Dance Festival @Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

The 14th Dance Festival of the Association of Greek Choreographers will be held at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, from April 24 until May 6. Choreographers will showcase their most recent creations. Spectators, with a single day ticket, will have the opportunity, to attend as many as five short works that cover the full spectrum of modern Greek dance.


Youth Theatre Festival @ Onassis Cultural Centre

The 5th Teenage Theatre Festival, co-organised by the Onassis Cultural Centre and the Grasshopper-Youth company, will be held on April 23-26. The festival that develops the idea of a theatre for and by teenagers and young people of all ages, in its current edition, embraces young people from all over Greece. High school students and municipal theatre groups with experienced actors, directors and playwrights have worked together for six months. The result is 150 teenagers from around the country are involved, in writing, acting, questioning, dreaming and creating!


Comicdom Con Athens 2015 @ Hellenic American Union

Comicdom Con Athens, the only Greek festival exclusively devoted to comics, opens its doors to the public at the Hellenic American Union, from April 24-26, with many and important international guests. For the 10th consecutive year the festival features film screenings, workshops for scriptwriting and illustrating, bazaar of Greek comics shops and publishers, a children’s program and the Greek Comics Awards – the only comics awards for Greek comic book creators. The festival also presents the exhibition "Great American Comics: Highlights from the Cartoon Art Museum Collection," featuring some of the most influential American comics in the history of the medium.

Voyage in Greece in the 60's @ Benaki Museum

Photographer Wolf Suschitzky was in Greece in the ‘60s and has captured through his lens the Greek scenery, as well as the occupations and traditions of the country. Therefore, his photographs are not only a record but also a nostalgic impression of forsaken Greece. The exhibition opens its doors at the Benaki Museum, N. Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas Gallery, on April 24. It includes 48 original black-and-white photographs, all printed by Suschitzky himself. Most of the photographs come from the photographer's personal collection and are exhibited in Greece for the first time.