Philippos Yiapanis and his “Nest of Art”

Philippos Yiapanis and his “Nest of Art” 17/02/2019Premiere Magazine Philippos Yiapanis and his “Nest of Art” To the north of Limassol, near the village of Fasoula, is located the unique art park “Little Salamina”. This is a vast open-air space with narrow paths, small lakes, a small amphitheatre (repeating, in miniature, the famous excavations of…

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BOOKSHELF 17/02/2019Premiere Magazine Ali Smith “Winter” A harsh winter. The world shrinks. Everything becomes bare. That which was previously invisible becomes visible. That which was hidden flashes with fire. Ali Smith recreates a rapidly changing world, where the roots of life (laughter, love, art) are not always open to our eyes. In the post-truth era,…

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The Bookshelf 26/11/2018Premiere Magazine Jane Shemilt: “Daughter” Jenny is a family doctor, a mother of three children and the wife of a successful neurosurgeon. Her life is perfect, but everything collapses when her fifteen-year-old daughter Naomi does not return home. It takes a year. Searches do not bring results. The family falls apart. Jenny does…

Five Evenings with Alexander Kalyagin

Five Evenings with Alexander Kalyagin 26/11/2018Premiere Magazine We met the wonderful man Alexander Kalyagin last year when he came to our sunny island as an honoured guest of the II International Theatre Festival, Five Evenings in Cyprus. Having a chance to speak with him offers a unique moment of happiness and sincere joy in getting…

Theatrum Vitae’s “The Path of Aphrodite”

Theatrum Vitae’s “The Path of Aphrodite” 25/09/2018Premiere Magazine Theatrum Vitae’s philosophy of “unifying the world through a fusion of the arts”, is culturally embracing all corners of the globe. Founders Rafael Porzycki and Olga Balakleets communicate the philosophy behind the project and the relevance of Theatrum Vitae on the island of Cyprus in magnifying the…

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The Bookshelf 25/09/2018Premiere Magazine Subtle Art of Pofigism: A Paradoxical Way to Live Happily Modern society promotes the cult of success: be smarter, richer and more productive – in other words, be the best. However, our fixation on positivity and success only reminds us of what we have not achieved; about dreams that have not…

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The Bookshelf 27/08/2018Premiere Magazine Instead of, once again, sitting down in front of the TV, why not pick up a book and immerse yourself in its colourful and intriguing world. Open a completely different reality, which will swallow you up completely and make you literally live a life together with its main characters. Do you…