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The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. Photograph: Evi Fylaktou | Athens and Epidaurus Festival

Athens Events

With a vibrant cultural scene all year round, Athens events include an impressive mix of both local and international musicians, artists and dance groups. The city comes alive in the summer months where cinema screens move outdoors and plateias or neighbourhood squares are buzzing with music and festivities. From June-August every year, the Athens & Epidaurus Festival is in full swing with an abundance of events held at various iconic Athenian venues including Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre, located at the base of the southern slopes of the Acropolis.

The Athens events we list have been chosen to appeal to an international audience passing through Athens and we select events accordingly.

Events in Athens

The Megaron Athens Concert Hall and Greek National Theatre are two of the major modern day venues in Athens. In peak season and where possible, we recommend you pre-purchase your tickets or ask your hotel to assist you with this. We provide you with the venue address in English and Greek to overcome any language barriers with taxi drivers. We also provide the nearest metro station to an event, along with a map to assist with your travel arrangements.

Athens & Epidaurus Festival

This is by far the crown jewel in the annual events calendar in Athens. Running now for more than 60 years, it presents local and international productions of Ancient Greek drama that celebrates the city’s cultural heritage. Athens is blessed with a network of ancient amphitheatres including Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Aristotle’s Lyceum and Lycabettus Theatre. Extending beyond Athens to the Attica region, performances can also be found at the Ancient Theatre of Delphi and the infamous Epidaurus Theatre. Check out our travel tips of getting to Epidaurus.

August Full Moon Festival

Every August on the night of the full moon, musical performances are held at key historic venues, including the Acropolis, the Roman Agora and other sites around Greece. Be sure to watch this space for updates.

  • Ancient Epidaurus Theatre Tickets Athens Festival

    ANCIENT EPIDAURUS THEATRE PROGRAMME & TICKETS

    Where: Palea Epidaurus in Argolis
    When: 29 June - 18 August 2018
    Why Go: To experience a live performance & perfect acoustics at this ancient theatre

    As part of the annual Athens and Epidaurus festival, the Epidaurus theatre comes alive with the works of great Greek playwrights such as Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes and more. It is a highlight of the festival to experience a midsummer production at this iconic venue. The famous ancient theatre of Epidaurus was constructed in the late…

  • Scorpions Athens Panathenaic Stadium

    SCORPIONS live at the Panathenaic Stadium

    Where: Panathenaic Stadium
    When: 16 July 2018
    Why Go: For a night of rock at an iconic venue

    Legendary German rock band, Scorpions will perform at the Panathenaic Stadium, the iconic birthplace of the modern Olympic games. Their concert, “Once in a Lifetime” will be opened by the Athens State Orchestra, adding a symphonic dimension to the band’s sound. Scorpions are one of the longest lasting and commercially successful ensembles of rock music….

  • Nigel Kennedy Odeon Herodes Athens Epidaurus

    NIGEL KENNEDY – ‘Bach Meets Kennedy meets Gershwin’

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 17 July 2018
    Why Go: See this legendary violinist LIVE at the Acropolis

    Nigel Kennedy, one of the top violinists in the world and the best-selling violinist in the history of music, presents his concert ‘Bach meets Kennedy meets Gershwin’ live at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus as part of the Athens and Epidaurus Festival. Discovered by the great American-born violinist and conductor, Yehudi Menuhin, his recording of Vivaldi’s…

  • Giannis Parios Greek Singers in Athens

    GREEK SINGERS PERFORMING IN ATHENS

    Where: Various locations around Athens
    When: July & September 2018
    Why Go: Experience the latest in modern Greek music LIVE

    Greek singers perform all around Greece throughout the year. For those wanting to experience the latest in the Greek music scene, there’s a legendary line up in store this month in Athens.

