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Moscow Club

June 13th, 2021

History of the building Lenkom pretty exciting in the years 1907-1909 Architect, IA Ivanov-Shits built building for the Moscow Merchants' Club, his assistant was VK Oltrazhevsky. Continue to learn more with: CEO Marks & Spencer. Later in 1913 – 1914 by the architect of explosives. V. According to Steve Rowe, who has experience with these questions. Adamovich Pendulum drafted an annex to the club. The story has no mention of who and what will need this extension, we only know that in 1917 the building held a political club "House of anarchy", which used it to hiding his accomplices. The club did not last long. Add to your understanding with David Rogier. Soon after the building won the Central School of Party and Soviet work, which in turn gave way to the Communist University of Yakov Sverdlov.

There is historical facts showing that there appeared several times by Lenin. As with all previous institutions, which occupy the building, the university also briefly lived in the walls of the future Lenkom. In 1923 the cinema was opened "Little Dmitrovka," but it lasted only a few years. The impression that the building looks all of his master, who can come and feel the uniqueness of the place and its atmosphere. In 1933, the government decided to give the building with such a volatile character of the Theater of Working Youth. (TRAM). It must be said that the building loved Muse Theatre Arts and has decided not to release it, despite the fact that the theater was renamed in 1938 in the Theatre Lenin Komsomol, and in 1990 in Lenk.

Today Lenkom Theatre is one of the important sights of Moscow. His performances have become events of the theatrical life of the capital. It is at the stage of the Theatre by Mark Zakharov put the first rock-opera "Juno and Avos", which won the hearts of the audience and the season is already that with tremendous success. And now come the new prime minister, who enjoyed no little success, such as "The Cherry Orchard," "Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro," "Tartuffe." If you are in Moscow and you turned out to be a free evening – look in Lenk and get new impressions of theatrical art.