Don’t miss award-winning writer Dennis Kelly’s acclaimed play Orphans at the National Theatre of Northern Greece, directed by Takis Tzamargias.
Orphans premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2009 to great acclaim from audiences and critics alike, winning two awards: the Fringe First and Herald Angel.
The play explores individual responsibility and social conscience when our existence is directly or indirectly attacked in a morally bankrupt society. Could it be that in our attempt to set boundaries in order to protect ourselves and our loved ones from ‘others’, we become offenders rather than victims?
|When||14 April–3 June 2018|
|Where||Foyer of the Society for Macedonian Studies
2 Ethnikis Amynis Street
546 21 Thessaloniki
For further information, visit the National Theatre of Northern Greece website.