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January 2024


3 WED 20:30 (120’)

Uncle Vanya – Anton Chekhov Ι Dionysus Theatre


Directed by Avra Sidiropoulou, Anton Chekhov’s masterpiece Uncle Vanya takes place in 19th century rural Russia.


The arrival of professor Serebryakov and his second, much younger wife, Yelena, to his farmstead, managed by Vanya and his niece, Sonia, disrupts the everyday life of its tenants. A series of revelations and confessions lead to the realisation that people’s lives remain captive to their illusions. Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya is a shocking reflection of human fate, beyond time and space.


Written by: Anton Chekhov

Translated by: Chrysa Prokopaki

Directed by: Avra Sidiropoulou

Set/Costume Design: Mariza Partzili

Lighting design: Aleksandar Jotovic

Music: Vanias Apergis

Video Artist: Artemis Tzavra

Assistant Director: Maria Hadjistylli

Research Associate: Maria Pishili

Cast in order of appearance: Patricia Pettemeridou, Simos Tsiakkas, Vasilis Michael, Manolis Michaelides, Yiorgos Anayiotos, Myrsini Christodoulou, Elena Demetriou, Elena Christofi.


Tickets: € 15 / 12 (supporters, pensioners, students)


4 THU 20:30 (120’)

Miltos Paschalidis


Following a series of celebrated live concerts in Athens, renowned Greek songwriter Miltos Paschalidis returns on Rialto’s stage after several years.


Just before the 30th anniversary of his much-celebrated discography, he remembers the milestones of his career, presenting a repertoire of both familiar and more personal songs, combining rock with traditional music. Famed for his unique live shows, where one song gives way to another in an unpredictable alteration full of emotions, Miltos Paschalidis will lead his audience into an enchanting sing-along.


Thymios Papadopoulos – Wind instruments

Paris Perysinakis – Lyra, Mandolin

Yiannis Belonis – Piano

Niki Grana – Accordion, Vocals

Paschalis Kolentsis – Sound

Manolis Bratsis – Lighting


Tickets: € 30 /25 & 25 /20 


10 WED 19:00 (100’)

Romeo & Juliet - William Shakespeare Ι NT Live


Romeo and Juliet risk everything to be together. In defiance of their feuding families, they chase a future of joy and passion as violence erupts around them.

This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing in an entirely new way. 

Directed by Simon Godwin.

Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, Judy) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown, God’s Own Country) play Juliet and Romeo. The award-winning cast includes Tamsin Greig, Fisayo Akinade, Adrian Lester, Lucian Msamati, Deborah Findlay. 


With Greek and English subtitles.

Tickets: € 12 / 8


12 FRI 20:30 (90’)

Colours – Savvas Chrysostomou, Yiorgos Papaconstantinou

A concert performance in the form of an album presentation titled Colours by artist and songwriter Savvas Chrysostomou. On the same occasion, Cypriot poet and writer Yiorgos Papaconstantinou wrote the same-titled play in the Cypriot dialect, a publication that also incorporates the lyrics of the songs, all part of a combined short story titled Colours. Each song represents a colour from the palette of humanity.

Colours traverses the insouciance of our childhood in the villages of Cyprus, following in the footsteps of adolescence and adulthood in cities made to hurt human relationships.

Written by: Yiorgos Papaconstantinou

Composition/Lyrics: Savvas Chrysostomou

Theatrical Adaptation: Antonia Charalambous, Yiorgos Papaconstantinou

Musicians on stage: SaiS Band 

Savvas Chrysostomou (Sais), Michalis Karakatsanis, Panayiotis Alexandrou, Petros Papaconstantinou, Stefanos Polymniou, Christodoulos Christodoulou

Vocal ensemble: Frideriki Tombazou, Dimitris Mesimeris, Katerina Paraschou, Polys Ioannidis

Vocal ensemble directed by: Frideriki Tombazou

Graphic design: Twenty Three

Media sponsor: Black Lemon

The album and book will be available for sale. 


Tickets: € 10 

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14 SUN 11:00 (50’)

Don Quixote - Miguel de Cervantes I Antilogue Theatre 


The Antilogue Theatre, faithful to its appointment with the young friends of theatre, presents the children's production "Don Quixote", the classic literary masterpiece by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, in a theatrical adaptation and directed by Irene Andronicus. A bizarre dreamy knight moves among us. He cooks in our kitchen, sits in our living room, opens the door to our nursery and plays with all our toys. Like a child, only he's grown up now. The look on his face is funny makes us laugh. But if you look closely you will see his sad eyes. His reflection in the mirror is the same as yours Even his voice is like yours.

-What are you doing here, knight with the sad face?
-I came to change the world.
-You are mad.
-If you want to change the world, it's not madness, it's not utopia. It's justice!

The uncompromising hero entertains young and old alike with his unrepentant childish fantasy of trying to change the world. Theatre helps children unleash their imagination. It teaches values, talks about friendship, solidarity and volunteering. It addresses everyday issues in an understandable way. Children's theatre contributes to a better expression of emotions and develops sociability. For children who dream of a better and more beautiful future. Full of joy, love and justice. For the children of the heart. Suitable for all. In Greek

Distribution (In alphabetical order):
Konstantinos Andronikou, Rafaela Kavazi, Christina Constantinou, Anthony Papamichael
Set - Costumes: Susanna Tomazou
Lighting Design: Kyriakos Siambtanis
Original music: Konstantinos Andronikou
Lyrics: Irini Andronikou
Photography: Christos Avraamidis
Video - editing: Giorgos Alexandrou
Design of promotional material: Neophytos Avraam

Tickets: € 10

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15 MON 20:30 (75‘)

A Tribute to Nicolas Economou 


On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of death of internationally acclaimed Cypriot pianist and composer Nicolas Economou, the Cultural Division of the Progressive Party of Working People (AKEL) organises a tribute concert in his memory, performed by pianists Ourania Menelaou and Manolis Neofytou.


