To mark the 150th anniversary of the novel Crime and Punishment

Poet, translator, and essayist will discuss literature and his works

Shakespeare's masterpiece filtered through a Communist perspective

Part of the First Book Award Nominee series of events. Vadim Levental & Agustín Fernández Mallo: Novels that inspire novelists

Daniel Beer, Senior Lecturer in Modern European at Royal Holloway, University of London, in conversation with editor of History Today, historian Paul Lay, talks about his new book

Musicians, poets, translators and writers gather to celebrate the work of Russia's most famous poet, Alexander Pushkin, described by Fyodor Dostoevsky as a 'universal man.' In English and Russian.

Discussion with eminent Russian poet as part of the ‘Direct Speech’ project in London.  

Take a trip into 1918-19 across Russia and Ukraine, from Moscow to the Black Sea, with Russian writer Nadezhda Teffi

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

A rare chance to meet Russian writer Vladimir Maramzin in London

A lecture by Margaret Litvin, an Associate Professor of Arabic & Comparative Literature at Boston University

A delegation of Russian authors is coming to London on April 11-14 for the city's international book fair.

An evening of poetry, music and documentary screening

‘Verb of Our Time, My Genius, My Language’ contest to take place under the auspices of the UK-Russian Year of Language and Literature

Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky and the BBC's Russian Service Arts Editor Alexander Kan in a conversation about history, culture and present day Russia

Winners of Russia's main literary awards visit Pushkin House just before their performance at the London Book Fair

Two of Russia's most influential authors get to grips with the not untroubled current state of the Russian soul