Cyprus Week is presented by Theatro Technis from 15-20 July 2019 to coincide with the 45th anniversary of the Greek junta coup and the Turkish invasion and occupation of 34.7% of the Republic of Cyprus, and to continue the struggle for a truly independent united Cyprus for all the people of the island as justice has no time limit.
The programme is as follows:
Monday 15th July, 7pm
Raising the flags of the Republic of Cyprus and European Union, followed by an exhibition of the archives of Theatro Technis and the Cypriot community in Camden. There will also be music by maestro Michaeloudis’ orchestra, the EKA choir, Nicos Savvides and Michael Constantinou.
Tuesday 16th July, 7.30pm
‘Your Freedom And Mine’ – an evening of poetry, music and film about the Kurdish Freedom Movement, on the occasion of the publication of ‘Freedom Poems For Ocalan’, marking Abdullah Ocalan’s 70th birthday.
Wednesday 17th July, 7.30pm
A seminar by the Lobby for Cyprus with the theme to be announced soon.
Thursday 18th July, 7.30pm
A rehearsed reading of ‘Interpretation’, a monologue by a retiring famous music conductor, written by Christos Artemides, former President of the High Court, performed in English by Panos Savvides, directed by George Eugeniou.
A scene from the play ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf’ will be performed by Leigh Hughes and Crysha Mansfield.
There will also be poetry by Vasilis Panayi and Lucy Christy.
Friday 19th July, 7.30pm
Scenes from modern Greek plays ‘130 Dollars’ by Eugene Trivizas, ‘La Rose Rouge’ by Andonis Doriades and ‘The True Apology of Socrates’ by Costas Varnalis, adapted by George Eugeniou and Marios Hadjipanayi.
Saturday 20th July, 7.30pm
Scenes from ancient Greek plays ‘Antigone’ and ‘Oedipus King’ by Sophocles, and ‘The Persians’ by Aeschylus.
For further information, please call 020 7387 6617 or email [email protected]