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New space celebrates creativity, art and community

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A brand-new space for collectivity, creativity and the community is opening in Nicosia, in the old town. Located within the walls, Entos ton Technon, as the space is called, will host classes and events and will be open for pop-up experiences and happenings targeted toward creative expression.

To celebrate their launch and mark a new era of collaboration and the arts, the Yasemin Collective will host an opening gathering at Entos ton Technon on Saturday. From 3pm to 6pm a series of theatre and juggling classes will take place, running for 50 minutes each. The first session starting at 3pm is addressed to aged 8 to 12-year-olds while the 4pm session is suitable for teenagers from 13 to 18 years old and finally, the 5pm class is for adults.

After the classes end a casual party-gathering will take place, open to the public and anyone curious to find more about the actions of Entos ton Technon. “We invite the general public, organisations, groups and artists based in Cyprus to come and meet us in our new home as we want this space to host cultural and social activities,” said the Yasemin Collective.

During the 6pm-9pm gathering the team will share information about upcoming workshops and classes which will begin in September. Many of these are based on the art of theatre in combination with other performance arts including clowning, public speaking, support and self-development circles.

“Let’s meet and exchange ideas,” concludes the Yasemin Collective. “We’ll take care of the music, the refreshing drinks and the wine. You just have to bring your good mood.”


Opening: Entos ton Technon

New spaces celebrates its opening with classes and a gathering. May 21. 3pm-6pm for the classes €5 and 6pm-9pm for the gathering. Aischylou 29 street, 1011, Nicosia. Tel: 96-269637. Facebook and Instage pages @entos.texnwn. 

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