The Bolshoi Theatre Without any doubt, the Bolshoi Theatre is the most famous among seventy Moscow theatres. There is no one in Europe who has not ever heard about this greatest theatre! Certainly, the history of Russian opera and ballet could not be imagined without the Bolshoi. Its repertoire entirely consists of masterpieces of world opera and ballet. The Bolshoi Theatre gathers the best actors, the best directors, the best orchestra and the best performances. For over two hundred years the Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of not only Moscow but also of all Russian country.
The Maly Theatre is the oldest theatre in Russian Federation. It was created in 1756. In that distant period as well as nowadays it was one of the most important places of cultural and spiritual life. It was called Maly (the Small) in compare of the Bolshoi Theatre because of it smaller building. It is worth noting that it’s small in size but not in value in Russian culture. Visit the Maly Theatre to view the fantastic plays by such authors as Gogol, Turgenev, Ostrovsky, Goncharov, Tolstoy, Shakespeare, Moliere and many others!
The Theatre of Satire is a place of a variety of traditions. The interior of almost Soviet times, the classic theatre buffet and of course the famous Company with adored and favorite Russian artists – Derzhavin, Aroseva, Shirvindt. Years pass, but the Theatre does not lose its credibility and prestige. If you wish to see legendary actors on the stage and feel the atmosphere of the 60-70-ies, you can always buy tickets on our website.
The State Theatre of Nation is one of the youngest Russian theatres, but it is able to realize the most incredible performances, to take part in various festivals and constantly to be the centre of attention of the audience and the press. Acclaimed performances and productions beloved by everyone since childhood, famous actors and new young persons of art, fantastic scenery and beautiful costumes are all united by the State Theatre of Nations. The viewer who visited it at once will not deny himself the pleasure to return again!
The circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard is named after Yuri Nikulin – great Russian actor, kind clown, comedy movie and circus star. For many years Nikulin was the head of the circus, creating the mood of generations of Muscovites and guests of the city. The tradition of clowning was developed here long time ago – in the 1880s, when this oldest circus was created to the delight of the audience. For many adults this circus is associated with their childhood and still gives miracles.