An Englishwoman on Homemade Burgers and Freedom in Russian Theatre

A young theatre worker from London speaks about Moscow during the 2000s, dacha trips and interacting with Russians

‘I Really Wanted to See the Places They Never Show to Foreigners’

A London native visited remote Russian villages and towns, experiencing firsthand traditional Russian craftsmanship

Russian Art Sales Week Kicks Off in London

The capital of Great Britain hosts the “Russian Art Sales Week"

133 UK Tour Operators Selling Trips to Russia

Sergei Korneev, deputy head of Russia’s Federal Tourism Agency, said that 133 British tour operators were offering package tours to Russia

Russian President Sends Condolences over Gruesome Explosion in Manchester

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to British Prime Minister Theresa May over the terrorist attack that struck the stadium in Manchester

Moscow State University Presents a Mirror that Can Be ‘Turned Off’

Physicists of the Moscow State University in collaboration with scientists from the United States and Germany have created a transformable metamaterial based on nanoparticles of gallium arsenide

Singaporean Hotel Chain Citadines Enters Russian Market

Citadines, an international apart’hotel chain and member of Ascott Limited, is planning to enter the Russian market

Russia’s Abrau-Durso Hoping to Sell Wine in UK’s Asda Supermarkets

Russian wine producer Abrau-Durso is planning to continue negotiations to sell wine through the United Kingdom’s Asda supermarket chain

Demand for Business Travel to Russia Increases by 60%

The number of invitations issued for business visas to Russia increased by almost 60% in 2016 compared to 2015

‘Russian Fans Are Quite Friendly’

On the eve of the UEFA Europa League round of 16 match between FK Rostov and Manchester United, a fan of the English giants said that the British aren't afraid of Russians

The British Artists Looking for ‘Real Russia’

British artists share their impressions on travelling across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway

British Students Animate Russian Classics

Students from London’s Kingston University have created several animated trailers for classic Russian novels in anticipation of their republishing in the UK

Tudor Rose Medallion from 16th Century Discovered in Central Moscow

Moscow archaeologists have discovered a 16th-century English medallion during an excavation of the southern part of Zaryadye Park

Moscow Metro to Launch ‘Science Train’

A “Science Train” will soon hit the tracks in the Moscow Metro, according to a TASS report that cited an announcement by Michael Bird

In the Land of the Unicorn

Russian Film Week draws to a close in London

UK Travel Awards Handed Out in Russia

The UK’s Buying Business Travel Awards for achievements in business tourism were given out in Russia for the first time

Russian Film Week to Open in London

London will host Russian Film Week from Nov. 30 to Dec. 4

Tours from the UK to Crimea to Resume

Organised tours from the United Kingdom to Crimea will resume in 2017 for the first time since the peninsula joined the Russian Federation

The Prodigy Sons Return

Genuine love: how The Prodigy and Russia found each other

FT: Italian PM Talked EU Leaders Out of New Anti-Russia Sanctions

Matteo Renzi, prime minister of Italy, has reportedly persuaded leaders of Germany, France and the UK to not implement new sanctions against Russia

Russia Today's Bank Accounts in UK Closed by Court Decision

Bank accounts in the UK for RT, the media outlet formerly known as Russia Today, were closed by a court order