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September 2017

1917 Russian Revolution – HERE and NOW

Sat 30th Sep '17 - 19:30 - 21:00
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue
London, SE16 4LF United Kingdom
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1st date. Also on 2 October Bunin condemned it; Mayakovsky praised it; Dostoyevsky foreshadowed it, and John Reed reported on it. What does the Revolution mean to people today? An exploration in text, music and dance. Mikhail Umanets’s project marks the centennial of the Russian Revolution and attempts to examine its significance. Read more (and in Russian) on our description page. Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Demons), John Reed (Ten Days That Shook the World), Ivan Bunin (Cursed Days). Music by Dmitri Shostakovich…

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March 2019

Torture

March 28 - 19:00 - 22:00
The Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, Chelsea
London, SW1W 8AS
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Description Pioneers of Russian documentary theater TEATR.DOC present a one-off verbatim performance of TORTURE, based on the on-going Penza Case, performed by former political prisoners, human rights activists and journalists. The Royal Court Theatre welcomes for the first time Moscow’s legendary Teatr.Doc. An urgent piece of verbatim theatre looking at the use of torture as a weapon in the ongoing Penza Case. Torture is directed by Zarema Zaudinova and is written and performed by Alexey Polikhovich, Alexey Sutuga, Yegor Skovoroda,Maxim…

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