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Traditional Greek folk song and dance, devoted to the kiss.
Traditional Greek folk song and dance, devoted to the kiss.


The kiss. Without question, it is the most desired expression love, and what better day to celebrate the kiss than on Valentine’s Day.

Inspired by traditional Greek song and dance, the songs of the 1930s, as well as new compositions by contemporary Greek composers, the young women of the Greek Women’s Lyceum will dance there way into your heart on Wednesday February 13 and Thursday February 14, 2013 at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation.

Two nights of song and dance, devoted to the kiss. Devoted to love.

Time: 21:00

Michael Cacoyannis Foundation
 206 Piraeus Str. (near Chamosternas Str.)
Tavros, Athens 177 78

Tickets by credit card:

Over the phone at 210 3418579 Mon- Fri 11:00- 14:00 or online on the Foundation’s website

Tickets are also available at the Foundation’s Box Office (206 Piraeus, Tavros) Mon-Fri 11:00 – 14:00 as well as one hour before the performance

Tickets available at PUBLIC apart from the stores of Egaleo, N. Erithrea & Ag. Paraskevi.

Open hours: Saturday, 09:00 – 20:00
Daily, 09:00 – 21:00

10€ (General Admission)

Public Transportation to the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation


049 (Piraeus-Omonia), Tavros stop
914 (Omonia – Lachanagora – Palaia Kokkinia), Tavros stop

From Goudi:
815 (Goudi, Vas. Sofias, Panepistimiou, Omonia, Tavros), Tavros stop

Kifissia – Piraeus, Tavros stop (12’ walking distance to MCF)


Accessibility of the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

The entrances and exits, the halls, as well as the rest of the public spaces are all accessible by individuals with disabilities. In the lobby, transfer to the lower level is made by a wheelchair lift, while for the entrance from the parking station, there’s an elevator at the second level.

Parking at the Cacoyannis Foundation:

A new cooperation between Michael Cacoyannis Foundation and the athensheart mall (located at Piraeus 180 –Chamosternas knot) began as from yesterday, by which MCF’s visitors-viewers are entitled to use the athensheart parking lot for free or with special fees on the day of the show and by submitting their MCF tickets, provided that there is availability.


PARKING HOURS & PRICES: Visitors to the MCF are entitled to use the Athens Heart parking lot for free from Monday to Saturday, 08:00 – 22:00.
From 22:00 to 01:00 the fee is 2,5€ and 1€ for every extra hour of parking later than 01:01.

On Sundays MCF visitors will be charged with 2,5€ for the use of the parking lot from 10:00 to 01:00. From 01:01 will be charged with a fee of 1€ for every extra hour.


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