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‘you: the elements’


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5 October 2018


Zeitelnik, the Restoration of Peace


The 100th anniversary since the end of World War I is the opportunity to honour the memory of those who struggled to restore peace, through an event of solidarity and shared emotion. In the city of Thessaloniki, a theatre of great military action during World War I, known back then as the Eastern Front, and at Zeitenlik cemetery, where more than 20,000 soldiers from different countries are buried, including 8200

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29 September 2018


Colloquium: The living theatre of 1968


This year marks half a century since 1968 and events in honour and critical review are being held all over the world; from Paris to Chicago, from Prague to Hanoi, from Latin America to Belgrade, 1968, with all its positive and negative forces, managed to touch the entire world. Paying tribute and reviewing that era mainly from an Alternative American Theatre perspective, this colloquium investigates the influences and the traces

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Wiegala–The Ilse Weber Project


An homage to German-Jewish composer and poetess Ilse Weber, who was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp for 2 years, where she served as the camp’s night nurse. She died at the age of 41 due to the harsh conditions. A sensitive lyrical voice that had a special love for children’s literature. Behind the naive form she hid startling truths about daily life there, whispering delicate melodies of freedom. Ilse Weber’s

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Attention: Works Ahead


Visual Arts / Video Installation The visual artist and Professor Emeritus at the Fine Arts School is opening his solo exhibition titled, ‘Attention Works Ahead’, curated by art historian Emmanouil Mavrommatis, Professor Emeritus AUTh. Manolis Babousis exhibits a composite installation of a 4×9 metre Totem accompanied by 9 video projections of photographs and texts. The surface of human skin is pulled back like a theatre curtain, which accurately reveals the

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STØV/DUST


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Is Art Lonely?


The artist who splits his time between London and Madrid, with internationally distinguished installations and visual theatrical performances, is coming to Thessaloniki with ‘Is Art Lonely?’, a collection of works that discuss the condition of loneliness in the creative context. Philippos Tsitsopoulos’ new work draws on interactive experiential theatre, video-theatre, and visual theatrical performance, in order to explore the correlation between them by adopting video, live performance, vocals and body

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Aristos


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The European Endemic Species


In the most dominant mythological version, Europa fertilises the cultural pre-Hellenic era of the Minoan Kingdom. Plato in ‘Phaedo’ refers to the well-known world of his era as neither large, nor small. It is the geographic region that extends from the Pillars of Hercules to the Rioni River, the absolute limit to the east. Our recent experience of Europe as a City/Continent that is searching for a collective identity, through

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The Diary of a Madman


The theatrical “reading” by Viktor Bodó of Gogol’s classis short story from ‘St Petersburg Stories’, is being presented as a monodrama, with Tamás Keresztes in the starring role. The central character, arriving at madness as a prisoner of his soul and social class, is described in his full, tragic dimension, while the live music plays its own central role on stage, contributing to the play’s evocative atmosphere. Are we insane

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