Nea Genia Ziridis School and Michael Cacoyannis Foundation organize a storytelling event with the title:
“Stories about humans and nature”
Saturday, 21 December 2019 at 11:30
The voracious Erysichthon is punished for his disrespect for nature. The American Indian offends the Spirit of the river and the balance is lost. What does a colibri do when it watches the forest burn? Would the power of water vitalize it again? Saving the environment is the new challenge of humanity.
Narration by Kyriaki Kyriakoulea, philologist and storyteller
The event is being part of a three year theatre education programme with the title “Teens Glance”. The ongoing topic for the year 2019-2020 is “Environment and social justice”.
The storytelling is addressed to children more than 10 years old and adults.
General Admission : 3 €
Limited number of places available.