Drama – Performance

october

sun01oct21:00ARGYRO CHIOTI+VASISTAS GROUP DANTE’S ‘DIVINE COMEDY’21:00 SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

Price

– SECTION A €15 – SECTION B €12 -Tickets for the unemployed: A number of 10-euro seats will be available.

Event Details

Reviews make mention of “a religious experience you take in through all your senses”. All the elements of the performance, which presents Dante’s trilogy in Greece for the first time, promise a complete work of art that adopts music, spoken word and physical rhythm, in order to provide a new dimension in the existential extravaganza of the medieval epic. Four musicians and eight singers, a string quartet integrated into the entirety of the on-stage action, and a solid core of performers, help the narrative unfold. Musical minimalism and electronic music have a live “conversation” through the use of new media, the expressive power of the human body, and the musical dimension of the chorus. A theatrical experience with stops in Hell, Purgatory and Heaven, the Divine Comedy road trip is an unprecedented stage experience.

Director Argyro Chioti and the VASISTAS group faithfully serve the essence of this classical work. They provide audiences with a performance that dives into the realm of shadows in order to achieve a redemptory exodus into the light, with the audience feeling rejuvenated.

PRODUCTION:
ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE
COPRODUCTION:
Les Théâtres (France)
TOUR SUPPORT:
Onassis Cultural Centre

Time

(Sunday) 21:00

Location

SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

2 Ethnikis Amynis Street Τ: 2315 200 200

mon02oct21:00OOOO–THE DREAM OF GOGOL SFUMATO LABORATORY THEATRE21:00 ‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Price

€10 REGULAR €8 CONCESSIONS Invitations available for unemployment card holders

Event Details

A different view on Gogol’s timeless piece in a multi-award-winning performance by the now renowned Bulgarian experimental group, which has toured countless international theatrical events and forums. Sfumato Laboratory Theatre was founded in 1989 by directors Margarita Mladenova and Ivan Dobchev. In almost three decades of ceaseless activity, it has become known around the world for its unique approach to theatrical art. It is a member of the Union of Theatres of Europe. In “OOOO –The Dream of Gogol”, the audience will have the opportunity to observe not so much a faithful interpretation of the Russian playwright’s text, as a suffusion of the theatrical group into the written work, which takes on a dreamy texture through the high aesthetic set design, the pioneering costume design and the excellent performance guaranteed by Sfumato group.

WITH THE SUPPORT OF:
NATIONAL CULTURE FUND BULGARIA

Time

(Monday) 21:00

Location

‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Corner of 42 Paraskevopoulou Street & Konstantinoupoleos Street Τ: 2310 869 869

wed04oct00:0023:592ND KAPANI PROJECT00:00 - 23:59 KAPANI MARKET

Price

FREE ADMISSION

Event Details

A fresh Thessaloniki institution is returning with a major celebration of the central market, at a venue where the old meets the new, in a multi-faceted complex of the arts and urban culture.

Live gigs by popular bands from Athens and Thessaloniki, sets by DJs from Greece and abroad, performance art pieces inspired by Kapani Market and its everyday activities, films with references to everything from surrealism to Dadaism, presentations by Kostas Zafirakis, walking tours, exhibitions, tastes and scents of the market, from Askitou Street to Vlali Street and from Spandoni Street to Kydoniatou Street.

Kapani Project, an event that started in 2016 as a multi-thematic stroll through the historical central market of Thessaloniki and gave us many unique experiences, always oriented towards culture, social contact, getting to know the most unique nooks and crannies and the culture of Thessaloniki, is returning with its powerful message: The urban landscape includes authentic neighbourhoods that deserve to come to life.