The repertoire includes Orthodoxia – Sonata for Piano, as well as three pieces for Chick Corea written by Nicolas Economou. The pianists will also present compositions intrinsically related to N. Economou, such as Four dances from The Nutcracker, adapted by Economou himself for two pianos, Rachmaninoff’s Suita op.5, extracts from Béla Bartók’s Mikrokosmos for two pianos, as well as Four piece suite by composer Richard Rodney Bennett.


Tickets: € 10 / 5

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18 THU 20:30 (90’)

Premiere 3 Ι Cyprus Symphony Orchestra


We kick off the New Year with CySO’s Honorary Conductor Alkis Baltas on the podium to present a truly inspiring programme with music from the latter part of the 20th century.  


Nicolas Economou, besides being a superb pianist, was also a gifted composer. The orchestra proudly presents four of the pieces from his solo piano etudes titled Childhood Whims, especially orchestrated for this programme by Alkis Baltas. The Four Temperaments by Paul Hindemith is known both as a concert piece as well as music for a neoclassical ballet commissioned and choreographed by George Balanchine for the Ballet Society in New York. Pianist Vicky Stylianou will be the soloist in this gem. Alkis Baltas describes his piece Music for Youth as “a composition addressed to those who always maintain a youthful temperament, regardless of their age!”


The highlight of the evening will surely be Cantus Arcticus or Concerto for birds and orchestra by Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara, which will receive its Cyprus premiere. It is a highly original and evocative work that incorporates the recorded song of birds from the Arctic Circle. 


Nicolas Economou: Four pieces from Childhood Whims (orch.: Alkis Baltas)

Paul Hindemith: The Four Temperaments for solo piano and strings

Alkis Baltas: Music for Youth

Einojuhani Rautavaara: Cantus Arcticus “Concerto for birds and orchestra”, op. 61

(Cyprus Premiere)

Vicky Stylianou – piano. Alkis Baltas – conductor.


Supporters: Rialto Theatre, Pafos Municipality 


Zone Α: €18 / 14, Zone Β: €13 / 10 

Concession tickets are available to: Supporters, students, soldiers, pensioners, large and five-member families on presentation of ID.

Free Entrance for people with disabilities.  

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20 SAT 19:55 (186’)
Nabucco – Giuseppe Verdi I The MET Live in HD


Ancient Babylon comes to life in a classic Met staging of biblical proportions.


Baritone George Gagnidze makes his Met role debut as the imperious king Nabucco, alongside Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska reprising her thrilling turn as his vengeful daughter Abigaille. Mezzosoprano Maria Barakova and tenor SeokJong Baek, in his company debut, are Fenena and Ismaele, and bass Dmitry Belosselskiy repeats his celebrated portrayal of the high priest Zaccaria. Daniele Callegari conducts Verdi’s early masterpiece, which features the ultimate showcase for the great Met Chorus, the moving “Va, pensiero.”

Production: Elijah Moshinsky
Set Designer: John Napier
Costume Designer: Andreane Neofitou
Lighting Designer: Howard Harrison
Daniele Callegari (Conductor), Liudmyla Monastyrska (Abigaille), Maria Barakova (Fenena)

With English subtitles

Tickets: € 20 / 15

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21 SUN 20:30 (90’)

200 Guitars with Nicos Portokaloglou


An exceptional music synergy on Rialto’s stage, an unexpected concert performed by Nicos Portokaloglou and the Cyprus Guitar Orchestra.


This live concert approaches the repertoire in a contemporary way, featuring one of the most acclaimed Greek songwriters and performers of his generation. The Cyprus Guitar Orchestra casts a special light upon the arrangement of the songs, in tune with original songwriting.


Artistic director: Antonis Koizas

Conductor / Arrangements: Antonis Mytakidis

With the Cyprus Guitar Orchestra alongside soloists Yiorgos & Stelios Golgaris and the Cyprus Guitar Trio. 

Vocals: Marina Verzanli

With the participation of Universities, Conservatories and Music Schools Teachers & Students.


The proceeds of the concert will be donated to the Cyprus Cancer Society.


Tickets: € 30/ 25 


26 FRI 20:30 (90’)

Cyprophonia 2 I Cyprus Symphony Orchestra


In ‘Cyprophonia 2’ the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra and distinguished maestro Marco Parisotto are delighted to present a programme combining Cypriot talent and classical brilliance! The concert features the world premiere of the fascinating new work Erum for Orchestra by Cypriot composer Georgios Stavrou, described as ‘an internal attempt to Tuning’, Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G with soloist the highly promising young Cypriot pianist Christos Fountos as well as one of Beethoven's timeless masterpieces, the ‘Pastoral’ Symphony.



Georgios Stavrou: Erum for orchestra (World Premiere, commissioned by the CySO Foundation) 

Maurice Ravel: Piano concerto in G major 

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony no. 6 in F major, op. 68 (Pastoral)


Christos Fountos piano. Marco Parisotto conductor


Supporters: Rialto Theatre


Zone Α: €18 / €14 (concession) & Zone Β: €13 / €10 (concession) 


Concession tickets are available to: Supporters, students, soldiers, pensioners, large and five-member families on presentation of ID.


Free Entrance for people with disabilities.  

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27 SAT 19:55 (224’)
Carmen - Georges Bizet I The MET Live in HD


Acclaimed English director Carrie Cracknell makes her Met debut, reinvigorating the classic story of deadly passion with a staging that moves the action to the present day, amid a band of human traffickers.


Mezzo-soprano Aigul Akhmetshina leads a powerhouse quartet of stars in the touchstone role of the irresistible femme fatale, alongside tenor Piotr Beczała as Carmen’s lover Don José, soprano Angel Blue as the devoted Micaëla, and bass-baritone Kyle Ketelsen as the swaggering Escamillo. Daniele Rustioni conducts Bizet’s heart-pounding score.
Daniele Rustioni (Conductor), Angel Blue (Micaëla), Aigul Akhmetshina (Carmen), Piotr Beczała (Don José), Kyle Ketelsen (Escamillo)

Production: Carrie Cracknell
Set Designer: Michael Levine
Costume Designer: Tom Scutt
Lighting Designer: Guy Hoare
Projection Designer: rocafilm/Roland Horvath
Choreographer: Ann Yee


With English subtitles

Tickets: €20 / 15

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28, 29 SUN, MON 20:30 (100’)

Alkinoos Ioannidis


Alkinoos Ioannidis returns on Rialto’s stage for two concerts, accompanied, for the first time, by three Cypriot musicians performing stringed instruments, percussions and electronics, revisiting the repertoire in an innovative way.