  • Rockwave Festival Athens Arctic Monkeys

    ROCKWAVE FESTIVAL 2018

    Where: Terra Vibe Park
    When: 6, 19, 20 July 2018
    Why Go: Experience Greece’s famous summer rock festival

    Rockwave Festival is held every year at Terra Vibe Park in Malakasa, situated on the northern edge of the Parnitha mountain range, around 30km (19 miles) north of Athens. Celebrating its 22nd year, it has become one of the most famous rock festivals in Greece, establishing itself as the annual live music event for contemporary pop…

  • Athens Open Air Film Festival

    Athens Open Air Film Festival 2018

    Where: Various locations around Athens
    When: On now - 29 August 2018
    Why Go: To see iconic movies against the backdrop of Athenian landmarks

    The Athens Open Air Film Festival returns, transforming some of the most iconic spaces around Athens into outdoor cinemas, screening some of the greatest movies in film history. This year, the festival program includes 18 classic films, many of which are famous literary adaptations. The screenings will take place at museums, squares, gardens, pedestrian precincts…

  • ELECTRA Epidaurus Festival Athens

    ELECTRA by Sophocles – Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    Where: Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus
    When: 20 & 21 July 2018
    Why Go: See Electra performed at an iconic ancient Greek theatre

    This presentation of Electra forms part of the Athens and Epidaurus festival programme for 2018. Written in the shadow of the Peloponnesian War, Electra is one of Sophocles’ most brutal plays. From the very first scene, the return of matricide Orestes, to the final scene with the victorious battle cries of the chorus, the entire play is…

  • Megaron Opera Gala Athens

    OPERA GALA at the Megaron

    Where: Megaron, Athens Concert Hall
    When: 23 July 2018
    Why Go: A night of music for opera lovers

    Opera lovers should head to the opera gala at the Megaron Athens Concert Hall in July. “Great Opera Moments from Great Operas” will be performed from the works of Verdi, Bizet, Giordano and Mascagni, under the direction Greek-American conductor, Peter Tiboris with guest conductor from Italy, Giovanni Pacor. An international cast consisting of three famous…

  • Athens and Epidaurus Festival Odeon Herodes Atticus

    ATHENS AND EPIDAURUS FESTIVAL 2018

    Where: Various venues around Athens & Epidaurus
    When: 1st June – 18 August 2018
    Why Go: For an extensive line up of music, theatre & dance

    The Athens and Epidaurus Festival is the city’s annual arts festival and a highlight of the Greek summer calendar. With a legacy that spans more than sixty years, today it incorporates a full programme of music, theatre, dance and visual arts. Performances at the two ancient theatres of Odeon Herodes Atticus and the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus…

  • Acropolis Museum Events Gallery Slopes Athens

    EVENTS AT THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM

    Where: Acropolis Museum
    When: On now - 31 August 2018
    Why Go: To get more out of your visit to the museum

    The Acropolis Museum holds special events throughout the summer to enhance your experience of visiting the museum. Free guided tours, musical interludes and important archaeological artefacts on display on a temporary basis. See what’s on this month. FREE GUIDED TOURS Complimentary* guided tours every Friday evening at 6:00pm (in English) led by an archaeologist who…

  • Steven Wilson Athens Concert Technopolis

    STEVEN WILSON live in Athens

    Where: Athens Technopolis
    When: 25 July 2018
    Why Go: For lovers of progressive rock

    Based on his current album ‘To the Bone’, English musician Steven Wilson will perform in Athens as part of his world tour. One of the most eclectic and prolific artists in rock music, returns to Greece for one night only at Technopolis. Featuring songs from his latest album, Wilson will also perform favourites from previous…

  • Persians Aeschylus Athens I

    THE PERSIANS by Aeschylus

    Where: Veakio Theatre, Piraeus
    When: 25 July 2018
    Why Go: See one of the oldest ancient Greek dramas

    The Persians by Aeschylus, is the second part and only surviving work of a trilogy and the only surviving Greek tragedy which is based on actual events of the time, recording the defeat of the Persians and the triumph of the Greek spirit which Aeschylus himself participated in. According to the production’s director, “the performance…

  • Dora Stratou Traditional Greek dancing

    TRADITIONAL GREEK DANCING

    Where: Dora Stratou Theatre, Philopappou Hill
    When: 23rd May – 23rd September 2018
    Why Go: To see traditional Greek dance

    Take in traditional Greek dancing at the 800 seat open air Dora Stratou theatre located on Philopappou Hill, opposite the Acropolis. Each performance includes over 75 dancers, musicians and folk singers with an authentic collection of over 2,000 costumes with traditional jewellery that is more than a century old. With each performance representing a different…

