Find out what's on this week:amazing exhibitions, theatrical plays, music events, and many more happenings are waiting for you to enjoy them.
Note down that "The Sweet Bird of Youth", by Tennessee Williams, is being staged for the first time by the Greek National Theatre until the end of the month.
Don’t miss a unique exhibition at the National Museum of Contemporary Art,entitled "Hackitectura, Mapping the Commons, Athens Project Room" (until 23rd January).
Stavros Xarhakos is still here at the gazARTE, with a little help from Natassa Bofiliou and Yannis Charoulis(16& 17January).
If you want to know the lesser-known aspects of the Duchess of Plaisance (1785-1854) come and visit the exhibition "The Duchess of Plaisance; the History behind the Myth" at the Byzantine and Christian Museum(until 13th February 2011).
Just visit the National Gallery in Athens if you want to travel into the twentieth century Paris: La Belle Époque Paris! The exhibition "Art Nouveau and Modernism: Treasures from the Petite Palais Paris Museum of Fine Arts" is still on (until 28th February).
The exhibition "Causeofdeath, euthanasia" at the Benaki Museum presents for the first time in Greece significant Works from the prestigious Prinzhorn Collection housed today at the Psychiatric Institute of the University of Heidelberg.
Dear little friends, be sure to take advantage of the few days left to experience with your family the greatest exhibition on video Games "GAME ON 2" at the Technopolis of Athens (until 31st January).
You are fond of the Opera! Note down that Giacomo Puccini’s "Tosca", one of the most popular productions of the National Opera, is presented at the Athens Concert Hall from 16th to 25th January.