Play Bill Catherine's Assembly
The building of the former Catherine's Assembly at the end of the 19th and first half of the 20th centuries was one of the centers of cultural life in St. Petersburg. Its history is inextricably linked with the names of Sergey Diaghilev, Anna Pavlova, Alexander Kugel, Zinaida Kholmskaya, Nikolai Evreinov, Samuel Samosud and other famous representatives of Russian culture. It so happened that the muses had to leave the walls of the Catherine Assembly for many years.
The magnificent front staircase - a striking example of the style of St. Petersburg Art Nouveau - will turn into a real time ribbon. It will be possible to travel through it during the Catherine's Assembly, where magnificent masquerades, musical and dramatic evenings were held, rehearsals of the first “Russian Seasons”, performances of the Crooked Mirror theater and operettas of the director Nikolai Seversky were held, members of the literary circle Korney Chukovsky sat.
A century later, the traditions of holding concert and theatrical evenings on the stage of the building of the Catherine's Assembly are revived.
In the Catherine’s Assembly there are 2 halls:Hall №1 (172 seat) - Plan of the hall:
Hall №2 (180 seat) (free seating) - Plan of the hall:
There is free seating in the hall, all tickets are entrance (without numbering).