WITH THE SUPPORT OF:
THESSALONIKI HISTORY CENTRE
THESSALONIKI CHAMBER OF TRADESMEN

Time

(Wednesday) 00:00 - 23:59

Location

KAPANI MARKET

Menexe 25, Thessaloniki

wed04oct21:00OUR SECRETS BÉLA PINTÉR AND COMPANY21:00 LABATTOIR

Price

€10 REGULAR €8 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

Moral conflict in life in Hungary of the early 80s, in a performance written and directed by internationally acclaimed dramaturge Béla Pintér. A work without heroes in a time deprived of romance, the chronicle of a period marked by distrust, repression, hypocrisy, censorship, and explicit surveillance. Fans of ‘Other Peoples’ Lives’ will recognise common themes between the Academy Award-winning film and the performance of the Budapest-based troupe, which presents a tragicomic record of events in a Hungarian society with a strict hierarchy. The protagonists are the patrons of a dance club.

One of them is an informant, whose actions bring to light smaller and greater secrets, revealing a period where relationships between the individual and authority were anything but friendly.

Translation: Manuela Berki

Audience members must be over the age of 18

Time

(Wednesday) 21:00

Location

LABATTOIR

No 35 26th October Street Τ: 2313 318 203

05oct(oct 5)21:0006nov(nov 6)21:00SLEEP, STELLA BY YANNIS ECONOMIDES21:00 - (november 6) 21:00 SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

Price

€15 REGULAR €13 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

Award-winning film director Yannis Economides, creator of ‘The Matchbox’ and acclaimed films ‘Soul Kicking’, ‘Knifer’ and ‘Stratos’, the voice of young Greek cinema that surgically incises petit bourgeois behaviours and dark spots in Greek society, has written and is directing his first work exclusively for the theatre. ‘Sleep, Stella’ leads us through the luxurious villa of a nouveau riche Greek, where affluence coexists with vulgarity and relationships have the colour of money. In a family where the father-master’s law is enforced through Mafia-style methods, Stella refuses to marry the man imposed on her by her environment, and insists on her self-evident right of personal choice. However, love, and any other expression of individual liberty, becomes null and void in the face of material interest, which compels submission to any decisions made. Dignity, morality and emotions are considered luxuries in the stifling universe of ‘Sleep, Stella’. Drawing on a forbidden love, the work records present day reality and decodes a world established on lies, money, vulgarity and crime. The dream of social advancement and material affluence neutralises every value, and corrodes behaviours and consciences.

NATIONAL THEATRE

Time

October 5 (Thursday) 21:00 - November 6 (Monday) 21:00

Location

SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

2 Ethnikis Amynis Street Τ: 2315 200 200

07oct(oct 7)21:1008nov(nov 8)21:10THE SEAGULL... THAT’S WHAT I WANTED TO SAY HASHART THEATRE GROUP21:10 - (november 8) 21:10 ‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Price

€12 REGULAR €10 PRESALE €8 CONCESSIONS €5 UNEMPLOYED

Event Details

A performance on the passions of love and creativity, based on Chekhov’s ‘The Seagull’ and the writings of: Akis Dimou, George Chimonas, Laurent Gaude, Giannis Efstathiadis, Sarah Kane, Giannis Panou, Spyros Stavropoulos, Javier Marias, Henriette Vogel, as well as other important creators and authors.

Faithful to the first half of its name, HashArt theatrical troupe mixes old and new material that it amasses from libraries, record collections and from within the emotional wells of its own members, in order to imbue new life into the original material, while placing it in a different dimension. The result of the many months of “hashing it out” – their creative process – is imprinted in this successful performance of the large troupe, which was first performed in 2016 and continued until June 2017, with tours in Athens, Patras and Ioannina. It is now coming to the 52nd Dimitria to introduce itself to the Thessaloniki theatre audience.

PERFORMANCE TIMES
07 OCT 21:00
08 OCT 18:00, 21:00

Time

October 7 (Saturday) 21:10 - November 8 (Wednesday) 21:10

Location

‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Corner of 42 Paraskevopoulou Street & Konstantinoupoleos Street Τ: 2310 869 869

tue10oct21:00TEATRUL DE COMEDIE INSPECTOR GENERAL21:00 LABATTOIR

Price

€10 REGULAR €8 CONCESSIONS Invitations available for unemployment card holders

Event Details

‘Inspector General’ by Gogol, one of the great literary works of the world, is a timeless story about authority and its illusions, about the nature of corruption and the rigid face of bureaucracy.

