As the time passes by and everybody gets into the season’s mood, more and more events pop up to keep the Athenians busy. In this week’s agenda, we have gathered some of the most interesting ones. The only thing you have to do is try to leave your worries behind and stay with us while we go on with the Christmas countdown. 20 days to go…



The movie that has gathered multiple awards in the Venice Film Festival, premieres in the greek movie theaters today, December 6th. Philip Seymour-Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix star in this drama which is set in the 40s and follows the religious phenomenon of Scientology. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson of “There will be blood” and “Magnolia”, this movie is definitely in an Oscar mood.


MIRfestival / The Acropolis Museum


What happens when a guided visit in the museum turns into an incredible adventure? Besides its artistic “interventions” in other cultural places, this year the MIRfestival will also take place in the Acropolis Museum. The performance “Symphony of a missing room” is a co-production of the Swedish Lundhall & Seitl and MIRfestival. A strange, poetic, 3D experience about memory and time that will radically change the way you perceive space.


Hosted by the Acropolis museum from December 7th to December 13th.
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Seven years after the legendary concert in the Herodium, Vangelis Boudounis, Maro Razi and the 100 guitars return for another magical evening this Sunday, December 9th. At the Athens Concert Hall, young guitarists will fill the scene playing music from all genres and eras. From Renaissance music to Manos Hadjidakis’ “Waltz of the lost dreams” and from Vivaldi to Nino Rota’s “Godfather”, it is going to be an amazing and moving experience that you shouldn’t miss!

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The historical musical “Fame”, visits Greece for the first time ever. 36 artists will star in a big production based on the classic movie musical of the 80s. The legendary story monitors the efforts of young students to establish themselves in their field of art. Dancers, singers, musicians, will all be there in the fight for glory. The show premieres on Wednesday, December 12th and will fill the “Hellenic Cosmos” theater with young enthusiasm and music.

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