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A girl hovers in Kerameikos. An anti-war story in the Athens of Classical times, by Christos Boulotis

Theatrical adaptation of the award-winning childrens’ book “A girl hovers in Kerameikos. An anti-war story in the Athens of Classical times” written by author-archaeologist Christos Boulotis (National Children’s Book Award 2012/Children’s Knowledge Book Award), published by PIOP, from the Theatre Group of the Piraeus Bank Group, directed by Apostolis Psarros.

Drawing inspiration from the excavation of a mass grave in the area of Kerameikos, the author wrote the moving story of a girl who died because of the plague in Classical Athens.

Place: Kerameikos

Time: 18:00-19:00

Entrance: Free

Information: 210 3256930, 210 3256943, καθημερινές 12:00-17:00, e-mail: piop@piraeusbank.gr

Organizer: Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation in collaboration with Athens Ephorate of Antiquities

Program Section: Celebrating Reading

 

DATE 28.09-30.09
TIME 18:00-19:00
PLACE Kerameikos