Be in the audience for BBC Global Questions in Street Art Museum

Starting from 6 PM on Wednesday, November 15th, Street Art Museum will host BBC Global Questions program. The main topic of the discussion is the influence of the last century events on the development of modern Russia.

One hundred years ago, Lenin and his Bolsheviks seized power at the Winter Palace in St Petersburg – the October revolution of 1917 was one of the turning points of modern history: it shaped not only Russia but the modern world. A century on, Global Questions returns to St Petersburg to assess the Russia of today, in particular through the eyes of its younger generation. Soviet communism has collapsed, but what has replaced it? Has post-Communist Russia lived up to the dreams of its people, and if not, what changes and reforms do they want to see?

BBC World Television will host a discussion in English with Zeinab Badawi (6 PM – 7 PM) followed by a Russian language programme with Oleg Antonenko (7.30 PM – 8.30 PM). Panellists will be announced soon.

You're invited to be in the audience! To apply to join please email  [email protected]

All audience members must be registered to attend. You will receive an email to confirm that you are registered. All audience members are welcome to attend both programmes. Please let us know if you would like to attend the English programme, the Russian programme or both.

BBC will provide limited buses from a central point in St Petersburg to the Street Art Museum on Wednesday 15 November. If you would like to make use of transport to the venue please let us know. Exact timings and meeting point will be confirmed closer to the time.


Global Questions is a BBC program where people living and working in different countries as well as audiences on social media put their questions to a panel of key figures from politics, business and culture.