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Premiere in Moschino, a new exhibition at the Centre photos behalf of the Lumiere brothers, a concert in the Museum of Alexander Scriabin and other options for how to spend the last working day of the week.

On the street a bit colder, but that’s no reason to go home right after work. If you haven’t managed to figure out how to have a fun Friday night, check out our review of evening events to find something interesting for yourself.

Watching a movie

Time: depending on the selected session

Place: cinema network “Moschino”

Yesterday in rolling out the picture of the “Bad guys forever” — the third part of an action-Comedy about a police officers partner with will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the lead roles. It all starts with how one of them decides to leave the service and go to detectives, while the other is trying to get along with new partners. Soon, however, an event occurs that makes them working together again. The movie was shot by Adil El Arbi and Bilal fall.

You can also go to a horror movie “Under water” about the deep-sea monster, which is opposed to the heroine Kristen Stewart, and the biopic “Chess” — on the Bangladeshi Mohammad Fahim, who is 12 years became the champion of France in chess among children. The role of the mentor of the young grandmaster played by Gerard Depardieu.

For lovers of Patriotic films — the Comedy “Marathon of dreams”, the directorial debut of actress Dasha Carusi. Role played Aglaya Tarasova, Kirill Nagiev, Paul Derevianko, Yekaterina Varnava and others. The main character, is experiencing trouble in their personal lives recorded for training, promising to fulfill all wishes.

Read more about all the premieres of the week — in the review

Go to the museums

Time: depending on the chosen Museum

Place: the Museum of Orient (Nikitsky Boulevard, 12A), the Museum of architecture named after A.V. Shchusev (Vozdvizhenka street, house 5/25), the fashion Museum (the street Ilyinka, 4)

Those who want to spend an evening not only with pleasure but also with use, suggest to choose one of three exhibitions that will close this Sunday.

In the Orient Museum, the exposition of “the 47 ronin. Legend as art”, dedicated to the heroes of Japanese painting and drama. There you can see more than 60 engravings of the XIX century from a private collection. In the Museum of architecture Schusev also show prints — however, they depict not a glorious ronin, and Jesus Christ himself. At the exhibition “Christmas story in the West European engraving XV–XIX centuries” — the work of Albrecht Durer, Francesco Parmigianino, Hendrick Goltzius, and others. At the heart of their masterpieces — biblical subjects.

And in the fashion Museum should go to see the exhibition “Russian ballet — fashion forever.” There are costumes of famous ballet dancers and sketches to them, the details of the scenography of plays, porcelain figurines, created by the masters of the German Meissen factory, under the impression of Russian dancers. One of the halls devoted to Rudolf Nureeva.

It all started with Nureyev: the curator of the exhibition “Russian ballet — fashion forever”

More information about these and other exhibitions — in the material

Study the work of Alexander Rodchenko

Time: until 21:00

Place: Center of photography Lumiere brothers (Marsh quay, the house 3, building 1)

Today, the Center of photography Lumiere brothers opened the exhibition “Alexander Rodchenko. From the collection of Still Art Foundation”. It included as the first photographs of the artist, made in 1920-ies, and later. Images of his friends — architects, writers, filmmakers, poets. Important are, for example, photographs of Vladimir Mayakovsky and Lily Brik and Osip Brik.

Going to the show

Time: 19:30

Location: creativity Center Tagansky Park (Tagansky street, possession 40-42)

In the Centre of his Tagansky Park will be the actress Elena Kapralova. She will present a solo performance “Spring back”. It was established in 2014 according to the memoirs of the writer Hopes taffy. It was first shown at the festival “Moscow curb”, where it won the special jury prize for best stage interpretation of literary material. The entrance is free.

A fan of short stories, satires, satirical poems of the legendary taffy was Nicholas II himself. Her real name — Lokhvitskaya, and the pseudonym she had taken in 1901, when the magazine “Theater and art” published one of the first of her literary works.

The popularity came to the writer after the First Russian revolution, when she worked in the journals “Satyricon” and “New Satyricon”.

In France, where taffy left after the revolution in 1917, she continued to write poetry and prose. Her texts were published in periodicals of Russian emigration, also came out and private collections of her works. Later, Teffi began to write his memoirs, in which stories are told about people. Among them was Vladimir Lenin, Grigori Rasputin, Konstantin Balmont, Ilya Repin, Vsevolod Meyerhold, Alexander Kuprin and others.

Listen to music

Time: 19:00

Venue: the Memorial Museum of A. N. Scriabin (Bolshoi Nikolopeskovsky pereulok, 11, building 2)

Another option to spend Friday night — go to a concert at the Scriabin Museum. It will feature the music of Frederic Chopin — Nocturnes, works for piano and more. Will come on the scene, Yulia Pokrovskaya (violin), Oleg Bugayev (cello) and Evgeny Starodubtsev (piano).

You can buy tickets on the website.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure will not be perfect.

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