  • Gadjo Dilo Gazarte Why Athens City Guide

    GADJO DILO ‘Manouche de Grec’ at Gazarte

    Where: Gazarte in Gazi
    When: 29 June + 27 July 2018
    Why Go: To hear Gypsy Jazz music in Greek

    Gadjo Dilo carry the magic of the Gypsy jazz tradition creating their own musical style ‘Manouche De Grec’. Following previous sold out performances around Athens, Gadjo Dilo will appear once again on Gazarte’s rooftop stage. Combining the musical genius of the legendary guitarist of gypsy swing, Django Reinhardt with the sounds of the Greek music…

  • THESMOPHORIAZUSAE Epidaurus Festival Athens

    THESMOPHORIAZUSAE by Aristophanes – Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    Where: Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus
    When: 27 & 28 July 2018
    Why Go: Power and politics come to life on this ancient stage

    This presentation of Thesmophoriazusae forms part of the Athens and Epidaurus festival programme for 2018. Thesmophoriazusae is one of Aristophanes’ three female plays, written in 411 BC, at a time when democracy was overthrown and replaced by Oligarchy, women called for political stability. Nowadays, women are no longer in the same difficult position. They are no…

  • Two Embroideries Mentis Passementerie Athens

    TWO EMBROIDERIES by Stefanos Rokos & Antiopi Pantazi

    Where: Mentis Passementerie
    When: On now – 28 July 2018
    Why Go: See famous paintings transformed into embroidered works

    Two Embroideries is an artistic collaboration between Greek contemporary artist, Stefanos Rokos and architect Antiopi Pantazi, that interweaves tradition with modernism, craftmanship with creativity. The exhibition presents the work of these two artists culminating over three years (2013 – 2016). Two of Rokos’ paintings have been reworked by Pantazi in embroidery, to produce a multi-textured…

  • Athens Photo Festival Benaki Museum

    ATHENS PHOTO FESTIVAL 2018

    Where: Benaki Museum – Pireos Street Annexe
    When: On now - 29 July 2018
    Why Go: See work by emerging photographers from around the world

    The Athens Photo Festival with a focus on contemporary photography, brings together an exhibition of artists from around the world. The main exhibition programme will be on view until 29 July at the Benaki Museum’s Pireos St annex. and reflects the diversity of contemporary photography, featuring recent works of emerging and established artists from 32…

  • National Observatory of Athens Why Athens City Guide

    ASTRONOMY TOURS at the National Observatory of Athens

    Where: National Observatory of Athens
    When: Throughout July 2018
    Why Go: Take in the wonders of the Athenian sky by night with the Doridis telescope

    The visitors centre of the National Observatory of Athens will be conducting evening tours in English on dates throughout July offering the public the opportunity to peer through the 8 metre dome of the Doridis telescope, to enjoy the Athenian sky from the Hill of the Nymphs, opposite the Acropolis. The Doridis refracting telescope was…

  • CARMEN at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 27, 28, 29, 31 July 2018
    Why Go: See a modernised version of this classic opera

    Symbolizing love and liberty, the most popular opera in the French repertoire, Carmen, is brought back to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus for this years Athens and Epidaurus Festival. Presented by the Greek National Opera, the four night season in July 2018 is directed by acclaimed British director, Steven Langridge who is currently artistic director of the…

  • Stavros Niarchos Center Athens Events Canal

    EVENTS at the Stavros Niarchos Center

    Where: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC)
    When: Throughout July 2018
    Why Go: Great for architecture buffs & outdoor activities suitable for solos, couples & families

    The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) is one of the largest and newest developments that Athens has seen in the last ten years. It is a remarkable architectural feat pioneered by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and brought to life by the extraordinary vision of Italian architect Renzo Piano. It now houses two of Greece’s most…

  • Hadrian Athens National Archaeological Museum

    HADRIAN & ATHENS at the National Archaeological Museum

    Where: National Archaeological Museum
    When: On now through Nov 2018
    Why Go: See rare exhibits of the Roman Emperor Hadrian

