Free admission, upon reservation of free pass at tel. 7000 2414 (5 days prior), to: ▪ people with disabilities. Please show proof at ticket gate ▪ members of CCOITI. Please show the updated International ITI Member Card for 2019 at ticket gate
Notes for attending performances at the Curium Ancient Theatre: Spectators are advised to arrive at least 45 minutes before the performance. Once the available parking spaces at the archaeological site are filled, the entrance of other private cars is prohibited. The rest of the private cars shall be parked in Agios Ermogenis and spectators will be transported to the theatre by buses. The last bus route from Agios Ermogenis’ parking place to the theatre departs at 20:45. After the last bus route, spectators will have to walk from Agios Ermogenis towards the theatre, in order to attend the performance.
Notes for attending performances at the Paphos Ancient Odeon: Due to the roadworks that are carried out in points of Ap. Pavlou Avenue, the audience is advised to arrive at the Paphos Ancient Odeon using the entrance opposite the catacomb of Saint Solomoni (from the roundabout of Kings Avenue Mall towards the port of Kato Paphos). Upon entering the archaeological site, parking spaces will be indicated. The audience is permitted to enter the archaeological site from 20:00, while the entrance of the audience to theatre is allowed at 20:30.
To facilitate the public in Nicosia, shuttle transport from Nicosia to Curium Ancient Theatre will be provided, for the following performances: Lysistrata by Aristophanes (produced by Fondazione INDA, Italy) on July 12 and 13, Iphigenia in Aulis by Euripides (produced by NTNG) on July 26 and 27. ▪Departure: 18:30 (from the parking opposite the Handicraft Centre in Athalassa Avenue) ▪Bus ticket cost: €2 Ιt is necessary to purchase your bus ticket along with the performance ticket, 15 days prior, due to a fixed number of buses.
Please note that the following are not permitted:
Entry into the theatre after the performance commences.
Smoking, and the consumption of food and drinks at the theatre (with the exception of water).
The use of mobile phones during performance.
Taking photographs, with or without flash, and/or filming part and/or whole of the performance.