Is there a place for Satan in a world without God? Woland and his mysterious entourage come to Soviet Russia in the 1930s. To a world full of oppression, where metaphysical trade with the Devil seems to be the only real chance to regain freedom. Nothing is for free, however, just as nothing is given to man once and for all. How will our today’s  reality be seen in The Master and Margarita? In a novel whose power of imagination becomes a tunnel to philosophical thoughts interwoven with the element of fun?

A masterpiece of world literature staged by Janusz Opryński allows us to rediscover the attractive complexity of the world of Mikhail Bulgakov. A world where light cannot exist without darkness, just as good is not born without evil.