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Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus

As part of the International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama, the National Theatre Of Northern Greece, presents the political tragedy by Aeschylus – ‘Seven Against Thebes’, directed by the renowned Lithuanian director, Cezaris Graužinis and translated by the Greek poet Yorgos Blanas.

What: Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus
When: Thursday, 13 July
Where: Curium Ancient Theatre, Episkopi, Limassol

Oedipus leaves the throne to his two sons, Eteocles and Polynices, who agreed to rule Thebes in rotation. However, when the time came for Polynices to take reign, Eteocles does not keep his promise, which leads to a deadly battle which is destined to have no real victor.

The play will take place at 9pm on July 12 and 13, and guests are advised to arrive at least 45 minutes before the performance. Tickets cost €10/€5. For more information call 70002414.

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