The Cyprus Theatre Museum is located in the Panos Solomonides Cultural Centre and opened its doors in 2012.

The museum is divided into thematic sections that consist of: ‘The History’ (a journey through the major stages of theatre activity on the island); ‘The Contributors’ (exhibits related to the basic stages of theatre production), and ‘The Performance’ (showcasing costumes from significant and emblematic performances of the island’s theatre history).

Printed material, costumes, scale models, props, set and costume designs, as well as photographs and posters constitute the exhibits of the permanent collection of the museum, giving visitors the opportunity to take a virtual tour in the island’s history of theater.
Yiorgos Bellapaisiotis is delighted to present his art exhibition titled, ‘Beyond Gender & Sexual Orientation’.

Exhibition by Yiorgos Bellapaisiotis.
March 6-10.
Baker Tilly offices, Nicosia.
Opening night 7 pm with guest of Honour, Ambassador Andreas D. Mavroyiannis.
Thursday-Friday 5 pm-10 pm
Saturday-Sunday: 10 am-10 pm.
Tel: 22-458500
Edited by Praxia Aresti
The craft of wood carving in the community of Tala was limited to the making of several agriculture / farming tools and various furniture for the house. A bit of carving craftsmanship, with representations of flowers, birds, and other decorative elements, was used upon the cabinets and on the mirrors.Some of the farming tools that were made then are the ploughshare along with the yoke, which were used for the cattle’s and cows’ harnessing in order to seed and cultivate the fields.
Also, wooden dippers were made for the stirring the “resi” (traditional wedding meal), the “palouze” (type of must-jelly), and the “trachanas” (soup / porridge with dried curd, flour, and lemon).
They made the “faoutes” (plural of “faouta”, from the italian “Fagotto”), with which they would pound the “resi” in hand; they were also using them for the pounding of the clothes (they pounded the clothes with the “faouta”, adding hot water and soap for the clean up).They made pack-saddles for the donkeys, cases upon which they placed the water crocks, and the “mistarko” –a V shaped board upon which they placed their foot when wearing the “podina” (high leather boot).
Other tools that they made were the “kope” or “fournoftio”, which they used for inserting breads in the oven, and the planks upon which they placed the breads.Unfortunately, all these things have vanished and only the tools, used today mainly for decoration purposes, are extant.Today there are two persons in the village engaged with woodcraft to some extend, in a way not bearing an essential resemblance with the old craft but rather dealing with the making of old tools’ imitations and the processing of various wood or root types and their conversion to decorative items.Courtesy of the Community Council of Tala
Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 8 PM – 10 PM

Broadcast live from Almeida Theatre’s stage, the new NT Live production The Tragedy of King Richard II by William Shakespeare is directed by Joe Hill-Gibbins. Olivier award-winner Simon Russell Beale plays William Shakespeare’s Richard II.

Εισιτήρια | Tickets: / 77777745
Strolling around Nicosia, especially in the old town you will notice some beautiful neoclassical buildings. Some of the private houses and some public building like libraries or schools. Neoclassical house have these colorful doors and small balconies with flowers which make the city even more beautiful.

Edited by Praxia Aresti
Permanent display of original paintings and drawings by Harry Hawkins, books and talking books by Sheila Hawkins.

Ayia Zoni Street, Neo Chorio (near Latchi)
Telephone: 26321123
The Festival entitled ‘Images and Views of Alternative Cinema’, is an initiative of the Ministry of Education and Culture and Theatro Ena, in cooperation with the Cultural Organisation Brave New Culture and Point Centre for Contemporary Art. Through its programmes, it aims to highlight experimental and alternative cinematographic expression.

Book Club “Yfantourgeio”
67-71 Lefkonos Str., Phaneromeni
1011 Lefkosia, Cyprus

Free Entrance
Screenings start at 20:00
All films are fr 18+.
Phone: +357 99 407 856.
The Vienna Ball is among the most beautiful glamour events of Cyprus and the most highly anticipated annual society event in all of Europe and far beyond.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

We would like to invite you to the Charity Vienna Ball in Cyprus, which will take place on Friday, March 8, 2019 and it will run from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m

In the luxury ambiance of the Hilton Hotel our Ball guests - politicians and diplomats, representatives of culture and science, members of business circles from Austria, Russia, Cyprus and other countries - will enjoy music, dancing and a sumptuous dinner, and at the same time will have the opportunity to socialize and establish new friendships and contacts.

The Ball will start traditionally with a symphony orchestra accompanying the grand opening by the gorgeous debutante dance couples. Waltzes, Polkas, Mazurka, Quadrille, Gallops will be played until the early morning
This is the 6th International Tattoo Convention, which will host dozens of local and foreign talented Tattoo Artists, with the main goal of presenting to the world their art and techniques.

All attendees will have the opportunity to see original tattoo techniques and to choose the tattoo artist they want.

The event will be held from March 29th to March 31st, in the well-established area of Limassol’s center, in Lanitis carob Mill Complex. A place full of life, culture and architecture.

The artistic program includes several other artistic happenings, such as live bands, special live body airbrushing, contests and many other surprises.

You can also find there, shops selling clothes, jewelry, sculptures as well as exhibitors with different services and related accessories.

Entry fee is €10 per day, but for those who want to take advantage of the weekend they can buy a ticket for all three days at the price of €15.

Prokofiev’s “Overture on Hebrew Themes” was initially conceived and written for clarinet, string quartet and piano in 1919, and it wasn’t until 1934 that he was finally persuaded to arrange it for orchestra. Tchaikovsky’s “Variations on a Rococo Theme”, is the closest the composer ever came to writing a concerto for cello and orchestra, with the theme being an original tune written by Tchaikovsky himself in the Rococo style. Similarly, in his Orchestral Suite no. 1, the composer begins and ends the work with a throwback to the Baroque period – a Fugue and a Gavotte respectively – with the four inner movements however tracing their origins to the Classical era.

S. Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew themes, op. 34
P. I. Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo theme for cello and orchestra, op. 33
P. I. Tchaikovsky: Orchestral suite no. 1 in D minor, op. 43

Soloist: Victor Julien - Laferrière (cello)
Conductor: Jens Georg Bachmann

Supporters: Paphos Municipality

Are you interested in how your use of social media is shaping you or how your online personal identity is data mined by corporations for their own commercial and political profit? These and many other concerns regarding social media are addressed by Self as Actor: Colonising identity, curated by Helene Black and Aysu Arsoy.

Dates and venue
Exhibition Opening: Friday 15th February, 8:00pm.
Exhibition duration: 15/02/2019 – 15/03/2019
Opening Days / Times: Tuesday-Friday: 17:30-20:30; Saturday: 10:00- 13:00
Venue: NeMe Arts Centre (corner of Ellados and Enoseos Sts. Limassol)
The Edit gallery is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition featuring 13 artists from both Cyprus and abroad. Each artist exhibits part of his recent personal creation, which acts as an independent presence in the context of an overall group exhibition.

20 January – 2 March 2019

1 Agias Zonis str.,
23 Nicolaou Business Centre
3026, Limassol, Cyprus

(Opposite Pattichion Municipal Theater)
Phone: +357 25 251710
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