On October 14, Ufa will host the annual historical festival "Ancient Ufa" at the "Russia — My History" multimedia park. It will take place within the framework of the historical and cultural project "I get to know Ufa" — the winner of the federal competition for presidential grants.
All performances were postponed for two weeks at the Bashkir Opera and Ballet Theater. Such measures are associated with the illness of the soloists of both opera and ballet troupes, the theater press service shared with the Bashinform News Agency. At the same time, the theater does not completely stop its work;
Festive events will be held in Ufa and the municipalities of the republic during the 30th International Aksakov Holiday from September 25 to October 1. It is dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the first Ufa governor Grigory Sergeevich Aksakov.
On September 25, a theatrical concert "Aksakov's fairy tales" will take place, an exhibition-fair of folk craftsmen will be organized in the village of Karmaskaly.
The "Bone Carving Master" exhibition from the funds of the Republican historical and cultural museum-reserve "Ancient Ufa" has opened in Ufa. The exhibition presents unique items and bone artifacts found during excavations on the territory of the "Ufa-II Settlement" archeological monument.
The "Little Sister" war drama based on the story by Mustai Karim, directed by Alexander Galibin, won a festival prize again. The film was recognized as the best in the "Fiction" category at the 29th International Film Festival "Golden Vityaz". The leading actor Arslan Krymchurin won the Best Children's Actor category for the role of Yamil.