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Professor Michael Jones' talk, based on his most recent book, After Hitler, examines the countdown to the development of a broader global European war and relations between the 'Big Three' - the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union. This talk will explore the tumultuous story of the interaction of these great powers.
Petrushka Studio gives you another chance to catch their sell-out new show, Pippi Longstocking. Immersive, loaded with songs, good fun and creative activities, this is a treat your children won't want to miss!
Join acclaimed and well-loved poets Peter Daniels and Anatoly Movshevich for an evening of thought-provoking discussion and plenty of beautiful poetry, in Russian and English.
Andrei Zvyagintsev's heart-rending 2003 classic, shot around Lake Ladoga and the Gulf of Finland, is the second in our series of free film screenings depicting the north west of Russia, as a reflection on our current exhibition, Richard Davies' Russian Types and Scenes. In Russian with English subtitles.
All translators, at any stage of their careers, are welcome to attend this Russian-to-English translation workshop; the only requirement is fluent English and a good reading knowledge of Russian. We encourage a truly collaborative approach to the workshops which is helpful and hopefully enjoyable.
Andrei Konchalovsky's award-winning 2014 drama, shot around Lake Kenozero, is the third in our series of free film screenings depicting the north west of Russia, as a reflection on our current exhibition, Richard Davies' Russian Types and Scenes. In Russian with English subtitles.
'The North-West' - a series of contemporary films celebrating and exploring the remote, beautiful region Richard Davies captures in our current photography exhibition, Russian Types and Scenes.
Part 4: Zvyagintsev's Leviathan. In Russian with English subtitles; free entry.
Pushkin House was established for the enjoyment, understanding and promotion of Russian culture in all its forms and for the exchange of views in a lively, informal atmosphere, with freedom of speech a core principle.
'Pushkin occupies a unique position in the history of Russian culture, and is treasured by all Russians wherever they may be. He can truly be called the founder of original Russian literature, and at the same time he was receptive to the genius of other nations, both Western and Eastern... We could not have found a more inspiring symbol of our aspirations.’
Pushkin Club Inauguration 1954
Pushkin House is now a politically independent Registered Charity owned and run by the Pushkin House Trust.
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