    The National Archaeological Museum along with the Italian Archaeological School present ‘Hadrian and Athens, conversing with an Ideal World’ that marks 1900 years since the Roman Emperor Hadrian began his reign in 117AD. All of the 40 exhibits featured come from the National Archaeological Museum’s collections and gives visitors a unique opportunity to view exhibits…

  • Museum of Ancient Greek Technology Athens

    HI-TECH INVENTIONS OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS

    Where: Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology
    When: Throughout July 2018
    Why Go: Discover contributions made to technology by the ancient Greeks

    The Museum of Ancient Greek Technology is the newest museum opening in Athens, founded by Kostas Kotsanas, that represents cutting edge technology from ancient Greece. This permanent exhibition space features hundreds of objects and fully-functioning replicas made by Kotsanas, using the same methods and materials as the originals. Housed in a historic Art Nouveau building,…

  • Tomb of Christ Byzantine Museum Athens Sepulchre V

    UNVEILING THE TOMB OF CHRIST at the Byzantine Museum

    Where: Byzantine and Christian Museum
    When: On now – 10 October 2018
    Why Go: A look inside the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem

    Be virtually transported to Jerusalem and discover the fascinating history of what many believe is the Tomb of Christ inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in an immersive 3-D experience. This new interactive exhibition at the Byzantine and Christian Museum presents the conservation and renovation done by scientists from the National Technical University of Athens…

  • Joan Leigh Fermor Photographs Benaki Museum

    JOAN LEIGH FERMOR – ‘Artist and Lover’ | Benaki Museum

    Where: Benaki Museum
    When: On now – 21 October 2018
    Why Go: See the photographs of Joan Leigh Fermor

    The Benaki Museum presents a collection of 148 photographs by Joan Leigh Fermor, the equally talented wife of the celebrated Irish travel writer Patrick Leigh Fermor. Joan and Paddy Leigh Fermor were united in a pact of liberty – sharing their lives, mostly in Greece, as lovers and friends. As photographer and writer, they were…

  • Aspects of Beauty National Archaeological Museum Athens

    COUNTLESS ASPECTS OF BEAUTY, National Archaeological Museum

    Where: National Archaeological Museum
    When: On now – May 2019
    Why Go: Discover objects of beauty from antiquity

    The National Archaeological Museum in Athens presents ‘Countless Aspects of Beauty’, the final exhibition in a fascinating trilogy that showcases the institution’s impressive collections, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. More than 300 artefacts, digital media and other displays explore human kind’s eternal quest for beauty and the need to surround ourselves with beautiful objects,…

  • Paul Chan Cycladic Museum Athens

    PAUL CHAN – ODYSSEUS & THE BATHERS at the Cycladic

    Where: Museum of Cycladic Art
    When: 5 July – 14 October 2018
    Why Go: See kinetic sculptural works

    An exhibition of New York-based artist Paul Chan in Athens, guest-curated by Sam Thorne, Director of Nottingham Contemporary. ‘Odysseus and the Bathers’ at the Museum of Cycladic Art presents a body of new and recent works, which the artist calls “breathers” and “bathers”. Each figure is composed of a fabric “body” designed by Chan and attached to…

  • Byzantium First Millenium Byzantine Museum Athens HS

    BYZANTIUM in the first millennium

    Where: Byzantine and Christian Museum
    When: On now – 10 October 2018
    Why Go: A closer look at Byzantium in the first millennium

    The exhibition ‘BYZANTIUM in the first millennium’ at the Byzantine and Christian Museum emphasizes the role of the Byzantine Empire, between 300-1000 AD as an emblem of stability in a period of great uncertainty, conflicts and upheavals in the European world, as well as in the broader Mediterranean region. Through six thematic sections, visitors will…

  • George Condo Cycladic Museum Athens

    GEORGE CONDO at the Museum of Cycladic Art

    Where: Museum of Cycladic Art
    When: 8 June – 14 October 2018
    Why Go: Condo’s first major solo exhibition in Greece

