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Theatre & Classical Music (February-March)

Theatre & Classical Music (February-March)

The Dragon (UA, fairytale for adults)
5 March at 19.00
International Centre of Culture and Arts (Nebesnoi Sotni 1)

It is an old story about a dragon that cannot be defeated, because he lives inside every city resident. However, it is not about the monster. It is all about people who are not ready to be free having become accustomed to being governed by the dictator. Killing the dragon is not enough – when he dies, they meekly obey another ruler’s command. This stunning production with fabulous costumes, original settings, live music, and memorable characters will mesmerise you from the very first minute.

200 – 850 UAH

Melodrama about the search of love
19, 20 February at 19.00
Academic Drama Theatre on Podil (Andriivskyi Descent 20b)
120 – 500 UAH

Verdi’s Requiem
Commemorating the Heavenly Hundred
20 February at 19.00
National Philharmonic of Ukraine (Volodymyrskiy Descent 2)
70 – 300 UAH

Executed Renaissance
One-act music drama
20, 23 February at 19.00
Kyiv Theatre of Opera & Ballet for Children & Youth (Mezhyhirska 2)
30 – 250 UAH

SaraBanda. Big Band
Featuring composer and pianist Oleksandr Saratskyi
21 February at 19.00
National Philharmonic of Ukraine  (Volodymyrskiy Descent 2)
70 – 300 UAH

Swan Lake. Magnificent Show
Featuring prima ballerina Khrystyna Shyshpor
21 February at 19.00
National Opera of Ukraine (Volodymyrska 50)
250 – 2 500 UAH

Orange Love
Exciting, explosive, dynamic comedy
23 February at 19.00
House of Architects (Hrinchenka 7)
100 – 410 UAH

L’Elisir d’Amore
Comic opera by Gaetano Donizetti
27 February at 19.00
National Opera of Ukraine (Volodymyrska 50)
50 – 600 UAH

Your Shadow Show
Teulis Theatre
3 March at 13.00, 16.00 and 19.00
National Music Academy/Kyiv Conservatory (Arkhitektora Horodetskoho 1-3/11)
190 – 650 UA

To You, Sweetheart. Festive concert
6, 7 March at 19.00
Kyiv Academic Operetta Theatre (V Vasylkivska 53/3)
50 – 500 UAH

Sukhishvili Georgian National Ballet (GE)
100 dancers and orchestra
7-10 March at 15.00 and 19.00
Palace Ukraine (V Vasylkivska 103)
200 – 1 950 UAH

Borys Barskyi (UA, humour and poetry night)
12 March at 19.00
House of Officers (Hrushevskoho 30/1)

Maski Show Theatre marks its 35th anniversary this year. Its leading actor Borys Barskyi, a People’s Artist of Ukraine and just a good guy, arranges an evening to present his new book, where the one-man show will unfolds as a dialogue with the audience. Barskyi will exhibit all his talents and skills, ranging from writing and reciting poetry (four collections of his poems have been published to date), singing lyric songs, to dancing and performing tricks.

99 – 499 UA

Sunny Valley Serenade 
Musical comedy
8 March at 19.00
International Centre of Culture and Arts (Nebesnoi Sotni 1)
200 – 890 UAH

Two Anecdotes for Dinner
Based on Chekhov’s works
9 March at 19.00
House of Officers (Hrushevskoho 30/1)
100 – 400 UAH

Stand-up in UA featuring Slava Komisarenko
15 March at 19.00
Palace of Culture and Arts at Kyiv’s Polytechnic Institute (Peremohy Avenue 37)
200 – 1 050 UAH

Origins of Flamenco. Paya’s Theatre
6 March at 19.00
House of Officers (Hrushevskoho 30/1)

Just imagine fluttering rainbow-coloured skirts, frills, shawls, fans, and castanets coupled with amazing footwork, energetic rhythms, and the sound of cracking heels and clapping hands. The show presents a series of flamenco tap dances, each of them with its own story and meaning. All feelings are expressed through mesmerising choreography: hate and love, passion and anxiety, sadness and joy. It is non-stop action involving famous Spanish musicians and dancers: Noelia Garsia, Antonio Molina, Norman Contreras, Antonio Moreno, Miguel Fernandez.

190 – 850 UAH

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