The creator of the Sabat Revue Theatre and of stage and television performances, enjoying unflagging popularity and recognition in Poland and abroad. Winner of many awards, decorated, among others, Golden Cross of Merit for popularising Polish culture around the world. Her pupils dance on the stages of the most famous Parisian cabarets, among them "Moulin Rouge" and "Lido". A graduate of the Warsaw Ballet School, a scholarship holder of the Broadway Dance School and the Parisian Revue, an outstanding dancer, choreographer and director - founder of the first modern dance group, SABAT in Poland, who has had a long enormously popular career. The SABAT has been a frequent guest of television programs and participated in many concerts and shows. The originality of the style, the unique combination of expression and femininity also quickly began to gain recognition and admiration on the international scene. SABAT, presenting Polish culture, has appeared on many stages around the world with performances in Vienna, Berlin, New York, Las Vegas, London, Bangkok, Rome, Stockholm and many other cities. Małgorzata Potocka's ensemble also took part in concerts with stars: Ray Charles, Donna Summers, The Platters and Village People. Małgorzata Potocka was an exceptional dancer, combining femininity with extraordinary temperament and expression. Traveling with her ensemble around the world, she experienced many unusual and interesting adventures, one of which turned out to be very dramatic. In 1985, during the performances with the SABAT ballet group and Wojciech Gąssowski on board the ship, "Achille Lauro", the ship was attacked by Palestinian terrorists. It was a terrifying and tragic event that had an effect on her future life. She decided that if she survived, she would create the first post war Revue stage in her country.
In 1994, at the initiative of Małgorzata Potocka, the Tango Club was established, which became the most prestigious place in Warsaw and functioned until November 1999. In 2001, Małgorzata Potocka created the Sabat Theatre, the first and only Revue theater in Poland, in which many great performances with the highest international reputation were created. A performance was created for Poland's accession to the European Union, shown in Paris at the headquarters of UNESCO. Other shows played in Poland under the patronage of the Polish Presidency of the EU Council were, "Kisses from Europe", "Hollywood on Foksal", "Review Forever" and many more. On the occasion of Chopin Year, the artist prepared, "Rendez vous avec Chopin" – a ballet interpretation of Fryderyk Chopin's piano work. In 2013, an operetta scene was additionally created in the Sabat Theatre with a captivating spectacle, "Bo To Jest Miłość". 2016 was the year of the jubilee revue, "The Best of Sabat", which is a compilation of the greatest hits from several years of theater activity which with unflagging popularity plays to this day. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of regaining Polish independence, Małgorzata Potocka created the play "The 1920's the 1930's", perfectly reflecting the spirit and beauty of the interwar showstoppers of Warsaw stages in new musical arrangements.
Małgorzata Potocka is the heart of the theatre and she is the host of the evening at each performance. She cares about the exceptional contact she has with her audience and does not cease in her work at the Sabat Theatre which was created from her passion and love for dancing.
The press hailed her - the Queen of Polish Revue.