Pushkin Drama Theatre
Converted to a theatre in the 1930s, this building was still used for gatherings by the Jewish community throughout the Soviet period....
Here the nightly concerts range from swing jazz to Latin jazz to golden oldies. The atmosphere is more formal than at some of the other...
Moscow is raving about the ‘Near East’. Foodies love the super fresh seafood prepared in the wok, on the grill or in the oven – all in...
Pushkin Drama Theatre information
Lonely Planet review
This 18th-century theatre sits at the heart of romantic Tverskoy bul. The strategy employed by the theatre’s artistic director Roman Kozak is to attract established directors to the large stage, while using the small stage to showcase young, up-and-coming names. The result is a diverse repertoire.