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Theatre & Classical Music (January – February)

Theatre & Classical Music (January – February)

Notre Dame De Paris – Le Concert (FR, musical)
14 – 18 February at 19.00
Palace of Ukraine (V Vasylkivska 103)
Seven amazing voices accompanied by weeping violins and crying cellos will inspire you to go through this well-known story once again and rediscover its canonical plot. Immersed in fascinating magic, heart-racing music, and a spellbinding show, audiences will experience a taste of the old legend. Staged in French, the spectacular performance involves 150 artists and 30 tonnes of light and sound equipment.
200 – 2 250 UAH
palace-ukraine.com

The Birthday Party
26 January at 19.00
ProEnglish Theatre (Smolenska 3)
Stanley Webber is a tenant in a shabby boarding house owned by Meg and Petey Boles somewhere in a sleepy English seaside town. The unexpected arrival of two mysterious troublemakers, Goldberg and McCann, shatters Webber’s mundane world and disrupts his sense of security. Things get even worse when the intruders arrange a birthday party for him, which turns into a nightmare and changes the lives of all the characters. Written by Nobel Prize-winning British playwright Harold Pinter, the play was first staged in 1958 and heavily criticised. Nowadays, it is a modern classic.
150 UAH
proenglishtheatre.com

Placido Domingo (ES, opera)
13 February at 19.00
Palace of Ukraine (V Vasylkivska 103)
For the first time ever, this world-famous multi-faceted big-name artist, conductor, and arts administrator is coming to Kyiv. Highly acclaimed as one of the best and most influential opera singers, he has won 12 Grammy Awards, including three Latin Grammys, two Emmy Awards, and released at least 50 videos. He has sung 149 famous roles – more than any other tenor in the history of opera – with nearly 4 000 total career performances. Don’t miss this major cultural event of the year!
399 – 5 999 UAH
palace-ukraine.com

Pagans
Experimental stage
22 January at 19.00
Creative Association 1000letie (Hryhorenka 26a)
150 UAH
1000letie.com.ua

Othello/Ukraine
Variations of classical themes
24, 25, 27, 28 January at 19.00
Zoloti Vorota Theatre (Shovkovychna 7a)
220 UAH
zoloti-vorota.kiev.ua

Callas. Premiere
(Non) biographical drama
24, 31 January at 19.00
Ivan Kozlovsky Art Centre (Khreschatyk 50b)
80 UAH
iskozlovsky.simplesite.com

Vysotskiy. Play featuring Oleksiy Horbunov
Poems and true behind-the-scenes stories
25 January at 20.00
Caribbean Club (Symona Petlyury 4)
350 – 2 600 UAH
caribbean.com.ua

Don Giovanni, opera by Mozart
Concert performance
26 January at 19.00
National Philharmonic of Ukraine (Volodymyrskiy Descent 2)
70 – 300 UAH
philarmonia.com.ua

Role-playing games
Not a comedy, not for children
27 January at 19.00
New Ukrainian Theatre (Mykhailivska 24j)
200 UAH
nut.kiev.ua

D Minor Women. Long Lasting Christmas Diner
Kyiv Modern Ballet
30 January at 19.00
Kyiv Theatre of Opera & Ballet for Children & Youth (Mezhyhirska 2)
70 – 500 UAH
musictheatre.kiev.ua

Rope
Tragic farce
31 January at 19.00
Academic Theatre of Drama and Comedy on Left Bank (Brovarskiy 25)
120 – 240 UAH
drama-comedi.kiev.ua

See Also

ReBarocco
From Bach to Strauss
2 February at 19.00
National Philharmonic of Ukraine (Volodymyrskiy Descent 2)
70 – 300 UAH
philarmonia.com.ua

Orchestra
One-act eccentric tragicomedy
8, 9 February at 19.00
Kyiv Academic Operetta Theatre (V Vasylkivska 53/3)
200 UAH
operetta.com.ua

Radio & Juliet. Quatro
Two one-act modern ballets by Edward Clug
11 February at 19.00
International Centre of Culture and Arts (Nebesnoi Sotni 1)
280 – 1 850 UAH
icca.kiev.ua

A Schedule for Seeing Men
Comedy full of bright humor, subtle irony and deep drama
12 February at 19.00
International Centre of Culture and Arts (Nebesnoi Sotni 1)
250 – 1 450 UAH
icca.kiev.ua

Musical Stories of Love
Featuring piano player and composer Pavel Ignatiev
14 February at 19.00
House of Architects (B Hrinchenka 7)
200 – 450 UAH
arhite.com.ua

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