Alternative arrangements and electronic sounds add up to this intensely emotional live concert that promises to become a joyful get-together between musicians and audience. The freedom of improvisation and the amalgamation of different music worlds define the very essence of this concert.


Marios Takoushis: keys, electronics

Lefteris Moumtzis: bass, electronics

Yiannis Koutis: oud, guitar, percussions

Alkinoos Ioannidis: vocals, guitar, electronics


Sound: Vangelis Lappas, Vassilis Drougas

Lighting design: Cecilia Tselepidi

Production: Roll Out Vision Services


Tickets: €30 /25

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February 2024


3 SAT 17:00 (50’) 

Orchestra 4All 3 - Peter and the Wolf - Family Concerts

Cyprus Symphony Orchestra 


The Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev created the adventurous musical story Peter and the Wolf in which the instruments of the orchestra “recount” the tale in a unique musical manner, representing the protagonists: little Peter, a bird, a duck, a cat, Peter’s grandfather and a wolf that lurks in the forest! 

Come along to meet the joyful and bold strings, a chirping flute, an oboe gliding on the water, a clarinet leaping nimbly on the grass, a slowly walking bassoon with a frown on its face, the menacing horns and the banging timpani! 

Maestro Francis Nectarios Guy conducts the orchestra and actor Petros Georkadjis narrates the story.


Sergei Prokofiev: Peter and the wolf, op. 67

Petros Georkadjis: narrator 

Francis Nectarios Guy: conductor


Supporters: Pafos Municipality, Rialto Theatre, Larnaca Municipality.


Tickets: €8 (Free entrance for people with disabilities) 

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7 WED 20:30 (100’) 

Yiannis Spanos - I Will Remember You


The songs of Yiannis Spanos are the very structure of a complete concert with a beginning, middle and end.


In this tribute, a wide repertoire will be heard, starting with his “classic” pieces, moving on to the New Wave repertoire, to excerpts from the three “Anthologies”, with the first part ending with his popular hits.

In any tribute to Spanos, one cannot omit his popular compositions, the hits made by Bithikotsis, Dalaras, Moscholiou, Poulopoulos, Parios, Alexiou, Kokotas and Violaris.

The songs of Yiannis Spanos are written for all of us and have certainly accompanied us in some of our personal moments.

Singer: Penny Xenaki.

With the participation of: Elena Giannakou & Christos Sialis.

Piano/orchestration: Konstantinos Zorpas with a six-member orchestra.


Organised by: Michalis Pourgouridis

Tickets: € 15/10

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10 SAT 20:30 (100’)

On Stage 

Venus in Fur

Davis Ives

Solo for Three Theatre Group



Solo for Three Theatre Group presents Davis Ives’s Venus in Fur.


A funny, erotic drama raising questions about the power of gender roles and the nature of sexual desire.


Direction: Maria Mannaridou – Karsera.


In Greek.


Tickets: €15/12

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11 SUN 19:00 (105’)

Piano Recital – Martino Tirimo


Regarded by both critics and fellow artists as one of today’s most distinguished musicians, Martino Tirimo will present some of the greatest works of the classical repertoire: Beethoven’s 7 Ländlerische Tänze WoO11 and Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111. Schumann’s Fantasy in C major Op.17 and Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No.12.


The Daily Telegraph has characterized him as “a pianist of vision” and “an inspiring poet of the piano” and ‘Musical Opinion’ described him as “a true giant of the keyboard”. In Music and Vision, critic Bill Newman simply wrote:  “Tirimo's playing belongs to a past generation of 'greats'. Listening to him, I conjure up aural images of Solomon, Arrau, Kempff, Schnabel and Rubinstein. Throughout the evening, one was consistently aware that this supreme musician placed himself entirely at the service of the composer.”


Tickets: € 20 / 15

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15 THU 20:30 (80’)

To the very edges, to the ends of the world

Michalis Christodoulides


A live concert dedicated to the Acritic songs and fables of Cyprus.


The Cypriot dialect, a distinct and integral part of the Greek language, forms the centrepiece of a unique musical spectacle that brings the chronicles of the Akritai to life through enchanting shadow puppet theatre.


A formidable Saracen emerges on stage, casting a looming shadow that instils fear and dread throughout Cyprus. Konstantas must face him down and liberate the island. A colossal Kraken holds the wells and springs of Cyprus captive. Konstantas is summoned once again to banish the fearsome monster. Finally, an elegy for the brother who sings of his oath to defy death so that his mother and sister reunite.


Artistic direction and puppet designs: Andy Bargilly 

Shadow play performed by: Pambos Charalambous

Lighting: Karolina Spyrou

Singers: Yiannis Dionysiou, Katerina Paraschou, Paris Paraschou

The composer conducts a seven-piece orchestra.


Tickets: € 10


21 WED 20:30 (60’)

Cypriot Music Re… Visited


A different sonic dialogue by Quintus Ensemble and the ChamberFusion String Quintet that aims to offer a musical journey across the Cypriot traditional music under the orchestration of Neoklis Neofytidis and Vasos Argyrides.


Works of the rich musical tradition of Cyprus, as well as contemporary works by Cypriot composers, are all captured in the wind and string sounds and sensations of today. The artists come together on stage and create a unique performance with the dynamic sound of the wind instruments merging with the melodic sound of the strings creating an enchanting musical krama.


Singing interventions: Tefkros Neocleous and Anna Aristidou

Constantinos Terlikkas created the digital backdrop.


Tickets: € 15 / 10


24 SAT 20:30 (120’) 

Yiannis Kotsiras - Parathyro sto Apiro (A Window to Infinity)


Popular and much-loved Greek singer Yiannis Kotsiras and his orchestra, consisting of exceptional instrumentalists and fellow musicians, will present a repertoire combining Kotsiras’ older hits with more recent releases. The ensemble will also perform Parathyro sto Apiro (A Window to Infinity), a new song cycle produced by Kotsiras himself and composed by Manolis Androulidakis, featuring poems and lyrics written by Alkis Alkeos, orchestrated by Alexandros Livitsanos. The album will be launched by EMI in the current year. 

