The timing of the festival:
The venue of the festival:
Andrei Voznesensky Cultural Center, ul. Bolshaya Ordynka, 46 Building 3, Moscow
A visa is required:
For citizens of Russia is not required

From 24 to 26 may in Moscow will host the second charity festival of poetry "uryuu" from the team of the project "Living poets." The program of the festival includes nine events: round table and poetry readings educational programmes and the exhibition of the theatrical competition and gala concert.

The festival will feature more than 50 of his contemporaries: poets Lech Nikonov and Dmitry Vodennikov, Lev Oborin and Andrey Orlovsky, Ilya Danishevsky and Egor Sergeyev, Whether Guevara and Konstantin Potapov, Stefania Danilov and Ilya Mazo, Chris Aiver and Natasha Denisova; actors Pavel Artemyev and Ksenia Orlova; the group "Queens Popov" and "He is young"; the authors are from St. Petersburg, Kharkov, Samara, Nizhny Novgorod, Minsk, Sevastopol, Severodvinsk, friends of the project, and many others.

Detailed program and tickets are available on the official website of the second charity festival of poetry "uryuu": http://livingpoetsfest.com/

  • All guests from other cities entrance to the festival is free (upon registration).
  • Places are limited - prior to may 1 General ticket for all festival events (except for the concert, "Brodsky. Poems") costs only 800 rubles.
  • Part of the proceeds from the festival organizers will send seriously ill children – wards of the charity Fund "life Line".
  • "uryuu" is supported by Igor Gatina, creative Association "Brewhouse" and radio station "Silver Rain".


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