Hellenic Art Theatre to perform ‘Lumbago’ in Sydney


It’s time for some lights, camera, action as the Hellenic Art Theatre gets ready for a series of performances of the Greek comedy play Lumbago in Sydney.

The theatre group will be holding performances of Lumbago at The Greek Theatre in Marrickville from November 17 to December 3.

Lumbago has been written by Manolis Korres in Greek. There will be English subtitles.

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Directed by Stavros Economidis and produced by Evelyn Tsavalas, the show features Mimika Valaras, Marion Anthi, John Daviskas, Michael Falaras and Ms Tsavalas.

During the run time, performances will be held every Friday and Saturday night at 7.30 pm, and on Sunday nights at 5 pm.

The Hellenic Art Theatre will be performing ‘Lumbago’ at The Greek Theatre (Building 36, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville) from November 17 to December 3. To book tickets, visit the Hellenic Art Theatre’s website on www.hellenicarttheatre.com.au or call on 0413 989 007.




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