A genuinely entertaining music programme with references to the Greek laïko song.


Keys/Orchestration: Akis Katsoupakis 

Bouzouki: Vangelis Machairas

Guitars: Costas Michalos 

Drums: Iraklis Pachidis 

Bass: Yiannis Playiannakos 

Voice/Violin: Dimitra Boulouzou

Sound: Lambros Bounas, Stratis Karadimitrakis 

Lighting: Manolis Bratsis

Photographer: Aris Georgiou

Poster designed by: Maturin

Production management: Menta Art Events 


Tickets: € 30 / 25 

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27-28 TUE, WED 20:30 (95’) 

Drama International Short Film Festival on the Road 


The awarded Greek short films of Drama International Short Film Festival travel to dozens of destinations every year, including the cities of Limassol, Nicosia, Larnaca and Pafos. The screenings are co-organised by the Department of Modern and Contemporary Culture of the Deputy Ministry of Culture, the Rialto Theatre and DISFF, in collaboration with the Friends of Cinema Society Nicosia, Pafos House of Arts and Letters, Larnaca Cinema Society and Limassol Cine Club.


The following films will be screened:

Light of Light (Neritan Zinxhiria) 

Aerolin (Alexis Koukias-Pantelis)

Crossing (Aineias Tsamatis, Katerina Mavrogeorgi)

Midnight Skin (Manolis Mavris)

Buffer Zone (Savvas Stavrou)

The parade (Michalis Galanopoulos)

Good Girls Club: A Virginity Odyssey (Lida Vartzioti, Dimitris Tsakaleas) 

A Piece of Liberty (Antigoni Kapaka)

Arizones (Giorgos Iliopoulos).


With English subtitles.

Free entrance (Booking in advance is required).

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March 2024

March 24

1 FRI 20:30 (90’) 


Thoc’s New Stage


Written in 1998, Cleansed is the third in a series of five revealing plays by Sarah Kane, one of the most controversial figures in contemporary British theatre.


A unique example of verbal brutality, iconoclastic action and political reflection, it vigorously denounces the mechanisms of oppression and control used by social institutions and authorities that seek to undermine and ultimately eliminate any possibility of free expression.


Directed by: Euripides Dikaios


With English and Turkish surtitles.


The performance contains strong language, scenes of violence, nudity, and simulated sexual activity.


Admission is strictly forbidden to anyone under the age of 18.

Minors will not be admitted even with the consent of or accompanied by an adult.

Tickets: €12 / 6


6 WED 20:30 (75’) 

The Bible: the complete word of God (Abridged)

Antilogos Theatre


“In the beginning”, as stated by a divine voice, “there was chaos”. But why stop there? The disorder continues in the middle and in the end of the Bible too! The Bible: the complete word of God (Abridged) by Adam Long, Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor is a witty, hilarious comedy striving to understand “authentic stories” that we came across early on in history. Unquestionably, the work, which “falsifies the most significant story ever acknowledged as a fact” contains exceptional, surrealistically theatrical moments. In this play, the ultimate religious question is one and only: does God have a sense of humour? Undoubtedly yes. Otherwise, why would he leave the Children of Israel wonder around the Middle East for 40 years just to offer them a piece of land without oil?


A barrage of images created by three actors-performers and a musician, in a show with singing, dancing and pondering on fundamental questions. “Should the Bible be interpreted literally”? Through comic situations, the four performers explore issues of religious freedom. A work reflecting on our responsibilities, our choices, limitations and freedom; reflecting on life itself.

To what extent have we been affected by the best-selling work of all times, even if we barely ever read it until the end?


Written by: Adam Long, Reed Martin, Austin Tichenor

Translated by: Errikos Belies

Directed by: Eleni Anastasiou

Dramaturgy: Michalis Papadopoulos


Cast: Aris Kyprianou, Klitos Komodikis, Vassilis Pafitis

Musician on stage: Savvas Chrysostomou

Set design: Eleni Ioannou

Costume design: Marina Nicolaidou

Lighting design: Carolina Spyrou

Movement director: Ivie Hadjivassiliou


Tickets: €15 /10


8 FRI 11:30

ΜusEDX 2024 


Presentation of valuable ideas inspired by music 


The MusEdX action is organised by the Directorate of Secondary General Education and the Department of Culture and Sports of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, in collaboration with the Music Inspection Office of the Ministry of Education. The event is inspired by modern successful international events with wide visibility, such as TEDx, Ignite, IdeaCity etc. For this specific action, young men and women aged between 12 and 26 are invited to present live on stage an original and particularly interesting idea, directly or indirectly connected to music, aiming to move, fascinate and raise awareness among the general public.


The action seeks to offer the new generation a modern step to make their voice heard, the opportunity to show their imagination and creativity but also the possibility to develop 21st century skills that are not necessarily included in formal education (e.g. e.g. personal development, communication, entrepreneurship).


Free entrance (Booking in advance is required).


15 FRI 20:00 (90’)

Tambour Battant (Roll the Drum!) Switzerland, 2019 


In the beginning of spring 1970, the small village of Monchoux in Valais is experiencing unusual agitation. Is it because of the vote on the women's right to vote? Or because of the upcoming referendum on the expulsion of foreigners? No, it's worse: the village brass band has imploded! With great unrest in the village, traditions are challenged and village politics are disrupted. Of course, love complicates the village drama.


Language: French with English subtitles

Production: Switzerland


Directed by François-Christophe Marzal

Cast: Pierre Mifsud, Pascal Demolon, Sabine Timoteo, Jean-Luc Bideau, Amélie Peterli, Giuseppe Oricchio, Roland Vouilloz, Pierre-Isaïe Duc, François Florey, Werner Biermeieri, Florence Quartenoud, Philippe Matthey, Paolo La Torre, Fernand Clément, Aloys Robellaz,  Marie-Lou Mottier 

Genre: fiction, comedy  

Organised by: the Embassy of Switzerland in Cyprus, in cooperation with the Alliance Française de Limassol


Free entrance (Booking in advance is required).

