Revolutions and World War I twisted 1913-1933 into a changeable twenty years for Russian culture. Artistic, literary and musical traditions were considerably shaken, and new types of theatrical productions demanded a wave of innovative work in unusual media. This exhibition of more than 150 radical designs from the period includes work from some of the Russian avant-garde's most celebrated figures. It includes work by Kazimir Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko and Vladimir Tatlin, among others, whose widely varied set and costume designs went on to influence wider artistic practices. Entry is free.