To you who are listening to me | Loula Anagnostaki

NATIONAL THEATRE - STAGE "NIKOS KOURKOULOS"

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NATIONAL THEATRE
ZILLER BUILDING
STAGE "NIKOS KOURKOULOS"
22-24 Ag.Konstantinou str, Athens
210 5288170 - 171

TICKET PRICES
Wednesday & Thursday
15€ general admission

Friday
13€ general admission

Saturday, Sunday & holidays
18€ general admission

Student & Persons under 26 y.o.
Thursday: 10€
Other days: 13€

Persons 65+
Wednesday: 10€
Other days: 13€

Members of large families (>=4 children)
10 € all days

Unemployed
5€
- Only Wednesday/Thursday
- Only at the theatre box office

In order to purchase tickets with discount prices one must provide the corresponding papers

DURATION
2:15' (with intermission)

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Including a service fee of 7.5%

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To you who are listening to me Loula Anagnostaki

ZILLER BUILDING - STAGE "NIKOS KOURKOULOS"

The National Theatre of Greece honours the memory of Loula Anagnostaki with a production of one of her most important works, To you who are listening to me. As the director, Alexandros Avranas, notes, in an age in which the apolitical is now the norm, this is a play that reminds us that once, not so long ago, ideology still existed. But if the concept of revolution has been consigned to the past, along with the sanctity of the Greek family, people still need to talk – and especially to be heard.

Berlin. The city has erupted in demonstrations and violent episodes. In a small room, individuals take part in an imaginary protest. Agis, who has ambitions to be a writer, takes part in a forum and suggests to the others that they try speaking. They address a make-believe crowd as a kind of dress rehearsal. Drawn into the game, they reveal their most deeply-held beliefs but also their anxieties over how to survive in a hostile world.

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