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16 SAT 19:00 (262’) 

La Forza Del Destino – Giuseppe Verdi Ι The MET: Live in HD


Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Verdi’s La Forza del Destino, with stellar soprano Lise Davidsen, following a string of recent Met triumphs, in her role debut as the noble Leonora.


Director Mariusz Treliński delivers the company’s first new Forza in nearly 30 years, setting the scene in a contemporary world. The cast also features tenor Brian Jagde as Don Alvaro, baritone Igor Golovatenko as Don Carlo, mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Semenchuk as Preziosilla, bassbaritone Patrick Carfizzi as Fra Melitone, and bass Soloman Howard as both Leonora’s father and Padre Guardiano. With English subtitles.

Production: Mariusz Treliński
Set Designer: Boris Kudlička
Costume Designer: Moritz Junge
Lighting Designer: Marc Heinz
Projection Designer: Bartek Macias
Choreographer: Maćko Prusak

Tickets: €20 / 15


20 WED 20:30 (80’) 

Emptiness in Person – Akis Dimou | Theatro Dentro


How could a lethal necktie be related to a ménage à trois? A drug show in Madrid to a child of unknown father? Or the call of an oncologist to a dinner serving fried eels?


Four people —a theatre critic, his assistant, an internationally renowned fashion designer and the mysterious young man in her company— are all trying to settle old affairs in a middle-class apartment, in the summer of 2015 in Athens. The “sofa” acquires yet another role in the play, naturally symbolizing the inactiveness and apathy of our society.

Written by: Akis Dimou

Directed by: Yiorgos Mouaimis

The four heroes-antiheroes are masterfully played by Stavros Louras, Annita Santorineou, Erica Beyeti and Angelos Hadjimichael.


Pianist on stage: Kyriaki Iakovidou.

Tickets: €15 /12

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24 SUN 11:00 (90‘)


Maria Varnakkidou, Constantina Andreou


The Heroes’ Square interactive soundwalk is now accessible to the English-speaking audience. All texts have been translated into English, offering the opportunity to the international audience of Limassol to enjoy this one-of-a-kind walk-through.


A journey across time, an imprint of memory, an experience of sound and visual images, conceived by Maria Varnakkidou and Konstantina Andreou in the framework of Rialto’s Associate Artist Residence Scheme. 


In Greek and English.


Tickets: € 5

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29 FRI 20:30 (100’) 

Premiere 4 Ι Cyprus Symphony Orchestra 


The ‘Premiere 4’ concerts are a beautiful synergy between the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra and two French artists to present works by French romantic composers.

Under the baton of the distinguished maestro Patrick Gallois, the concert starts with the delicacy of Gabriel Fauré's Pavane, an ethereal introduction setting the stage for an evening of French elegance.

Τhe principal flute soloist of the Orchestre de Paris, Vincent Lucas joins the Orchestra for the first time and will be showcasing his unparalleled artistry in Jacques Ibert's mesmerising Flute concerto. The piece exploits the flute's elegiac nature through intricate melodies and breathtakingly demanding passages.

The finale is expected intense, featuring Camille Saint-Saëns' Symphony no. 2, a work that unravels a dynamic interplay of musical elements, from the fascinating fugal interplay of the first movement to the vigorous finale.

Gabriel Fauré: Pavane, op. 50
Jacques Ibert: Flute concerto
Camille Saint-Saëns: Symphony no. 2 in A minor, op. 55

Vincent Lucas flute
Patrick Gallois conductor

Zone Α: €18 / 14 & Zone Β: €13 / 10

Concession tickets are available to: Students, soldiers, pensioners, large and five-member families on presentation of ID.Free Entrance for people with disabilities.

Lefkosia: Thursday 28 March 2024 - Pallas Theatre, Pafos Gate, 20:30
Information: 22 463144,


30 SAT 20:30 (75’) 

Notes of Peace and Love: from France to the world

Alliance Française de Limassol


As part of the Francophonie month, the Alliance Française of Limassol organises the concert Notes of Peace and Love: from France to the world.


In a feast of nostalgic sounds and rhythms of global hope, the world of the classical song of baritone Kyros Patsalidis skilfully blends with world / jazz repertoire singer Vakia Stavrou, accompanied by a 10-member orchestra made up of masterful Cypriot musicians conducted by pianist Stavros Dritsas. 

An interesting blend between classical, jazz and world music, the concert is addressed to the wider music-loving audience of Cyprus, regardless of nationality or age group.

The aim is to present a quality concert to the local audience, to promote and support Cypriot musicians who excel in Cyprus and abroad. The concert will feature songs by Rudolf Sieczynski, Eduardo di Capua, Charles Dumont, Ángel Cabral, Norbert Glanzberg, Boris Fomin, Mimis Plessas, Manos Hadjidakis, Taki Moraki, Kostas Kapnisis etc.

Tickets: € 15/10

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April Programme 2024


4 THU 20:30 (60’)

Touch(ed) - Physical Plastic Ι FlashArt 2024


 A solo performance using autobiographical events to confront gender bias and cultural ideals around intimacy—in life and in art-making itself. Touch(ed) satirizes “slut-shaming” and the perceived vulgarity of the single woman versus the ideal of the nuclear family, and asks how performance can be a vehicle for transgressive ideals which prove difficult to uphold in real life. Arriving at the artist’s own trajectory as a married woman and mother, the work proposes that the popular cultural mythology of monogamy and motherhood is an elusive ideal for the de-sexualized mother-artist, who finds herself struggling to thrive amidst her physical metamorphosis and the demands of care-taking.

Conceived by performer/director Kestrel Farin Leah, the work collages movement and libretto with personal anecdotes and social media posts, while Yiannis Christofides’ live score combines electroacoustic soundscapes and experimental vocal processes, with music inspired by the song Gravity by “womb pop” musical artist They/Live. Leah’s story is echoed through visual artist Dasha Sur’s yarn sculptures, based on folkloric references to nefarious female spirits.


