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A week of cultural, sports and business events that will strengthen ties between the people of Eastern and Western Europe

‘Crime and Punishment’ has been reinterpreted in a bold new production

The Russian exhibition at the very first London Design Biennale has won acclaim for its response to the theme of “utopia,” earning a medal for its creative approach.

Tarkovsky’s classics vie with indie productions on UK festival’s program

Three big summer festivals to hold Russian-related events.

Russian Heritage Committee pays to honor memory of Alexander II’s daughter

Inga Krymskaya arranges exhibitions in abandoned buildings

From July 25 to August 13, the Bolshoi Ballet will be performing at the Royal Opera House. Here is our interview with Makhar Vaziyev, Bolshoi's new artistic director

Chekhov's plays in a new version by David Hare to occupy the National Theatre till October

A project called “Russian Contemporary Drawing. No Limits” in London’s Pushkin House represents Russia’s most famous modern artists

Spend your summer with Don Quixote, Swan Lake, The Taming of the Shrew, Le Corsaire and The Flames of Paris

'Work, build and don’t whine': Who were the Soviet superwomen?

New project explores public spaces designed with Soviet ideology in mind

‘Symphony to a Lost Generation’ explores the emotions of World War I

Rostislav Romanov talks to The Kompass about his family history, his love of Russia and the power of art.

Descendant of the former ruling Russian Imperial dynasty to be exhibited at McCully & Crane Art Gallery

Sales of artworks from Russia continue to hold up in the UK despite political tensions, Theodora Clarke, director of London’s Russian Art Week, tells RBTH. Here she presents her guide to the highlights of the upcoming auctions in the British capital.

Find the hidden image and win a copy of ‘Where Am I?’ as a prize

Artist Irina Starkova’s exhibition “Still Lives” is on show in Mayfair until May 31. Her first UK solo show explores how birds, butterflies and other insects have shaped the human world.

Descendants of those who fought in World War II joined a procession in the British capital on bearing portraits of their ancestors to mark victory in May 1945.

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