Application Forms 2018

Box no.: 3/Α/2018

October 11, 2017

2018 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ANCIENT GREEK DRAMA

Call for submission of proposals by theatre groups or individuals

The Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Cyprus Centre of the International Theatre Institute and the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (the “Οrganisers”), announce the “2018 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama”, which will be held during the entire month of July 2018, in Cyprus.

The “International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama” is characterized by its international identity and the selected performances are presented in open-air amphitheatres, such as the Ancient Odeon in Paphos, the Curium Ancient Theatre in Limassol and the “Skali” Amphitheatre in Aglantzia. The Festival presents performances of ancient Greek drama that project the specific nature of ancient Greek drama and submitted proposals must be based on the original text of the tragedians and comedians of Greek antiquity.

The “International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama” has been honored with the EFFE Label (2015-2016 and 2017-2018), as one of Europe’s finest festivals.

The 22nd edition of the “International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama” is part of the celebrations of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, 2018.

All proposals from theatre groups or individuals expressing interest in participating in the “2018 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama” should be submitted using the form available bellow.

The deadline for submissions is December, 11 2017.

Submission of a proposal is equal to acceptance of ALL terms and conditions of the Organisers.

For more information please contact +357 2267 4920 [Weekdays: 10:00 – 17:00 EET] or by email to [email protected]

 


  • Submission application form, terms and conditions for CYPRIOT THEATRE GROUPS 

 

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  • Submission application form , terms and conditions for THEATRE GROUPS NOT RESIDING IN CYPRUS OR GREECE