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Tuesday 24th October 2017
Tuesday 24th October 2017
21:00 - 22:15
1 day/night
Attikon Cinema - Pafos
  Pafos Pafos
Evagora Pallikaridi, Paphos, Cyprus
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Kohlhaas (Greece, 75’) - International Monodrama Festival

Tuesday, 24th October 2017, 21:00

Kohlhaas (Greece, 75’)

The performance follows the famous novel of Heinrich von Kleist, which is based on real events that occurred in Germany in 1500. Kohlhaas, the story’s hero, is a law-abiding horse merchant who falls victim to the injustice of a ruler of the country. In his battle against those who he feels have been unjust to him, he realises with terror that when revenge begins, there is no turning back …

Translation, Theatrical adaptation: Nicos Alexiou
Music: Christos Xenakis
Performed by: Nicos Alexiou
Ages: 17+

In greek with english surtitles

International Monodrama Festival

Monday 23rd – Sunday 29th October 2017, 19:00 & 21:00
The 1st International Monodrama Festival hosts 14 performances from Great Britain, Spain, Poland, Japan, Iran, Greece, Romania, Algeria, Lithuania, Israel and Cyprus, aspiring to become an institution in the theatrical affairs of Cyprus. With two performances each day, theatre lovers will have the opportunity to watch some of the greatest actors who received awards in similar Monodrama Festivals, as well as performances that were praised for their artistic reach and importance.

Artistic Director: Minas Tigkilis
All performances will be presented in their original language with English and Greek surtitles.
€7 (single performance)
€10 (two performances)
€5 (reduced price for students, unemployed & pensioners)

The International Monodrama Festival is supported by: Medochemie, Royal Crown Insurance, the British Council in Cyprus, the Fujairah International Monodrama Festival FIMF, the Embassy of Spain in Cyprus and the Embassy of Israel in Cyprus.
*With the collaboration of the Organisation EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee.

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