Kormorany (The Cormorants) are a legend of the Wrocław underground. The group is now famous for its music for numerous theatrical productions, but in the 1980s they played concerts for their own public in various out-of-the-way and hard-to-reach places: old water towers, closed-down factories, bunkers and the like. This concert, from November 1989, is a bit different from the Cormorants’ norm: It takes place in the open space of the main hall of the Wrocław train station. The performance blends with normal life. Everything still looks like the old days – but there are also some symptoms of change. The most evident of these is the presence of permanent station residents, the homeless who had formerly been barred from public space, but who are no longer being hassled by the police.