Pushkin House

The exterior of Pushkin House. Photo: Rocio Chacon.

5a Bloomsbury Square
London WC1A 2TA
United Kingdom
Hours: Monday–Saturday 10am–5pm
T +44 20 7269 9770

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Pushkin House is an independent cultural centre established in London in 1954 during the Cold War by a group of scholars with Russian roots. As a venue offering a varied programme of events, exhibitions and community initiatives, we are a platform for initiating active enquiry, debate and exchange across cultures.

We now find ourselves in an increasingly complex and multicultural landscape that begs for important and sometimes uncomfortable questions to be raised around Russia’s ideologically charged cultural legacy. We believe that today it is more important than ever to not just continue to provide an in-depth understanding of Russia’s nuanced culture but also to reassess it and address some of the more universal concerns and ambitions that exist beyond the limiting national definitions of culture. 


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