Moscow Weekend: Nov 15 – Nov 17

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The Coral

Nov 15


Since their debut in the early 2000s, the Coral proved to be one of the most consistent bands in the U.K. retro-rock scene thanks to their knack for crafting sneakily good hooks, the jangling interplay of the guitars, and James Skelly’s powerful vocals. Their rambunctious sound deftly mixes together elements of ’60s garage rock, psychedelic pop, and folk-rock, spicing it with bits of Merseybeat, Motown, vintage blues, and even sea shanties.

“Dunyasha” Market

Nov 15 – Nov 17

The “Dunyasha” Gift Market  will open  in the ARTPLAY Design Center    in November for two days. Hand-made souvenirs, textiles, toys will be available for purchase. Live bands will be on stage throughout the weekend. The entrance is free.

The Grand Illusion Show 

Nov 16  


The world’s greatest magicians, finalists of international festivals, stars of international television contests and shows will take part at the show. Colorful stunts performed by the artists of the show have already conquered the hearts of thousands of spectators and made them believe in the impossible! 

Guano Apes in Moscow

Nov 17


On November 17 the band will perform mostly the hits from their earlier albums. The “Golden” classics, which has made the name of GUANO APES and led the team to the Premier League.

New British Film Festival

Oct 29 – Nov 17 

From  October 29 to  November 17 the 19th New British Film Festival will be held in Moscow.The festival aims to introduce contemporary British films to wider audience in Russia.Details on programmes, the screening schedule and public talks are  available on the festival website

“Around the World” Show in Europe’s Biggest Oceanarium

Nov 15 – Nov 17


Moscow’s Oceanarium is a must visit place for adults and kids. It is considered to be the biggest oceanarium in Europe. This season the venue welcomes its visitors with a new show- “Around the World”. The show features athletes, clowns, magicians and dancers.

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