As always, there’s plenty of local events taking place to keep you busy & entertained this weekend. Click on the images below for full details:
Friday 1st September 2017: Cyprus Night, Pissouri Square, 7:30pm – 11:30pm:
Cyprus Night is being hosted for the last time this year by both the Platea Tavern and the O’Vrakas Taverna, so get ready for a big night!
Come along and enjoy this fantastic, family friendly evening full of great traditional food, Cypriot and Greek dancing and one of the most entertaining nights you will have in Cyprus.
For Food reservations please call
O’Vrakas – 99312443
Platea Restaurant – 99604823
Friday 1st September 2017: Thank Cod It’s Friday, Plaice in the Square, 5:30pm – 7:30pm:
Thank Cod it’s Friday!
Take advantage of our supper special offer – a free glass of wine OR a beer with every large cod & chips or haddock & chips purchased in house 6-8pm. Rotisserie chickens available daily call to pre-order. Or €7.95 take away only cod & chips.
REMEMBER: The Plaice delivers to Aphrodite Hills!
Call 25 222239 to place your orders.
Reeling ’em up and dishing ’em out, come and “sea” us to enjoy our delicious freshly cooked fish!
Sunday 3rd September 2017: Elvis Tribute Concert, O’Vrakas Taverna: 9:00pm until late:
Chris King is back for another unforgettable evening. Get on down to the O’Vrakas Taverna for dinner while enjoying Chris King as Elvis performing the best songs of the Legend for FREE.
Friday 8th September 2017: Alan’s Quiz, Hill View Restaurant: 7:00pm:
This one is not worth missing so get it in your diary ASAP!
Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September 2017: Die Entführung aus dem Serail (The abduction from the Seraglio) – Pafos Medieval Castle – 8:00pm onwards
The Abduction from the Seraglio is in the genre of “sing-spiel”, a comic opera in the German language combining music with spoken dialogue. This genre influenced the subsequent development of German opera which until that time was overshadowed in the German-speaking part of Europe by the Italian opera.
The opera is in three acts with a libretto, based on the theatrical comedy “Belmont and Constanze”, by Christoph Friedrich Bretzner and adaptations by Gottlieb Stephanie. It premiered at the Burgtheater of Vienna on July 16, 1782 and was a huge success establishing Mozart’s reputation with the public.
Mozart created and completed this opera in one of the happiest periods of his life, a fact which is embedded in the opera itself making it one of the most popular and endearing operas of the great composer.
For more information contact Pafos Aphrodite Festival Cyprus in Pafos at 26822218 or visit www.pafc.com.cy
Ticket are available online at www.pafc.com.cy and prices start from €25 up to €70.
There will be a simultaneous translation into Greek and English via subtitles.
Friday 1st September 2017: “120 Years Since The Birth of Francisco Mignone”, Technopolis 20, 8:30pm onwards
The pianist Mario Dias was born in Brazil and began his piano studies in his early teens. Essentially self-taught, at the age of 16 he was studying under the guidance of the piano teacher and performer Jorge Preiss. After one year, he began performing in front of audiences. He entered the Santa Catarina State University in Florianopolis at the age of 19, where he studied with Ione Urbano Sant’ Anna (a former pupil of Magda Tagliaferro). Later, he continued his studies for four years with the pianist and composer Alberto Heller, a known pianist and composer in Southern Brazil. He attended workshops and master-classes, run by renowned teachers and he has performed in the cities of Aracaju, Itajaí, Joinville and Florianopolis, where he presented music by Brahms, Liszt, Chopin, Debussy and others.
Entrance fee is €10 per person.
Reservations are necessary, please call 70 002 420.
Every Sunday, Sunday Lunch at the Hill View Restaurant, Pissouri, 1pm-4pm
The best Sunday carvery around! Enjoy a mouth-watering meal at the Hill View restaurants with beautiful views over Pissouri Village. Book in at the Hillview Restaurant in Pissouri Village where you will get a delicious meal, great service and a warm welcome. Call on +357 25 221972 to book in advance.
Every Sunday, O’Vrakas Sunday Lunch BBQ ‘all you can eat’, O’Vrakas Taverna Pissouri Square, 1pm – 4pm:
Haris and his team at O’Vrakas will be offering a Sunday Cypriot BBQ lunch, featuring a Salad buffet and unlimited Grill items, accompanied by live Greek music from their Guitar and Bouzouki duo for €20.00 pp. Special menu for kids is also available as well as the chance to enjoy the Salad buffet for those of you who wish to have a light Lunch. Only €12.00 pp
‘Feast like a local on a Sunday’! For reservations and more information please call us at 0035799312443 or send an email at email@example.com
Every Wednesday: Enjoy Bouzouki Nights at O’Vrakas Taverna Pissouri Square, 7.00pm!
Bouzouki Nights at O’Vrakas Taverna are back! Every Wednesday until the end of October. Their wonderful, characterful duo of Bouzouki and Guitar will travel you through time, with traditional and modern Greek songs. Learn how to dance Zorba with Haris and his team and enjoy selected Meze for 17.00 euro pp. Limited Ala cart Menu also available. For reservations and more information call +35799312443 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Every day of the week: Paphos What’s On Guide
This page contains full listings of everything and anything that’s happening in the Paphos area – kindly compiled and provided by Andrew Oliver, this is an essential guide for residents and visitors alike to regular entertainment, classes and special events all across our region. Please click on the picture.
Paphos What’s On Guide (by Andrew Oliver)
Ongoing: 23th April- 31st August 2017: ‘Eco Art’ Paphos2017, Lower Arodes down Arodes Paphos, 12.00pm-7.00pm:
The Eco Art is one of the most ambitious projects of the ECOC 2017 Paphos with cultural and ecological vision for Cyprus and Europe. With the subtitle: “Paths to a common ground – Works on site”, invited artists create works on natural areas and communities of Akamas. The Eco Art will highlight the relationship between Art and Nature, will open a dialogue on critical issues and create an important legacy in contemporary Cyprus art. Free entrance
Ongoing: 8th April- 25th November 2017: ‘Terra Mediterranea: In Action’ Paphos2017, Cave Fabrica, Apostolou Pavlou Paphos & Medieval Castle of Paphos, 10.00am-7.00pm :
A project that includes a large modern art exhibition in Nicosia and Paphos, an international conference and a series of parallel actions involving a large number of artists from Cyprus and other countries. The ‘Terra Mediterranea: In Action’ seeks to detect, investigate and present the terms of contemporary artists around today’s generalized landscape of economic, political, religious, social, and deeply existential crisis of identity through a “Mediterranean” look, politics and simultaneously poetic.
Monday – Sunday: 8:30 to 19:30
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