Performed by Kestrel Farin Leah with live musical performance by Yiannis Christofides

Direction: Kestrel Farin Leah

Music: Yiannis Christofides

Scenic concept and video art: Dasha Sur

Lighting Design: Vasilis Petinaris

Costume Design: Stephanie Petagno

Photos: Pavlos Vrionides 

Voguing coaching: Kiki Economou

This project is supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant. Work-in-progress presented in the frame of the Residency Programme for Performing and Live Arts at Theatro Polis OPAP/ NiMAC.


Tickets: € 12 /10

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5 FRI 20:30 (70’) 

The Shooting Ground – Michalis Papadopoulos Ι Solo for Three


Solo for Three theatre group, in collaboration with Antilogos Theatre, presents the work of Michalis Papadopoulos titled The Shooting Ground. The play’s title is inspired by the “Shooting Range of Kaisariani”, a memorial site connected to the two hundred fighters who were executed in 1944 by the Nazis. The writer deliberately sets the plot in a flat near the Shooting Range to demonstrate how racism continues to pose a threat to places traditionally related to Resistance against fascism.


The plot is set in today’s world. Anna and Nicos, a couple in their late forties, are waiting for Costas, the artistic director of a festival, to promote Nicos’s most recent play. Nicos is a playwright and Anna is a TV news presenter. They have been together for years, in fact, for such a long time, that they grew weary of each other. Just before Costas arrives, their eighteen-year-old son (Aris) shows up, confessing that, together with his friend, they stabbed an immigrant, revealing that both are members of an extreme right-wing group. Aris’s confessions will shake the very foundation of the family and the couple’s existence. They will soon come to realise that they have not only been alienated from one another but also from their own child. Delving into their past, they will be urged to remember where they come from in order to draw strength and face the upcoming disaster. When the couple decides on their next steps, history seems to be repeating itself. While the couple is yet again waiting for Costas, Aris shows up, confessing this time that he has just been the victim of a homophobic incident. In this second version, the couple must fight against their prejudices as well as against homophobia, to continue co-existing with Aris.

The Shooting Ground tackles issues of homophobia and racism while also dealing with relationship and existential issues, with art and its evolution over time.

Directed by: Maria Mannaridou – Karsera

Set & Costume Design: Thelma Kasoulidou

Movement director: Eva Kalomiri

Music: Savvas Chrysostomou 

Lighting design: Kyriakos Shiamptanis 

Light-sound operator: Raphael Adamou

Technical support: K.S. Ichotechniki Ekdilosis

Video / Editing: Yiorgos Alexandrou

Graphic design / Photography: Nicole Karsera


Cast: Christina Christofia, Haris Kkolos, Michalis Kazakas.


Tickets: € 15 /12


7 SUN 11:00 (90’) 

Peripato | Maria Varnakkidou, Constantina Andreou 


The Heroes’ Square interactive soundwalk offers the opportunity to the international audience of Limassol to enjoy this one-of-a-kind walk-through.


A journey across time, an imprint of memory, an experience of sound and visual images, conceived by Maria Varnakkidou and Konstantina Andreou in the framework of Rialto’s Associate Artist Residence Scheme. 


In Greek and English.


Tickets: € 5

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12 – 20 FRI - SAT

Cyprus Film Days International Festival 2024 18+


Cyprus’ foremost film event returns for its 22nd edition in Limassol and Nicosia, curated by Artistic Directors Argyro Nicolaou and Marios Lizides. Exuding a profoundly international character, the Festival presents world-acclaimed film premieres (Viewfinder), an international (Glocal Images) and a Cypriot competition section, hands-on workshops and masterclasses, a programme for children and youth, as well as a platform for film industry professionals.


Cyprus Film Days also presents the 5th Dot on the Map Industry Days, a co-production, education, and networking platform, aiming at encouraging film collaborations and synergies between producers, directors and screenwriters from Mediterranean countries, headed by director and producer Danae Stylianou. Additionally, the festival will host another edition of Cyprus Film Days for Children and Youth, curated by its artistic director, Athena Xenidou. 


Organised by: Deputy Ministry of Culture – Department of Contemporary Culture & Rialto Theatre.


All films will be screened in their original language with Greek and English subtitles. Films in the Cypriot Films Competition Section will be screened with Turkish subtitles. More Info:


Tickets: €5 per screening | €30 festival pass (for all screenings).

Free entrance for students, children (Children and Youth Section), and holders of Disability Card.


23 TUE 20:30 (70’) 

A music tribute to Marios Tokas

Limassol Music School

Dimitris Basis


Students and graduates of Limassol Music School present a tribute to the work of Cypriot composer Marios Tokas.


With the participation of the School’s Choir, soloists and instrumental ensemble.


Guest: Dimitris Basis


Tickets: € 15 


24 WED 20:30 (65’) 

Events 2 - Mozart Requiem Ι Cyprus Symphony Orchestra 


In the spirit of the Holy Week, the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra presents Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Requiem in D minor.

To bring this sublime masterpiece to life, the orchestra is joined by a host of highly distinguished artists: prominent conductor Gregory Buchalter, sopranos Mariza Anastasiades and Margarita Elia in the mezzo-soprano part, tenor Andreas Aroditis, Czech baritone Martin Vodrážka, as well as the acclaimed Aris Choir of Limassol, under the expert guidance of its choirmaster Solon Kladas. 

Journeying from pathos to mourning and redemption, this Mozart’s Requiem production promises to be a unique and soul-stirring musical experience that will resonate in everyone’s heart. 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem in D minor, K. 626

Mariza Anastasiades: soprano

Margarita Elia: mezzo-soprano

Andreas Aroditis: tenor

Martin Vodrážka: baritone 

Aris Choir of Limassol (choirmaster: Solon Kladas)

Gregory Buchalter: conductor


Lefkosia: Thursday 25 April 2024 - Strovolos Municipal Theatre, 20:30

Information: 22 463144,


Tickets: Ζώνη Α / Zone Α: €15 / Β: €10


27 SAT 20:00 (190’) 

The good person of Szechwan by Bertolt Brecht

Cyprus Theatre Organisation 

In the remote Chinese province of Szechwan, the kind-hearted prostitute, Shen Teh, grapples with the contradictions of life and the daily grind in her attempt to survive. When the gods travel to Szechwan in search of kind and generous souls, only Shen Teh is willing to take them in. To thank her, they offer her money - but only on condition that she continues doing good. Shen Teh manages to buy a small tobacco shop, which is quickly overrun by dozens of her fellow citizens, all with extravagant demands. They ask her for so much, in fact, that she is forced to invent an alter ego in order to keep her shop afloat. And so she transforms herself into her antithesis, a hard-hearted “cousin”, the businessman Shui Ta. But how long will she be able to endure this split identity?

