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Polish Ball: Over half a century of tradition, culture, and solidarity!

With uncontainable excitement, we announce that one of the most prestigious events of the Polish community is soon to take place. The 52nd Polish Ball.

The ceremony will be held on April 20, 2024, promising an unforgettable night filled with Polish culture, music, and elegance. The Polish Ball, which over the years has become synonymous with the celebration of Polishness and an opportunity for gatherings and integration within the Polish community, heralds another edition full of unique attractions. The event is organized on a grand scale, attracting a growing number of participants each year who wish to celebrate together. Traditionally, guests can expect not only exquisite dining and dancing but also musical performances and cultural presentations that highlight the richness of Polish heritage. With joy, WYSPA TV will once again take on the role of reporting this prestigious event. This is the third occasion when the station enables viewing of this special evening, allowing a wider audience to experience the magic of the Polish Ball. Over the years, this event has become an important point on the calendar of Polonia celebrations, attracting individuals from various parts of the world. It is a unique opportunity to pay tribute to Polish traditions, strengthen bonds among participants, and enjoy together until the early hours of the morning in exclusive and historic venues in London.

The Polish Ball is an event with deep roots, reaching back to the 1970, serving as a testament to the remarkable tradition, culture, and solidarity of Poles living abroad. Its history tells a story of striving to preserve Polish identity and culture and support those in need. In 2024, on April 20th, the 52nd edition of this unique event will take place, offering a perfect opportunity to look back at its rich history and significance for the Polish diaspora.

The Polish Ball has always been more than just an occasion for celebration. It is an event that combines elegance, tradition, and a charitable purpose. Held in prestigious locations in London, such as the JW Marriott Grosvenor House on Park Lane, the ball attracts a wide audience - both representatives of the Polish community and friends of Poland from around the world. Each edition of the Ball has its patron, including notable figures such as Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, and the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the United Kingdom, highlighting the event's status and prestige.

One of the most important aspects of the Polish Ball is its charitable mission. The proceeds from the ball are allocated to support various initiatives and charitable organizations that assist those in need, both in Poland and abroad. In 2023, during the 51st edition, the proceeds were donated to the Association for the Disabled and Local Activity "For You" from Pobiedziska, demonstrating how the Ball can genuinely contribute to improving the lives of many people.

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The theme of the Ball often refers to important figures or events from Polish history, further enriching its program and giving it a deeper cultural dimension. For example, in 2023, the theme was Jadwiga of Działyński Zamoyska, a social activist and advocate for women's social engagement, coinciding with the hundredth anniversary of her death. Such references are an important element that allows participants not only to celebrate Polish culture but also to reflect on its history and values.

The Polish Ball is an event that, year after year, confirms its uniqueness and importance for the Polish community in the United Kingdom. It is an opportunity to celebrate Polish culture and history and show solidarity with those who need support. The 52nd edition of the Polish Ball, set to take place on April 20, 2024, will undoubtedly be another chapter in its rich history, bringing unforgettable experiences and support for noble causes.

Editor: Maria Anna Furman

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