Cultural September, 2021

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September is always a busy month, because of work picking up and schools re-opening. After the year that we’ve had, everyone was looking forward to the summer, which promised fun and freedom. As we slowly return to our routines and summer ends, we still have much to look forward to. 

Sundays in the Countryside – Halloumi, Cyprus National Product
Agios Theodoros, Larnaca
Sunday 12th, 9:00-14:00
Halloumi is considered the national cheese of Cyprus and is a Protected Designation of Origin Product (PDO). The Women Association of Rural Larnaca organizes a halloumi workshop where you will be guided through the whole process of how halloumi is made, learn about the tradition of halloumi, as well as try other local products, such as anari.
Find out more here.

Cyprus Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra4All) – Community Outreach Concerts
Various locations / Ypsonas, Polis Chrysochous, Ayia Napa, Platres
Wednesday 15th – Saturday 18th, 20:00
The Cyprus Symphony Orchestra continues its creative and innovative projects which promote classical music to the local community by moving from the concert hall to streets and parks all around Cyprus. This marks the beginning of a new artistic season by the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra with classical music masterpieces, such as Eine kleine Nachtmusik by W. A. Mozart and Gioconda’s smile by M. Hadjidakis.
Find out more here.

24th Cultural Festival of the University of Cyprus
Study on the “Dramatic” Cavafy: Waters of Cyprus, Syria and Egypt (by the Theatrical workshop of the University of Cyprus)
Axiothea Cultural Centre, Nicosia
20 & 21 September, 20:30
Α performance based on the entire Cavafy oeuvre, which combines those poems or parts of poems in which the Alexandrian makes use of techniques and elements characteristic of the dramatic art.
Find out more here.

24th Cultural Festival of the University of Cyprus
Ecce Luminae: Prometheus Bound by Christodoulos Galatopoulos (by THEPAK)
Axiothea Cultural Centre, Nicosia
28th of September, 20:30
The latest production of THEPAK, which brings to stage the outstanding work of the poet, intellectual and former Mayor of Paphos, Christodoulos Galatopoulos (1902-1953) that follows the model of Dante and Milton and reaches out to every corner of the earth: from the Ancient Greek world to the mythology of Peru and the Incas, from Japan to the Indians of the Americas and to Scandinavian myths.

Giannis Haroulis Live Concert
Curium Ancient Theatre, Limassol
30th September, 21:00
DownTown Live and ARK Productions are bringing the beloved Giannis Haroulis to Cyprus for one brilliant night at the Ancient Theatre of Curium in Limassol.
Find out more here

We hope that you will be inspired by one or more of these events. Summer may be over, but there are still plenty of opportunities to relax and have fun!

Post written by Angelos Sofocleous, Michaela Protopapa, and Alexandra Taylor.

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