Thank you for your support extended to us during these difficult days!

We express our sincere gratitude to our Strategic partner – the Swiss Cooperation Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.

Thank you for your support extended to us during these difficult days!


BELIEF IN FACT THAT ALL IS FROM A TO Z…. DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF YURI ALEXANDROV

Yuri Vilyamovich Alexandrov (1951-2010). Culturologist, film expert, theater expert.
The role of Yuri Vilyamovich in Tashkent culture will never be fully appreciated. All his life he was engaged in educational activities, created theatrical and educational projects.
He lectured at universities in Tashkent on aesthetics, theater history, and cultural studies. He would say to students: “If you are not interested, leave immediately. You will get your three anyway.” And no one would leave: they instead would listen with their mouth open. (more…)


WE THANK THE EMBASSY OF FRANCE!

The Embassy of France in Uzbekistan is doing a great job in the field of cultural cooperation between the two countries. The Ilkhom Theater is one of the main platforms where various cultural and art related projects can be implemented.
We express our sincere gratitude to the Embassy of France in Uzbekistan for their trust and support!


Thank you for your support extended to us during these difficult days!

We express our sincere gratitude to our Strategic partner – the Swiss Cooperation Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.

Thank you for your support extended to us during these difficult days!


HUMAN HOUSE GALLERY NEEDS OUR SUPPORT!

We know firsthand what it means to live in fear of losing your Home. A house that inspires. The house where you want to create. A house under the roof of which live beauty and desire to make our world better.
Human House is an original place in our city with an unlimited love for national traditions, culture and art. This is one of the architectural landmarks of Tashkent – creative master classes, meetings with interesting people, musical evenings, fashion shows are held here.
Such places are simply necessary for the city to claim itself a capital. Let’s help save Human House together!


“ONE AS A NAIL THAT TRIES TO HOLD A BLANKET OF CULTURE.”

LARISA PANKRATOVA SHARES ARCHIVES AND MEMORIES ABOUT MARK WAIL AND THE ILKHOM THEATER.
In 1978, Leonard Babakhanov (actor, director and script-writer) and his wife Dilya Babakhanova brought me to the theater. “Petty-bourgeois wedding” was being rehearsed.

That’s how I discovered the creative space of Ilkhom.
We often hung out in the cafe of the Yoshlik Hotel. On the right was a semi-basement – life was in full swing, there were jazz festivals, artists exhibited, concerts and meetings took place. (more…)


We express our sincere gratitude to our Strategic partner – the Swiss Cooperation Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.

We express our sincere gratitude to our Strategic partner – the Swiss Cooperation Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.
Thank you for your support extended to us during these difficult days!


“HE ALWAYS WANTED ARTISTS TO HAVE RIGHTS.”

DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF RAKHIM KARIEV, THE GREAT OLD MAN.
Chairman of the Uzbekistan Theater Society, cultural figure Rakhim Majidovich Kariev remained in the memory of cultural Uzbeks as the Defender of new art. Ilkhomites remember him as the Great Old Man.
“A MAN WHO SUPPORTS THE PRESENT AND TALENT” (more…)


ARS LONGA – THEATER SERIES

Zoom series ARS LONGA (art forever) is a joint project of the Ilkhom Theater and the ART & SHOCK Theater.
Every Wednesday and Saturday at 20:00 Tashkent time, you may watch the performance in a new format: the beloved artists of two independent theaters present the online series ARS LONGA (art forever) on their YouTube channels.
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What’s going to win? Real art or the rules of “life in isolation” which would send the theatre into the remnants of history.

https://start-time.kz/project/?id=1160
What’s going to win? Real art or the rules of “life in isolation” which would send the theatre into the remnants of history.

Under the quarantine conditions, the theatres @artishock_theatre and Ilkhom are not able to perform on their stages. This threatens the future of both collectives as ticket sales for productions are the base income of theatre companies. At the moment, theatres urgently need financial and informational support.

We are launching a crowdfunding project on the start-time.kz platform, and these contributions will be directed to both theatres.

We are asking out patrons and partners to support the two leading, independent theatres of the region.


We express our sincere gratitude to our Strategic partner – the Swiss Cooperation Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.

We express our sincere gratitude to our Strategic partner – the Swiss Cooperation Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.
Thank you for your support extended to us during these difficult days!


Art VS. Isolation

https://start-time.kz/project/?id=1160

What’s going to win? Real art or the rules of “life in isolation” which would send the theatre into the remnants of history.

Under the quarantine conditions, the theatres ARTiSHOK and Ilkhom are not able to perform on their stages. This threatens the future of both collectives as ticket sales for productions are the base income of theatre companies. At the moment, theatres urgently need financial and informational support.

We are launching a crowdfunding project on the start-time.kz platform, and these contributions will be directed to both theatres.

We are asking out patrons and partners to support the two leading, independent theatres of the region.


ONLINE PREMIERE OF THE FILM BY MARC WAIL “MAY OUR THINKING BE CLEAN”. 1983 YEAR.

A documentary about the early years of development of the Ilkhom Theater.
The early years, Ilkhom existed as a theater studio of professional actors in Tashkent. The very first productions contradicted the canons of the Soviet theater. And instantly evoked a response from the viewer: by freedom, honesty and courage. (more…)