Director Kostas Silvestros immerses himself in the Brechtian universe in a production inspired by the ideals of the great writer and poet. He tells a story that resonates strongly in today's world, harnessing the energy and intensity of a diverse ensemble of experienced and younger actors, with Antonis Katsaris and Spyros Stavrinidis in the roles of the gods. The dual role of Shen Teh and Shui Ta is played by Marina Argyridou.

With English & Turkish surtitles

Translation: Anny Koltsidopoulou

Director: Kostas Silvestros

Set design: Mariza Bargilly

Costume design: Konstantina Andreou

Music: Thodoris Economou

Movement & Choreography: Panayiotis Tofi

Editing of lyrics: Stavros Stavrou

Music coach: Constantinos Andronikou

Lighting design: Georgios Koukoumas

Directing assistant: Irene Andronikou

Cast: Marina Argyridou, Giorgos Anagiotos, Giorgos Evagorou, Anthi Kasinou, Antonis Katsaris, Savvas Menoikou, Giannis Bisbikopoulos, Onisiforos Onisiforou, Spyros Stavrinidis, Penny Finiri, Marilia Haridimou, Yolanda Christodoulou, Varvara Christofi

With the participation of: Savvas Paisiou

Tickets: € 12 / 6

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May Programme 2024

May 2024

8 WED 20:30(45’)

Erroneous Encounters I Panayiotis Tofi


The new choreographic work Erroneous Encounters directed, choreographed, and written by Cypriot creator Panayiotis Tofi, is an experimental movement-based journey accompanied by the live composition of electronic music and poetic text. Four performers and a music composer share the stage in a course of negotiation with the post-traumatic as autoimmune, dysfunction, distance, and the multiple symbolisms of emptiness. The work is a continuation of the creator’s research in both movement vocabulary and composition, with which he focuses on topics of emptiness and concealment, as well as the loss of empathy and autonomy as a characteristic of contemporary reality.


Research, Direction, Choreography, Text: Panayiotis Tofi

Performance: Damianos Aggelos Efstathiou, Ioannis Mamolis, Nikos Samouridis, Vasiliki Kypraiou

Music Composition and Live Musician on Stage: Andreas Economides

Stage Set Design: Yiorgos Yiannou

Costume Design: Rea Olympiou

Lighting Design: Vasilis Petinaris

Photography: Theodora Iacovou

Production - Visual Communication: Panayiotis Tofi

Promo Trailer: Volume Films

Special Thanks to Chorologie Dance Center, Panos Topsides


The choreographic work Erroneous Encounters is supported by the Deputy Ministry of Culture through the Terpsichore 2024 programme.


Panayiotis Tofi

A Trinity Laban graduate, holding a First Class BA in Contemporary Dance, and a Diploma in Dance studies. Based on an ongoing movement and composition research with which he focuses on topics of emptiness and concealment, as well as the loss of autonomy as a characteristic of contemporary reality, he has composed important choreographic works while leading workshops in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. He has collaborated as a movement director and choreographer in numerous theatre performances over the last eight years, alongside well-known directors from Cyprus, Greece, and Germany. In 2018, he received the ‘Creator of the Year’ award from the Cyprus Theatre Organisation at the Cyprus Theatre Awards for his artistic flexibility, ingenuity, and boldness towards experimentation.


Tickets: €12 / 10


9 THU 20:30 (90’)

Vivliotropio | In praise of Manos Eleftheriou

Vivliotropio Book Club pays a literary tribute to Manos Eleftheriou, highlighting the significance of the Greek poet’s corpus of work. On Rialto’s stage, singer and songwriter Fivos Delivorias, songwriter Odysseas Ioannou and writer/researcher of Eleftheriou’s work, Stavros Kartsonakis, all reflect on Eleftheriou’s writings by means of their own personal longstanding relationship with him.

Conductor Neoklis Neophytidis curated the musical part of the event, featuring Fivos Delivorias, Margarita Zorbala, and Yiorgos Ioannou, as well as musicians Neocles Neofytidis, Constantinos Makaritis, Costas Apokidis, and Yiorgos Spyrou.

Tickets: € 5


10 FRI 20:30 (120’)

2 | Christos Thiveos, Panayiotis Margaris

Getting together in a band-like spirit, Christos Thiveos and Panayiotis Margaris join each other on stage, following last year’s successful series of concerts, presenting a renewed repertoire that includes old and recent hits.

The two Greek artists met in 1997 during the recording of the now-ageless Dearly I Loved You (Poso poli s’agapisa), sung by Christos Thiveos and performed by Panayiotis Margaris (classical guitar). With improvisations and constantly in tune with the audience, the two musicians built a subversive repertoire free from encumbrances, enriched with moving, personal, extroverted, and collective moments—all naturally blending together.

Christos Thiveos’ distinctive singing, reminiscing of The Usual Suspects band era, in combination with songs written by Thanos Mikroutsikos, Vassilis Dimitriou and other renowned composers, seamlessly blend with the exceptional compositions and instrumental artistry of Panayiotis Margaris’ solo tracks. The concert’s highlight will be the presentation of their first joint song, with music composed by Panayiotis Margaris and lyrics written by Odysseas Ioannou.

Concert 2 is a music show for two musicians united in deep appreciation and connection, as well as a performance game for the eternal two: musicians and audience alike.