    Within its contemporary art programme, the Museum of Cycladic Art (MCA) is holding the exhibition George Condo at Cycladic. This will be the first major solo museum exhibition of the American artist George Condo in Greece. The exhibition includes painting, sculptures and drawings spanning his 40-year career and a catalogue will be published on its occasion. Condo…

  • ORESTES Epiduarus Festival Athens

    ORESTES by Euripides – Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    Where: Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus
    When: 3 & 4 August 2018
    Why Go: See Euripides’ ancient tragedy

    This presentation of Orestes forms part of the Athens and Epidaurus festival programme for 2018. To what extent can a society caught up in a vicious cycle of crime, find a way out? Three young people, Orestes, Electra, and Pylades are entangled in a spiral of blood and violence. Gods and humans have spun an…

  • FROGS Epidaurus Festival Athens

    THE FROGS by Aristophanes – Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    Where: Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus
    When: 10 & 11 August 2018
    Why Go: See this famous ancient Greek comedy live

    This presentation of The Frogs forms part of the Athens and Epidaurus festival programme for 2018. Aristophanes attempts a phantasmagorical descent to the underworld. Much like Odysseus, he seeks a path to his utopian Ithaca. One can only fulfil one’s life by discovering the true meaning of death. The polis must come to terms with its…

  • OEDIPUS COLONUS Epidaurus Festival Athens

    OEDIPUS AT COLONUS by Sophocles – Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    Where: Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus
    When: 17 & 18 August 2018
    Why Go: See Sophocles’ last tragedy

    This presentation of Oedipus at Colonus forms part of the Athens and Epidaurus festival programme for 2018. As Sophocles’ final tragedy, this play is at once a meditation on human fate and a tribute to his favourite city, Athens. A tragedy about physical and metaphysical borders, about the mystery of human freedom in the face…

  • August Full Moon Athens Why Athens City Guide

    ATHENS UNDER THE AUGUST FULL MOON

    Where: Various locations around the city
    When: 26 August 2018
    Why Go: Take in the silver light of the midsummer full moon

    The midsummer August full moon will see many museums around the city open their doors to the public free of charge with extended trading hours until midnight. The Ministry of Culture has announced the following musical events in Athens for the 7th August.

  • Boris Berezovsky Odeon Herodes Athens

    BORIS BEREZOVSKY at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 4 September 2018
    Why Go: Hear one of the world’s best pianist and orchestras at an iconic venue

    Enjoy masterpieces for piano and orchestra of the world’s most romantic repertoire in this unique symphony concert by Boris Berezovsky and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Warsaw, performing on the iconic stage of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. Piano soloist and legendary Russian virtuoso Boris Berezovsky leads the musical programme, focusing on the work of…

  • AGAMEMNON Epidaurus Festival Athens

    AGAMEMNON by Aeschylus – Ancient Greek Tragedy

    Where: Veakio Theatre, Piraeus
    When: 5 September 2018
    Why Go: See Aeschylus’ best work of Greek tragedy

    Agamemnon by Aeschylus comes to the Veakio Theatre in Piraeus on the coast of Athens for one night only in September. In Aeschylus’ Agamemnon, the tragic characters are doomed to suffer and die, whereas the members of the chorus are doomed to suffer and live, revisiting their misfortunes and seeking a way out. This ancient Greek tragedy…

  • Anna Karenina Odeon Herodes Atticus Athens

    ANNA KARENINA at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 5 & 6 September 2018
    Why Go: See a modern dance version of Tolstoy’s novel

    The Vakhtangov Theatre of Moscow presents Anna Karenina, for two nights in September on the majestic stage of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens. A modern dance interpretation of Leo Tolstoy’s classic novel, Anna Karenina was originally published as a series of installments from 1875 to 1877 in the periodical, The Russian Messenger. Director,…

  • Yiannis Parios Concert Athens Greek Singers

    Yiannis Parios in Concert

    Where: Katrakeio Theatre
    When: 8 September 2018
    Why Go: See one of Greece’s most famous singers

    Yiannis Parios will be performing at the magnificent open-air theatre of Katrakeio in Athens for one night only, to perform new songs that are yet to be released and interpreted for the first time in this unique concert. Parios is one of Greece’s most famous singers and will be appearing with a 10-member orchestra led…

