Children from nine countries will take part in the jubilee 10th season of the International Creativity Project of ROSATOM ‘Nuclear Kids 2018’: Bangladesh, Belarus, China, Croatia, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Russia, and Turkey. This year, overall number of participants will increase up to 80 children: the Russian side will be represented by 56 kids and 24 kids will represent foreign countries.

This year, the rehearsal facilities where the project participants will be preparing the musical – ‘the project headquarters’ - will move from Saint-Petersburg to the town of Tolna (medina Tolna, Hungary). In 2018, road tours will be on August 4 in the town of Szeksz?rd (county of Tolna, Hungary), August 9 in Ozersk and August 12 in Snezhinsk (both in Chelyabinsk Region). The final performances will be given in Et Cetera Theater in Moscow on August 16-17.

In the jubilee season, the rehearsal period of the musical will take 23 days. The participants of the project will have not only to get acquaintances and become a friendly team but create an off-beat musical. Moreover, the jubilee project’s feature is that it will be turned over into a full-length feature which will be shot in parallel with the musical staging. Vladimir Karabanov, who works on the project for five years, will be the director of the movie and stage director of the musical.

As for the rest, the project parameters will remain the same. Traditionally, the project participants will be gifted kids from ROSATOM host cities in Russia: Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Nizhniy Novgorod, Chelyabinsk, Krasnoyarsk, Zelenogorsk, Zheleznogorsk, Volgodonsk, Novovoronezh, Kurchatov, Sosnovy Bor, Angarsk and many others.

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Nuclear Kids is a project of ROSATOM that annually unites talented kids from Russia and foreign countries for production a bright musical show. The main goals of the project is to establish friendship links between the children from different countries, to build up the conditions for creative development of talented children. The project has been implemented since 2009.
Source: Communications Department of ROSATOM