Summary: In an undetermined geographical and intellectual state, a traveller who arrives at the capital escorted by his servant is mistaken for the Inspector General who is expected to arrive at any moment. A whole mechanism of corruption is set into motion due to the presence of the fake official. The gradual revelation of the truth changes the situation dramatically and the protagonists’ true characteristics are revealed in a disarming way. Teatrul de Comedie approaches this literary masterpiece with a caustic sense of humour and through extreme comical situations.

Time

(Tuesday) 21:00

Location

LABATTOIR

No 35 26th October Street Τ: 2313 318 203

wed11oct21:00LIPPYby the DEAD CENTER Group 21:00 ‘AVLAIA’ THEATRE

Price

€12 REGULAR €10 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

The avant-garde theatre group from Dublin, having received awards in New York, with a number of international accolades in its luggage, is coming to Thessaloniki for the first time, with a moving story based on real news.

In July 2000 the lifeless bodies of three sisters and the aunt that raised them were discovered by their landlord in a village in Ireland. It seems that they jointly decided to starve themselves to death, without having left any explanation as to why they made this decision, apart from unclear evidence and ripped up letters. This mysterious suicide pact remained conclusively unexplained, and the unanswered “why” was the spark for the Lippy group to creatively respond to the drama, instead of trying to hypothetically reconstruct it. Marrying elements from metatheatre, narrative and interactive theatre, the exceptionally intriguing and up-and-coming ‘Dead Centre’ Irish group provides us with their own version of this tragedy.

Time

(Wednesday) 21:00

Location

‘AVLAIA’ THEATRE

YMCATH Square (Tsimiski Street)

12oct(oct 12)21:0013nov(nov 13)21:00BLACK SNOW – THE DIARY OF A DEAD MAN21:00 - (november 13) 21:00 ‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Price

€15 REGULAR €12 STUDENTS & LARGE FAMILIES €10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE €8 THE UNEMPLOYED & CONCESSIONS

Event Details

DIRECTED BY KOSTAS FILIPPOGLOU AND PRODUCED BY GOODHEART PRODUCTIONS

A performance based on the autobiographical and incredibly funny “theatrical novel” by Mikhail Bulgakov, which he wrote at the same time as ‘The Master and Margarita’, but which he left unfinished due to his death. In his work, Bulgakov outlines a gallery of characters from theatre and the letters, grotesquely highlighted in an increasingly suffocating dance around the lonely, desperate figure of the author, who is searching for a way to make a living from his work, while at the same time remaining faithful to his literary vision and himself. Director Kostas Filippoglou uses the tools of physical theatre to create a poetic, humorous performance, with intense cinematic interchanges of imagery and a relentless rhythm, breathing life into a work that highlights the oppression and marginalisation experienced by innovative creators at the hands of the establishment, by younger artists at the hands of older artists and by helpless citizens at the hands of authority.

Time

October 12 (Thursday) 21:00 - November 13 (Monday) 21:00

Location

‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Corner of 42 Paraskevopoulou Street & Konstantinoupoleos Street Τ: 2310 869 869

13oct(oct 13)18:0015(oct 15)21:00PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL18:00 - 21:00 (15) Various locations

Price

FREE ADMISSION

Event Details

The festival that highlights the way in which we experience art through experiential and participatory practice, returns. Physicality in its most selfless and extroverted expression meets aesthetics and their various expressions, contemporary socio-political issues, collective and personal conflicts, and artists’ compelling need for direct dialogue. This year’s event places at its core the concept of the ‘home’, with the artists exploring how established concepts and values have been changed, as they are violently adjusted to the new reality of living conditions, visions and expectations, proposing a new view on familiarity and coexistence. The performance festival includes a series of live events by Greek and foreign artists, as well as an homage to Ana Mendieta, a visual artists who is on her way to holding an emblematic position in feminist art history.

