Russian Circle in Sutton with lectures on Russia's past and present, concerts of live music and Russian arts
Joining the Sutton Russian Circle
For those of you searching for joining Societies, Clubs and Hobbies in Surrey you have come to the right place if you have an interest in or would like to learn more about the wonderful Russian history and culture. The Russian Circle’s new season of events commences on FRIDAY 17th SEPTEMBER 2021 at The Friends Meeting House, 10 Cedar Road, Sutton, at 6.50 for 7.00 pm. The Meeting House is 5 minutes walk from Sutton Railway Station, with free parking in front and to the right of the building. There is a bus stop nearby. All amenities are on the ground floor. There will be the opportunity to attend ten meetings (in English) between September 2021 and June 2022 in this, our 38th season. Thank you on behalf of the Circle to all whose who helped throughout the last year with our book sales, donations to our general funds and with catering for our monthly meetings and our Winter and Summer Parties. Full 2021-2022 programme details for our 38th season can be found here including:-
White Nights — The Ballet Scene In Saint Petersburg.
Legacies of Nomadism, Nuclear tests, and Nursultan Nazarbaev in the Making of New Kazakhstan
Short film: “The Yussupov Palace in St. Petersburg”. Parts 1,2
Ekaterina Dashkova and Sofia Kovalevskaya: Two Remarkable Russian Women.
Short film: “The Moscow Metro Stations You Must See”
The Free, Roaring and Dangerous 1990s in Russia: My Personal Experience.
My Life as a Foreign Correspondent’s Wife in Brezhnev’s Moscow.
RUSSIAN WINTER PARTY. Free raffle.
Leonid Krasin: The “red lord” of Lenin’s’ Government.
Russian Romantic Composers.
The Melting Pot of Central Asia
Bloomsbury Group: The Russian Influence.
Two short films: “Riders of North Ossetia” and “Kremlin Riding School”
Revolutionaries in the Reading Room: The role of Russian political emigres in London in the downfall of the Tsar.
Restrictions Lifted — My Trip to Crimea and St.Petersburg
Dickens’s Russia and Russia's Dickens.
Short film: “The Yussupov Palace in St. Petersburg”. Parts 3,4.
Lydia Yavorska: Princess, Freethinker and Star of West End.
LIVE CONCERT: Russian Classical Music. By Yulia Dovgiallo (violin) and Alla Gringlaz (piano).
RUSSIAN SUMMER PARTY. Free raffle
Buterbrodi (sandwiches), cakes and Russian tea each evening