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Mon 15th July 2024   6:30pm: Raising the flags of Cyprus and EU. George Eugeniou the Founder/Artistic Director of Theatro Technis opens a series of art and music events commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the island’s invasion in 1974.

7pm: Screening of documentary ‘From Camden to Enfield, A Cypriot Migration Story’ by Athena Mandis & Dr Petros Karatsareas. A poigniant reflection on the Greek Cypriot communities migration experiences, seen as a journey along the route of the 29 bus from Camden to Enfield. Supported by funds from the University of Westminster.

Tuesday 16th July 2024 7.30pm:  The Rape of Aphrodite – Our Journey – My Story. An evening of theatre followed by song and dance, presented by Vasilis Panayis. Featuring: Kat Neokleous, Giorgios Gerasimos and his band, Panos Savvides, Mark Xenophontos and other guests,

Wednesday 17th July 2024 7pm: PAN METRON ARISTON – reading of a political satire, written and directed by George Eugeniou. Cast includes: Lee Michaels, Panos Savvides, Magdalena Stefanni, Thomas Witcomb, Alan Smart, Vic Zander & Sarah, Lord Eric with his Sugumugu band and special guests.

Thursday 18th and Fri 19th  July 2024 18th July at 7.30pm :  THE CYPRIA –  presented with the support of the Cyprus High Commission – a staged reading of a new play written & directed by Elena Pavli. An absurd, satirical play that explores the unrealised dreams and historical erasure of Stasinus, known as the ‘lost poet of Cyprus’ Cast: Lucy Christofi Christy, Panos Savvides,  Mark Xenophontos and Alexia Pavli. 19th July at 3pm and 7:30pm – two performances of ‘’CYPRIA’’ today.

Saturday 20th  July 2024 7:30pm: Euripides, ‘The Trojan Women‘ adapted by the poet & author Neil Curry who will be in attendance. A one-off staged reading performance of Euripides’ Classic Greek play to commemorate Cyprus Week. Co-production: Classical Stage Presentations & Wayward Theatre Productions. Directed by Farah Halime Hope. Cast: Niki Mylonas, Dorota Krimmel, Danielle Allan, Panos Savvides, Lucy Christofi Christy, Leigh Hughes. Technical – Marian Buzoianu. Stage Manager – Magdalena Stefanni.

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