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Notice: Cancellation of Performances Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th March 2017.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Hellenic Art Theatre and The Greek Festival Of Sydney regret to advise that ‘Karagiozis in Australia’ performances scheduled on Friday (3/3), Saturday (4/3) and Sunday (5/3) are cancelled.

As a result, our season will now commence Friday 10th March and conclude as scheduled on Sunday 26th March 2017.

• If you have made a reservation, one of our representatives will reach out via phone/email in order to amend your booking.
• Advice for Guests Holding an Invitation (who have yet to RSVP) – Please contact us in order to reserve seats for the performance scheduled on 10th March 2017.
• If you would like to speak to one of our representatives, please call Evelyn on 0413 989 007

We apologise for any inconvenience.


Karagiozis in Australia - Karagiozis the New Migrant by Miltos Moutafidis and directed by Stavros Economidis

A comedy, presented by the Hellenic Art Theatre and the Greek Festival of Sydney

The Greek crisis has led to a new wave of migration to Australia, and among the ‘new migrants’ is everyone’s favourite barefoot, hunch-backed folklore hero — Karagiozis. He has come with his family seeking work and a better future.

To his surprise, all his old friends have also made the move. He lands a job (thanks to his mate Hatziavatis) working for a wealthy Greek-Australian.

One of his duties is to protect his boss’s daughter and keep her away from Alexander (the Great). She will marry the man he selects... or will she?

Actors bring shadow-theatre characters to life on stage.

DATE: Friday 10 March – Sunday 26 March

TIME: Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun 5pm

VENUE: The Greek Theatre - Mantouridion Building 36, Addison Road Community Centre 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville

COST: $30 adult - $15 children under 16 - $25 students & pensioners. Group discount 20% for bookings > 12ppl

CONTACT: 0413 989 007 or 9519 8104 or www.hellenicarttheatre.com.au         


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