space, visually and intellectually, for the moviegoer to experience and interpret the film as they see fit. At a rather sparse 80-minute running time, Ida is a film that leaves you feeling as if you’d like to have more times with these characters in an effort to better understand their lives and their choices. It is a film that lingers in your mind and in your thoughts long after the closing credits have rolled.” Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

TICKETS available on the door & online at .

CALL 020 7589 4670  to BUY TICKETS or 020 7589 0101 for MORE INFO. 

Beats Of Freedom Screening at Ognisko


11th September ’14 @7pm – £10 at the door or contact 020 7589 0101 to buy tickets.

How Punk Conquered Communism

A timely screening at Ognisko about the music that not only brought literal “beats of freedom” to Poland, but also shows an area of Polish cultural life that had a little more independence.

This popular and thought provoking rock documentary, narrated by Chris Salewicz, focuses on the incredible way that music in Poland managed to thrive despite the suppression.

Taking an unflinching look at the three decades following the end of the war. It shows how radical rock counter-culture smashed through the iron curtain of Communist Poland. With secret messages and codes imbued in the lyrics, Tomek Lipinski recalls how in the 1950′s Poland was like “one big prison.”


With the somewhat sinister under current emitting from the Baltic region, what better way to focus the mind and strengthen the sinews than with a glass of vodka here at Ognisko at the Polish Hearth Club, a home for émigrés. A perfect place for celebrating the indomitable spirit and energy of those who lived and worked through this toughest of Polish times.

Introduced by the Narrator Chris salewiccz with a Q&A