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From The Cherry Orchard with no trees to a Russian-language Shakespeare in Love, Pushkin Drama Theatre artistic director Evgeny Pisarev tells Natasha Tripney how...

Now in its 17th year, this year’s Europe Theatre Prize was held in Saint Petersburg earlier this month. Ian Herbert reports on the winners The...

The British Council has been ordered to shut down its operations in Russia in a diplomatic row over the Salisbury nerve agent attack. Relations between...

It’s important to tell the story of Pussy Riot. It’s entirely laudable to give privileged Western audiences some idea of the systemic horrors endured...

David Lan, Simon McBurney and Thomas Ostermeier are among almost 9,000 people that have signed a petition calling for the release of director Kirill...

We’re learning a lot from the forensic dissection in articles and television programmes of the run-up to the First World War, not just of...

The King’s Head Theatre in north London has commissioned a new piece in response to Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law. Called Sochi 2014, the play will...

Newly discovered recorded performances of the Bolshoi Ballet are to have their UK premiere on Sky Arts. The six ballets, found in the Russian state...
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