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"Bums", Theatre-Stidio

Subject / Art/Music, theatre

“BUMS”, children’s theatre (5, Lenina str., Slantsy Town, Miners’ Centre of Social and Cultural Activities). It was organized in 1976 on the initiative of Bobyleva L.I., who is a creative director of the theatre. Repertoire of the theatre includes drama pieces written by Russian and foreign authors, many fairy tales. In 1980 the theatre became a prize-winner of the I Soviet Union Folk Festival. In 1986 the theatre gained a ”national” theatre status. Several times the theatre took part in festivals including international ones – in 1998 in Shaulyai (Lithuania; 1st prize), in 2004 and 2006 – in the International Children’s Theatres Festival in St.Petersburg. The theatre was awarded: in 2000 and 2004 a prize “The best performance for children” at the Leningrad Oblast Festival “Teatralnaya Vesna” (“Theatre Spring”) in Luga Town, in 2006 – it was awarded a prize “The best stage direction” for the play “Sestra Moya Rusalochka” (“My Sister Mermaid”) put on Razumovskaya L.N. play. 3 times the theatre has been on a tour in Estonia (2000, 2002, 2003), some plays have been staged in St.Petersburg theatres.

Illarionova, Irina Nikolayevna

Bobyleva, Lyudmila I.
Pazumovskaya, L.N.

Leningrad Oblast, the/Slantsi District/Slantsi Town/Lenin Street
Leningrad Oblast, the/Luga District/Luga Town

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Slantsy House of Culture of Miners
"The Theatre spring", an oblast festival

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