Museum of Forgotten Taste “Kolomna Pastila” is back again this year to present its new programme, tastes and stories at the Apple Days in Norfolk. We would like to invite you to spend the weekend in Drove Orchards to enjoy our apple delicacies, apple stories told by Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky, take part in traditional apple games, and, of course, have Russian tea with Kolomna Pastila in the apple orchard.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
We are looking forward to seeing you on 27 and 28 September from 1200 till 1700.
A SPECIAL TEA PARTY for the Cambridge Russian Community will take place on Sunday the 28th at 12 o’clock. Everyone is most welcome!
Programme of Apple Days at Drove Orchards, Norfolk:
Tea room in the orchard “Kolomna Pastila”
Enjoy a cup of tea in the orchard under an apple tree with Kolomna Pastila and learn about the traditional Russian tea ceremony with a selection of Kolomna Pastila tastes
Kid’s kitchen “Artisan Apple”
Together with the artists in the orchard kids will be able to make miracles – turn apples into clouds
Kid’s club with Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky “Sh&D”
A play area for children, where Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky puppets will be the hosts. They will read out their apple texts in Russian and run apple games
Orchard lecture space “Genius apples”
We will bring with us apples, pastila, jam, apple water (vodka) from Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy orchards, and will tell stories of those places. Format: tea with tasting. Lectures in Russian will be read by Natalia Nikitina. Lectures in English will be read by Olga Sinitsyna. Lectures last 30 min, and will run at 1200, 1400 and 1600
Especially for our Cambridge guests we will make a lecture and a tea ceremony with tasting of apple produce from Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky orchard. 1200 on Sunday, 28 September
Artists will make a sound installation in the orchard will create wooden sculptures and apple objects
Pastila making theatre “Apple Road Theatre”
Our apple machine is a Pastila-theatre production unit, creating pastila and performance. This performance is a synthesis of art forms and genres at the great crossroad of Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky. The performance lasts for 30 min. We would like to show it at 13.00, 15.00 and 17.00.
Please contact Elena Shampanova at firstname.lastname@example.org.