Sergey Sologub's new exhibition promises to be a surreal fusion of ordinary landscapes, seen through a filter of science fiction.
An afternoon of animated film and story-telling, cartoons and poetry reading for children aged five and upwards.
A discussion to explore the differences and similarities between British and Russian illustrated children’s literature.
Elvira Pyrkova, a graduate of the best Russian art schools and now a UK resident, will hold an exhibition on Kensington High Street.
Moscow’s Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre puts a modern twist on Alexander Pushkin’s novel in verse.
Young Russian opera singer Venera Gimadieva, hailed as the star of the Bolshoi theatre in Moscow, lends her voice to the un-sung beauty of Tartar music.
An evening of tasting, drinking and learning about the origins of some of Russia’s signature dishes accompanied by Russian vodka and music.
A free lunchtime concert of Mozart and Chopin with award-winning pianist Natalia Sokolovskaya.