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Theatre & Classical Music (December – January)

Theatre & Classical Music (December – January)

Juno and Avos on Ice (rock musical)
2-4 January at 19.00
Palace of Sports (Sportyvna Square 1)
Juno and Avos, a cult rock opera composed by Aleksei Rybnikov in the early 80s, gets a new lease of life. The ice show uses dance as a key tool of artistic expression to make us look at a well-known love story from another perspective. The performance applies special effects, spectacular light-and-video projections, and virtual reality scenery to take us on a journey across the raging ocean – from the port city of Kronstadt to California’s white sands.
290 – 1 150 UAH

Yevhen Kmara (UA, orchestra, choir, rock band)
17 December at 19.00
Palace Ukraine (V Vasylkivska 103)
Touted as a Ukrainian Mozart, Khmara began composing music at the age of seven. Now his trophies include a Hollywood Improv Award, Yamaha Artist title and a national Presidential Prize. Enjoy a mix of sophistication, intelligence, and spirituality.
200 – 1 750 UAH

What Women Keep Silent About (UA, play)
20 December at 19.00
House of Officers (Hrushevskoho 30/1)
If you want to know what women really think about, don’t listen to them. Women talk a lot, yet what is it they conceal? Each has secrets to hide, and five ladies brought together under one roof constitute an intricate mystery over a murder that occurs at night. Which one is a murderess? A police inspector sets to investigate this riddle. His task is far from simple: while comparing testimonies and facts, he must not let the lovely ladies drive him crazy with their ‘logic’.
130 – 620 UAH

Kutaisi (GE, music and dance show)
18 December at 19.00
International Centre of Culture and Arts (Nebesnoi Sotni 1)
A multiple winner of international festivals, the Kutaisi State Song and Dance Ensemble is Georgia’s cultural pearl. These talents keep audiences hooked from the first minute of their outstanding shows. The Ensemble cherishes folklore traditions while enhancing them through ‘the young blood’. The Kutaisi dancers will tour Ukraine this month, demonstrating a stunning blend of vibrant orchestra, mesmerising choreography, and luxurious costumes.
200 – 900 UAH

One-act mystic drama
19 December at 19.00
Kyiv Academic Operetta Theatre (V Vasylkivska 53/3)
200 UAH

Love…By Touch
Bright story in complete darkness
20 December and 8 January at 19.00
Academic Theatre of Drama and Comedy on Left Bank (Brovarskyi Avenue 25)
120 – 240 UAH

From Saint Nicolas to Christmas
Featuring Veryovka Ukrainian National Academic Choir
21 December at 19.00
National Philharmonic of Ukraine
(Volodymyrskiy Descent 2)
70 – 300 UAH

Art of Choreography, New Year Concert
Featuring Serge Lifar Kyiv Municipal Academy of Dance
22 December at 12.00
National Opera of Ukraine
(Volodymyrska 50)
20 – 300 UAH

Goliath, play by Misanthrope Theatre
Based on Tom Gauld’s comic book
22, 23 and 29, 30 December,
1-10 January at 16.00, 18.00
Teleport360, Kyiv’s Expo Centre
(Akademika Hlushkova 1)
From 250 UAH

A Boxer’s Heart
One-act drama
23 December, 3 and 13 January at 17.00, 20.00
Lesya Ukrainka Theatre (B Khmelnytskoho 5)
90 UAH

Christmas Jazz Songs. Sinatra
Marco Concert series
24, 29 December at 19.00
House of Architects (B Hrinchenka 7)
225 – 500 UAH

The Crucible,
English-language play
29 December at 19.00
Kyiv Academic Molodyi Theatre (Prorizna 17)
150 UAH

Straus New Year Fairy Show
National Presidential Orchestra (Brass Band)
30 December at 19.00
National Philharmonic of Ukraine (Volodymyrskiy Descent 2)
100 – 600 UAH

The Nutcracker
Kyiv Modern Ballet
12, 13 January at 19.00
International Centre of Culture and Arts (Nebesnoi Sotni 1)
70 – 850 UAH

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