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26.04.2019
The historical restaurant Literary Cafe invites guests to a literary evening dedicated to the work of Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov

On April 26, the historical restaurant Literary Cafe invites guests to a literary evening dedicated to the work of Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov, Russian and American writer, poet, translator, literary critic and entomologist, was born on April 22, 1899.

19.04.2019
An evening dedicated to the works of Nikolai Agnivtsev

On April 19, the historic restaurant Literary Cafe invites guests to a literary evening dedicated to the works of Nikolai Agnivtsev.

April 20, 1888 was born Nikolai Agnivtsev - Russian poet of the Silver Age, playwright, children's writer.

12.04.2019
A literary evening dedicated to the works of Nikolai Stepanovich Gumilyov

On April 12, the historic restaurant Literary Cafe invites guests to a literary evening dedicated to the works of Nikolai Stepanovich Gumilyov. The program includes performances of the best artists of the St. Petersburg scene with musical masterpieces of world culture.

April 15, 1886 was born Nikolai Stepanovich Gumilyov - Russian poet of the Silver Age, the founder of the school of Acmeism, translator, literary critic, traveler.

29.03.2019
An evening will be devoted to the works of Ivan Ivanovich Panayev
On March 29, the theme of the speech of the master of artistic expression will be devoted to the works of Ivan Ivanovich Panayev, a Russian writer, literary critic, journalist, born March 27, 1812.
22.03.2019
The theme of the masterpiece will be devoted to the work of Alexander Nikolaevich Vertinsky
On March 22, the theme of the masterpiece will be devoted to the work of Alexander Nikolaevich Vertinsky, an outstanding Russian and Soviet pop artist, film actor, composer, poet and singer, idol of the first half of the 20th century, born March 21, 1889.
15.03.2019
The theme of the speech of the master of artistic expression will be devoted to the work of Nikolai Mikhailovich Yazykov
On March 15, the theme of the speech of the master of artistic expression will be devoted to the work of Nikolai Mikhailovich Yazykov, a Russian poet of the Romantic era, one of the brightest representatives of the golden age of Russian poetry, born on March 16, 1803.