Thursday, November 9

On the big screen: Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

11:55 am, November ninth, you are entering the theater of Dom Kino… to enjoy a “darn fine” prequel of the Twin Peaks television series. If you’re part of the fandom, mark your calendar to see Lynch's story unfold on the big screen one more time and learn how it all started.

Friday, November 10

Exhibition: Generating the Art of the Future

  • Until November 12, 11 am - 11 pm, except for Tue
  • Erarta Museum
  • 1,000-3,000 (includes an annual pass) – tickets here

This Friday, come see an exhibition of works from artists all across Russia that were inspired by generative AI. The display features a variety of creative artworks, edited but not created by AI, that won the Generating the Art of the Future artists’ competition. The inspiration behind each piece is its author's social media profile.

Saturday, November 11

Opening of the New Holland Island ice rink

  • November 11 - March 10, 9:30 am - 8:30 pm
  • New Holland Island
  • TBA – updates on the sessions and prices here

Can you feel it? That’s right, winter is coming – and with it outdoor ice rinks. The first to open the season is the ice rink on the beloved New Holland Island. Traditionally, the rink will delight all with a picturesque skating experience in the city’s downtown and themed musical sessions, as well as a lounge zone with fire and comfy seats right at the rink.

Sunday, November 12

Exhibition: Punk Culture. King and Jester

  • Starting November 3, 12-10 pm (Tue-Fri), 11 am - 10 pm (Sat-Sun)
  • Sevkabel Port
  • 700-1,050 rubles (500-850 rubles for students) – tickets here

The exhibition on view from November 3 at Sevkabel Port features two timelines: a crash course on the history of punk from Sex Pistols to modern-day Russian punks and the story of the local punk scene – in particular, the Russian horror punk band Korol i Shut (or King and Jester). It celebrates the punk era, showcasing rare artifacts, clothing items, and more – and inviting visitors for full immersion experiences, including 360° music videos.

Monday, November 13

Exhibition: Boris Ermolayev. 120th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

For more traditional art, head to the display of works by Russian artist Boris Ermolayev at the State Russian Museum, who immortalized the views of the now-Nevsky District, as well as the daily life of the outskirts dwellers of the 1930s in his art. The exhibition presents 62 paintings and is devoted to the artist’s anniversary of birth.

Tuesday, November 14

Concert: Anime & Game Symphony

With the Attack on Titan finale watched, it’s time to be mesmerized by a one-of-a-kind concert, featuring music from your favorite anime – and video games! On the lineup are the vibrant, exciting, and nostalgic soundtracks from Attack on Titan, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Naruto, and Neon Genesis Evangelion – as well as Elden Ring, Silent Hill 2, Resident Evil, and many more.

Wednesday, November 15

Exhibition: Sine tempore

  • November 11 - January 15, 12-8 pm daily, expect for Fri and Tue
  • Art of Foto
  • Free

The Art of Foto gallery presents a low-key retrospective of works by local street photographer Dmitry Sirotkin that invites all art lovers to travel back in time through the black-and-white images that document street scenes, as well as people’s looks, emotions, and moods from the past.