В программу войдут детские развивающие песенки, которые будут сопровождаться веселыми играми, креативная поделка "Тыковка", которую каждый ребенок украсит индивидуально и заберет домой, а также спектакль "Свинка Пеппа и Джордж отмечают Хеллоуин". Возраст детишек : до 3.5 лет. Время проведения : 11.00-12.00 и 12.15-13.15. На русском языке.
As part of the Bloomsbury Festival, Pushkin House has the pleasure of introducing Brigitte Subkov a talented young pianist from St. Petersburg. She will be giving a commemorative piano recital on the theme of Composers in Exile, as part of our series of events marking the Centenary of the Russian revolution. She will be playing a programme of Rachmaninov, Scriabin and Prokofiev.
Cellist Alexey Sarkissov and pianist Alexander Karpeyev present a programme of Russian classical composers, who were suppressed during the Communist regime or had to leave the country altogether. The programme includes Grechaninov’s rarely-performed Sonata for cello and piano, Stravinsky’s Suite Italienne and the dramatic sonata by Shostakovich written months before his music was condemned by the Soviet government.
Pushkin House and Kino Klassika present John Leman Riley in conversation with conductor Frank Strobel, ahead of a historic screening of October two days later at the Barbican accompanied by a full symphony orchestra playing Oliver Meisel's original 1928 score that Frank will conduct.
During the Soviet era, poetry became a dangerous, subversive activity. This discussion between leading translator of Russian poetry Robert Chandler, curator of Pushkin House pavilion 101st km: Onwards and Everywhere, Markus Lähteenmäki, and Pushkin House Director Clementine Cecil, will explore the lives, fate and work of Soviet poets who lived in internal exile or who emigrated. In English.
A talk by Andrea Gullotta about "Beauty in Hell: Culture in the Gulag", a virtual exhibition on the cultural resistance by the prisoners of the Solovki Prison Camp. In English. This is a Pushkin Club event and all are welcome.
Artemy Troitsky gives a fresh, personal take on the overlooked chapters of Russia's past which give new insight into its present and its future. In English.
Join us for a screening of the Satirikon Theatre's production of The Seagull. Anton Chekhov’s first of four major plays dramatizes the romantic and artistic conflicts between its four main characters: Boris Trigorin, a well-known writer, the ingenue Nina, the fading actress Irina Arkadina, and her son the would-be playwright Konstantin Tréplev. In Russian with English subtitles.
2017 marks 100 years since the Russian Revolution of 1917, which changed people’s values, affected culture and made an impact on Russian heritage worldwide. Here in Pushkin house which welcomes people from diverse backgrounds we will have a special event of sharing the immigrant’s stories with the audience bringing together the Russian descendants of today. In English and Russian.
Marking the publication of HH Princess Olga Romanff's memoirs in early October this year we are joined by the author to discuss her life, upbringing and experience of life in Britain. Followed by book signing. In English. This event is organised in collaboration with Russian Art & Culture. THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT