17 -28 October
Dance show – Kireru
RootlessRoot feat & John Parish
Kireru in Japanese means “outburst of anger”. Internal anxiety about the world is expressed in a constant struggle between the dancers. The decision to dream when the brain puts limits and be free despite over-disciplined society leads to outburst of anger and poetry with eight dancers from around the world.
Start: 17 – 28 October 2012 (except Mondays and Tuesdays). At 20.30
Address: Syggrou 107-109
Entrance: from 10 to 28 euro. ( 210 900 5800 (Mon-Sun: 9:00-21:00))
Rock ‘n’ Roll Party!!
If you are full of energy and crazy about Rock’n’roll dancing this evening is just for you!:) From 10 o’clock in the evening till early morning!:)
Place: Blue fox
Address: Asklipou 91, m. Panepistimio
Philosophy talks on Socrates Plato and Know thyself
Join James’ Monday evening talk on Socrates, Plato and Know Thyself, or Tuesday morning “walk and talk” on Aristotle. He keeps all talks simple and interesting so it’s easy to understand and fun to discuss the eternal philosophical issues such as ‘Know Thyself’.
On Mondays: talks in the bar in the evenings from 7.00 till 8.00 p.m.
On Tuesdays: “walk and talk” meet in lobby after breakfast at 10.00 a.m. (2 hour round trip.)
Place: Athenstyle hostel (Tel: 210 – 322 50 10)
Address: Agias Theklas 10, Monastiraki
Entrance: Free – Donations
Ongoing – 28 October
Street Art & Graffiti Photography Exhibition at The Stigma Lab! (Exhibition Street Art Laboratory & Workshop).
Start: 1st of September Duration: September month Place: Stigma Lab Address Andrea Metaxa 4, Exarhia Square
Hours: Monday-Saturday: 12.00 – 21.00 Entrance: free
1 October – 2013
Dinos of Patagonia in Athens
Continuing their wonder at the biggest European cities, the giants of Argentina arrived to thrill the inhabitants and visitors of Athens. You will find in this exhibition full dinosaur’s skeletons and life reconstructions, the biggest carnivore dinosaur that ever inhabited the planet along with the smallest, the earliest with the latest, Cretaceous birds that could not fly, dinosaurs that would learn to fly, educational activities and much more.
Place: Riding Center of Olympic Properties
Address: Riding Center (opposite Badminton)
Olympic Properties, Goudi Park, Athens
Entrance: : 7€ ( Reduce 4€)
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday: 09:00 to 20:00
Saturday-Sunday: 10:00 to 21:00
27 Sept.– 28 October
The exhibition is part of the second festival artistic prints and engravings, Athens Print Fest, organized by the Association of Greek Printmakers.
There is a constant parallelism between printmaking and as we understand the history of this supernova “supernova phenomenon” directly related to the current reality. It’s like two voices whispering to each other two versions of the same story.
Place: The TAF – The Art Foundation
The address: Normanou 5, Monastiraki
Hours: Mon-Fri 12.00-21.00, Sat-Sun 12.00-17.00
Opening: Thursday, 27 September 2012, 20.30