A busy month is coming to Rialto Theater at Limassol. March will be full of theatrical performances, with great famous musicians from Greece, an evening full of Jazz music and much more. The detailed program is below.
1/3 WED 20:30 (90’)
The Voracious – Dimitris Psathas | Satiriko Theatre
Driven by humour, smart dialogue and the play’s familiar and high-spirited characters, The Voracious by Dimitris Psathas reflects the modern society and man’s moral decay.
Directing / Music supervision: Marianna Kafkaridou. In Greek.
€15 / 12
2/3 THU 20:30 (80’)
Premiere 3 I Cyprus Symphony Orchestra
Cyprus Symphony Orchestra performs some of the greatest works of the French musical romanticism: La vie parisienne: Overture (Jacques Offenbach), Cello concerto no. 1 in A minor, op. 33 (Camille Saint-Saëns), Symphony no. 1 in C major (Georges Bizet). Conductor: Yiorgos Kountouris, Cello: Robertas Grod.
€18/14 Ι €13/10 Ι €8/6
4/3 SAT 20:30 (100’)
Christos Thiveos, Panagiotis Margaris
Christos Thiveos and Panagiotis Margaris meet on Rialto’s stage to tell their lyrical stories in their own unique way. In this concert, Christos Thiveos’ distinctive voice becomes intertwined with Panagiotis Margaris’ virtuosity, presenting a repertoire that stirs powerful emotions.
€ 20 / 15
7/3 TUE 20:30 (120’)
The Picture of Dorian Gray – Oscar Wilde | Anemona Theatre
Anemona Theatre celebrates its 20th anniversary with The Picture of Dorian Gray adapted for stage by Greek author and playwright Rozita Sokou. The play was the first to be presented by Anemona Theatre 17 years ago, an emblematic moment in the theatre’s history. Directing: Andreas Tilemachou. In Greek.
€ 15 / 12
9/3 THU 20:30 (75’)
Seven brothers are waiting | Spyros Papavassiliou, Christoforos Frantzis
A personal documentary illustrating the life of Kyriakos Frantzis, a 1974 missing person. Despite drawing inspiration from Kyriakos, the film also highlights the common suffering of the families of missing persons across Cyprus. In Greek. Directing, DOP, Editing: Spyros Papavasiliou & Christoforos Frantzis.
10/3 FRI 20:30 (80’)
Starlight 4 – Great Performers Ι Cyprus Symphony Orchestra
The CySO and its artistic director Günter Neuhold are thrilled to share the stage with renowned violinist Liviu Prunaru, to present the late romantic masterpieces: Violin concerto in D minor, op. 47 (Jean Sibelius) and Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 73 (Johannes Brahms).
€25/18 I €20/15 I €17/12
14/3 TUE 20:30 (80’)
Α Jazz Night at Rialto I Irenaeos Koullouras Trio and Guests
Double-bass player Irenaeos Koullouras presents his latest Piano Trio with Christos Yerolatsitis (piano) and Stelios Xydias (drums). The trio will also be joined by top soloists Gilad Atzmon (saxophone) and Amos Hoffman (guitar), as well as with distinct voices, Tali Atzmon and Ioanna Troullidou.
€ 12 / 10
16/3 THU 20:30 (90’)
Steel Magnolias – Robert Harling | Satiriko Theatre
Steel Magnolias is a study on friendship outweighing loneliness and the human need for support and communication. Through this black comedy of twists and turns, Robert Harling gives his female characters a fierce and witty dialogue, full of empathy and compassion. In Greek. Directing: Emilios Charalambides.
€15 / 12
17/3 FRI 20:30 (50’)
Machines in Lasting Motion – The Island Club
Α live audiovisual programme comprising a screening of early 20th century avant-garde films, featuring works by Germain Dulac, László Moholy-Nagy and Ralph Steiner. The screening will be accompanied by live experimental and electronic music composed and performed by Cypriot artists.
€10 / 5
19/3 SUN 20:30 (75’)
Mome Piaf – Tribute to Edith Piaf I Alliance Française de Limassol
A tribute to iconic French chanteuse, Edith Piaf, known as the “Little Sparrow”, including a repertoire of modern arrangements by Stavros Dritsas, through the exquisite voice of Vakia Stavrou and a nine-member orchestra.
€ 15 /10
24 – 26/3 FRI–SUN
Psychoanalysis and Cinema
A tribute to ‘Psychoanalysis and Cinema with four feature films and four short films. The films will be analysed by panels consisting of psychoanalysts and film theorists. A discussion with the audience will follow. Organised by the Cyprus Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, the Lab for Animation Research of Cyprus University of Technology and the Rialto Theatre.
€5 (€10 for 3 days)
26/3 SUN 11:00 (60’)
Peripato | Maria Varnakkidou and Konstantina Andreou
The Heroes’ Square interactive soundwalk continues with more sessions taking place on a regular basis. A journey across time, an imprint of memory, an experience of sound and visual images, conceived by Maria Varnakkidou and Konstantina Andreou. In Greek.
28, 29/3 TUE, WED 20:30 (90’) ΟΝ STAGE
Mouthpiece – Kieran Hurley | Ferefono Theatre Group (15+)
A play by award-winning author Kieran Hurley, presented by Ferefono Theatre Group, for the first time in the Greek language. Directed by Maria Kyriakou and translated by Marios Constandinou. Cast: Melanie Steliou and Andreas Daniel. In Greek
€15 / 12
31/3 FRI 20:30 (60’)
Memoirs of a Miner Ι Compania Flamenca Filippa
A dance-theatre performance inspired by Pantelis Varnava’s book, which retrieves from the bowels of the earth the struggle of the Cypriot miners. Their cry mingles with that of the Andalusian workers of Spain who sing along “the struggle for survival”. Production: Compania Flamenca Filippa.
€15 / 12
Rialto Theatre, Andrea Drousioti, Str.Heroes Square 3040 Lemesos σος
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