Theatre for young spectators
Theatre for young spectators named after Yuriy Kiselev was opened on October 4, 1918 and had become a truly unique phenomenon of the Russian culture.
This is the first professional theatre for children and youth. In a country that was ruined after the Civil war, among poverty and misery the theater was born to raise up the spirit of the young generation, to help them stand up, to return them their childhood.
Nowadays they have 2 stages and more than 40 performances in the repertoire with 10 new coming out every year.
Prices vary from £3 to £6.