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Being a good egg and staying at home to protect yourself and others during the pandemic? Here’s your reward: now and on this weekend, tune in to watch first-class performances by the world’s best opera houses from the comfort of your couch! Here’s a short overview of what’s on offer.
As the weekend rolls in, plan your chillaxing with our regular program of the Sat-Sun comings and goings in St. Pete!
A lot of jazz, a contemporary art exhibition, and a classical music concert – lots of ways to start this spring on a jolly note (if you pardon the pun) in this guide to weekend events in St. Petersburg!
This weekend in St. Pete, celebrate Maslenitsa, stock up on homemade goods, and indulge in some opera – a fun program awaits!
Free tours of St. Pete’s art-nouveau hub, mad tea party revisited, Russian postwar history in photographs, and pugs – here’s what’s hanging on this weekend in St. Petersburg!
Unwind in style with this culture-heavy program of weekend events in St. Petersburg! Featuring: a socially aware art exhibition, a celebration of the works by Hans Zimmer, a Bob Marley festival, and some cinema suggestions.
Marina Lavrikova, a lighting designer with 20 years of professional experience under her belt, has recently given an open lecture in St. Petersburg. She talked about the specifics of her work, the process of getting ready for an event and the most popular equipment in the field. The lecture was held at Yasnaya Polyana coworking space.
Weekend can’t come too soon, so why not start planning it now? In the program: an exhibition of exquisite Dutch tiles, the art of Leningrad Expressionism, a mouth-watering mountain of cheese, and a secret hoard of family silver of the Naryshkin dynasty made public!
This Saturday, January 18, the city celebrates the breaking of the Siege of Leningrad, which eventually led to the lifting of the Siege on January 27, 1944, so this weekends’ program is paying tribute to our beloved city: its awe-inspiring and varied history, mind-blowing architecture, and extraordinary people who lived here.
Whoever said that there’s no rest for the wicked, may think again: we may have just come back from the winter holidays, but this doesn’t mean we don’t cherish the prospect of another weekend. If you want to spend it more proactively, here are some events for you to pick from, featuring an Indian fair, an interactive fantasy garden, and a whopping two photographic trips – one to the island of Cuba and another to the Russian past!