The museum's new display reveals twenty years of radical and revolutionary designs for performance against the backdrop of the First World War and the Russian Revolutions.

Mayfair is overflowing with fancy restaurants and retailers. It’s also home to at least three dedicated Russian galleries and two very special shops. You can pass them all on this winding walk.

Stars have shone on the tsarist-era stage for more than two centuries

A story of science and sacrifice is given a musical makeover

Bolshoi-trained Moscow Dance Company explores the life and death of singer Amy Winehouse

Exploring the significance of the First World War on Russia 

An influential group of Russian artists, little known to Western audiences, is recognised in a new exhibition in London

A pop-up ‘Dacha’ presenting a modern vision of foods from former Soviet Union cultures, mixing authenticity with British ingredients

A composer’s widow and international artists create a London celebration of music by Rachmaninov and Shostakovich

The magic of Dziga Vertov’s ground-breaking film appeals to modern audiences more than ever, writes Phoebe Taplin