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Mamma Mia

Written by  |  Friday, 13 July 2018 00:00  |  Published in EVENTS

Discover Donna's  young life, experiencing the fun she had with the three possible dads of Sophie. Sophie is now pregnant. Like Donna, she'll be a young mother, and she realizes that she'll need to take risks like her mother did.

Writer Catherine Johnson's sunny, funny tale unfolds on a Greek island paradise. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother's past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.

The story-telling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs propels this enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship, and every night everyone’s having the time of their lives!

Performance starts at 9:30pm

Tickets from 25euros  - children & students  13  & 15euros

Pre-Sale: info kiosk 4Martires sqr  

Electra Euripides at Fortezza

Written by  |  Friday, 13 July 2018 00:00  |  Published in EVENTS

Electra, a play from Sophocles’ late period (probably written in 412 or 411 BCE), dramatises one of the bleakest episodes in the history of the House of Atreus: the revenge taken by Electra and Orestes against Clytemnestra and Aegisthus for their murder of Agamemnon. Electra, who is the central figure of the drama, keeps the memory of her father’s assassination alive, begging the gods to help her punish his murderers. The return of her brother, the exiled Orestes, sets in train the events that will lead to a double killing.


            Sophocles’ drama is steeped in ambiguity, constantly constructing a dense network of images and metaphors that precludes easy conclusions.Sophoclean irony erodes the foundations of the obvious, posing an important question of whether the death of the usurpers is indeed the end of the victims’ misfortunes.


Written during the period of tumult caused by the catastrophic Peloponnesian War, Electra bears the marks of the “pathology of war”.The centre of gravity shifts from divine speech to human action, the Delphic Oracle forming part of a world of inconsistencies and contradictions.Electra is an aggressive and untamed creature that “gives birth to wars”. She transforms grief into a tool of revenge, which instead of salving her pain, intensifies her fury.


            Of crucial importance for the play and the production is the gradual breakdown of boundaries, plunging the heroes into an uncontrollable and ever-increasing vortex of revenge.  The heroes, ruled by folly, construct a merciless universe in which nothing is brought to a conclusion.Orestes has killed Clytemnestra but the murder of Aegisthus has not yet been carried out.


            The play does not have firm conclusion but anabsence. After the matricide, the anticipated murder of Aegisthus is left in abeyance, reinforcing the belief that the “victory” of the heroes has transformed the victims into new persecutors, their tragic fate descending into even deeper darkness.


The performance will be performed in Greek


Performance starts at 9:30pm


Tickets from 18euros  - children & students  13 euros


Pre-Sale: info kiosk 4Martires sqr  

Roustika Panigiri

Written by  |  Friday, 13 July 2018 00:00  |  Published in EVENTS

As the birthplace of so many classic Cretan delicacies, Rethymno has become a destinationfor foodies all over the world due to its unbeatable access to some of the freshiest ingrediets that creates unique flavors that can take over the most demanding taster.

A wide range of cheeses, its local produced wines and raki and a variety of traditional dishes, like cheese and green pies, based on the well known based on the well known Cretan Diet and cuisine and the pure cretan olive oil are just a few steps away.

Live a Panigiri experience which is the village festival, a celebration and feast with wine, live musicand dancing combined all together with great success.


Visit  Roustika village and until the Panigiri which  starts at 10pm , you’ll have some time on your hands which you can spend strolling around the vilage, seeing the sights and visit the local museum of Traditional Greek costumes Kate & Andreas Fragkiadaki housed in Roustika Melathron and the monastery Profitis Elias.  Roustika is also  ideal for mountain - biking and mountaineering through superb gorges of abundant vegetation and the European track E4. In a near diastance you can visit  ancient town of Lappa, Argiroupolis, the Kournas lake,  Moundros, all of which are of unique natural beauty.


Its an exclusive opportunity to experience this celebration which is part of cretan culture.

Roustika Cultural Association organizes the Panigiri with pleanty of food and  local wine and delicacies to the sounds of live Georgios Psaroudaki  band, making the whole event a great oportunity  for locals as well as for visitors to gather and dance.The essence of this celebration impregnated with the cratan hospitality, is that “all are welcome” and treated like family, participating body and soul in the commemoration.

Expect to hear lots of Mandinades, the Cretan folklore poems which are being shaped on spot, creating a very festive atmosphere and dynamic vibe.

Afterall panigiri is a unique chance for all those who want to overstep the boundaries of the typical tourism and want to enrich their holidays with experiencesthat overome them .

Join panigiri to ''live like a local'' and have a taste of the cretan spirit.

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