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Corridors: Seven Worlds of Vysotsky

Corridors: Seven Worlds of Vysotsky
Date:20 June 2018 - 23 September 2018
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-06-20 2018-09-23 Europe/Moscow Corridors: Seven Worlds of Vysotsky Vladimir Vysotsky was a singer and writer of monologue songs, a well-known theatre and film actor and a cult figure of his time. His fame is still considerable to this day. Vysotsky created hundreds of unforgettable lyric characters that are the focus of Corridors: Seven Worlds of Vysotsky. Moscow, Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre - info@moscovery.com

Address: Moscow, Obraztsova St., 11, build. 1A, Moscow
Ticket Price: From 180 rubles

Vladimir Vysotsky was a singer and writer of monologue songs, a well-known theatre and film actor and a cult figure of his time. His fame is still considerable to this day. Vysotsky created hundreds of unforgettable lyric characters that are the focus of Corridors: Seven Worlds of Vysotsky. Delve into their worlds and visit thematic halls dedicated to the different areas of Vysotsky’s cultural heritage: Moscow communal flats, alleys and frontline trenches all come alive here.

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