Events General

Lviv is the city of wonders and surprises. If you think that entertainment in here is limited to walking tours around historical part of the city, excursions and visiting museums it means you don’t know anything about this city. The best clubs in Lviv are pretty like European ones. They are one of the favorite places of time spending for young people.

April 9 and 10, 2016 the grand premiere of a modern version of the ‘Giselle’ ballet by Adolph Adam will take place on the stage of the International Center of Culture and Arts (October Palace). One of the leading contemporary choreographers Radu Poklitaru stages the new ‘Giselle’ performance in Kyiv that promises to be a great show to see.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Kyiv is happy to invite you to spend Earth Hour together. Already for 8 years the hotel has been turning off the lights for 1 hour. In this way it draws attention of its guests and hotel employees, Kyiv citizens and society to environmental problems.

In the end of March 2016, there will be a chance to get acquainted with the ancient Japanese tradition of ‘kaki-zome’, first lesson in calligraphy in the new year. The famous Japanese master of calligraphy Sensei Ransetsu Ozawa will hold calligraphy workshops in Kiev.

The upcoming Ukrainian Fashion Week will mostly take place at Mystetskyi Arsenal, National Museum Complex that is quite used to hosting this grand event of Ukrainian fashion world. What to see, experience and listen to at the AW 2016-2017 Ukrainian Fashion Week with a detailed schedule of the events can be found here.

The new exhibition at Mystetskyi Arsenal in Kiev will open to the public on March 23, 2016 as a tribute to the cult ‘Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors’ movie.

Photo: the work by Eglė Budvytytė (from the exhibition)

‘Identity. Behind the Curtain of Uncertainty’ exhibition at the National Art Museum is a compilation of the Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art that will open to the public on March 19, 2016.

Brucie Collections gallery is happy to present to the Ukrainian art admirers the fascinating photography by Sylvie Blum, whose name is well known to the world’s top collectors and museum curators as well as her unusual road to success.

A new exhibition at the Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko Arts Museum will be a curious thing to see in Kiev for those who are interested in mystics and believe in existence of parallel to real life ‘other’ worlds.

Visit the ‘Perles du Classicisme Français’ concert in Kiev performed by Schola Cantorum Basiliensis to dive into a charming and festive French mood.

Music festivals culture is extremely popular throughout the world. Ukraine is not the main destination for music fans, however it offers some interesting options that are not worth that European small scale festivals to choose from. Check out the top music festivals in Ukraine.

March 12-20 is the Francophone Week in Ukraine, an international festival that brings together French-speaking fans of art and culture worldwide.

On March 4, 2016 K&Z Art Room will hold an opening of a new exhibition that presents the works of two Ukrainian contemporary artists: Igor Shiyanenko and Svyatoslav Bazyuk.

All the world knows about the Chernobyl disaster and is concerned about its impact on the environment. However, not often do we think in which way it influenced the lives of people who felt its consequences the most. Chernobyl's Children Grew Up Exhibition in Kiev, the opening of which takes place on March 15, will tell these unknown stories.

UAmade concept stores network offers amazing products from the best Ukrainian designers and artists. On occasions, UAmade organizes festivals, where you can find lots of interesting things to buy, good food to eat and chill music to listen to. Don’t miss the upcoming UAmade Fest in Kiev dedicated to the big holiday of Maslenitsa!

International Women’s Day in Ukraine brings 4 day-offs this year: March 5-8, 2016. Check out some tips about how to spend this March 8 Weekend in Kiev.

International Women's Day, celebrated on March 8 every year, is intended to be a celebration for women's economic, political and social achievements. However, the focus of this day ranges in different regions. Iin Ukraine (as well as in other post-Soviet countries) it is more of a general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women.

Known as Butter Week, Crepe Week or Cheesefare Week, Maslenitsa Fest is a popular Eastern Slavic holiday, celebrated during the last week before the Great Lent. Even though the fest has a religious background, its celebration is based more on a folk tradition that makes it extremely fun and curious. See how Maslenitsa Fest is celebrated in Kiev.

Kiev will host a large-scale festival of contemporary art WHAT I.F. FEST during the weekend of April 8-10, 2016.

Funky and original jazz spirit have recently added a bit of a glam shine to Kiev music scene with the presentation of a new project ‘Svitlo Concert’ that quickly became one of the favorite things to do on evenings for the locals.

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