MARKIDEIO - All the events taking place at the brand new venue this month

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Saturday 18 November 2017, 20:30

Markideio Theatre 

MOON AND STARS |  M. Yourcenar – C.P. Cavafy Charlotte Rampling
British actress Charlotte Rampling, Greek-French actor Polydoros Vogiatzis and guitarist Varvara Gyra present on stage the literary encounter of the Greek poet Cavafy (1863-1933) and French novelist Marguerite Yourcenar (1903-1987), edited by Jean-Claude Feugnet. Belgian-born Yourcenar was the first to translate Cavafy into French and was a knowledgeable Cavafy critic and scholar. Cavafy’s poetry permeates the performance, while Yourcenar’s texts with the female genius and sensitivity they exhume reveal secret aspects of Cavafy’s poetry, emphasising on love and death, loneliness, and political, existential and physical decline.
Τhe performance will be in English and Greek

Tickets:  €20 (Standard), €15 (students, unemployed, pensioners)
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Friday 24 November 2017, 20:30
Markideio Theatre
Meeting of two cultures
Two pianists, two different artists from Cyprus and Turkey join in a musical journey and coexist through works of Greek, Turkish and Russian composers, demonstrating that the power of music is stronger than our differences. Manolis Neophytou and Canan Kocaay Camurtas give a joint concert that unites cultures.

Εισιτήρια: 10€
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Saturday 25 November 2017, 20:30
Markideio Theatre
Invitation to Cypriot Composers
The European Capital of Culture and the Centre of Cypriot Composers invited composers from Cyprus to produce musical works drawing on the Open Air Factory and its thematic lines (including the motto “Linking Continents – Bridging Cultures”) with the aim of producing original works which will always be linkedwith the voyage of the European Capital of Culture Pafos2017. Upon the completion of the process, the works of the following composers were selected and will be presented:

1. Evagoras Karagiorgis – Solea – for 2 pianos, tubular bells, xylophone, vibraphone, marimba
2. Antreas Giagkopoulos – Music for 2 pianos, xylophone and Susp. Cymbal
3. Savvas Savva – Sonata 1-2-3
4. Antreas Moustoukis – Etudes for a Ballet Scene
5. Rania Chrysostomou – Psomi – Themes for two Pianists and two Percussionists
6.Tasos Stylianou – Tribal Tales for two Pianos and two Percussionists
Percussions: Marios Nikolaou and Alexandros Giovanos
Piano: Drosostalida Moraiti and Plotinos Mikrommatis

With the collaboration of the Centre of Cypriot Composers.
Tickets: 10€
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Sunday 26 November 2017, 15:00
Markideio Theatre

Petros’ War
As part of the European Capital of Culture’s programme, the Cyprus Theatre Organisation presents Alki Zei’s masterpiece for both children and adults. The play explores the time when in 1940, WWII breaks out in Athens. Under these new circumstances, Petros goes on a long walk, a walk filled with adventures, feelings, experiences and knowledge that will enrich his young soul and will make him love his country. His school closes; his uncle Angelos goes off to war; his mother starts counting the food supplies in the cupboards.

Theatrical adaptation: Savvas Kyriakides / Takis Tzamargias
Direction: Takis Tzamargias
Set/Costumes: Edouardos Georgiou
Music: Dimitris Zavros
Performers (in order of appearance): Giannis Karaoulis, Fani Georgakopoulou, Ntina Michaelidi, Sotos Stavrakis, Andreas Vasiliou, Antonis Chatzis, Elias Andreou, Anna Yagkiozi, Andrea Demetriou, Mikaella Theodoulidou, Andreas Makris, Stelios Kallistratis, Victoria Fota, Dimitris Macheras.

Tickets: €6 (for children and adults)
Information: THOC 77772717

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