Piraeus + Melina Mercouri Theatre
3, 5 September 2017
See a political tragedy by ancient Greek playwright Aeschylus
One of the most successful performances of the Athens and Epidaurus Festival, Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus will extend its season touring around Greece in September. The National Theatre of Northern Greece presents this political tragedy as an exploration of our commonly shared survival instincts and how these instincts are comparable with our fundamental need to remain human, despite our fears and insecurities.
Adopts the modern translation by Greek poet George Plana. Directed by renowned Lithuanian director, Cezaris Graužinis.
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SEVEN AGAINST THEBES
3 & 5 September, 9:00pm
Tickets: 10 euros
3rd Sept venue:
Veakio Theatre, Lofos Kastellas – Profiti Ilias, Piraeus
A 25 minute drive from the centre of Athens
For the taxi driver: Βεάκειο Θέατρο, Λόφος Καστέλλας – Προφήτη Ηλία, Piraeus
5th Sept venue:
Vrachon theatre; (Melina Mercouri open air theatre), Vyronas
A 20 minute drive from the centre of Athens
For the taxi driver:
Διαδημοτικό Δίκτυο Πολιτισμού
Βύρωνα & Δάφνης-Υμηττού
Θέατρο Βράχων: «Μελίνα Μερκούρη»
Ευαγγελικής Σχολής 26, 6ος ορ., Βύρωνας