MAIN PROGRAMME OF THE 6TH THESSALONIKI BIENNALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART

STATE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Time

13 (Friday) 18:00 - 15 (Sunday) 21:00

Location

Various locations

13oct(oct 13)21:0014(oct 14)21:00ALEXANDROS IOLAS21:00 - 21:00 (14) MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Price

€10 REGULAR €8 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

BY CHRISTOFOROS ANTONIADIS

Based on the book by Nikos Stathoulis ‘Alexandros Iolas’, the anniversary edition theatrical performance ‘ALEXANDROS IOLAS’ that marks 30 years since the death of the great patron of the arts, will attempt to take its viewers on a journey through the surreal life of a man who lived like the hero of a fairytale and died like the hero of an ancient tragedy.

Christoforos Antoniadis has written, directed and selected the music for the play, while he stars as Alexandros Iolas. The performance spans his entire life, from his childhood in Alexandria to the last dramatic moments of a man who knew all the major artists of his time, experienced art and love greedily, but, alas, died alone: “Even the statues have left”.

IN COOPERATION WITH: THE MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

 

 

Time

13 (Friday) 21:00 - 14 (Saturday) 21:00

Location

MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Egnatias 154 (TIF-Helexpo) T: +30 2310 240002

16oct(oct 16)21:0017(oct 17)21:00THE RIDICULOUS DARKNESS BY WOLFRAM LOTZ21:00 - 21:00 (17) ‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Price

€12 REGULAR €10 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

BY THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE

The most translated German play of recent years – based on Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ and Coppola’s ‘Apocalypse Now’ – explores how Europeans perceive foreigners, criticises economic-military expansionism and combines existential angst with parody.

Awarded Best German Language play of 2015 by Theater Heure magazine and the Nestroy award committee, ‘The Ridiculous Darkness’ puts two soldiers on a dangerous mission in the rainforests of Afghanistan. With them are two Somali pirates, an Italian UN peacekeeper, a Serbian native, a quirky pastor, a parrot that delivers the news, a mysterious lieutenant colonel who defected to the jungle, and a desperate radio playwright. An alternative version of the timeless, “The horror! The horror!”, a fresh directorial look, a new generation of acting talent in the crucial interpretive field of political farce.

IN COOPERATION WITH:  THE NATIONAL THEATRE, GOETHE-INSTITUT

Time

16 (Monday) 21:00 - 17 (Tuesday) 21:00

Location

‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Corner of 42 Paraskevopoulou Street & Konstantinoupoleos Street Τ: 2310 869 869

thu19oct21:00ISRAFIL'S TRUMPET AMER MOSAFER21:00 LABATTOIR

Price

€12 REGULAR €10 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

A mother who leaves her child in the care of her dead husband’s mother in an effort to keep it safe.

A cruel, foul-mouthed grandmother who seems to have no feelings of love and is motivated only by money. A drunk official who has moved beyond any concept of victory or defeat in war. The city priest, former bar owner, current arms dealer, who supplies weapons to both sides of the war in cooperation with the official. An insane woman in the service of the church who saw the war take her child from her. These are the helpless resident of the city in which the child, the play’s central character, must live. ‘Israfel’s Trumpet’ is a performance about the destructive war of Iran. It is the story of a devastated city, whose residents have become used to brutality and loss to such an extent that they stay alive only through their survival instinct. It is the innocence and purity of that boy’s soul that will shine a light on the humanity in each of the residents. At the end of the journey, war will continue, however, the hearts of the protagonists will have softened. Amer Mosafer directs the timely play by Siavash Pakrah and the six-member troupe stages a lively and deeply emotional performance.

Time

(Thursday) 21:00

Location

LABATTOIR

No 35 26th October Street Τ: 2313 318 203

20oct(oct 20)18:0021(oct 21)18:00ET-MEN OR I BREATHE GEOPOETICSGEOPOETICS18:00 - 18:00 (21) YENI CAMI

Price

FREE ADMISSION

Event Details

An in-situ performance – concept and direction by Anna Tzakou. Shortly before sunset, performers Georgia Tenta and Marios Chatziprokopiou will execute an audio meditation, interacting with the historic spirituality of Yeni Cami.

