Tag: drama

Billy Cotsis launches new book set in 1453 Constantinople

Billy Cotsis launches new book set in 1453 Constantinople

Second generation Greek Australian Billy Cotsis, has written a number of books including the acclaimed Many Faces of Hellenic Culture, Once upon a time in Crystal Palace and From Pyrrhus to Cyprus. Recently, he has added one more to his publishing list- 1453: Constantinople & the Immortal Rulers or there are no dogs here.

Greece sees highest daily rise in coronavirus cases in weeks

Greece sees highest daily rise in coronavirus cases in weeks

Greece reported 121 new coronavirus cases in the latest 24-hour reporting period, of which 12 are from incoming travellers. Geographical distribution of new cases: 5 were identified after checks at the country’s…

The 4th Athens Korean Film Festival  6

The 4th Athens Korean Film Festival 

Cinema lovers in Athens will have the opportunity to enjoy the best of Korean cinema in the 4th annual Athens Korean Film Festival. The festival which is a collaboration with the Embassy…

Greece’s Winter Destinations “Fully Booked” 8

Greece’s Winter Destinations “Fully Booked”

Greece’s most popular winter destinations are reaching full capacity with hotels around the country becoming “fully booked” for the Festive Season. Ioannina and the Epirus Region, Pelion and Drama are set to…

World Famous Comedie-Francaise to perform in Greece 10

World Famous Comedie-Francaise to perform in Greece

Athens and Epidaurus Festival organisers announced the participation of Comedie-Francaise, one of the most famous and oldest active theatre companies worldwide, who will perform for the first time ever next summer in…

Kafedaki with Lucy Miller 12

Kafedaki with Lucy Miller

It might come across as a coincidence that the new Director of Sydney’s Dionysus Theatre bears the same surname as one of the most famous playwrights of the 20th century, but as…

25th Annual Greek Film Festival of Sydney announces additional screenings 13

25th Annual Greek Film Festival of Sydney announces additional screenings

Due to overwhelming demand and several sold out sessions, The Delphi Bank 25th Greek Film Festival have announced additional screenings of ‘The Last Note’, ‘Polyxeni’ and ‘Jamaica’, to the Sydney program. This gives Sydneysiders another chance…

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