The performance “Friday & the 13th” at the Municipal Theater of Kallithea

The Monday Theater in Kallithea continues on Monday, May 22. More specifically, the public will watch at the Municipal Theater of Kallithea the performance “Friday & the 13th” by Antonis Kalomirakis directed by Efthymis Christou. Plot: Tryfonas is an award-winning physicist. He explains everything based on logic and science. He condemns every person who believes in signs, prejudices and superstitions. But what happens when he meets Friday? A hairdresser crazy about the zodiac signs, prescient and worst of all… is her grandmother a witch? What happens when she learns that she is under a curse? A curse that will directly affect him too?

22/5, 20:00
Reservations on the phone 210 9570001.
Municipal Theater of Kallithea – Kremou 123, Kallithea

The parallel actions of the 7th FeCHA in the Hellenic American Union

In the context of 7th Athens Hispanic Film Festival – FeCHA, the Hellenic American Union hosts with the support of the Cervantes Institute its pre-festival events with a tribute to Basque cinema and the program of short films entitled “cortoFeCHA”, thus creating the ideal atmosphere of a cinematic fiesta. On Monday, May 22, at 18:30 the film “The Deer” by Koldo Almandoz from the “Basque Window: Presentation of Contemporary Basque Cinema” tribute will be screened, while at 20:15 the screenings of the short film program, cortoFeCHA, will begin. The films that will be screened on Monday are “Anablanca” by Adi Kutner Kutner, Vacation by Josemari Martínez, “The House” by Israel Medrano and “The Dream of Quino” by Santiago Erlich. All films are shown with Greek subtitles and admission to the screenings is free, without reservation.

22/5, 20:00
Hellenic American Union – 22 Marseilles, Athens

Greek Cinema Nights at Eleftheria Park

The Athens City Festival of the Municipality of Athens and Frontstage Entertainment present for the second time in a row the Greek Cinema Nights series, as summer in Athens means summer cinema! Under the stars, on the grass, a colorful audience is ready to travel through the screen, to the magic of the 7th art, ala Greek. On Monday, May 22 in particular, the movie “I don’t want to be unpleasant but we have to talk about something very serious” by George Georgopoulos will be shown at Freedom Park. Plot: A professionally successful man, executive of a large company, learns that he is a carrier of a sexually transmitted virus, which causes death exclusively in women. The news forces him to reunite with his numerous exes to break the bad news to them.

22/5, 21:00
Eleftheria Park – Ymittou 17, Cholargos