With them, the audience will create a ritual of motion, light and sound, following the instructions of empathy, silence and stillness. As the darkness spreads throughout the space, the action transforms into a living mandala of bodies, each time expressing a prayer on the spot. The performance introduces a live audio sculpture that returns to the city as an experience of community. It coordinates mind and body in the present of the space, in order to reinvent individual and collective concepts of self.

Through the experience of a new ‘we are – together’ the participatory event takes the audience back, like a breath of fresh air, to the contemporary city, by redefining their history with it.

Time

20 (Friday) 18:00 - 21 (Saturday) 18:00

Location

YENI CAMI

30, Archeologikou Mousiou Street. Tel: 2310 857978, 2310 425531

21oct(oct 21)18:0022(oct 22)18:00ET-MEN OR I BREATHE GEOPOETICSGEOPOETICS18:00 - 18:00 (22) YENI CAMI

Price

FREE ADMISSION

Event Details

An in-situ performance – concept and direction by Anna Tzakou. Shortly before sunset, performers Georgia Tenta and Marios Chatziprokopiou will execute an audio meditation, interacting with the historic spirituality of Yeni Cami.

With them, the audience will create a ritual of motion, light and sound, following the instructions of empathy, silence and stillness. As the darkness spreads throughout the space, the action transforms into a living mandala of bodies, each time expressing a prayer on the spot. The performance introduces a live audio sculpture that returns to the city as an experience of community. It coordinates mind and body in the present of the space, in order to reinvent individual and collective concepts of self.

Through the experience of a new ‘we are – together’ the participatory event takes the audience back, like a breath of fresh air, to the contemporary city, by redefining their history with it.

Time

21 (Saturday) 18:00 - 22 (Sunday) 18:00

Location

YENI CAMI

30, Archeologikou Mousiou Street. Tel: 2310 857978, 2310 425531

sun22oct21:00THE CROSSROADS 2017 STAR THEATER BEIJING21:00 LABATTOIR

Price

€12 REGULAR €10 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

In the spectacular opera from Beijing martial arts, theatrical performance and glorious costume design walk hand in hand with the mysterious power of pure Chinese culture.

Star Theatres mark the art of the future in China, where the momentum of pioneering theatre is searching for a way out of the conventions of the political establishment. A martial arts show and opera at the same time, Crossroads is based on a seemingly simple premise: The star, Wu Sheng (a male character and exceptional martial arts performer) reaches a village inn. Due to a misunderstanding he has a fight with the inn keeper. The entire show is based on depicting their battle in the dark. The stage is brightly lit, however the two characters perform as though they are fighting in the dark. A table and two chairs are the only props. There is an imaginary door, which we perceive only when Wu Chou (the clown-warrior) tries to pick its lock in pantomime.

As the play focuses more on the performance than on the song or recitation, the audience clearly understands the ways in which Chinese opera utilises symbolism as a means of outlining characters and moving the action forward. Beauty that will be appreciated, the splendour of the human body’s capabilities, Crossroads is a modern version of an Asian artistic tradition in an awe-inspiring spectacle.

Time

(Sunday) 21:00

Location

LABATTOIR

No 35 26th October Street Τ: 2313 318 203

wed25oct21:00RUSSIAN REVOLUTION BY CEZARIS GRAUŽINIS21:00 SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

Event Details

BY NATIONAL THEATRE OF NORTHERN GREECE

A performance that tries to reconstruct the first days of the Russian Revolution through the eyes of an everyday person who found themselves carried off by the wave of revolutionary momentum to change the world.

Today, 100 years after the revolution broke out, the National Theatre of Northern Greece presents a contemporary performance on the concept of faith, through the eyes of trailblazing Lithuanian director Cezaris Grauzinis.

