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july

27jun(jun 27)9:00 pm29jul(jul 29)12:00 amThe in laws from Buckingham

17jul9:30 amEleni Vitali & Panagiotis Margaris

17jul(jul 17)5:30 pm21(jul 21)12:00 amThe AfroBanana + Friends Festival 2019

18jul(jul 18)6:00 pm20(jul 20)12:00 am9th Paphos Beer Festival

22jul9:00 pmBacchae by Euripides

august

09aug8:30 pm11:00 pmVassilis Tsitsanis Orchestra - Galani & Bofiliou

16aug8:00 pm43rd Festival Dionysia

30aug8:00 pm21st Pafos Aphrodite Festival 2019: G. Verdi's "Macbeth"

november

21nov(nov 21)9:00 am24(nov 24)11:00 amCyprus International 4-Day Challenge

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Juni 2018

Wednesday, July 18│ Paphos Ancient Odeon Euripides’ Medea, a tragedy that combines moral complexity with overwhelming emotional impact, is presented by Spectrum Theatre, a Hungarian theatre company based in Transylvania, Romania. In this superb tragedy, which deals with the last act of the passionate affair between Jason and Medea, Jason decides to leave his wife in order to marry the daughter of Creon, king of Corinth. Medea takes the cruelest revenge: she kills their two children. With a minimal scenography, the director

Sunday, July 1 │ Paphos Ancient Odeon [ pening] With the emblematic, diachronic and one of the most important plays of Euripides, Trojan Women, produced by Theatro Ena, opens this year's edition of the "International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama". At the Achaeans’ camp outside the sacked city of Troy, the captured Trojan women and their queen, Hecuba, lament over their tribulations. Any members of the royal family left alive will become the property of the Achaeans, while Hecuba’s grandson, the young Astyanax, has

31 August, 1 and 2 September The 20th Pafos Aphrodite Festival opens its curtain with Gioachino Rossini’s masterpiece Il barbiere di Siviglia (The barber of Seville) on 31 August, 1 and 2 September at the Square of the Medieval Castle in Pafos in a production by the Italian organisation C.I.A.L.M. - Teatro Lirico Italiano in collaboration with the Ventidio Basso Ascoli Piceno Theatre and the participation of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra. Telephone number: 26 822218 Email: info@pafc.com.cy Website: http://www.pafc.com.cy

Friday, 06th July 2018 │ APHRODITE'S TEMPLE, KOUKLIA PAFOS Act A The play is based on Hesiod's Cosmogonia (Genesis) presenting the Creation of the World. Uranus, son and husband of Gaia, is afraid of losing his power, so he sends all his children in Tartara. The Mother Gaia is crying and pleads with Uranus to let her see and be with her children, but this is not possible. Gaia then, decides to visit Tartara so she can ask her children to help

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