This year, there’ll be all manner of “Noises Off”, on and round the Onassis Cultural Centre stage. The actors forget their lines, the director rages, the costumes fall apart, and everyone and everything’s always in the wrong place at the wrong time. A play within a play, a farce within a farce, cock-ups piled on cock-ups. Michael Frayn’s classic British farce directed by Ektoras Lygizos as a hymn to all the myriad things that can go wrong.
Translation, Adaptation and Direction: Ektoras Lygizos
Set Design: Kleio Boboti
Costumes: Alkistis Mamali
Lighting Design: Dimitris Kasimatis
Makeup: Ioanna Lygizou
Movement – body preparation: Chara Kotsali
Sound Design: Brian Coon
Assistant Director: Eva Vlassopoulou
Assistant Set Designer: Eleni Aidoni
Set Construction: Panagiotis Lazaridis
Production Manager: Electra Arzimanoglou
Executive Production: Grasshopper
Produced by: Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens
Cast: Konstantinos Avarikiotis, Michalis Kimonas, Giannis Klinis, Sofia Kokkali, Emily Koliandri, Ektoras Lygizos, Anna Mascha, Aris Balis, Areti Seidaridou
With English surtitles.
Early bird (19 July – 10 September): 13€ – 16€ (for limited number of tickets)
Full price: 7€, 8€, 12€, 18€, 22€
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 7€, 10€, 14€, 18€
Groups 10+ people: 6€, 9€, 13€, 16€
Νeighbourhood residents: 7€
People with disabilities & Unemployed: 5€ | Companions: 7€, 10€
Onassis Cultural Centre, Main Stage.
On the Metro:
Take the ‘red line’ (Line 2: Anthoupoli – Elliniko) and get off at ‘Syngrou-Fix’. Follow the signs to “Exit to Syngrou/Drakou” and you will emerge on Syngrou Avenue. From there, you can either take a bus or trolley-bus from the stop in front of the Metro escalators on Syngrou Avenue and get off 3 stops later at ‘Panteion’; if you are not in a hurry, it is a 12-minute walk down Syngrou Avenue to Panteion University, where you can use the pedestrian underpass to cross over to the other side of Syngrou Avenue.
Parking in the densely populated area around the OCC might be a problem, especially at night or during the weekend. The OCC has underground parking facilities for roughly 200 cars. Every level has designated places for people with mobility problems near the elevators.
Entrance on Leontiou street
5 € / 3 hours
Mon-Sun 8:00 – 1:00
Tel.: 2130 023 192
A new e-parking service is now available at the OCC. Book your parking spot online here.
Wheelchair access is via the ramp on the building’s side entrance at the corner of Leontiou and Syngrou. Upper storeys are accessible via the elevator, and there is wheelchair access to all the Centre’s auditoria and galleries.
Date and time:
13 – 14 and 20 – 21 October 2018, 20:30
Photo by: Nikolay Biryukov