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August

Sunday25August
11:00
Summer scene
3+
Duration: 45 min.
Yuri Sikalo by Charles Perrault
Language - Ukrainian

Madam and monsieur! You are welcome to visit our theater. We will impress you with French chic and charm by telling a story about the most famous cat around the world. You were not mistaken, it’s about the Puss in Boots.

This wonderful fairy-tale was created by a famous French author Charles Perrault, who wrote tales not only for children, but ... for adults (yes, yes - do not be surprised, monsieur!).

Monday26August
11:00
Great Hall
4+
Duration: 80 min.
Yuriy Entin, Vasily Livanov
Language - Russian

Yes, sure, we know that you have seen the famous cartoon hit with the same name several times already, but our theater offers you a vibrant, wonderful, musical for all family members, in which each of them will find something interesting and special for themselves. Don’t give yourself up on a pleasure of living through the events of the famous fairy tale live and enjoying yourself while listening to your favorite hits.

Saturday31August
11:30
Small hall
0-3
Duration: 45 min.
Marina Bogomaz
Language - no words

Visual tactile play "Kalyaki-malyaki" - an extraordinary performance for extraordinary spectators - for those who are still in diapers, who only make first steps in learning this bright world, who has a lot of questions. For example, where the rainbow comes from? Who draws it on the sky? Let's try to answer all those questions together. How can we do this? Very simple - by playing, touching, crawling, jumping, painting and creating a fairy tale in which the main characters will be you along with your child.

Saturday31August
13:00
Great Hall
4+
Duration: 50 min.
Boris Zakhoder by G.-H. Andersen
Language - Russian

Once again, our theater offers you a great story of the prominent Danish storyteller Hans Christian Andersen. This time the events will unfold around the tiniest heroine throughout the whole world's literature - Thumbelina.

This fairy tale is told to the viewer by the author himself. At the very beginning of the play, he honestly admits that he heard this story from a Martlet…

This story begins with a birth of a tiny little girl named Thumbelina. Weightless butterflies bring her a lot of colorful gifts. They wish her happiness… But what is happiness, exactly?