Tickets: € 25 / 20

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11 SAT 19:55 (195’)

Madama Butterfly

The MET Live in HD

In her Met debut, Asmik Grigorian tackles the demanding role of Cio-Cio-San, the trusting geisha at the heart of Puccini’s tragedy. Tenor Jonathan Tetelman is the callous American naval officer Pinkerton whose betrayal destroys her. Mezzo-soprano Elizabeth DeShong is the steadfast maid Suzuki, and baritone Lucas Meachem is the American consul Sharpless. Acclaimed maestro Xian Zhang makes her Met debut conducting Anthony Minghella’s vivid production.

Director and Choreographer: Carolyn Choa
Set Designer: Michael Levine
Costume Designer: Han Feng
Lighting Designer: Peter Mumford
Puppetry: Blind Summit Theatre

Xian Zhang (Conductor), Asmik Grigorian (Cio-Cio-San), Elizabeth DeShong (Suzuki), Jonathan Tetelman (Pinkerton), Lucas Meachem (Sharpless)

Tickets: €20 / 15


12 SUN (On Stage)

Shedding new light on tales


Theatre shows for children based on the educational toy series “Makers Will Make: STEAM Toys” in the frame of FlashArt 2024.

Driven by their desire to combine culture with technology, three women joined forces to design and create the educational toy series titled “Makers Will Make: STEAM Toys”. Rooted in the Cypriot folk culture and nature, the toys were manufactured using the rapid prototyping technique in combination with traditional methods. The toys received the “Top design award” - European Product Design Award.

In narrative form, the shows gradually acquire an interactive character, enabling young participants to create their own set design and figures using the ingredients of toys. Landscapes engraved on transparent plastic, Cyprus bird figures, Spanos, the forty dragons, and the smartphone light will all immerse young participants into an enchanting journey, from 2D to 3D. At the same time, they will tackle current issues such as migration, acceptance, and diversity.

Animators: Theodora Andreou, Naya T. Caracosta

Toys designed by: Eva Korae

Participatory methodologies developed by: Eleni Pashia

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12 SUN 12:00 (50’)

A retelling of Spanos and the 40 dragons (8+)


Preceded by a making workshop at 10:00.

Spanos and the 40 Dragons is a toy inspired by the namesake folk tale. It enables children to develop their sense of 2D and 3D space, while using the natural properties of light to help the main character, Spanos, achieve his goals.


Players will develop their own personal stories and create innumerable dragon combinations.

Tickets: € 12 /10

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12 SUN 15:00 (50’)

Trypomazis, Tiny Me! (4+)


The birds of Cyprus inform young children about the species and habits of birds encountered in Cyprus through poetic duelling known as Tsiattista.


Kids will make a Cyprus Warbler (Trypomazis), a Eurasian Hoopoe (Poupouxios), and a Scops Owl (Thoupi) based on a blueprint, enhancing the children’s ability to detect and combine colours/shapes, while building on their 3D space perception.


At the same time, they will have the opportunity to make their own little creature and share it on social media, thus unleashing their imagination.

Tickets: € 12 /10

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15 WED 20:00 (120’)

25 Years Rialto Theatre 

Stamatis Kraounakis

Opening with Krama Brass Band


Foremost Greek composer and loyal friend of the Rialto, Stamatis Kraounakis, accompanied by an array of virtuoso instrumentalists, presents a special repertoire on the occasion of the Rialto Theatre’s 25th year anniversary. Musicians: Dimitrios Andreadis (piano, keys) | Nicos Katsikis (bouzouki), Lambros Papanicolaou (double bass).


Message by Stamatis Kraounakis

Ever since I remember myself in Cyprus, the Rialto has stood by me and my songs. It has been to us a warm embrace that have kept us alive and standing next to our beloved friends in this corner of the Mediterranean soul. I am delighted and honoured to participate in the celebrations for its 25th anniversary. A big thank you from the bottom of my heart to Georgia Doetzer for her support to this day, and all the best to the new director.


Krama Brass Band was established in 2023 by two Cypriot musicians, Andreas Theocharous and Nicholas Georgiou, and consists of six wind instruments, a guitar and drums. Krama is inspired by the concept of combinaCon of elements and cultures: the alloy as a material of the brass instruments, and the blend of Mediterranean and Western music. Krama’s intention is the composition and performance of original music that combines traditional music of the Mediterranean region with Western music, with an emphasis on retaining the stylistic features of traditional music.


Nicholas Georgiou: Alto Saxophone, Marios Charalampous: Tenor Saxophone, Giorgos El Haber: Trumpet, Rafael Orfanidis: Trumpet, Vangelis Drouliskos: Trombone, Alexandros Adam: Guitar, Andreas Theocharous: Tuba, Nikolas Tsangaris: Drums

Tickets: € 12 /10

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26/05 SUN 11:00 (90’) 


Maria Varnakkidou, Constantina Andreou 


The Heroes’ Square interactive soundwalk offers the opportunity to the international audience of Limassol to enjoy this one-of-a-kind walk-through.


A journey across time, an imprint of memory, an experience of sound and visual images, conceived by Maria Varnakkidou and Konstantina Andreou in the framework of Rialto’s Associate Artist Residence Scheme. 


In Greek and English.

Tickets: € 5

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31/05 FRI 20:30 (50’)

Cyprus Contemporary Dance Festival 2024

AiNA performance installation exhibition by Suzana Phialas


AiNa comes to life as an IRL simulation of the artist’s post-photographic Ai series “Performing anatomies”. Phialas’ work & improvisations with the performers are based on images & videos of a custom AI model she has trained. "I think of the still image works as “microcosmic performances" extracted from the fabric of daily existence. Each image encapsulates mundane moments and familiar scenarios, seamlessly weaving together domestic interiors and outdoor settings. While universally relatable, these depictions are elevated by a nuanced interplay of wit and irony, infusing them with a distinctive flavor. The resulting amalgam is an assortment of absurd, illogical, and whimsically surreal episodes plucked from the canvas of ordinary life". 

Strobe lighting effects are used during this performance


Organized by the Department of Contemporary Culture, Deputy Ministry of Culture and the Rialto Theatre.


Tickets: €8 (€30 for all performances)

On-Stage performance ~ limited seating (70)

Free entrance to students, soldiers, pensioners and dance professionals

Free transportation from Nicosia.  

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