2021 uneARTh FESTIVAL
THURSDAY, MARCH 25

FOOD AND THEATRE FOR THURSDAY! 

 

night in the village - okipos greenmarket

doors open from 6pm

In 1821, the Greeks revolted against the Ottoman Empire which had occupied Greece for almost 400 years, leading to the war of independence.

On March 25, Bishop Germanos of Patras raised the Greek flag at the monastery of Agia Lavras, inciting the Peloponnese to rise against the oppressors.

For over a century and a half Greeks all over the world have celebrated this day as the beginning of their battle for independence.

This year Celebrate Greek Independence Day at O Kipos with a night of food, film, live Greek music, and dancing.

Greek food will be available as well as bar facilities. So, grab a Mythos or Ouzo and celebrate everything Greek with a night of guaranteed Kefi!

Grab your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-night-in-the-village-tickets-142382057567

 

meltdown 

Old Girl Guide Hall - Jessop White Park

6pm and 8pm

'Meltdown' is an anthology of stories built into an immersive theatre experience, exploring humanity and connection through the voices of young people. 'Meltdown' was inspired by conversations with students during the COVID-19 pandemic. This production is in partnership with Ruby Award winning company D'faces of Youth Arts and is performed by regional artists aged 11-18.

'Meltdown' was written with funding from the Department of Premiere and Cabinet in 2020 by regional theatre maker Michal Hughes.

This is not a seated performance - this show will be a mobile immersive experience.

 

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