Ancient Theatre of Delphi Opens for Unique Performance After 37 Years

In the framework of the events organized by this year’s Athens and Epidaurus Festival, the ancient Greek theatre of Delphi will open its gates...

Corfu Festival of the Arts 2012 Begins

The 2nd edition of the Corfu Festival of Arts 2012 will once again open its gates to the public from July 14 to 19...

1st Serifos Festival 2012 Βegins

The first Serifos Festival 2012 will open its gates to the public from July 20th to August 12th hosting numerous music and theatre performances...

85 Film Contenders at Short Film Festival of Drama

A record number of participants was noted this year to the 35th Short Film Festival of Drama. The preliminary committee chose 85 movies to...

Nicolas Lotsos Awarded Photographer of the Year by the International Spider Awards 2012

The International Black & White Spider Awards, celebrating their seventh year, honored on June 9th amateur and professional photographers all over the world who...

Iro Smith: A Beautiful Success Story Made in Greece

On the second floor of a commercial complex on the main avenue in the bustling central square of Glyfada, the dynamic Iro Smith runs...

Poet I.A. Nikolaidis: “I’m in love with Thessaloniki”

When you look from the office window of I.A. Nikolaidis, you can see the sun setting down across entire Thessaloniki and immediately you realize...

‘Aegean Arts Circle’ Celebrates Creative Writing in Andros

The Aegean Arts Circle creative writing workshop  located on the island of Andros is celebrating its tenth anniversary from July 6th to 13th, with Pulitzer Prize winner Robert...

Michalis Pieris: A Poet of the “Periphery”

“We must not be ashamed of the Syrian and Egyptian blood in our veins; we should really honour it, take pride in it…” C. P. Cavafy, “Going...

Greek Holy Synod Condemns ‘Corpus Christi’ Play Αs Blasphemous

Described by the Catholic Church as heretic, the controversial theater play “Corpus Christi” by Terrence McNally is to be presented for the first time...

Ironic Picture Reveals Poverty Taking Over Greece

A shocking and revealing picture was taken just yesterday in the city of Thessaloniki by AP photo reporter Nikolas Giakoumidis. The picture exposes, in a...

‘Apology of Socrates’ to be Presented at Acropolis

One of the most important scripts of ancient Greece, "The Apology of Socrates," will be revived in its natural scenery, under the sacred rock...

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