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Almost 130 million rubles will be spent on overhaul of the puppet theater in the Amur region

Almost 130 million rubles will be spent on overhaul of the puppet theater in the Amur region
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Amur Regional Puppet Theater is waiting for a major overhaul. Work will begin next year and will last until 2022. 129,3 million rubles will be allocated to them within the framework of the national project “Culture”.

Now there is a preparation of project documentation. The work will be held as part of the state program "Development of Culture and Tourism" and the regional program "Development and Preservation of Culture and Art of the Amur Region".

According to the press service of the regional Ministry of Culture, EastRussia said that the theater will continue to operate during the overhaul. Much will depend on where the work will take place - if in the lobby or on the stage, then there will be no performances at this time, if in the workrooms - the troupe will continue to show. Touring and visiting activities, as well as preparation for new performances, will not stop.

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