Eleni Boukoura-Altamura was born in the island of Spetses in 1821. She was daughter of Ioannis Boukouras who had established the first theatre in Athens. The renowned Theatre Place has been honourably named after this development.
The British Library on Thursday returned three rare historic documents that had been illegally removed from the Panaghia Chrysopodaritissa Monastery in Achaia in 1979, delivering them to the Greek Embassy in London.
The Harokopio University, the University of the Aegean and Université Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne, for a second year have launched the international Master’s (MSc) program on “Sustainable Tourism Development: Cultural Heritage, Environment,…
The G and A Mamidakis Foundation declared this week the hosting of the G and A Mamidakis Foundation Art Prize to be given for the year 2019. The award envisages the creation of an artist-in-residence programme.
The highlight of the Greek cultural agenda has already announced its program and we can't wait! After 60 years of magical performances in some of the most stunning places, this summer the festival includes various artistic performances like…
As announced in a recent press conference by Fleurette Karadontis, niece of the late Elise Goulandris and president of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation, the much awaited Goulandris museum will open in just a few months, on…
The renowned Scottish singer and songwriter Eddi Reader visits Athens in March 2019 for a unique live performance at Gazarte space in Gazi, Athens
French philosopher, author, activist and broadcaster Bernard-Henri Levy will be in Athens on Monday, April 1, for the staging of his play "Looking for Europe" at the Pallas auditorium.
Admission fees to 24 of Greece’s leading museums, sites and monuments will increase next year, Greek authorities decided recently.
Entrance to the Acropolis Museum will be free of charge for all visitors from 09:00 until 18:00 on March 25, a national holiday that commemorates the start of the Greek Revolution against Ottoman rule in 1821.