Maslenitsa Russian Festival In London
The festival kicked start on 6th March 2016 and will end on 16th March 2016
Dancers performing their art during the Maslenitsa festival in London
The life in London, never fell short of rich cultural diversity, offering endless fun, joy and entertainment. Maslenitsa also known as the Russian Sun Festival is a celebration of the chilling winters end and welcome of the spring, the warmth, the hope and the growth. Maslenitsa festival started on 6th March in London, accompanying a lot of events rejoicing Russian culture on various venues over the city. This is a combination of an Orthodox religious holiday and a celebration of spring arrival.
The festival is bringing a wide range of entertaining activities this year, including recitals, concerts, lectures and culinary workshops. Of special interest is a fashion display, displayed on 8 March with fashion designer Natalia Kau a Maslenitsa Fashion Award winner and the Chekhov Maslenitsa Culinary Experience at Mari Vanna restaurant Knightsbridge on March 12th, 2016.
The true colours of Russian culture would be revealed via these unfolding events of the tradition, organised by Ensemble Productions. Head of the organising company Olga Balaleets thinks the number of events has multiplied and the intensity of program has increased. During the week long activity, on some days variety of functions and activities will take place.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson explained Maslenitsa as an opportunity for the Londoners to explore more about the Russian culture.
The Maslenitsa festival will last till 13th of March 2016 although the program is heading towards the end, but still plenty of entertainment is in the pipeline, which could be availed by allowing your quality time to the events.
Like on all special occasions, KV Cars of London is offering its high-quality services at very low rates to take you to the venues of the program before it ends. We have extended our availability to cover the communication needs and assist you to grab this opportunity. We welcome and wish best of luck to everyone involved enhancing and cherishing the communal programs.