Whether you need a Russian translator or interpreter in London, Talk Russian provides a range of services at competitive rates. We are a team of qualified and accredited language specialists who will work on your project to your specific requirements.
Legal translation service is available and we can have the translation certified, sworn or notarised. We are able to advise the type of certification you are likely to need, depending on what the document is intended for.
As we translate in-house and specialise in Russian only, we can ensure the quality and accuracy of our work. Our team can handle projects large and small, including arbitration documentation and instruction manuals. We also translate digital media projects for TV, radio and mobile apps.
Our translators have extensive experience working with clients in finance, retail, marketing, manufacturing, property, oil and gas and other industries.
Our Russian translators are accredited by professional organisations for translators and interpreters.
Why is it best to have your document translated by a specialist? Machine translation may be OK for basic content, but when you have an important document at hand, which will be crucial in a trade deal, a court hearing or an immigration case, you simply can't risk it. Get in touch with us to discuss your specific requirements.
Are translations proofread by an independent translator? We do the proofreading at no extra cost.
Is the translation going to have the same formatting as the original document? Yes, and Russian text tends to take up to 25% more space compared to the same English passage. We will take care of the formatting for you and re-create it if we are working from a hard copy.
As a specialist company we offer:
Fast turnaround with a quick and easy order process. We offer various payment methods too!
Document delivery by email or hard copy. And first class postage is free!
Highest standards and quality at a reasonable price. Just take a look at what our customers say!
LONDON AND RUSSIAN CONNECTIONS
Pushkin House is the UK's oldest independent Russian cultural centre. It was founded in1954 by Russian émigrés and British enthusiasts to celebrate, explore and share aspects of Russian culture.
The Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Dormition of the Mother of God and All Saints is a Grade II listed building at Ennismore Gardens, Knightsbridge, London, SW7 1NH.
The 1844 Room, where Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family often receive most distinguished visitors at Buckingham Palace, is named after the visit of Tsar Nicholas I to London in 1844.
London has a plaque to commemorate Joseph Brodsky, a Nobel Prize winner in literature. He lived at Hampstead Hill Gardens during his numerous visits to London.
The Soviet War Memorial in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park, London Borough of Southwark, commemorates the loss of lives of 27 million people of the former Soviet Union in the fight against fascism during World War II.
A statue of Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova was added to Victoria Palace Theatre in 1911. The legend has it that Pavlova thought looking at the statue was unlucky and avoided it whenever she walked past.
London has a plaque to Vladimir Lenin. It was initially placed in 1962 on the house where he used to live, however the building was demolished six years later, but the plaque was re-installed in 1972 on a newly-built house.