28 December 2011 16:13


Theatro Ena, 4, Athinas Ave., Nicosia, 8.30pm. Satrico Theatro’s Greek-language production of Paul Rudnick’s ‘I Hate Hamlet.’ . At this venue tonight and, from January, every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday.

Saturday (New Year’s Eve)

Emporiki Stoa Lefkosias, Old Town Hall Square, Nicosia, 12.30am. Welcome 2012 with the 'Sex Me Up' group from Athens, DJ Mr K. Constadinos and a live act by Joan in a party that will electrify your senses. €35 with open bar. . Organised by Radio Sfera 96.8, Kiss FM and Mix FM.
Franky’s Live, 39, Apollonos St., Old Town, Nicosia, 11.30pm. Popular Greek alternative rock band Mple perform their own hits as well as adaptations of well known international rock tracks with the participation of Stefan Schwerdtfeger. Tickets priced at €30. .
Old Cinema, Pindarou St., Ayios Dhometios, Nicosia, 10pm till late. Celebrate the New Year with guest DJs Thio Posporides and Yioti Joans, Host 2b1 Pro T-bone and either an open bar for €30 entrance or €10 entrance with one drink. Presented by ByInvite. for more information.


Enallax, 16-17, Athinas Ave., Nicosia, 9.30pm. Pavlos Pavlidis and the band B-Movies perform. €25 entrance. . At this venue tonight and tomorrow only.
Franky’s Live, 39, Apollonos St., Old Town, Nicosia, 8pm. Cypriot metal band Winter’s Verge performs, supported by Cursed Vanguards and Shut ‘Em Down. Tickets priced at €7. .


Avlea Music Stage, 2, Emanuel Roidi St., Nicosia, 8pm. Noise Productions and Avlea Music Stage present, for the first time in Cyprus, Greek heavy metal band Crimson Fire for as part of the second Mental Noise event€10 entrance. .
Enallax, 16-17, Athinas Ave., Nicosia, 9.30pm. Pavlos Pavlidis and the band B-Movies perform. €25 entrance. . At this venue tonight only.
Neverland Rock Bar, 1, Nikiforou Foka St., Nicosia, 10.30pm. SoulSteal will be “unleashing” their new album ‘Answers to everything.’ Contact the venue on .


Avlea Music Stage, 2, Emmanouil Roidi St., Nicosia, 9pm. Enduringly popular Greek rock singer Vasilis Papakonstantinou, collaborating with the band Kitrina Podilata, sharing the stage with the singer Tania Kikidi. Tickets are priced at €35 (Table reservation,) €25 Bar/standing (presale) or €30 at the entrance. for reservations.


Apocalypse Gallery, 30, Chytron St., Tofarco Building. Gallery’s Christmas exhibition featuring a range of works by accomplished artists. Visit www.apocalypse-gallery.com.cy or . On until January 14, 2012.
Argo Gallery, 64E, D. Akritas Ave. ‘Trans Scapes’ by Maria Loizidou. Visit www.argogallery.org or . Until January 14, 2012.
Diachroniki Gallery, 84, Arsinoes St. Older and contemporary works in a group exhibition. Visit www.diachroniki.com or . Until today, December 30.
Gloria Gallery, 3, Zinonos Sozou St. Paintings and sculptures by Andreas Efesopoulos. Visit www.gloriagallery.com or . Until January 3, 2012.
IsNotGallery, 11, Odyesseu St. Works by Charitini Kyriakou entitled ‘Prosopika kai Prosopa.’ Visit www.isnotgallery.com or . Until January 7, 2012.
Marfin Laiki Bank Cultural Centre, 32, Byron Ave. ‘…Art Is - the art of Cyprus through the ages’ made up of selections from the Marfin Laiki Bank Collections. /5 for more information. Until mid-June, 2012.
Omikron Gallery, 2, Vasileos Pavlou St. ‘Drawing Room’ group exhibition. Visit www.omikrongallery.com or . Until January 14, 2012.
Opus 39 Gallery, 21, Kimonos St., Strovolos. Fashion illustrations by Elena Zeniou entitled ‘Don’t walk in my mind with your dirty feet.’ . Until January 5, 2012.
Byzantine Museum, next to the Archbishopric. ‘Ap’ta kokkala vgalmeni…190 years since the 1821 revolution. Cyprus’ participation’ featuring paintings, other artefacts and objects from the revolution era. Until January 30, 2012.
Leventis Museum, 15-17, Hippocrates St., Laiki Yitonia. Display of a duplicate of The Antikythera mechanism, an ancient mechanical “computer” designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 1900–1901 from the Antikythera wreck but its significance and complexity were not understood until decades later. Visit www.leventismuseum.org.cy or . Until February 12, 2012.
Also, the Museum is displaying ‘The Gifts of the Friends’ featuring purchases and donations yet to be put on permanent display, as part of its ‘City-Friends’ and ‘The Pandora’s Box’ exhibits. Until January 29, 2012.
Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation, 86-90, Phaneromenis St. Numismatic exhibition entitled ‘Our Daily Bread. How much does it cost...from Ancient to Modern Times.’ Open 10am-7pm until February 26, 2012.
Phaneromeni Library, Old Nicosia, open Monday-Thursday from 7.30am-5pm and from 7.30am-2pm on Fridays. Exhibition of posters entitled ‘Poland for Europe’ and themed around the history and culture of Poland on the occasion of the country’s Presidency of the EU Council. Until tomorrow, December 31.
Former Cyprus Airways offices, Spyros Kyprianou Ave. Exciting new exhibition of works by visual artist and writer Constantinos Taliotis, entitled ‘You can be a cop, a criminal or a lawyer. When you are facing a loaded gun, what’s the difference?’ The venue is open 10am – 2pm and 4-8pm. Visit www.facingaloadedgun.com or call Taliotis on for more information. The exhibition is an Apotheke Contemporary Arts production. Until tomorrow, December 31.
Gallery K, 14, Evrou St., Strovolos. A range of new art works created by sisters Marina Schiza, Nedi Sakellaropoulou and Phoebe Constantinou, known collectively as 3S Designs. Beautiful works in glass, clay and on the canvas amongst other mediums, creating pieces that are a joy to look and have a practical use in the home. Open 10am-1.30pm and 4-8pm on weekdays and 10am-1.30pm on Saturdays and also, on the weekend of December 11 and 12 only, from 10am-1.30pm and 4-8pm. /3. Until January 10, 2012.