Events & Culture
The Cretan (a Hymn to Love)
Poetry, dance, music and physical performance combine to tell us the story of the shipwrecked Cretan who faces supernatural phenomena in trying to save his beloved. The performance in London is part of a 2017 tour in European capitals, under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to mark the 160 years from Solomos’s death. Marios Iordanou and Sofia Kazantzian, awarded by UNESCO for their theatrical work on Solomos, are joined on stage by dancer Valentino Valassis.
The play is 70 minutes without interval and it will be in Greek; copies of the English translation will be available for non Greek speakers.
Organised by the Hellenic Centre.