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February 2019

Living with the Bear

Friday 8 February, 18:30 - 20:30
Keynes Hall, King’s College, King’s Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1ST
£5

Talk 'Living with the Bear' by Sir Tony Brenton “The West's relations with Russia are now as bad, and as dangerous, as they have been for thirty years. How have we got here, and what can be done about it?" Language: In English Entrance fee: £5, free for CamRuSS members SIR TONY BRENTON KCMG worked for 30 years for the Foreign Office. He first learnt Arabic and spent three years in Cairo working on the Middle East Dispute. From 1980-1989 he…

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“A Tale of Three Sisters” (based on Chekhov) – 17 February

Sunday 17 February, 17:30 - 21:00
Arbury Community Centre, Campkin Rd, Arbury
Cambridge, CB4 2LD United Kingdom
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THERE WILL BE ONE MORE CHANCE TO SEE THIS PRODUCTION -  on Sunday 10th March (Please see http://www.camruss.com/en/events/a-tale-of-three-sisters-based-on-chekhov-10-march/ ) Doors open at 5:00pm Performance starts at 5:30pm sharp Production by the Russian Amateur Theatre in Cambridge “Вот такой театр”. Director: Uliana Bashtanova Language: Russian (a detailed English synopsis will be available) Age: 15+ (please leave your children at home 😊) Entrance Fees (if booked in advance): £11; CamRuSS members £9; teenagers £9 On the door: £13; CamRuSS members £11; teenagers £11…

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March 2019

“A Tale of Three Sisters” (based on Chekhov) – 10 March

Sunday 10 March, 17:30 - 21:00
Arbury Community Centre, Campkin Rd, Arbury
Cambridge, CB4 2LD United Kingdom
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SOLD OUT!  “In our performance, we explore the fable-like, mythological dimension of the famous play. This take-on seems to be suggested by the very title of the story - yet there were no previous productions focusing on the juxtaposition between the fairy tale and reality in the life of the three sisters. You have a unique opportunity to read and rethink the world-famous play in a new way!” Doors open at 5:00pm Performance starts at 5:30pm sharp Production by the…

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Leo Tolstoy’s heritage in the eyes of different generations. A talk by Fekla Tolstoy

Friday 22 March, 19:00 - 20:30
Old Library, Pembroke College, Trumpington Street
Cambridge, CB2 1RF United Kingdom
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Fekla Tolstoy, the great great granddaughter of Leo Tolstoy will talk about what his contemporaries thought about Leo Tolstoy and what people think about him now. Фекла Толстая Fekla Tolstoy was born in Moscow in 1971. She holds a degree in Slavic Languages from the Moscow State University and trained as a Director at the Russian Theatre Academy. In 1999, she began her career as a journalist, working as a presenter on television and radio, as well as writing for…

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