Chania – Crete

Chania is a coastal town of northwestern Crete and one of its most important ports. An endless list of monuments and sights that leave no one unmotivated … The great “difficulty” that Chania presents is that one can not easily decide where to go and what will leave “out” – for the next visit of … More Chania – Crete

Educational walk in eighteenth century Athens

Educational walk in eighteenth century Athens  taking as its starting point the travelers collection of the Onassis library. Get to know the Travellers Collection of the Onassis Library, and stroll together through the streets of Athens in the footsteps of European travellers of the eighteenth century. Through these rare books, you will learn where the … More Educational walk in eighteenth century Athens

Phobiarama

A “haunted house” is set in motion in the heart of Athens, and Dries Verhoeven exhorts us to enter the “Phobiarama” ride and banish the culture of fear that is eating away at us. The only way to banish our fears is to face up to them”, says Dries Verhoeven (b. 1976), and that’s precisely … More Phobiarama

Heterotopia

The Japanese “architect of theatre” and creator of high-profile site-specific projects returns to Greece to sweep us up and out of the OCC on a peripatetic spectacle-experience as, equipped with smartphones, apps and new cultural maps, we embark on the re-discovery of Piraeus and its long refugee history. Performance Guidelines The audience will walk and … More Heterotopia