Интерактивный утренник в группе раннего развития будет посвящен Великому празднику Пасха. Малышей ожидают лесные звери- Зайка и Медвежонок. Которые познакомят их с секретами приготовления вкусного Кулича, а также с помощью малышей будут искать пасхальные яйца. В утреннике задействованы логопедические песенки, музыкальные инструменты и творческие материалы. 3 слота, продолжительность 1 час.
After the huge success of their first CD launch concert at Pushkin House, Gamma Majoris is delighted to be back for the second concert of the 'Russian Serenade' CD presentation series. You will hear most wonderful songs by Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky arranged for soprano and piano trio by Gamma Majoris.
Oleg Budnitsky, 2018 Pushkin House Book Prize judge, will be at Pushkin House for an evening dedicated to discussing Vasily Grossman's notebooks as a source for the history of the war, as a source for his novels and as a literary work in their own right. This event is part of our Grossman Season.
In Russian and English.
Join author Hamid Ismailov and translator Donald Rayfield, in conversation with journalist Rosie Goldsmith about Ismaillov's latest novel, a masterful marriage of contemporary international fiction and Central Asian literary traditions. With a short introduction by Jemimah Steinfeld, Deputy Editor of Index on Censorship.
Pushkin House's monthly workshop, led by top translator Robert Chandler. 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.
In English (with some Russian).
Pushkin House and Stage Russia HD present a premiere screening of Red Torch Theatre's THE THREE SISTERS. Timofey Kulyabin, the 32 year old wunderkind artistic director of the Red Torch Theatre in Novosibirsk, has taken this classic work and reinvented it as an epic parable about finding harmony through suffering. The entire cast, save for one, communicate throughout the performance solely in sign language.
Presented in sign Language with Russian Subtitles.
A stunning reflection on art, religion and national identity, The Rehearsals is the seminal work in the unique oeuvre of Vladimir Sharov, now widely acknowledged as one of the outstanding Russian writers of the past half-century. To mark the first English translation of this novel, Sharov will be joined by his translator Oliver Ready and the critic Anna Aslanyan for a discussion and reading.
In Russian and English.
Irina Flige will be talking about her experience of running "Memorial" in St Petersburg and outline their activities, the difficulties they face, and their successes. This is joint event of Pushkin Club and Rights in Russia and all are welcome.
In Russian with English translation.
A talk from feminist art critic and academic Professor Katy Deepwell about the work of artist, writer and committed communist Pearl Binder, and her depictions of everyday life in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and '30s. This event is part of our current exhibition - On The Eve, by Victoria Lomasko.
A vodka-tasting led by our expert Tanya Nesterova who will talk about the history and production of vodka, its importance and significance today. You will taste samples of the most premeum vodka on the market and try some Russian style 'nastoyka', all accompanied by pickles from the Russian Street Food restaurant ZIMA.