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Weekend in St. Petersburg: welcome spring

Weekend in St. Petersburg: welcome spring

Weekend in St. Petersburg: welcome spring

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Winter is coming to an end, and the last February weekend is approaching. We hope that real spring will come to St. Petersburg very soon, and for this we need to spend the winter properly in our best traditions. Shrovetide, carnival and interesting exhibitions – that’s what a diverse selection of events Rosbalt has prepared for you for the next week!

In our world, miracles happen, unfortunately, not as often as we would like. However, it is necessary to believe in miracles for both adults and children! Rosbalt invites young readers to feel like the creators of their own performance.

Little theater “Lighthouse”. Animal Carnival

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Library “Okhta-8” on February 27 will be transformed beyond recognition and become the place where miracles happen. Young visitors will be able to participate in creating their own performance.

Visitors to the Mayak Theater will be able to become a full-fledged theater troupe and get a little closer to the life of the theater. Plunging into the backstage, guests will play the roles of directors, decorators, screenwriters, actors and costume designers. They will also meet Camille Saint-Saens. Once the composer wrote a suite and performed it with his students. This is how the cheerful carnival of animals was born, in which musical instruments convey the voices of numerous inhabitants of the jungle.

The events will take place from 13:00 to 15:00. Admission is free, registration required.

Maslenitsa in the Bogoslovka ethnopark

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A big and cheerful holiday, which every year is celebrated by the inhabitants of the country in every home – Maslenitsa. In order for spring to come quickly, you need to eat plenty of pancakes, sing funny songs, spin big round dances and, of course, burn a scarecrow!

This year the Bogoslovka ethnic park will be especially active in Maslenitsa, even if it is in advance. They prepared an exciting entertainment program in the best traditions of pagan holidays.

On February 27 and March 5, visitors will enjoy festivities and fun in the open air: dances, games, festive treats and songs. Of course, everyone will be able to try the traditional dish – delicious hot pancakes. The duration of the program is 2 hours. The tour is for children from 6 to 17 years old.

Seats are limited, check availability and book in advance. Check the website for details.

Premiere of the Movie Almanac “Living Memories. Season 2″

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On Thursday, March 3, at the Angleterre cinema at 19:00, the premiere of the large media project Living Memories will take place. This is an event dedicated to the history and cultural heritage of Russia.

A fascinating film-journey immerses the viewer into the past of Russia in the 19th–20th centuries. It comes to life in the personal, sometimes intimate memories of its prominent figures. “Living Memories” is a mixture of the genres of a one-man show, author’s animation and a documentary series.

The project consists of 10 episodes, which last 7-13 minutes. The plot is based on the personal testimony of writers, composers, artists, members of the royal family, and public figures of that period. This is a unique chance to see the past through the eyes of eyewitnesses.

In the second season, you will hear and see the memories of Fyodor Dostoevsky, daughter of Leo Tolstoy, engineer and philanthropist Pyotr Pertsov, peasant Pavel Zaitsev. The faces and voices of season 2 were Inna Churikova, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, Polina Agureeva, Victoria Isakova, Igor Petrenko, Anton Shagin, Vladislav Vetrov, Alexander Klyukvin, Alexander Korshunov.

Check out the details on Instagram.

Exhibition “ABC Time”

Until April 10, KGallery will host an unusual exhibition called ABC Time. This event will definitely be interesting for both adults and children!

We all read the ABC in early childhood, and we are unlikely to suddenly want to re-read it. We all know the letters, but we don’t know that the alphabet can be not only a teaching aid, but also a work of art.

The ABC Time exhibition presents the ABC from the other side, collecting graphic masterpieces by Elizaveta Bem, Alexander Benois, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Ilya Kabakov and other famous artists. KGallery displays alphabets of the 20th-21st centuries designed by famous artists. In addition to books, the exposition includes individual graphic sheets.

As part of the exhibition, lectures, art breakfasts, walks and children’s workshops are planned. Find out more and purchase tickets on the website.

Source: Rosbalt

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