Time

(Wednesday) 21:00

Location

SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

2 Ethnikis Amynis Street Τ: 2315 200 200

november

05oct(oct 5)21:0006nov(nov 6)21:00SLEEP, STELLA BY YANNIS ECONOMIDES(october 5) 21:00 - (november 6) 21:00 SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

Price

€15 REGULAR €13 CONCESSIONS

Event Details

Award-winning film director Yannis Economides, creator of ‘The Matchbox’ and acclaimed films ‘Soul Kicking’, ‘Knifer’ and ‘Stratos’, the voice of young Greek cinema that surgically incises petit bourgeois behaviours and dark spots in Greek society, has written and is directing his first work exclusively for the theatre. ‘Sleep, Stella’ leads us through the luxurious villa of a nouveau riche Greek, where affluence coexists with vulgarity and relationships have the colour of money. In a family where the father-master’s law is enforced through Mafia-style methods, Stella refuses to marry the man imposed on her by her environment, and insists on her self-evident right of personal choice. However, love, and any other expression of individual liberty, becomes null and void in the face of material interest, which compels submission to any decisions made. Dignity, morality and emotions are considered luxuries in the stifling universe of ‘Sleep, Stella’. Drawing on a forbidden love, the work records present day reality and decodes a world established on lies, money, vulgarity and crime. The dream of social advancement and material affluence neutralises every value, and corrodes behaviours and consciences.

NATIONAL THEATRE

Time

October 5 (Thursday) 21:00 - November 6 (Monday) 21:00

Location

SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

2 Ethnikis Amynis Street Τ: 2315 200 200

07oct(oct 7)21:1008nov(nov 8)21:10THE SEAGULL... THAT’S WHAT I WANTED TO SAY HASHART THEATRE GROUP(october 7) 21:10 - (november 8) 21:10 ‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Price

€12 REGULAR €10 PRESALE €8 CONCESSIONS €5 UNEMPLOYED

Event Details

A performance on the passions of love and creativity, based on Chekhov’s ‘The Seagull’ and the writings of: Akis Dimou, George Chimonas, Laurent Gaude, Giannis Efstathiadis, Sarah Kane, Giannis Panou, Spyros Stavropoulos, Javier Marias, Henriette Vogel, as well as other important creators and authors.

Faithful to the first half of its name, HashArt theatrical troupe mixes old and new material that it amasses from libraries, record collections and from within the emotional wells of its own members, in order to imbue new life into the original material, while placing it in a different dimension. The result of the many months of “hashing it out” – their creative process – is imprinted in this successful performance of the large troupe, which was first performed in 2016 and continued until June 2017, with tours in Athens, Patras and Ioannina. It is now coming to the 52nd Dimitria to introduce itself to the Thessaloniki theatre audience.

PERFORMANCE TIMES
07 OCT 21:00
08 OCT 18:00, 21:00

Time

October 7 (Saturday) 21:10 - November 8 (Wednesday) 21:10

Location

‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Corner of 42 Paraskevopoulou Street & Konstantinoupoleos Street Τ: 2310 869 869

12oct(oct 12)21:0013nov(nov 13)21:00BLACK SNOW – THE DIARY OF A DEAD MAN(october 12) 21:00 - (november 13) 21:00 ‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Price

€15 REGULAR €12 STUDENTS & LARGE FAMILIES €10 GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE €8 THE UNEMPLOYED & CONCESSIONS

Event Details

DIRECTED BY KOSTAS FILIPPOGLOU AND PRODUCED BY GOODHEART PRODUCTIONS

A performance based on the autobiographical and incredibly funny “theatrical novel” by Mikhail Bulgakov, which he wrote at the same time as ‘The Master and Margarita’, but which he left unfinished due to his death. In his work, Bulgakov outlines a gallery of characters from theatre and the letters, grotesquely highlighted in an increasingly suffocating dance around the lonely, desperate figure of the author, who is searching for a way to make a living from his work, while at the same time remaining faithful to his literary vision and himself. Director Kostas Filippoglou uses the tools of physical theatre to create a poetic, humorous performance, with intense cinematic interchanges of imagery and a relentless rhythm, breathing life into a work that highlights the oppression and marginalisation experienced by innovative creators at the hands of the establishment, by younger artists at the hands of older artists and by helpless citizens at the hands of authority.

Time

October 12 (Thursday) 21:00 - November 13 (Monday) 21:00

Location

‘ANETON’ MUNICIPAL THEATRE

Corner of 42 Paraskevopoulou Street & Konstantinoupoleos Street Τ: 2310 869 869

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