Top Events for the Weekend
As we near the end of summer, let’s make the most of these last days of August. What’s On suggests five events to attend on the weekend
- Patti Smith & Tony Shanahan, a talk and music show
Ragged rhythms, a rocking sound, unpredictable arrangements – these are elements of the performance by Tony Shanahan. The essence of Patti Smith’s work is revealed in words. Her lyrics are as strong and confident as she is. The singer does not suffer from nostalgia: “I don’t give a damn about the 70’s.” Patty talks about what’s happening here and now. Therefore, her work remains relevant over the years and decades.
29 August at 19.00
Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theatre, Square I. Franko 3
Tickets: UAH 590 – 2290
- Northern Lights. Edvard Grieg
The audience will be treated to little-known melodies as well as extremely popular hits of classical music composed by Edvard Grieg. When playing Grieg’s music, the musicians will create an atmosphere representing the beautiful Norwegian nature – sometimes grandiose, sometimes imperceptible, but always magical.
29 August at 19.00
German Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Catherine, Lyuteranska 22
Tickets: UAH 250 – 450
- Oksana Mukha. Summer Terrace Concert
Ukrainian singer and winner of the 9th season of the popular TV show Voice of the Country, Oksana Mukha will visit Kyiv for a solo concert. The show will take place on the charming summer terrace of Vsi Svoi D12. The live performance will feature unsurpassed hits Hutsulka Ksenia, I Will Go To Distant Years, Two Colours, Cheremshina, Fortuneteller, Where Are You Now, and many other songs.
30 August at 20.00
Vsi Svoi D12, Desyatynna 12
Tickets: UAH 400 – 950
- Synthesis – XX
The exhibition presents the works created by Petro Bevza, Marko Heiko, Petro Lebedynets and Oleksiy Lytvynenko during the 80-90s of the 20th century. The idea was born twenty-five years ago. The project strives to get the public acquainted with four ‘new wave’ artists who promote “pictorial plastics” and look for new forms of art.
11 August – 6 October at 11.00 – 19.00
Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Arts,
Ivana Mazepy 21, on the territory of Kyiv’s Lavra
There’s something for everyone so don’t miss out!