  • Chemical Brothers Athens

    CHEMICAL BROTHERS LIVE in ATHENS

    Where: Olympic Fencing Centre
    When: 8 September 2018
    Why Go: See the pioneers in electronic music LIVE

    Manchester-based electronic pioneers, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, aka the Chemical Brothers, will perform in Athens with what they describe as a “mind-bending” new show. The duo who redefined electronic dance music bring their new live show, full of visual affects, strobe lights and lasers to create a transcendent audio-visual space. Songs like “Hey Boy…

  • Peggy Zina Greek Singers Athens

    PEGGY ZINA LIVE in ATHENS

    Where: Veakio Theatre, Piraeus
    When: 10 September 2018
    Why Go: See a great songstress return to the stage

    Popular Greek singer, Peggy Zina, will perform for one night only at the open air Veakio theatre in Piraeus on the coast of Athens. Considered to be an important contemporary singer of the “laiko” genre, Zina has released more than 10 studio albums with nine platinum and two gold records. Known for her deeply authentic…

  • Music Outdoors Megaron Athens Concert

    MUSIC OUTDOORS at the Megaron in Athens

    Where: Megaron gardens
    When: September 2018
    Why Go: To enjoy great music outdoors

    Enjoy music outdoors by moonlight, in true Athenian style at the Megaron Athens Concert Hall as it upholds its summer tradition of transforming its surrounding gardens into an outdoor concert venue. Expect classical music from young orchestras, jazz and world music by prominent performers along with Greek and foreign pop. Tickets at the door or…

  • Sara Baras Odeon Herodes Atticus Athens

    SARA BARAS – Flamenco at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 14 September 2018
    Why Go: See the very best dancer of flamenco at an iconic venue

    Considered one of the best flamenco dancers in the world, Sara Baras comes to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens for the first time in September, together with her dancers and orchestra, led by prominent guitarist, Keko Baldomero. In her new show “Shadows”, Baras’ dance skills are combined with her fascinating choreographies, both traditional and modern with…

  • Zorba the Greek Ballet Athens Panathenaic Stadium

    ZORBA THE BALLET at the Panathenaic Stadium

    Where: Panathenaic Stadium
    When: 15 September 2018
    Why Go: Re-live the story of Zorba through music & dance

    Zorba the ballet performed by the Sofia Opera and Ballet comes to the iconic Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, for one night only in September. Based on the supreme novel by Nikos Kazantzakis, with music by Mikis Theodorakis. Staged over two acts, with choreography and libretto by Lorca Massine, the world premier season in 1988 and…

  • Makriyannis American School Athens ASCSA

    MAKRIYANNIS, ‘Vital Expression’ – American School of Classical Studies

    Where: American School of Classical Studies Athens
    When: On now – 29 September 2018
    Why Go: An emblematic exhibition

    In conjunction with the inauguration of the new wing of the Gennadius Library, the American School of Classical Studies in Athens (ASCSA) presents ‘Ioannis Makriyannis: Vital Expression’ dedicated to the great fighter of Greece’s War of Independence who later became a politician and advocate of the Constitution under the first Governor of Greece Ioannis Kapodistrias. Makriyannis…

  • Parios Athens Events Whats on Greece

    ATHENS EVENTS – SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER

    Where: Various locations in Athens
    When: Throughout Sept & Oct 2018
    Why Go: For live music & theatre

    As the summer season comes to an end, the cultural agenda runs high as Athenians return from their summer vacations. From touring musicians, to home-grown talent, Athens presents a full and exciting calendar of live music and theatre, at some of the best venues in the city during September and October. Shows for this period…

  • Costas Varotsos Exhibition Theocharakis Foundation Athens

    COSTAS VAROTSOS latest works

    Where: B & M Theocharakis Foundation, Syntagma
    When: On now – 21 October 2018
    Why Go: See the work of a cutting-edge Greek artist

    Costas Varotsos has left his artistic stamp on urban spaces across Europe and the United States. As an established Greek sculptor, Varotsos is heralded for his masterful skill in working with the fragility of glass. His large glass sculpture of a running man (Dromeas) opposite the Hilton Hotel in Athens, has become a modern icon of…